Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Implementing Remote Desktop Services4 H 54 M

  • Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
    • Overview
    • Build Single Server RDS
    • Modify a Session Collection
    • Secure RDS Connections
    • Secure RDS Connections Part 2
    • Configure Additional RDS Roles
    • Configure Additional RDS Roles Part 2
    • Deploy Connection Broker HA
    • Deploy Connection Broker HA Part 2
    • Deploy Connection Broker HA Part 3
    • Deploy Additional HA Roles


2 M

  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

[SOUND] Welcome, if you've ever wondered how to configure remote desktop services, this is the perfect show for you. In this series, you'll learn how to set up and configure a deployment, including high availability. And we have Mr. Ronnie Wong in studio to help cover some topics that will be shown. >> Hey, that's right, Cherokee. The very fact is that when we start setting up remote desktop services, it's not normally a topic that we kind of jump into the IT world to do. It's something in which our customer has normally requested. So those customers, usually there is two different types, a very small environment and they wanna control the applications as well as the desktops that are accessible. And then there are larger companies that also want to do the same thing, but have the ability to continue to grow and to continue to face the demands that are available. So first what we're going to take a look at in the series that's coming up here, is how do we build a single server deployment? Now, technically, it's a single server, but we're gonna show you with two instead because Microsoft doesn't actually support a single server deployment. Then from that point, once we get everything configured and working, we're then going to show you how to configure it for, well, a multi-server environment. And that means putting those different roles on different machines, and allowing us to expand this out. The true goal and nature behind this is what we call high availability, giving us both the ability to load balance, in other words, for a good performance, as well as to be able to have scalability, to add in servers as we need to, to grow for higher demand as well. So we'll go through everything in both of those processes, such as setting up the remote connection broker. Also of course, the remote web access, the remote web access server as well as the idea of using the remote desktop gateway and, of course, the remote desktop session host servers. We'll configure all of that to make sure that it works so that that way you can get started. And this series is really just a beginning. As there are more and more complex solutions that come along, well, at least you'll have the basics here. So if that's what you're looking for, is how do I get started and set up, so that I can at least get this to a point where I can start testing it out. This is what this series is designed to do, and to show you as well. So if that's what you're looking for, make sure you stay tuned for the first episodes that are coming up right after this. [SOUND]

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