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I’m In South Carolina right now enjoying the sun and the golf courses.
However, like any IT professionals, I sometimes have to access my systems and tools to address certain issues remotely. You may need remote access to address other scenarios such as:
In Windows Server 2012, the Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployment is a scenario-based installation that allows you to install, configure, and manage your virtual desktops from a central location. With the VDI deployment scenario, you are presented with two deployment types:
There are two deployment scenarios:
Let me run you Step-by-Step through the setup in my lab.
On the server that will be exposed to the internet,
couple things that need to be done in productions is to assign a trusted certificate and setup a proper licence server. but other than that, That’s it.
All you need is to expose port 80 and 443 to the internet to be able to access the RDWeb page. In my case I'm traveling light with my Microsoft Surface and I have access to all my tools.
When I'm back we’ll look at publishing applications. but in the mean time set it up for yourself.
Why don’t you try it for yourself by downloading Windows Server 2012?
Right now I have to get back to my vacation. They’re calling us to Tee number one for our golf game.
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Thanks Pierre for the post. I tried it at home and it rocks! Now I can rub 32 or 64-bits software on any internet connected device. Awesome!!!