Configuring Remote Desktop IP Virtualization III

Part III: using Remote Desktop Services Provider for Windows PowerShell™ Part I of this blog post series describes what Remote Desktop IP Virtualization is all about, illustrates the scenarios where it can add value, lists the requirements for configuring a server in Remote Desktop IP Virtualization mode and details the steps involved in configuring per-program… Read more

Creating Kerberos Identity for RD Session Host Farms Part I: using the Remote Desktop Services provider for Windows PowerShell

Why create Kerberos Identity for farms? In Windows 2008, it is possible to provide server authentication by issuing a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate to the Remote Desktop Session Host (Terminal Server) farm and deploying it to each server in the farm. Since requiring SSL certificates on each server in RDS farm within an Intranet… Read more

Managing Remote Desktop Services (aka Terminal Services) using Windows PowerShell

Hello everyone, We are pleased to announce that the Beta release of Windows Server 2008 R2 supports managing Remote Desktop Services using PowerShell. You can now configure and manage all RDS role services and components using PowerShell. For example, below are few management tasks that you can now do with PowerShell View and edit configuration… Read more