New Windows Server 2016 Capability: Personal Session Desktops
This isn’t new at all. There isn’t anything preventing you from adding an RDSH server per user, and then giving them admin rights, other than the licensing costs making it extremely costly.
What would of been impressive, new and exciting is creating an extra layer between the OS and User Sessions, to enable the sessions to be persistent, and giving the user admin rights over their own persistent session, without touching the host OS. A hybrid version of VDI, you might say.
Read the entire article here, New Windows Server 2016 Capability: Personal Session Desktops
via the fine folks at Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) Team Blog