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A core element of the Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution and Remote Desktop Services offering is Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that provides users access to remote desktops and remote applications from any device. The session covers RDP7 architecture and new scenarios introduced with Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7, where RDP7 accelerates all current and future multimedia codecs, including Silverlight, Flash, and QuickTime, and delivers a rich remote desktop experience with D2D and D3D visual applications. This deep-dive session explains the different types of remoting, the benefits and drawbacks of each approach, and provides an understanding of impact on the customer and end users.
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Event HomepageTech·Ed North America 2009
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