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Announcement: Configuration Manager Documentation Library Update for June 2012

The Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and the Configuration Manager 2007 Documentation Library have been updated on the web and the latest content has Updated: June 1, 2012 at the top of the topic. We value customer feedback and try to incorporate it when possible.  Although we can’t promise to make the...

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Introduction to Windows PowerShell scripting in Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services

Hello all, my name is Travis Howe and I’m a developer on the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. One of the new features that we’re all very proud of in Windows Server 2012 is a new Windows PowerShell layer, which provides a powerful set of functionality to set up, configure, and control your Windows Server 2012...

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RD Connection Broker High Availability in Windows Server 2012

Hello, this is Jingyuan, Munindra, and Sriram from the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. There have been a couple of posts recently about the new Remote Desktop Services features in Windows Server 2012. This post provides an in-depth look into one of those features, the new high availability feature of RD Connection Broker known as the...

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Remote Desktop Web Access single sign-on now easier to enable in Windows Server 2012

Hi, I’m Sergey, one of the developers on the team that produces Remote Desktop Services. In Windows Server 2008 R2, we introduced Web Single Sign-On (web SSO), which reduced the number of times a user was asked for credentials when accessing RemoteApp programs published through Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access). Enabling this was...

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Tips and Tricks: The More Details Link for an Asset Returns No Data in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Deployment Status

You’re up and running with the new software deployment features in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager – deploying applications, software updates, package and programs, configuration baselines. But there will inevitably be a few deployments where targeted assets do not meet the requirements or possibly have problems. You can see these from the Monitoring workspace, when...

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Overview Videos for Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012

Greetings folks, my name is Dean Paron and I’m the Group Program Manager for the Silicon Valley campus of the Remote Desktop Virtualization team.  This week, I’m attending TechEd 2012 in Orlando along with some of my colleagues, and we’re having a great time talking with our customers and partners about the new technologies and...

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Remote Desktop Services “What’s New” in Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate

Hi, I’m Ben Meister from the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. We’ve been hard at work after the beta release earlier this year. This post highlights some of the features added and enhancements made in the Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate build. Special thanks to Snesha Foss and Shanmugam Kulandaivel for their major contributions to this...

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Your desktop will be a rich DX11-based experience, and your virtual GPU should be too

When you take Windows 8 Release Preview home and launch it, you’ll see a rich and immersive experience accelerated by a DX11 desktop. Your VDI solution should focus on bringing all of that to you, all while tackling the challenges of distance and connecting from anywhere. You’ll want a touch interface, smooth animations that give...

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