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Remote Desktop Preview now supports pinning and Azure RemoteApp

A new update (version 857 for the Remote Desktop Preview client for Windows 10 is making its way through the Store and will be available shortly. This is an exciting release for two reasons: This release provides the last set of features we want to validate before taking this client out of preview to be...

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Lift-and-shift your workloads with Azure RemoteApp and Azure AD Domain Services

Azure AD Domain Services is a new solution, currently in public preview, primarily designed to simplify “lift-and-shift” scenarios in Azure IaaS; “lift-and-shift” is a strategy for moving your existing workloads as they are into the cloud, which often requires a domain controller running in the cloud environment. In a nutshell, Azure AD Domain Services takes...

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Remote Desktop Preview now available on Windows 10 Mobile and Continuum

Today’s update (version 844) of the Remote Desktop Preview client for Windows 10 adds support for both Windows 10 Mobile devices and Continuum for phone for compatible devices like the Lumia 950 or 950 XL. The client is still in development as we continue adding more key features including support for Azure RemoteApp. It’s been...

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How to become a Remote Desktop MVP

Are you a Remote Desktop Services expert and community leader that desires to participate in a deep and meaningful way with Microsoft and the engineering team that develop RDS and related technology?  If so, then submit your nomination to become a Microsoft Valued Professional (MVP).  If accepted you’ll join a program of elite technical individuals...

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June updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of June 2015, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: Added IP address range checking for Hybrid deployments using an existing VNET Added limited public preview of Forced Tunneling.  Forced tunneling ‘forces’ all internet bound traffic back to the customer’s on premise network through the VPN tunnel. Read...

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Control access to Azure RemoteApp with Azure AD Conditional Access!

We have heard Azure RemoteApp customers ask for stronger controls over user access, such as forcing multi-factor authentication for users outside of the workplace environment. This, and more, is now possible with the latest update to the Azure AD Conditional Access preview! You can now set access rules specific to Azure RemoteApp; for example, you...

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April updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of April 2015, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: Deploy Azure RemoteApp collection to your Azure Virtual Network (with support for Express Route), read full blog post. Ability to use platform gallery image in a Hybrid deployment, read more Microsoft Platform images and Azure RDSH gallery image...

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