What’s New in Remote Desktop Services? 31 Days of Favorite Features in Windows Server 2012 ( Part 30 of 31 )

How does IT manage critical workloads in an age Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)? 

One way that this can be addressed while retaining enterprise manageability and security is via Remote Desktop Services (RDS).  In Window Server 2012, Remote Desktop Services has been improved end-to-end: Easier installation and configuration, robust options for Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI) and core improvements to the RDP protocol itself.

Today, in part 30 of our series of 31 Days of Favorite Features in Windows Server 2012, my friend and colleague, Brian Lewis, walks us through each of these improved areas and shares some of his insights on using Remote Desktop Services to address management and security in organizations dealing with consumerization trends.

Read Brian's Article HERE!



Comments (2)
  1. KeithMayer says:

    Hi Praveen,

    Take a look at the following article to see if this will help your scenario – technet.microsoft.com/…/dd759263.aspx.

    Windows Server 2008 R2 and later provides per-session IP virtualization.  What other customers in scenarios similar to yours do is setup a pool of per-session IPs that they permit through their firewall for RDP connectivity.

    Hope this helps!


  2. Remote Desktop IP Virtualization in Server 2012 says:

    Dear Keith,

    I wants to deploy Remote Desktop Services in Server 2012. We having IP based web filtering in Juniper firewall that's why we require session based reserve IP Virtualization. Is there any option to assign a reserve IP address to Users profile on per session basis..


    User A will always get

    User B will always get

    With Regards


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