Monday, 13 January 2014

RDWeb in Windows Server 2012 R2

If you have not seen RDWeb in Windows Server 2012 R2 yet, then a look at the feature along with the full Remote Desktop Services suite of abilities in Windows Server 2012 R2 is a must.


Our "Collaborate Anywhere" solution (sound familiar eh? ;) ) is based upon RDWeb and the AuthAnvil Secure Access Portal that we are investing heavily in.

We believe that Cloud has it's place however on-premises still provides the _same_ feature set and location flexibility to our clients that Cloud vendors extol to Cloud alone with the added benefit of data ownership and security.

Philip Elder
Microsoft Cluster MVP
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

Chef de partie in the SMBKitchen
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jrockman13 said...

I assume that the WebApps available are all dependant on licensing? For example, all my Office 2010 Cals include a key for a WebApps on Sharepoint. Can I just add those to this? Or is that an entirely different structure?

Philip Elder Cluster MVP said...

Office is very particular in the way it gets licensed in RDS.

Office 2013 RDS Licensing PDF

The above explains it.