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Overview: Remote Desktop Solution vs. Remote Desktop Management Solution

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I was recently browsing through Spiceworks’ Remote Support Forum and noticed that some people think a remote desktop solution and a remote desktop management solution are the same thing. However, this is not the case, and understanding the differences is vital in choosing the right option for you. Here’s an overview: What Is a Remote […]

VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Reference Architecture Update Now Available

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The updated VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Reference Architecture is now available to download! VMware Horizon 7, the leading platform for Windows desktop and application virtualization, includes many integrated components to address a wide range of business requirements and use cases. This updated reference architecture provides guidance and best practices for IT organizations that want to design […]

Do you really NEED to persist Office 365/Outlook Indexing?

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One of the many feature benefits in ProfileUnity is its ability to persist Office 365 Outlook Search Indexing from non-persistent desktop, DaaS, RDS, and Citrix XenApp sessions. This is very helpful to end users because in a non-persistent environment you would not want to keep indexing or OST files in the users roamed or streamed […]

Password Best Practices Using Remote Desktop Manager

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How can Remote Desktop Manager help make your system more secure? How can RDM help you ensure that your whole organization implements its password policy best practices? Even if your user guidelines for password security are clear as water, if you look hard enough, I can guarantee you’ll find at least one person in your […]

Remote Desktop Manager 13 New Feature: Google Drive Integration

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As you probably know, RDM integrates with several public object storage repositories, such as AmazonS3, Azure Blog, Dropbox, OneDrive and Azure Table Storage Explorer. But there was always one guest missing from the party — until now! Behold a new integration that lets you launch Google Drive directly from RDM. Google Drive allows you to access […]

Gabe Knuth: Why I joined FSLogix

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Sometimes life gives you an opportunity that you can’t pass up, and I’ve been fortunate to have a few of those occasions in my career. The first was a random encounter with Brian Madden when we both worked at reseller in Cleveland, OH, who said he was off to do a proof of concept for […]

Remote Desktop Commander v4 Now Available

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Greetings friends and current Remote Desktop Commander customers! We’ve just released Version 4.0 of Remote Desktop Commander, both the Lite and Suite editions, so we want to tell you what’s new under the hood in terms of features. In this RDPSoft E-Newsletter: New Remote Desktop Commander 4.0 Features. Introducing RDS Performance Audits, Custom Report Design […]

New Remote Desktop Manager 13 Feature: Exclude an Entry from Offline Mode

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As you’ve hopefully experienced, the Offline Mode is great when you’re working off-site, or when you don’t have an internet connection (the horror!). But there’s one aspect of working offline that isn’t so great — when there’s one entry that shouldn’t be allowed to be modified in offline mode because doing so would make things confusing and chaotic for […]

Tricerat Print Server Proxy: What’s new in the 6.6.0

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With the release of 6.6.0, Tricerat added functionality to help its customers print in a variety of situations. One of our newest features is the Print Server Proxy function, geared toward helping users print with print servers. Why We Added It One of the requirements to use Tricerat’s software with print servers is that firewall […]

Lakeside Software Research – Performance Impact of Meltdown and Spectre Patches on Terminal Server – and by Association, Citrix XenApp

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The topic of Terminal Server/Citrix XenApp workloads has been at the forefront of our attention since Meltdown and Spectre patches were released. The potential for slowdowns after applying Meltdown and Spectre patches prompted us to investigate the matter for ourselves, and we released some initial findings for VDI that showed a noticeable CPU impact (with the caveat of impact being workload-dependent). Now […]

Create SSMS shortcuts with Remote Desktop Manager

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Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) is far more capable than its name might first suggest. As well as using it at work to manage all of our endpoints, my department has it managing passwords, online resources, firewalls and switches across multiple domains. This is made possible by RDM’s robust credential management and wide variety of entry types. […]

The impact of Meltdown and Spectre patches on Windows 10

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Over the last weeks a lot has already been written about the supposedly high impact that the patches of both Meltdown and Spectre will have on the performance of computer systems but even experts do not yet agree how big the impact will be on centralized desktop environments such as Microsoft RDS, Citrix XenApp & […]

Everything you NEED to know about RDSH

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RDSH is a role within Remote Desktop Services that can be used to deploy virtual workstations or applications with the Microsoft technology platform.  There was a time when this really wasn’t considered a good option for your virtualization deployment.  However, with its advancements over the years, today it can be an extremely viable option right […]

New Remote Desktop Manager 13 Feature: Move Rights

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Don’t you hate it when you KNOW that an entry should be in your database, but no matter how hard you search – frantically opening folder after folder, the fear building – it’s nowhere to be found, until you finally locate it under a folder it has nothing to do with, because someone on your […]

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