Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS 5 UCal

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Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS 5 UCal

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Giving more employees access to your Microsoft Server 2012 R2 brings new dimensions to the work environment. Remote access abilities make it possible for nontraditional office hours to be kept and for those away from the office to interact as efficiently as if they were sitting next to their colleagues.
With improved virtualization and administration, users will be introduced to an overall quick, responsive, and powerful server that increases productivity for the whole business.

What Is RDS?

RDS is short for Remote Desktop Server, which is the crucial part of Microsoft Server 2012 R2 that allows users to access the server remotely. With the Remote Desktop Server, and particularly in the 2012 Microsoft Server edition, users can experience all the features of the server with the same speed and quality whether they are locally connected to the server or a thousand miles away.
The Remote Desktop Server allow users to access databases, files, programs, communication features, and any other server features available locally.
Thanks to the Remote Desktop Server, businesses can continue to work efficiently whether employees are in the office, on the road, at home, on vacation, or anywhere else. Location and time are no longer concerns for keeping everyone in the business connected.

What Is a CAL?

A CAL is a client access license. A CAL is required for someone to access your Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS. There are two kinds of CALs: device and user.

What Is a UCAL?

UCAL is another way of writing User CAL, one of the two kinds of CALs available to access you Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS. Unless a Device CAL, which licenses one device to access the server, a User CAL allows one licensed user to access the server from any device. This is particularly beneficial to users who intend to access the server from several devices regularly. With a User CAL, that licensed user can regularly use their phone, tablet, laptop, desktop computer, and more with just a single license.

Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS Is Not Included in This Purchase

This product includes 5 User CALs for an already installed Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS. The server itself is not included.
SoftwareKeep sells the Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS separately on this site at a guaranteed low price.

Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS Features

Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS includes vast improvements in remote use, making it easier than ever to connect remotely and achieve everything that would be possible sitting right next to the server. There are also new features focused on more powerful virtualization, more efficient administration, and improved work and collaboration.

Major remote use improvements—Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS focuses much of its attention on improving the remote user experience. With so many users connecting to the server not from a desktop at work, but from a laptop at home or a phone or tablet on the road, this is a crucial area of improvement. Some of the most important new features include:

RemoteApps perform like local apps—Microsoft made a number of improvements (some of which are listed below) that made it possible for RemoteApps to function more like local apps. This makes it easier to work as efficiently outside the office as in it.

Less bandwidth and fewer reconnection issues—One of the ways RemoteApps improve is through a decrease in the bandwidth required to interact with the server, and in improved reconnection abilities, so that when disconnection happens, nothing is lost, and reconnection is quick and easy.

Single sign-on—Previous editions required multiple sign ons, which were a burden to users. Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS streamlines that into a single sign on that then allows users to access all the programs on the server.

Server access for mobile devices—Although laptops remain an important part of remote use, more and more users are getting work done on phones and tablets. This server now makes that far easier than ever before.

Encrypted and synced sharing with Work Folders—Share files easily while also keeping regularly synced backups with Work Folders. Work Folders are encrypted to keep them secure, while they also keep both the copy on the server and the copy on the device up to date.

Get your Desired State Configuration with PowerShell 4.0—Set the standards you want across the server, and then let Desired State Configuration in PowerShell 4.0 maintain those standards through updates and automated monitoring.

More powerful virtualization through Hyper-V—Hyper-V has access to far more memory (up to one TB of actual memory), and it can now access up to 64 virtual processors. It also includes new features like cloud backup, multi-tenancy on the server, and storage resource pools.

Faster Live Migration—Live Migration is a useful feature introduced in earlier editions that allows for virtual machines to transfer between hosts with no downtime. Now, in this edition, it’s even faster, with up to a 20% increase in speed.

Data DeDuplication expanded to virtualization—Data DeDuplication is a compression feature that removes duplication within files. That ability has now been expanded to virtual machines as well to create further Hyper-V efficiency.

Faster access to popular data with Tiered Storage Space—Getting access to data and programs quickly is a key concern for your server. To deliver that more quickly than ever, Microsoft Server 2012 R2 RDS now organizes data into priorities, focusing on that data which is used most often. That goes on the fastest tiers, so it can be recalled the quickest.

Easy to integrate with Office 365—Microsoft makes a point of making all its tools work well together, and that is truer than ever with Office 365. If your office is already using Office 365, it can easily be integrated into your server.

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