We’re just a few weeks away from the Microsoft Build conference, where historically, a lot of announcements are made.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s development of a deeply re-factored version of the Windows Server Remote Desktop Services infrastructure, which leverages the power of Windows Server, Azure PaaS, and Azure AD.
Aidan explains your options for replacing Azure RemoteApp, which Microsoft plans to terminate in August 2017.
Aidan shows how you can speed up and automate the deployment of Azure RemoteApp, Microsoft’s managed Remote Desktop Services farm in the cloud, using PowerShell. He also shares how you can use PowerShell to publish applications in the app collection and assign users access to those applications.
Microsoft recently announced that Azure RemoteApp can be used with Azure AD Domain Services (still in preview) for domain authentication, without running domain controllers as virtual machines in Azure.
In this article Aidan Finn discusses the most forgotten aspect of migrating or deploying services into the cloud: Exactly how will the users connect to the services that will be running in Azure?
Aidan Finn explains how to deploy a newer and simpler architecture where a RemoteApp collection is created on an Azure VNET.
Learn how you can upgrade software in a Microsoft Azure RemoteApp app collection in a managed way by replacing the collection’s base image.
Learn how to use a heavily requested preview feature that will allow administrators to publish apps in an Azure RemoteApp collection to selected users.
This article is a step-by-step guide on how to build a hybrid app collection in Azure RemoteApp that integrates with your existing Active Directory infrastructure.
Learn how to create custom Azure RemoteApp templates, which lets you present your own set of applications to users.
Aidan Finn dishes out five reasons why he’s smitten with Microsoft Azure RemoteApp.
Still leery of Microsoft Azure? In part 2 of this series, find out whether Azure can help you in your work and whether it’ll take away – or help – your job.