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Building A Server 2012 RDS Farm

Server 2012 changed the way Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services) worked and was managed. Server 2012 R2 improved up this and added more features, specifically the ability to shadow users sessions was the one that got us interested: … 1,022 more words

Server 2012

Migrate Apps Between 2012 RDSH Farms

We recently decided to upgrade our 2012 RDS Farm to 2012 R2 for some of the benefits listed here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2013/07/09/what-s-new-in-remote-desktop-services-for-windows-server-2012-r2.aspx

Having built our new farm we needed a quick and easy way to migrate the list of published applications with all of their settings. 165 more words

Server 2012

RD Web Access Does Not Work With RDC Client 6.3.9600

I have recently seen multiple incidents when using the latest RDC client to connect to a Server 2012 RD Farm, specifically when connecting to a RD Web Access Server and launching remote apps. 56 more words

Server 2012

Azure - Managing Access Control Lists (ACLs)

In my previous post here we created a virtual machine running Windows 8.1.
We spoke about “Endpoint” that are created by default to allow access to the virtual machine by remote desktop and powershell. 200 more words

Microsoft

Enable multiple RDP sessions on Windows Server Operating Systems

By default in Windows Operating Systems, a user account is entitled only for a single RDP session. That means once you are logged in to a server remotely using a user account say Administrator, a simultaneous connection to the server again using the Administrator account will result in the disconnection of the previous session. 209 more words

Windows Server

Display and reset remote sessions using QWINSTA and RWINSTA !!

Each and every one of you might have at times faced issues connecting to a Windows Server or desktop machine due to disconnected sessions. At first, you might try to connect using the admin console only to know that a console session already exists. 81 more words

Windows Server