Presentation Virtualization with Enhanced Terminal Services

Virtualization is hot nowadays, but Terminal Services has been abstracting the presentation layer of remotely run applications and desktops for years. A lot has changed over the years, and with Windows Server 2008, Terminal Services has truly become a mature, robust presentation virtualization platform. Learn about the new features  and enhancements in Terminal Services and […]

Virtualization is hot nowadays, but Terminal Services has been abstracting the presentation layer of remotely run applications and desktops for years. A lot has changed over the years, and with Windows Server 2008, Terminal Services has truly become a mature, robust presentation virtualization platform.

Learn about the new features  and enhancements in Terminal Services and get a closer look at some of the “big ticket” items such as TS Gateway and TS Session Broker.

Source:→ Microsoft

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