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Remote Desktop Preview

At Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft had announced that a new web client is being developed to provide access to virtualized apps and desktops from a browser, without having the need to install a local client. Thus, providing a consistent experience across devices, minimizes installation or maintenance costs, and provides quick and easy access from kiosks and other non-personal devices.


Remote Desktop preview screenshots:

Remote Desktop preview

The first release of the web client can access apps and desktops published from a Remote Desktop Services deployment, copy text to and from the session (using Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V), print to a PDF file, and is available in 18 languages. Please note that additional functionality will be enabled in future releases based on your feedback.

The web client can be added to an existing Remote Desktop Services deployment running Windows Server 2016 and will be available side-by-side with the existing RDWeb page. As we approach general availability, we are providing the client in preview form to gather your feedback and ensure its readiness.

What to do next:

Get started today with Microsoft’s documentation to install and publish the web client using the new PowerShell scripts. The client can be deployed in production.

Or visit mobility.messageops.com

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