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Reduce running costs for your RDS Deployment in Azure using Auto-Scaling

This post is authored by Clark Nicholson, Principal Program Manager, Remote Desktop Services. Hello everyone. This is Clark Nicholson from the Remote Desktop Services team. I’m writing today to let you know we have recently published a new version of the Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) auto-scaling sample script that uses Azure Resource Management (ARM)...

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Announcing: Remote Desktop Services solutions templates on Azure Marketplace

At Ignite 2016, we highlighted all the improvements we have made in our core Remote Desktop Services (RDS) platform in Windows Server 2016 to leverage the power of Azure. Since then, we have been working to continue providing tools for you to jumpstart your RDS deployment. We are happy to announce that you’ll now be...

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New MS Mechanics video with the latest updates to RDS for Windows Server 2016

We are getting close to the launch of RDS in Windows Server 2016! As a preview to the great new capabilities coming in the latest update of your trusted desktop and app virtualization platform, we have released a new MS Mechanics video showcasing some of our greatest innovations in this release. Scott Manchester, Principal Group...

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Recommended hotfixes and updates for Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012 R2

Hi everyone, it’s David Rankin again from the Remote Desktop team. Back at the end of February I provided you with information on Staying current with Windows Server updates for Remote Desktop Services (RDS). As we release more hotfixes and updates to help improve Remote Desktop Services, those lists can become very long and maybe...

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Remote Desktop for Windows 10 exiting preview

I’d like to start by saying a big thank you to everyone who has installed and used our Microsoft Remote Desktop Preview client for Windows 10 and has provided us great feedback so far. After a few months working on the core feature set, we’re excited to bring the app out of preview so everyone...

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New Windows Server 2016 Capability: Use Azure SQL DB for your Remote Desktop Connection Broker high availability environment

Hi everyone. This has been a busy week for Remote Desktop, as Microsoft has released Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5! In this version, we have made it even easier to deploy a full, highly available Remote Desktop Services deployment. You can now use an Azure SQL DB—or any other SQL DB in a shared...

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Remote Desktop Preview now supports pinning and Azure RemoteApp

A new update (version 857 for the Remote Desktop Preview client for Windows 10 is making its way through the Store and will be available shortly. This is an exciting release for two reasons: This release provides the last set of features we want to validate before taking this client out of preview to be...

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March updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of March 2016, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: Windows client was updated to address high local processer usage and enhanced graphics performance improvements HTML5 web client (preview) has been enabled for everyone and now supports both non-domain joined cloud and domain joined hybrid deployments, go here...

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Remote Desktop Client Preview for Mac supports multiple monitors and more

Hi everyone, this is Ayesha Mascarenhas from the Remote Desktop team. Today, I’d like to share with you the latest updates we have made to the Remote Desktop client preview app for Mac: Multiple monitor support The preview app now supports the ability to use multiple monitors in your remote session. You can enable multiple...

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