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Windows Virtual Desktop: User Experiences

This recording is about how end users can experience #WindowsVirtualDesktop;  as the cloud-based service that delivers a true multi-user Windows 10 experience, which is fully optimized for Office 365 ProPlus— enabling the users to utilize a virtual desktop experience and remote apps to any device with productivity gains and advantages previously only possible with server-based […]

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Customer Targeting for Windows Virtual Desktop Webinar

Customer Targeting for #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD) will build from the previous session (Partner Opportunity for Windows Virtual Desktop) to leverage the WVD value proposition to identify and engage high propensity customers.  This webinar covers the three most common customer scenarios for Windows Virtual Desktop and how you can provide a high value offering to capture these […]

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RDPwned: A Guide To Securing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services

Given the increase in us of RDP it’s imperative that you get serious about RDS security, even if most of the common attack vectors don’t exist (thankfully) when using #WVD. This book first walks you through how attackers find your RDS deployments, using normal search engines and device fingerprinting search engines like Shodan. It shows […]

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VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure Support for Windows Virtual Desktop is now GA

Today is an important day for Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure! VMware released the latest version (3.0), which includes support for Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop, including Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session. Customers can now use the enterprise-class features and user experience of Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure with Windows Virtual Desktop: https://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2020/03/windows-virtual-desktop-support.html

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Setting up Windows Virtual Desktop in Availability Zones

By default, the #WVD template deploys the session hosts in an availability set. This will spread the workload between different fault domains and update domains in a single Azure DC. This protects you from local failures such as top of rack switch outages, but doesn’t protect you from full DC outages (think flood, hurricane…). Availability […]

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Free tool: Connection Experience Indicator for RDS & WVD

@bramwolfs created a tool for RDS and WVD environments that notifies users about changes in the user experience. The tool supports both Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). It is called the Connection Experience Indicator for RDS & WVD. Learn more and download here: https://bramwolfs.com/2020/03/11/connection-experience-indicator-for-rds-wvd/

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