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Remote Desktop Services Application Compatibility Analyzer Tool Survey

The Remote Desktop Services team would like your help in improving the Application Compatibility Analyzer tool for future releases. it’s a runtime analysis tool that helps administrators determine if they can deploy specific applications on Remote Desktop Session Host, and identify any problem areas. If you are familiar with this tool, we would appreciate your...

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Announcing Support for Cached Exchange Mode in a Remote Desktop Session Host Environment

Check out this new document hot off the press.  Previously, Cached Exchange Mode was not supported on Remote Desktop Session Host servers.  With the release of Outlook 2010,  Cached Exchange Mode is now supported. See the document to find out more about the storage footprint, performance impact, and networked storage impact for Cached Exchange Mode...

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Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center is Live

Microsoft today launches the Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center! This community driven website will help you to: Verify the compatibility status of both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications in the Remote Desktop Services environment. Get help and solutions for various application compatibility issues. Understand application compatibility issues, which will help you better plan your...

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Announcement: Client Installation and Assignment SuperFlow Released

The Configuration Manager IX team is excited to announce the release of the new client installation and assignment SuperFlow. This SuperFlow provides detailed steps on how to plan for, install, manage and monitor Configuration Manager 2007 clients. It also includes troubleshooting information and further resources that you can use to learn more about client installation...

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Don’t Fence Me In: VDI, Session Virtualization … or Both?

Hi, Max Herrmann here again from the Remote Desktop Services team at Microsoft. Lots of news and activity this week at VMworld in San Francisco, including Microsoft’s open letter to VMware customers. Today, I wanted to discuss a question that is important to our large base of session virtualization customers: How do you decide between...

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