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Remote Desktop Session Host Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2

The white paper, RD Session Host Capacity Planning in Windows Server 2008 R2, is now live on the Download Center.  This white paper describes the most relevant factors that influence the capacity of a given deployment, methodologies to evaluate capacity for specific deployments, and a set of experimental results for different combinations of usage scenarios...

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Announcement: Configuration Manager Documentation Library Update for February 2010

[Today’s post comes from the Configuration Manager Writing Team]  The Configuration Manager documentation library (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680651.aspx) has been updated on the Web and the latest content on the Web has Updated: February 1, 2010 at the top of the topic. This month’s updates incorporate customer feedback.  We do value customer feedback and try to incorporate it when...

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Announcing the Release of Configuration Manager 2007 SuperFlows!!

The Configuration Manager writing team is very excited to announce the release of the following SuperFlows: Software Updates Synchronization SuperFlow: Provides the detailed dataflow for the software updates synchronization process, additional resources related to software updates synchronization, and troubleshooting information. SuperFlow for Configuring Software Updates: Provides detailed steps that help you to plan for and...

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Doug Eby’s Bio

I am a senior technical Writer for Configuration Manager. I started with Microsoft over 12 years ago supporting Systems Management Server (SMS) 1.2, was a Technical Lead for SMS 2.0, was a Team Manager for the Manageability Support Team, and started in my current role over 4 years ago. I have written for many releases...

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Announcing the Remote Desktop Protocol Performance Improvements in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 white paper

With the growing trend toward desktop virtualization, it is Microsoft’s goal to provide enterprises with a flexible model for centralized computing, whereby the broadest range of client devices can help securely access company data and applications from any location on the network. As with Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 R2, virtual machine-based desktop...

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