Microsoft Windows Server 2008 RDS 1 Device CAL + Qual Parts
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 RDS 1 Device CAL + Qual Parts
Provide more access to your Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server, Server Pack 1 to everyone in your office with the lowest cost by providing the office with Device CALs that give access to more users through individual devices.
Windows Server 2008 includes all the tools you need to expand the access to data and programs that allow workers to be more product and effective, no matter where they are. With Remote Desktop Server, your users can work from anywhere in the world with no lag in server use.
What Is Microsoft Windows Server?
The Microsoft Windows Server is an operating system designed to provide a Windows-quality experience for users and administrators while also providing all the advanced server-focused tools necessary to run a success server for a business. The Microsoft Windows Server provides for all server management, data storage and security, application running, and communication tools.
In order for users to access the server, they will need CALs, described below.
What Is the Remote Desktop Server?
The Remote Desktop Server provides advanced tools to improve a user’s remote access to the Microsoft Windows Server. It includes a number of programs and features that allow remote devices to gain access to virtual desktops, RemoteApps, and much more. With Remote Desktop Server, this access is smoother and less strenuous on devices.
What Is a Device CAL?
In order for someone to access a version of Microsoft Windows Server, they will need a CAL, or client access license. CALs are available for users and devices. This product includes a Device CAL that allows one licensed device to gain unlimited access to the server for all users.
User CALs for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server, Server Pack 1 are available elsewhere on SoftwareKeep.
What Is Server Pack 1?
Microsoft Windows Server editions often get upgrades that provide more tools, features, and fixes on the original release. The Device CAL in this purchase provides access to the first upgrade to Windows Server 2008, the Server Pack 1.
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server, Server Pack 1 Is Not Included in This Purchase
This product includes a Device CAL that allows one device to gain access to an already installed version of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server, Server Pack 1. The server itself is not included in the purchase.
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Device CALs Gain Access to All Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server, Server Pack 1 Features
With a Device CAL, new users will get access to all the solutions found in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Server. The improvements include more powerful remote user abilities, more personalization, and vastly expanded administrative powers, from virtualization to a bigger administrative toolbox.
Vastly improved remote user experience with Remote Desktop Server—Get more from your remote connection to the server with Remote Desktop Server, which provides users with the ability to gain access to all the features of the server from anywhere with the same sort of quality as being directly connected to the server itself.
Advanced user personalization to keep user features as they need them—With Windows Server 2008, users have increased ability to preserve a level of personalization across sessions so that they can work in a more comfortable environment on their remote desktop.
More storage at a lower cost—Windows Server 2008 pools virtual desktops that frees up storage, which allows for more storage to take place without requiring purchasing more.
Hyper-V virtualization solutions—For the first time, Windows Server includes advanced virtualization abilities with the introduction of Hyper-V. With Hyper-V, a single physical server can be split into many partitions for virtual machines, providing far more use to users.
More control over administrative tasks with Active Directory, Windows System Resource Manager, and Server Manager—Windows Server 2008 SP1 includes several expanded administration toolkits that provide more advanced server control to administrators. Active Directory abilities expand beyond the basic connected computer management to include Active Directory Federation Services, Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services, Active Directory Certificate Services, and Active Directory Rights Management Services. Windows System Resource Manager has now been included to control how much of the server resources a process or user is entitled to take up. Finally, Server Manager provides for more advanced roles-based management on the server, compared to previous editions.
Failover Clustering to provide more high availability to applications—Windows Server 2008 introduces Failover Clustering that keeps most features on high availability so that there is almost no downtime ever. This comes with a cluster validation wizard that allows for focused tests on servers meant to be used for clustering.
Correct errors without taking an NTFS volume offline—In previous versions of Windows Server, if there was an error in an NTFS (New Technology File System), the whole NTFS volume would have to be taken offline to fix the issue. Now, only the corrupted files become unavailable, and they can be fixed without requiring the whole volume to be taken down.
These are minimum system requirements for installing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 RDS 1 Device CAL + Qual Parts