Deploying Microsoft RemoteFX
Veröffentlicht: Januar 2011
Letzte Aktualisierung: Februar 2011
Betrifft: Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1
Microsoft® RemoteFX™ is included as part of the Remotedesktop-Virtualisierungshost role service, and it enables the delivery of a full Windows user experience to a range of client devices including rich clients, thin clients, and ultrathin clients. RemoteFX renders content by using graphics processing units (GPUs) that are present on the server and then shared across multiple virtual desktops. RemoteFX renders a range of content including DirectX and all types of multimedia, and it is optimized for LAN-based networks.
Microsoft® RemoteFX™ is a new feature that is included in Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1 (SP1). RemoteFX introduces a set of end-user experience enhancements for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that enable a rich desktop environment within your corporate network. RemoteFX enables the delivery of a full Windows user experience to a range of client devices including rich clients, thin clients, and ultrathin clients. RemoteFX delivers a rich user experience for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by providing a 3D virtual adapter, intelligent codecs, and the ability to redirect USB devices in virtual machines. RemoteFX is integrated with the RDP protocol, which enables shared encryption, authentication, management, and device support. RemoteFX also delivers a rich user experience for session-based desktops to a broad range of client devices.
Before you install and configure a RemoteFX server, be sure that you have reviewed the following conceptual topics:
Appendix A: Remote Desktop Services Requirements
Checklist: RemoteFX Installation Prerequisites