Remote Desktop Services (RDS) allows system administrators to deliver desktops or applications to users without having to install them on each workstation.
In addition, it allows you to secure access to company resources and facilitate the deployment of the various software that your users will need, since everything is installed on the server.
The users authorized by the system administrator will then have access to these resources via the RDS web access, the Windows RDP client, ...
With Hyper-V and RDS available on Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2, you will be able to build a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to deliver virtual desktops to your users.
Remote Desktop Services (RDS) or formerly Terminal Server (TSE) can provide desktops or applications based on sessions or virtual machines (VDI)
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