Remote Desktop Services and Virtual Desktop infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 R2
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DESCRIPTIONDiscover how to provide Windows 7 desktops to local users, and remote users without a VPN, by using Remote Desktop Services and the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
<ul><li> 1. Configuring Remote Desktop Services and RemoteApp </li> <li> 2. Overview Overview of RDS Publishing RemoteApp Programs by Using RDS Accessing RemoteApp Programs from Clients </li> <li> 3. Overview of RDS What Is RDS? RDS Role Services Client Experience Features with RDS Overview of RDC Client </li> <li> 4. What Is RDS? RDS is presentation virtualization technology that provides access to session-based desktops, virtual machinebased desktops, and applications RDS provides the following benefits: Run an application or an entire desktop on centralized servers Manage session-based desktops, applications, or virtual machinebased desktops on centralized servers Provide an entire desktop, or just application window Provide integration of local and RemoteApp programs Enable secure remote access without establishing a VPN connection Centrally control which RD Session hosts can be accessed, who can access them, and device redirection </li> <li> 5. RDS Role Services RD Licensing RD Session Host RD Connection Broker RD Virtualization Host RD Gateway Active Directory DomainInternet Services RD Web Access RD Client </li> <li> 6. Client Experience Features with RDS The following enhancements are available to Remote Desktop users in Windows Server 2008 R2: Windows media True multimonitor Audio input and redirection support recording Improved audio and Enhanced bitmap video synchronization Aero Glass support redirection Language bar redirection Task scheduler </li> <li> 7. Overview of RDC Client </li> <li> 8. Publishing RemoteApp Programs by Using RDS What Are RemoteApp Programs? Process for Publishing RemoteApp Programs Distribution Options for RemoteApp Program Links Functions of the RD Connection Broker What Is Remote Desktop Web Access? What Is RemoteApp User Assignment? </li> <li> 9. What Are RemoteApp Programs? RemoteApp programs run remotely on RD Session Host server and can integrate with locally running programsA RemoteApp program: Can be accessed remotely through Remote Desktop Connection Displays on the client as if it is running on the local computer Has its own resizable window and entry on the taskbar Can run along with local programs on the client computer Can share a RD session with another RemoteApp program on the same terminal server </li> <li> 10. Process for Publishing RemoteApp Programs Configure the server that will host RemoteApp programs Add the RD Session Host role service Install programs on the RD Session Host server Verify remote connection settings Add RemoteApp programs, and configure global deployment settings Add programs to the RemoteApp Programs list Configure global deployment settings </li> <li> 11. Distribution Options for RemoteApp Program Links RD Web Access .msi .rdp </li> <li> 12. Functions of the RD Connection Broker The RD Connection Broker role service: Allows users to reconnect to their existing sessions in a RD Session Host server farm Evenly distributes the session load among RD Session Host servers Redirects users to full desktops, personal or virtual desktops pools, or RemoteApp programs </li> <li> 13. What Is Remote Desktop Web Access?RD Web Access enables you to: List available RemoteApp programs, remote desktops, and virtual desktops from multiple servers on the same Web page Launch RemoteApps or virtual desktops from the RD Web Access Web site Modify the list of available resources Launch the Remote Desktop Connection RD Web Access only enables users to launch applications, remote desktop, or virtual desktop sessions. It does not proxy RDP sessions </li> <li> 14. What Is RemoteApp User Assignment? CONTOSOjohn CONTOSOtom </li> <li> 15. Accessing RemoteApp Programs from Clients Accessing RemoteApp Programs on RD Web Access What Is RemoteApp and Desktop Connections? What Is SSO? What Is Device Redirection? What Is RD Easy Print? Accessing RemoteApp Programs from an External Network Configuring RD Gateway Using Group Policy to Configure an RD Client </li> <li> 16. Accessing RemoteApp Programs on RD Web Access </li> <li> 17. What Is RemoteApp and Desktop Connections? Provides a personalized view of RemoteApp programs, session-based desktops, and virtual desktops The benefits of RemoteApp and Desktop Connections are: RemoteApp programs run from the Start menu on the client Includes published Remote Desktops and Virtual Desktops Changes are automatically reflected on the users Start menu Programs are easily accessed through Windows search Does not require domain membership Built on standard technologies You can create a RemoteApp and Desktop Connections configuration file (.wcx) and distribute it to users </li> <li> 18. What Is SSO? Log on once and gain access to remote servers without being asked for credentials again Single log on for RemoteApp and Desktop connections Controlled through Group Policy Prerequisites Windows XP SP3 or newer client Domain membership Right to connect to RD Session Host </li> <li> 19. What Is Device Redirection? Extensible PnP Device Redirection Framework PnP device automatically installed at remote RDS server Can redirect devices that have not been plugged in yet PnP redirection is not supported over cascading RD sessions RDP RD Session Host </li> <li> 20. What Is RD Easy Print? RDS Session Host User wants Print utilizesdocument to onlocally The Easy to print renderedclient side print RD document is the Office Word a the User opens Microsoft the to XPS RD attached and isthe full print UI client, by using server printerprinted on the appears drivers, and server Session Host print driver on the client </li> <li> 21. Accessing RemoteApp Programs from an External Network Remote users can connect to RemoteApp programs on an internal network from an external network through RD Gateway Corporate LAN Internet Passes RDP traffic to Strips off RDS RDS Home HTTPS / 443 HTTPS RD Hotel RD Gateway Other RDP hosts Server NPS DCPartner or client </li> <li> 22. Using Group Policy to Configure an RD ClientYou can configure the following RD client settings by using GroupPolicy: Security: Client connection encryption level, prompt for password Remote Session Environment: Display resolution, color depth Session Time Limits Remote Desktop Connection Client Device and Resource Redirection, Printer Redirection Credentials Delegation (Allow Delegating Default Credentials) </li> </ul>
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