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I have had great success in making scenarios like this work in VMWare ESXi, but just one experiment with Hyper-V. In that particular instance, I ended up with a very nice setup for client VMs with vGPUs working fine, but for Windows Server edition, I could not make it work. This is actually detailed by MS here. Quoting the document: Note, RemoteFX vGPU ...


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Here is the documentation on the Remote Desktop Services CAL licensing for Server 2008 R2, from Microsoft. That's as much as we're willing to say about the strictly licensing part of the issue. Regarding the technical question (the behavior of RDS): Generally speaking, the Remote Desktop Services will not block you from using those 2 default sessions you ...


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I found the answer. We have a generic IE group policy object that we use on terminal servers, and this particular terminal server has its own lockdown IE GPO (to prevent it from browsing the internet). In AD, the server is in its own container with inheritance blocked. Someone marked the generic IE policy as enforced, which not only broke through the ...


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Possible errors you made or missed The profile must be allowed to read by Authenticated Users (Apply file security reucrsively to profile folder) The profile folder must be named C:\Users\MandatoryUser.V2 ( and the Set path for Remote Desktop Services User Profile must be C:\Users\MandatoryUser without .V2 for Windows Server 2008 and higher. MandatoryUser ...


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I had the same exact issue and found the fix. It's all how you created the certificate template and request the certificate. Here is the fix: Create a certificate template from by duplicating the Computer template Edit the new certificate and these two important mods 2a. Allow export private key 2b. On the Subject Name tab select "Supply in the request" ...


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If you're a heavy user of Remote Desktop, you might check whether Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager works best for you. I don't know if it has a longer history, but it lets you easily define a large list (or lists) of servers to connect to. It's also handy to keep many sessions open at the same time.


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A workaround would be to pin the app to the taskbar then change the jumplist settings to something higher than 10.



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