Tag: rds

So why choose Citrix over Microsoft RDS?

No Picture

A question came a couple of days ago, to do a refresh on this blogpost since this is a topic that appears frequently on Twitter from time to time so therefore I decided to do a rewrite of this blogpost.  So why should…

Read More »

Office365 on Terminal server done right

No Picture

So this is a blogpost based upon a session I had at NIC conference, where I spoke about how to optimize the delivery of Office365 in a VDI/RSDH enviroment. There are multiple stuff we need to think / worry about. Might seem a…

Read More »

Azure RemoteApp vs RDS Azure IaaS vs Citrix XenDesktop

No Picture

This is a question that is appearing again, again and again. If I  want an easy way to deliver apps to my customers what should I choose if they are interested in using Azure? and Ive seen so many failing to graps what…

Read More »

Trouble with Office365 Shared Computer Support on February and December builds

No Picture

This is an issue I have seen a couple of times now, therefore I decided to write a blogpost about it. In january I got some issues with out test servers running Office365 and Shared Computer support that the credential tokens where not…

Read More »

Azure RemoteApp

No Picture

So during TechEd 2014 a couple of weeks ago, Microsoft announced Azure RemoteApp which for my part was the most exiting thing announced as TechEd. The idea behind it is to be able to publish “regular Windows applications” using Microsoft Azure directly to…

Read More »

Microsoft launched RDS RemoteFX clients today for iOS and Android

No Picture

So big day today Microsoft released System Center 2012 R2, Windows 8.1 and just today they release RemoteFX clients for iOS and Android which are now available at their respective stores. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-remote-desktop/id714464092?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en So I haven’t given it a try yet, but if…

Read More »

Windows Server 2012 deployment via PowerShell

No Picture

Now with the release of Windows Server 2012, Microsoft has added a huge huge huge improvement in PowerShell, there are about 2400 cmdlets available, and Microsoft have said that there are more to tome.Just to display how easy it is, I thought Id…

Read More »