Now manage your RDS infrastructure from the comfort of the web.
Create RDS users and associate remote applications with them.
Set Remote Desktop Services timeout and reconnection settings.
Add RDS servers to add remote applications.
Create an organization (O.U.) and enable RDS services on it.
Let users connect to your Remote Desktop infrastructure through a compatible web browser. Give users a virtually identical experience to sitting at their desks from anywhere by delivering a virtual PC over the internet.
Allow creation of organizations (O.U) and users in Active Directory and enable RDS services on them through a single centralized interface. Enable users to segregate RDS collections and allow them to include only wanted applications in a session.
Let users interact with your Windows applications without having to install the applications on end user devices. Make the applications appear as if they are running on users’ local desktops however in reality they are running in a session on the RDS server.Product Documentation
Allow users to throttle their Remote Desktop Services (RDS) sessions. Apply hard timeouts to all sessions in the RDS collection.
Define time limit in minutes, after which disconnected sessions will automatically terminate.
Specify the maximum time in minutes, for idle sessions.
Set the maximum time in minutes, for active sessions. Automatically disconnect the session after lapse of the time limit.
Allow reconnections from any client or only from the originating client.