HP Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Services User 5 CAL Lic - for HP Systems ONLY

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          Item #: 12454165
          Mfr. Part#: 599190-B21
          Availability: On Order
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          Implement a centralized desktop strategy with RDS
          • Enable organizational agility through rapid desktop and application deployment, supporting business continuity efforts of your organization
          • Centrally host and update operating systems, data and applications in the datacenter while making desktops and applications available to remote users
          • Enhance security by keeping intellectual property local to the organization while simplifying regulatory compliance

          This SKU is for HP systems only.

          Remote Desktop Services (formerly known as Terminal Services) provides functionality similar to a terminal-based, centralized host, or mainframe, environment in which multiple terminals connect to a host computer. Each terminal provides a conduit for input and output between a user and the host computer. A user can log on at a terminal, and then run applications on the host computer, accessing files, databases, network resources, and so on. Each terminal session is independent, with the host operating system managing conflicts between multiple users contending for shared resources.

          The primary difference between Remote Desktop Services and the traditional mainframe environment is that the dumb terminals in a mainframe environment only provide character-based input and output. A Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client or emulator provides a complete graphical user interface including a Windows operating system desktop and support for a variety of input devices, such as a keyboard and mouse.

          In the Remote Desktop Services environment, an application runs entirely on the Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server (formerly known as a terminal server). The RDC client performs no local processing of application software. The server transmits the graphical user interface to the client. The client transmits the user's input back to the server.

          Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Services (RDS) makes it possible to run an application or an entire desktop in one location, but have it be controlled in another. With RDS, you can install and manage session-based desktops and applications, or virtual-machine based desktops on centralized servers in the data center; screen images are delivered to the users, and the users' client machines, in turn, send keystrokes and mouse movements back to the server. When using Remote Desktop Services, administrators can present users with an entire desktop environment, or with their individual applications and data which they require to complete their task. From a user perspective, these applications are integrated seamlessly-looking, feeling, and behaving like local applications.

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