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VMware Announces the New VMware App Volumes Reviewer’s Guide

End-User-Computing Technical Marketing is excited to announce the release of the much-anticipated VMware App Volumes Reviewer’s Guide. The Reviewer’s Guide has something for everyone. Use it to familiarize yourself with VMware App Volumes, learn more about the architecture and workings of the product, or explore the functionality through the exercises. This guide applies to App […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 09/24/16

VMware Horizon 7 Applications and RDS Hosts Are Not Visible After an Upgrade from Horizon 6.2.3 to Horizon 7.x (2146862) Date Published: 9/22/2016 Setting the RDS Host Operating System Version (2146850) Date Published: 9/22/2016 VMware Horizon Client RTAV stops working in Horizon Client after switching the frame size on the client system (2146967) Date Published: […]

Microsoft Video: Rakuten Group Secures Sensitive Data with Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services

See how Rakuten uses Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services (RDS). Not only does RDS provide an easy path to integrating heterogeneous systems, but it also provides an additional layer of security so new systems do not compromise Rakuten’s existing corporate infrastructure. For the full story, visit: From the fine folks at Microsoft.

Ericom Desktop – the Only DaaS solution under $9 – can you afford to miss out on this??

Ericom Software
Why go with DaaS and not VDI? Simple No need for on-site technology infrastructures – No need to worry about managing the VDI technology stack Greater flexibility, mobility, and general ease-of-experience for all Allows users to access their desktops on common, inexpensive devices (e.g., retail computers or mobile devices) ALL OPEX – no Capex Cloud desktops […]

Microsoft Preview Video – RDS in Windows Server 2016

As a preview to the great new capabilities coming in the latest release of your trusted desktop and app virtualization, we have just released a new MS Mechanics video showcasing some of our greatest innovations in this release. Scott Manchester, Principal Group Program Manager on the Remote Desktop Services team, and our tech evangelist Simon […]

How to Use Remote Desktop Manager Offline Mode

Remote Desktop Manager offline mode lets you connect to a local copy of your data source when your database is unavailable. But before you can do this, you need to grant access on three levels: User level (settings can be changed in the User permissions) System level (settings can be changed in the Data Source […]

New Microsoft Mechanics Video with the latest updates to RDS for Windows Server 2016

We are getting close to the launch of RDS in Windows Server 2016! As a preview to the great new capabilities coming in the latest update of your trusted desktop and app virtualization platform, we have released a new MS Mechanics video showcasing some of our greatest innovations in this release. Scott Manchester, Principal Group […]

Latest updates to Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Services! – Video

From advances in graphics performance that improve the experience of GPU intensive apps. To how you can overcome the 9am log-on storm with new enhancements to the connection broker for up 10,000 concurrent log-ons. And keep watching as we show you how you can optimize your deployment for the Cloud with Azure. From the fine […]

Linux Bastion Hosts on the AWS Cloud: Quick Start Reference Deployment

Amazon Web Services
You can choose to create a new AWS architecture with bastion host instances, or deploy the bastion hosts into your existing AWS infrastructure. The bastion hosts provide secure access to Linux instances located in the private and public subnets. The Quick Start architecture deploys Linux bastion host instances into every public subnet to provide readily […]

NEW: Remote Desktop Manager PowerShell Module

For years, Remote Desktop Manager has supported Windows PowerShell through the RDM CmdLet snap-in. And while this was a functional solution, we have made things even easier with the new RDM PowerShell Module. The RDM PowerShell Module is called RemoteDesktopManager.PowerShellModule.dll, and it is located in the same folder as RDM binaries (RemoteDesktopManager.exe). If you installed […]

New Remote Desktop Manager for Android Feature: Multi-Tab

As you hopefully know, we recently launched the new and improved version 2.0 of Remote Desktop Manager for Android. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, you’ll find it on Google Play. Exploring the New Multi-Tab Feature While there are many improvements in RDM for Android 2.0, one of the biggest is the new multi-tab option. […]

VMware: Network Ports in Horizon 7 Diagram

Ray Heffer has produced another update to the Network Ports Diagram for Horizon 7. This intricate diagram gives you a lot of vital information in one page. It is not something you will memorize, but it is something that you will refer to often.  What is new in this Horizon 7 diagram? PCoIP (TCP/UDP 4172) […]

VMware Releases Horizon 7.0.2 and Horizon Client 4.2

In case you missed it, VMware Horizon was a hot topic at VMworld.  New capabilities including 6x bandwidth reduction with Blast Extreme, support for over 70 new thin and zero clients, vGPU support for high-end 3D graphics, and 16 new features for RDS-hosted apps were just some of the topics generating all that buzz. This comprehensive […]

SysKit 2016 R2 – 8.0 is RELEASED! – Citrix XenApp, RDS, IIS, SQL, SharePoint and much more!

Well, it’s been six months since our last release, and many things have happened since then. The last videocassette recorder has been manufactured, a new planet similar to Earth has been discovered, and the iPhone 7 has finally been presented to the public. But you came here to read about SysKit news, right? SysKit 2016 […]