Per Microsoft: Windows 7 / W2K8 R2: What’s New in Remote Desktop Services
RDS in W2K8 R2 builds on the feature set provided by TS in W2K8 by introducing, or enhancing, the following features:
- Remote Desktop Services Administration
- Client Experience
- Remote Desktop Protocol
- RemoteApp and Desktop Connection
- Remote Desktop Connection Broker
- Remote Desktop Virtualization (RDS-V)
- IP Virtualization
Here are some of the changes in the Client Experience:
- Desktop Composition – The Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 client application on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 support Aero within a remote desktop session.
- Single Sign-On improvements – Kerberos support has been enhanced to reduce the number of sign-on prompts required through RD Gateway.
- True Multiple Monitor support – Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 7.0 and Windows Server 2008 R2 enable support for up to 16 monitors. This feature supports connecting to a remote session with any monitor configuration that is supported on the client computer. Programs behave just like they do when they are running on the client computer.
- Redirection of : Audio and video playback / Audio Input & Recording / Language bar
- New Connect with Remote Desktop Connection action when browsing computers on the network
- RemoteApp and Desktop Connection Shell integration
- Personal Virtual Desktop Access
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