What is Remote Desktop Services?
RDS stands for “remote desktop services” and refers to the functionality enabling users to work with graphic desktop and Windows applications via remote access. Desktop networks can be managed centrally using the appropriate client access licenses (CALs). In addition, any potential Windows Server 2019 Core licenses already in existence can be used in combination with the 2022 device licenses. This gives the IT department in a company more time to transition to the latest version of the server operating system. The “Express Updates” function will also help save time installing updates in future.
Do I need a Client Access License?
A client access license (CAL) is needed for each user and device that connects to a Remote Desktop Session host. An RDS licensing server is needed to install, issue, and track RDS CALs. When a user or a device connects to an RD Session Host server, the RD Session Host server determines if an RDS CAL is needed.
What is it for?
- Securely connect remote users to the server
- Users can get access from registered or non-registered devices
- Connect to session-based or virtual-machine based desktops
How does it work?
This key will add Remote Desktop Services CAL to your existing & activated Windows Server. It will not Activate your Windows 2022 Server license.
- Delivery via email in 12 – 24h
- 100% authentic key – works globally
- Lifetime license
2022, 2019, 2016, 2012
Pack 50, Pack 10, 50 Users, 50 Devices, 10 Users, 10 Devices