Desktop Virtualization Networking

Network in a desktop virtualization environment is often dismissed because of the notion that the desktop virtualization protocols are somehow "thin" and don't require good networking. Blame it on the first name for this technology: Thin Client Computing. In reality, networking is more important in a desktop virtualization environment than it ever was in a traditional desktop environment. In a traditional environment, when the network had problems a few individual applications had problems but the local desktop performed well and remained responsive to user input. When your entire desktop is delivered via the network, however, every single aspect of the users' experience is affected. In this section, you'll find content related to the very important subject of desktop virtualization networking, including WAN optimization, remote desktop protocols, and network performance.

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