Getting started with Remote Desktop Services

If you're planning to virtualize your Microsoft environment, Remote Desktop Services is a key piece of the puzzle. Learn the basics in this slideshow.

Getting started with Remote Desktop Services

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If you're planning to virtualize your Microsoft environment, Remote Desktop Services is a key piece of the puzzle. It features a virtual platform for accelerating -- and extending -- desktop and application deployments from the data center to any device. In addition to supporting a traditional presentation virtualization scenario, RDS is the foundation for a virtual desktop infrastructure.

This fast guide breaks down the basics to help you get started with RDS.

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