x86, x64 or ARM? Forget the Details and Use Remote Resources to Run Any App on Your Windows Device

Play x86, x64 or ARM? Forget the Details and Use Remote Resources to Run Any App on Your Windows Device

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This session demos how easy it is to use Remote Resources (Remote Desktop Sessions, Remote Apps, and VDI) from any Windows 8 and Windows RT machine. When you buy a Windows RT device you get one free Client Access License (CAL) to use in a virtual environment, and that license will allow you to run normal (x86) Apps in a virtualized environment and stream transparently to your devices.

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    Patrick​Dunlap

    Qu: Are there any sessions or breakouts, etc. that would discuss how to get Windows RT connected through VPN systems such as Juniper and such?  I have seen some online detailing using PowerShell and other blogs with comments but it all seems like a rather big mess to try and do with no vender support and have read some rather discontented responses reported to be from VPN vendors like Cisco that they do not have the proper APIs to even write apps like the Pulse Junos one I use just fine on my iPad .  What good are RDP and RemoteApp if you can't connect to the corporate resource?  Thanks.

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    dmwiz

    Always interested in delivering apps without the install.  We have customers whose machines we can not configure, and I deliver Chrome OS to these so they can access a special software program our company had made.

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