Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device CALs
Obtain your own copy of Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals and open the door to a world of new opportunities
When utilizing your own server, Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals gives the most flexibility. The product is used to transform a server into a powerful storage solution, a web server for websites, a mail platform, a text, printer, and scanner service, or simply to many Active Directory versions.
Enable your Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals to take use of powerful remote desktop capabilities
Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device CALs delivers additional functionality to enable virtual machines and provides RemoteApp services to both whole desktop PCs and specific apps. Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals enables multiple devices by granting a license to each device connected to the remote desktop session's host server. This offer also includes the ability to activate the RDS license on your server.
RemoteApp In Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device CALs
RemoteApp is a feature incorporated with Windows Server 2008 RDS-Device Cals that allows remote hosted programs to be accessible through a desktop icon. This capability is included in Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals to provide remote access to programs located on a remote desktop host server and virtual desktop hosted on a remote desktop virtualization host server and to link them directly to a user desktop.
Remote Desktop Access
Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals has Remote Desktop capabilities, which by default lets all members of the management group access remotely without limitation. Because Active Directory has a user group to which some users can be joined for authorization rights, it assigns remote desktop access permissions to specific users.
Remote Desktop Gateway
The Terminal Server Gateway, commonly known as the Remote Desktop Gateway, is a feature included with Windows Server 2008 RDS - Device Cals that allows users to access Remote Desktop services. The Gateway Server's role is to filter incoming RDS requests based on the Network Policy Server's policies.