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Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2 - RDS Shadowing is back!
Hello again AskPerf! I’m happy to report that Windows Server 2012 R2 reinstates Remote Desktop Shadowing. This functionality lived in kernel mode through Windows Server 2008 R2, but was removed from the product in Windows Server 2012 when the RDP stack was moved to user mode. We’ve strived for...
22 Oct 2013
RD Licensing Configuration on Windows Server 2012
Good morning AskPerf! Today we are going to discuss the steps in installing/configuring Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services Licensing in your environment using various available options. Adding a new License Server in a new Deployment Let us assume that you already have created a Remote Desktop...
20 Sep 2013
Error with the creation of an unmanaged VDI Pool collection
Good morning AskPerf! Ramesh here from the Microsoft Platforms Support Team. I am blogging today about an issue I recently worked. This particular issue was with the creation of an Unmanaged Virtual machine-based desktop pool collection on a Windows 2012 Server. When I attempted...
5 Apr 2013
Monthly Mail Sack: Yes, I Finally Admit It Edition
Heya folks, Ned here again. Rather than continue the lie that this series comes out every Friday like it once did, I am taking the corporate approach and rebranding the mail sack. Maybe we’ll have the occasional Collector’s Edition versions. This week ...read more
24 Aug 2012
Great blog post on RDS in Windows Server 2012
Good morning Folks! Today is a quick post to inform you of a new Blog from the Windows Server team that talks about the new RDS (Remote Desktop Services) features in Windows Server 2012. Check it out! Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Have a great weekend!
11 May 2012
Performance issues due to Inactive Terminal Server Ports
Good morning AskPerf! There are several issues that have been associated with a high number of inactive Terminal Server ports. Delayed logon times to RDP sessions, failure of printers to redirect, and slow server performance due to registry bloat from all the ports. These inactive TS ports accumulate...
6 Mar 2012
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