Tom Decaluwe - WinTalks

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26 Οκτ 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 9 μήνες)

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Tom

Decaluwé

Infrastructure


IT Manager


Macintosh Retail
Group


tom@decaluwe.eu

http://trycatch.be/blogs/decaluwet


Demonet.local

WIN2012_DC

Win2012RDS

Win8_client

10.10.10.50/24

10.10.10.20/24

10.10.10.100/24

Win8 Server

Win2012 Server

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Session Virtualization

Virtual machine
-
based desktop deployment

Session
-
based desktop deployment

Right click

Win8 Server

Left click

Win2012 Server

Multi manage





Server Manager


“One stop shop”

You are installing from a technical

viewpoint



You are installing with the

eye to reach a specific

goal


Currently supported roles






Scenario Base deploy Broker and App host


Brief history

Citrix
MultiWin

Technology

R2

SP1

TS is part of the core OS

added 24
-
bit
color





Console

S
ession directory

L
ocal
resource
mapping
Transport
layer Security TLS



Support for WPF

Network Level Authentication

multi
-
monitor




New console
connect

Seamless windows

Easy print

RDP gateway



Media player redirect

Bi
-
directional audio

Better
multi monitor support

Aero glass support

Bitmap accceleration

Language bar
docking

Remote
FX Media edition






Remote FX






Push to the Cloud

Not For Remote Management => server manager

RDG in the DMZ, with
Active
Directory

No DMZ. RDG in the
LAN

Reverse Proxy in the DMZ.
RDG in the
LAN


TMG / UAG
RDG in the DMZ. No
Active
Directory



Dual auth
.

required

RDG in the DMZ, with
Active
Directory

No DMZ. RDG in the
LAN

Reverse Proxy in the DMZ.
RDG in the
LAN


TMG / UAG
RDG in the DMZ. No
Active
Directory



Dual auth
.

required


Scenario Base deploy Broker and App host

Overview base install the Gateway and Licensing Role

+
check default RDGW CAP and RAP


Remote FX

Fast and fluid
graphics


Wide range of
network
conditions




New client
devices & form
factors




Windows Metro style
user interface

Mobile devices, WAN

Touch, Slates

Broad Range
of Clients
Supported

RemoteFX For
WAN

RemoteFX
Adaptive
Graphics

RemoteFX
Media
Remoting

RemoteFX
Multi Touch

RemoteFX
USB
Redirection

Metro Style
Remote
Desktop App

Choice of
Software or
P
hysical GPU,
vGPU

for VM

Available for
Sessions, VM’s
and Physical
Machines

Remote FX


Remote FX

Network

Auto
-
tuning

Latency



Packet Loss





Limited
bandwidth




End to end delay/ping (e.g. 100ms)

Burst or Random

E.g. <2 Mbps
vs

100Mbps for LAN

RemoteFX
Adaptive Graphics

VC

Dynamic Virtual Channel Management

Network
autodetect

RemoteFX
Graphics Dynamic
Virtual Channel

RemoteFX
Media
Remoting

RemoteFX
Audio

RemoteFX TCP Transport

RemoteFX UDP transport

Audio Plugins

Video Encode
Plugins

Input

Control

Devices

VC

VC

NETWORK (TCP & UDP Packets)

Sniff a win8 normal RDP session

TCP 3389

UDP 3389


Remote FX

Engine

Windows Metro
style UI and
Applications (HTML, XAML, Native, etc..)

RemoteFX Intelligent Caching

RemoteFX
Progressive
Rendering


RemoteFX

Optimized Text
Codecs


RemoteFX
Media
Remoting


RemoteFX for WAN Transports

RemoteFX

Calista

Codec


RemoteFX
Protocol Encoding

RIGHT TYPE OF CODEC FOR EACH TYPE OF CONTENT


Text is sent as text and always sharp => think of pinch zoom blurring


Remote Desktop Server and
network side

TS Web

Remote desktop
WebAccess

TS
web access + folder creation / port change


Remote Desktop Server and
network side

TS Gateway

Remote desktop Gateway


End
-
user application

<>

Both support RDP 8.0
=
>

RDP
Autodiscover

Metro app


Wrap up

1.
Brief history

2.
Installation Experience

3.
Remote Desktop Server and network
side

4.
End
-
user application


MVP Freek Berson:
http://microsoftplatform.blogspot.com


Remote desktop team blog:


http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/



Want more:

Tom

Decaluwé

Infrastructure


IT Manager


Macintosh Retail
Group


tom@decaluwe.eu

http://trycatch.be/blogs/decaluwet


New server side GPO’s

Group Policy

Description

Connections
-

Turn Off Network Detection
On Server

This policy setting specifies whether the Remote Desktop Protocol will try to detect the network quality (bandwidth and laten
cy)
.

If you enable this policy setting, you must select one of the following: Connect Time Network Detect, Continous Network Detec
t,
or Connect Time Detect and Continous Network Detect.
If you select Connect Time Network Detect, Remote Desktop Protocol will not try to determine the network quality at the conne
ct
time, and it will assume all traffic to this server
originates from a low speed connection. If you select Continous Network Detect, Remote Desktop Protocol will not try to adopt

to

changing network quality. If you select Connect Time
Detect and Continous Network Detect, Remote Desktop Protocol will not try to determine the network quality at the connect tim
e,
it will assume all traffic to this server originates from a
low speed connection; and it will not try to adopt to changing network quality.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, Remote Desktop Protocol will spend up to a few seconds trying to dete
rmi
ne the network quality prior to the connection; and it will
continuously try to adopt to the network quality.

Connections
-

Turn Off UDP On Server

This policy setting specifies whether the UDP protocol will be used for Remote Desktop Protocol access to this server.

If you enable this policy setting, Remote Desktop Protocol traffic to this server will only use the TCP protocol.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, Remote Desktop Protocol traffic to this server will use both the TCP
and

UDP protocols.

Remote Session Environment
-

Configure
RemoteFX lossless graphics

This policy setting allows the administrator to configure RemoteFX graphics for Remote Desktop Session Host or Remote Desktop

Vi
rtualization Host servers to be lossless.

If you enable this policy setting, RemoteFX graphics will use lossless encoding. The color integrity of the graphics data wil
l n
ot be impacted.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, RemoteFX graphics lossless encoding will not be on.

Remote Session Environment
-

Configure
RemoteFX Adaptive Graphics

This policy setting allows the administrator to configure the RemoteFX experience for Remote Desktop Session Host or Remote D
esk
top Virtualization Host servers. By default, the
system will choose the best experience based on available nework bandwidth.

If you enable this policy setting, the RemoteFX experience could be set to one of the following options:

1. Let the system choose the experience for the network condition

2. Optimize for experience (balanced)

3. Optimize to use minimum network bandwidth

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, the RemoteFX experience will change dynamically based on the network
con
dition.

Remote Session Environment
-

Use the
hardware default graphics adapter for all
Remote Desktop Services sessions

This policy setting enables system administrators to change the graphics rendering for all Remote Desktop Services sessions o
n a

Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host)
server.

If you enable this policy setting, all Remote Desktop Services sessions on the RD Session Host server use the hardware graphi
cs
renderer instead of the Microsoft Basic Render Driver
as the default adapter.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, all Remote Desktop Services sessions on the RD Session Host server us
e t
he Microsoft Basic Render Driver as the default adapter.

NOTE: The policy setting affects only the default graphics processing unit (GPU) on a computer with more than one GPU install
ed.

All additional GPUs are considered secondary
adapters and used as hardware renderers. The GPU configuration of the local session is not affected by this policy setting