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Posted by Romain Serre on January 30, 2020
Schedule the Start and Stop of Your Windows Virtual Desktop VMs

Nothing in life comes for free and, certainly, not all the little things used in Azure. Such components as RD Broker or RD Web Access, for example, are “hidden.” You won’t see their apparent activity in Azure Portal, unlike the RD Host Session or Windows 10 VMs. As a result, your Azure credit will be spent without you actually using the productivity of such VMs.

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Posted by Romain Serre on December 26, 2019
Deploy Windows Virtual Desktop

Managing various operations in a virtualized environment usually calls for multiple tabs, each conforming to separate activities. Simplifying these operations and integrating them into a single GUI saves much time and effort to deal with other pressing matters. Windows Virtual Desktop can help you achieve just that from any host OS via Microsoft Azure.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on June 20, 2019
[Azure] Windows Virtual Desktop – Publish Applications

Admittedly, the way of adjusting a novel piece of technology usually takes a few steps to make. The deployment and configuration of Windows Virtual Desktop are finished, but what to do next? First things first, you have to know the basics, in this case – deploying applications.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on June 18, 2019
[Azure] Windows Virtual Desktop

Application virtualization services, despite a lot of benefits, are not always able to rival SaaS platforms. Or at least, it used to be the case before the public preview of Windows Virtual Desktop. The latter is a desktop and app virtualization service employing simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, Office 365 ProPlus optimization, and RDS environments support. Learn how to utilize this novelty in a few clicks!

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