Today’s blog post is a real treat. Why? Because it is a complete series of posts written by Eddie Kwasnik, an outstanding virtualization consultant that I have met through the Atlanta pro camp series last year. Eddie has a passion for VDI and Terminal Services, and has recently decided to start blogging to share his knowledge with others. In this blog series he dives into Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services(formerly known as Terminal Services). He guides us through building our own environment step-by-step. So let’s jump in and get started!
The first post in the series dives into the beginnings of building the RDS farm: “In our deployment, we will be logged into a single server and through Server Manager we will deploy our new Remote Desktop farm. Each of the servers designated in the environment are virtual, domain joined and were created from a template with the latest Windows updates. No other special changes or configurations were done to any of the servers with the exception of Read more