Getting started with Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol

Getting started with Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol

Date: Mar 08, 2010

Understanding Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol is crucial if you want to virtualize your environment's desktops with Microsoft technologies.

This screencast by Frank Ohlhorst covers the basics of RDP, including the components that make it up and how it has changed through the years.

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