Remote Desktop Services

Save money with RDS Session Host Pools on Azure or Azure Stack.

Introduction One of the great things about consumption based billing is that you only pay for what you use. In most cases that’s just a great marketing strap line as servers tend to be up all the time. However, if you are using RDS Session pools running on Azure or Azure Stack, then the solution I have developed below will really provide you with one of the cheapest Virtual Desktop / Remote working solutions out there. Now that I have had this stable solution running in multiple implementations for a long time, I wanted to share this with the wider...

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Remote Desktop – Central Network Policy Server – Missing Device Restrictions Interface

This title is a mouthful and obviously aimed more at the Google spiders than the target audience. If I was going to give this post a human readable title, that title might be, “Where did the Device Restrictions option go when I moved to a central Network Policy Server?”. That is also a long and tedious description so I’ll just get to the point. If your RDS based Virtual Desktop solution does not leverage an RDS Gateway with Multi-factor authentication then I recommend you consider that at once! For those that have, you will know that you need one or...

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