Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Services 2016 User CAL
Windows never fail to provide you comfort and put your needs first. Along with the Windows Server, a powerful tool of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is provided which provides services to your remote clients. However, a company should have a proper RDS CAL (Client Access License) for its RDS environments. RDS is one of the tools that allow a user to take control of a remote computer over a network connection.
Features of RDS:
- Secure connection for remote users.
- Get access to managed or unmanaged devices.
- Connect to computers or virtual-machine desktops.
- Datacenter apps available to use within the network.
When using User CAL, you allow a unique physical user to have access to the server. It works best when your employees need to have roaming access or when you have more devices than the users.
Device CAL and RDS Per Device CAL
Whereas, with Device CAL you allow a single unique device to access the server. When per device license mode is used and the device connects to the RD Session Host server, a temporary license is issued by default. Upon connecting to the RDS Session Host Server for the second time, the device is granted a permanent RDS per Device CAL. Issuing a permanent RDS per Device CAL depends on the activation of the license server and enough RDS Session Host Server available.
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