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Wow I can’t believe I have been at this for 20 days! Tonight I am learning Remote Desktop Services. I have learned some cool new facts about RDS in 2012. Let me share some of the things I have seen tonight:
There are Tons of resources on this topic! I listed some below that I used to study with:
Remote Desktop Services Overview
This includes some great lab guides:
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Benefits
Windows Server 2012 VDI/RDS Infrastructure and Management (Video)
RemoteFX and RDP Rocking RDS in Windows Server 2012 (Video)
Lessons from the Field: 22 VDI and RDS Mistakes You'll Want to Avoid (Video)
Has the RDS licensing changed in Windows 2012 from Windows 2008 R2?
Do you still need RDS (with a Remote Desktop License Server) and Windows Client Access License (CAL). Are there any other licenses required?