Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services – 50 User CAL License
This product includes 50 RDS User CALs
With More User CALs, you can add more people to your Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop Services. They’ll be able to take advantage of the 2008 edition’s greatly better server experience and become more productive workers, whether they’re working locally or remotely.
Remote Desktop Services
RDS provides sessions and licensing management, and the user experience and license management functions have been greatly improved. It also comes with native support for virtual machines (VMs), as well as server roles for discovery, connection brokering, server farms (for larger-scale installations and redundancy), and secure WAN connectivity.
The job of the RDS server
The RDS server role, formerly known as Terminal Server, is the Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server. It can deliver both whole desktops and RemoteApp programs, which are individual applications. It’s perfect for delivering extremely scalable applications. An RD Session Host server allows multiple users to log in and run apps independently of one another.
Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop – 50 User CALs
Will Work on Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise
What is the Difference Between User CAL and Device CAL
A User CAL is a license that allows each named user to access a server (from any device), regardless of how many devices they have. User CALs are appropriate for businesses with employees who require roaming access to the corporate network from a variety of devices, including unknown ones.
A Device CAL is a license that allows you to access a device that is linked to a server, regardless of how many users the device has. Customers having many users for one device, such as shift employees, will benefit from device CALs. Customers having many users for one device, such as shift employees, will benefit from device CALs.