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Terminal Services in Windows Server "Longhorn" chat – transcript

As I already mentioned in the previous post, we had a chat on August 1st where we talked about Terminal Services in Windows Server “Longhorn”. Ted Kummert, Chandra Shekaran, Tad Brockway, Joy Chik, Alex Balcanquall, Nelly Porter, Gaurav Daga, Samim Erdogan, and myself participated in the chat. There were over 150 participants and we answered...

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Upcoming chat: Terminal Services in Windows Server "Longhorn"

Finally! We were able to pull folks together for the next live chat on Terminal Services in Longhorn. The previous one was done last September, so there is going to be a lot more we can talk about. One notable change from last year – Ted Kummert, Corporate VP of Security, Access and Solutions Division...

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Terminal Server at TechEd – plus how you can "Virtually Attend"

For those of you not attending TechEd this year – I have compiled information about Terminal Services sessions AND how you can access some of them without being there. 1) Terminal Services sessions : SVR408  Terminal Services Capacity Planning, Performance Monitoring and Windows Server Resource Manager Monday, June 12 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM, 160...

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Microsoft to Acquire Softricity, and More TS Presence in WinHEC

Microsoft just announced intent to acquire Softricity. Bill Gates’ keynote tomorrow morning at WinHEC will probably mention the acquisition and perhaps even have a demo involving Softricity. This is quite interesting for Terminal Services, considering the overlap between the scenarios addressed by server and application virtualization and the use cases of Terminal Services. Softricity rounds...

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TS Presence in WinHec

WinHEC 2006 is beginning tomorrow in Seattle. The Exhibition Hall is already open. Terminal Services is going to have an important presence in this year’s WinHEC. I want to very briefly mention the few things the TS team is doing: SER014 – Optimising Drivers for Terminal Server’s Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework: With Vista and...

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