As our need to provide services and applications to our client desktops becomes more and more important, we turn to products like Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012 to provide these features for our clients. Wether you use RDS for just pure session virtualization or as a part of an overall Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), you will want to learn about some of the key improvements around graphics and even touch that we have included in Windows Server 2012. In today’s post Brian takes a look as these changes and your can read the full post here:
We hope you are enjoying the series and check out Windows Server 2012 by taking a look at these downloads:
- Azure Trial: https://aka.ms/GetAzureIaaS
- Windows Server 2012 Trial: https://aka.ms/GetWindowsServer2012
- Hyper-V Server 2012 Trial: https://aka.ms/hypervserver
If you missed any of the parts you can find the rest of the series here: 31 Days of Our Favorite Things in Windows Server 2012.