Introducing the Virtual Desktop Starter Kit by Microsoft

Microsoft’s new "Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Starter Kit 1.0," is now available in the "preview" stage and is being presented as tool that should not currently be used development in production environments as it is in the preview stage. The new VDI kit is also designed to complements the current management console and wizards used with the RDS server role of Windows Server 2012 R2. The new tool comes equipped with two applications, both Calculator and WordPad, for testing virtual desktop access scenarios. Click here to read the full blog post.



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