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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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Now that we understand what to do to scale and tune the remote desktop role servers, we can consider how to ensure our virtual desktops of whatever type are running efficiently while providing our users with a rich desktop experience. Our users are going to want access to the capabilities of their local devices, to make use of unified communications, to print, and to touch the screens on their tablets. This is all provided in RemoteFX, which is available for both session- and VDI-based virtual desktops. RemoteFX was originally based on virtualizing the GPU in a graphic card, and it will still do this if there is a supported card in the physical server we are using. Now, in Windows Server 2012, it covers a range of technologies ...

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