Remote Desktop Virtualization Host

Remote Desktop Virtualization Host, one of the main components in Windows Server’s RDS (Remote Desktop Services) role, is used to assign virtual desktops to users, to load the associated VMs (virtual machines) onto the appropriate server host, and to connect users with their VM. Use of Remote Desktop Virtualization Host is covered by licensing RDS (see RDS entry for details).

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