Remote Desktop Session Host vs. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Smackdown


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With Windows Server 2008 R2, the traditional session virtualization scenario delivered through Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services) is expanding its role to provide an extensible platform for a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). VDI enables Windows 7 desktop environments to run within centralized Hyper-V servers. But which of the two is the solution of choice? In this session, Benny Tritsch, Remote Desktop Services MVP, introduces you to the two options, highlighting pros and cons in an unbiased manner. With real-world examples and demonstrations he gives you expert guidance on when to use what.

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