Your employees can get to important files from the office, their house or wherever business travels take them when they have Windows 2012 remote desktop licensing. A regular Windows Server 2012 client access license covers local networking and file sharing. But in order to work on the server from an outside location, users will need remote desktop CALs. User-based licenses allow a specific person to reach out from any device, while a device-based CAL means anyone on that computer will have server access. Check out our Windows Server CAL guide for more on the types of licenses and how to use them.
Companies that run Microsoft Server 2012 or 2012 RD2 can order genuine RDS licenses from Trusted Tech Team. Our selection of Windows Server 2012 remote desktop services includes five-device CAL downloads, single-user CALs, 20-user volume RDS keys and other options. These licenses are available within 30 minutes if you order during business hours. So if you need immediate access, you can get it at a competitive price. Our support team will take you through the installation process as well for these CALs and for all of our other Microsoft software solutions.