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we have problems with audio quality from Windows Multipoint Server 2012 during RDP sessions, we are using Thin Clients for the Remote Desktop the display is good but the audio quality is bad, there are background noises and the audio is broken during VOIP session on the Remote Desktop.

is there anyway to fix or improve VOIP audio quality on multipoint and also get rid of the delay and background noise during the Remote Desktop sessions?

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From your other questions I strongly suspect you got ultra-cheap thin clients, that do not support RDP 7.1, and that is the source of your problem. What TCs are you using? – Chris S Mar 19 '13 at 1:21
$60 thin clients from china. it supports RDP, the only problem is the audio because the latency is too high. – telexper Mar 19 '13 at 1:34
It supports what version of RDP? – Chris S Mar 19 '13 at 4:13
sad to say only 7.0 – telexper Mar 19 '13 at 6:45

You need third-party solution for sound redirection, like Sound over RDP.

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