After purchasing the 5 user CALs for Remote Desktop Services, you will receive licensing instructions that will walk you through the process of adding them to your Remote Desktop Licensing Manager. If you have not enabled Terminal Services, you will see instructions on how to do so in the same licensing email.
User CAL versus Device:
If you have more devices than users (most common), you will want user CALs (ie: 10 devices, 4 users, you will only need to buy 4 user CALs).
If you have more users than devices, it will be more cost effective to buy device CALs. If device CALs are preferable please click on the link below.
Here is the link to the Device CAL Remote Desktop Download License. Just as a reminder, you will already need Windows Server 2012 or a prior version to utilize these on your server. Have questions about licensing? Reach out to us at Trusted Tech team and we can break down what options would be best for you, at (855) 202-8140.
Remote Desktop Services accelerates and extends desktop and application deployments to any device, improving remote worker efficiency, while helping to keep critical intellectual property secure and simplify regulatory compliance. Remote Desktop Services enables virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), session-based desktops, and applications, allowing users to work anywhere.
Remote Desktop Services allows workers to work anywhere. Some of the key benefits of Remote Desktop Services include:
In Windows Server 2012 R2, Remote Desktop Services includes enhancements in the following areas:
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