Using the Hyper-V hypervisor and Remote Desktop Services (RDS) available on Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2, you will be able to create a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to deliver virtual desktops to your users.
Unlike desktops created via RDS which are based on an OS server (in this case : Windows Server), virtual desktops hosted on a hypervisor (in this case : Hyper-V) can be based on an OS client (for example : Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, ...).
This improves compatibility with the different programs that your users will need to use in your business.
As you will see in this course, you will be able to :
These virtual desktops can be published in the web access of your RDS infrastructure or via the modern application available in the Windows Store.
To deploy a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), you must first know RDS and Hyper-V technologies.
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