TechNet RadioMay 16, 2013 at 6:37 PM0
Yung Chou on Hybrid Cloud
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Yung Chou , Keith Mayer and Greg Shields from Concentrated Technology are back for part 2 of their deploying and managing a service in the cloud series and in today's episode they demo for us how to plan for and deploy RDS using System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager Service…
EdgeOct 17, 2013 at 1:26 PM16
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Learn the inside scoop on the new Windows Remote Desktop App for iOS, Mac OSx, and Android in this interview with Sr. Product Manager Adam Carter. We ask common questions, demo the iOS remote desktop client, and chat about some of the VDI enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2. In this…
At [06:25] Symon Perriman and Rick Claus talk through an end-to-end deploy of a Hyper-V cluster using entirely free tools (without any evaluation bits—you get to keep everything!). First Symon introduces the free tools, which include Hyper-V Server 2012 (http://microsoft.com/hvs), Microsoft…
TechNet RadioDec 18, 2012 at 4:00 AM1
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This video explains common uses of the Windows Azure Remote Desktop feature followed by an architectural overview. Finally helpful links are shared to facilitate the troubleshooting of cloud services instances. Here are some useful links: How to enable RD in the portal:…
This video explains how to dynamically enable and disable the Windows Azure Remote Desktop feature. A step by step demonstration shows how to connect to a cloud service instance in order to securely troubleshoot it.
This video explains how to enable and disable the Windows Azure Remote Desktop feature when publishing in Visual Studio. A step by step demonstration shows how to configure a cloud service to enable this important troubleshooting feature.
Lifehacker has a nice little piece on using Mobile Remote Desktop to drive your desktop computer. WM6 RDP has fullscreen view with 16-bit graphics and sound sharing. According to the post, RDP could stream video over a LAN (see screenshot) though that might not be the best use of the tool. Also…
Thanks to a tweet from Microsoft MVP Alvin Ashcraft, I’ve discovered a new tool that almost makes me want to return to I.T. (OK, not really, but it’s still cool): RDCMan. This updated Remote Desktop management program is an improvement upon the Remote Desktops MMC Snap-in which I used exclusively…