Recently we’ve received a few enquiries about the inclusion of Multipoint Services in Windows Server 2016, so I’ve gathered some of the latest links in this post to help you find the resources you need.
For those of you not familiar with MultiPoint, it was previously available as a standalone offering, but now is a role, allowing a variety of low cost connection types into Windows Server for multi-user access scenarios.
- Introducing MultiPoint Services
- Common Usage Scenarios
- MultiPoint Stations
- Selecting Hardware for Your MultiPoint Services System
- Hardware Requirements and Performance Recommendations
- MultiPoint Services Site Planning
- Network Considerations and User Accounts
- Storing Files with MultiPoint Services
- Protecting the System Volume with Disk Protection
- MultiPoint Services Virtualization Support
- Application Considerations
- Predeployment Checklist
- Gather the information you need for the migration.
- Migrate the MultiPoint Services role service.
- Validate the migration and do any post-migration clean-up tasks
- Deploy a new MultiPoint Services System
- Optional configuration tasks for a MultiPoint Services deployment
- Prepare your MultiPoint Services system for users
- System administration in MultiPoint Services