6VC-01756(RMTDSKCAL) (Microsoft / Operating System (Retail Package))
The Remote Desktop Services role in Windows Server® 2012 provides technologies that enable users to connect to virtual desktops, RemoteApp programs, and session-based desktops. With Remote Desktop Services, users can access remote connections from within a corporate network or from the Internet.
Remote Desktop Services allows workers to work anywhere. Some of the key benefits of Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012 include:
Administer your session and virtual desktop collections, configure your RemoteApp programs, manage your virtual desktops, and add servers to the deployment from one centralized console.
User profile disks allow you to preserve user personalization settings across session collections and pooled virtual desktop collections.
Pooled virtual desktops can use local storage live migration between host computers. Personal virtual desktops can use storage located on network shares.
Deploy and manage pooled virtual desktops centrally by using a virtual desktop template. Any changes, such as application installation or security updates, are installed on the virtual desktop template, and the pooled virtual desktops are then recreated from the virtual desktop template.