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  1. Hi everybody, I would like to ask help with the role "Remote Desktop Services" under windows server 2012. The main objetive is provide pools of virtual machines for users who need one because his notebook is too old for install windows 7/8. People then will works with their personal dektop integrated in AD with all domain resources available. Current Status: I have installed 3 machines called "vs-dc" (domain controller), "vs-test04" (windows server 2012) and "vs-test05" (windows server 2012). In each machine I have done: * VS-DC: I have not change nothing in AD (including schemas). * VS-TEST04: I have installed remote desktop services. In this server is running "RD Web Access", "RD Connection Broker", "RD Virtualization Host" and "Remote Desktop Session Host". I have deployed one colletion under 4 virtual machines, running 2 virtual machines in this server. * VS-TEST05: I have installed remote desktop services. In this server is running "RD Virtualization Host" and "Remote Desktop Session Host". Here I have running 2 virtual machines in this server. Main Objetive: Now, my main idea is when a user need a virtual desktop, he launch out VPN conection and when he is connected, then he launch a remote desktop on vs-test04 or vs-test05 and his session is redirected to this virtual machine. Questions: How can I do it without RDWeb Portal? is it posible?
  2. I want to be able to have user's remote in from the outside of the network. I know I need public IP and I got that but I don't know how to setup profiles for people, so when they login they see mapped drives and shortcuts to their folders. I don't know scripting and since it is less than a handfull of users. I could do it manually for each person. I am also located in New york City and would love to connect with other Admins to learn from.
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