Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Explained

A great article on VDI.

This is a follow-up posting and a continual discussion of desktop virtualization and Remote Desktop Services (RDS) relevant to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. I highly recommend those who are not familiar with RDS, take a moment to review the architecture and know what role RDWA, RDG, RDSH, RDVH, and RDCB each is playing in serving a remote access request. Which will facilitate one’s understanding of the integration between RDS and VDI, and sets the stage for the upcoming and next level of discussion, the nuts and bolts of building a VDI solution. The content of this post is organized as:

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