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The following features have been added to Remote Desktop as part of Windows Server 2019. Most items include a link for more information - be sure to check out those links. After you install the latest version of Windows Server 2019 and have had a chance to try out some of these great new features, drop by the Remote Desktop Service user voice forum to let us know what you think.
|Release Type||RDS CAL for Device/User connections|
|License Type||Retail version - Digital License|
|Product Name||Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Service CAL - User/Device|
|Delivery Method||Digital Delivery (Email)|
|Media Format||Text License Key (5x5 license number)|
|Released Update||10/03/2018 (your license will be issued after the sale from licensing server)|
There are two types of Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Service CALs:
RDS Per User CALs
The following table outlines the differences between the two types of CALs:
|CALs are physically assigned to each device.||CALs are assigned to a user in Active Directory.|
|CALs are tracked and enforced by the license server.||CALs are tracked but not enforced by the license server.|
|CALs can be tracked regardless of Active Directory membership||CALs cannot be tracked within a workgroup.|
|You can revoke up to 20% of CALs||You cannot revoke any CALs.|
|Temporary CALs are valid for 52-89 days.||
|CALs cannot be overallocated.||CALs can be overallocated (in breach of the Remote Desktop licensing agreement).
Note about CAL versions
The CAL used by users or devices must correspond to the version of Windows Server that the user or device is connecting to. You can't use older CALs to access newer Windows Server versions, but you can use newer CALs to access older Windows Server versions.
The following table shows the CALs that are compatible on RD Session Hosts and RD Virtualization Hosts.
2000 CAL 2003 CAL 2003 R2 CAL 2008 CAL 2008 R2 CAL 2012 CAL 2016 CAL
2000 license server Yes No No No No No No
2003 license server Yes Yes Yes No No No No
2008, 2008 R2 license server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
2012 license server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
2012 R2 license server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
2016 license server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Any RDS license server can host licenses from all previous versions of Remote Desktop Services and the current version of Remote Desktop Services. For example, a Windows Server 2016 RDS license server can host licenses from all previous versions of RDS, while a Windows Server 2012 R2 RDS license server can only host licenses up to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Support for Gen 2 VMs
You can now use Gen 2 VMs (virtual machines) with Remote Desktop. You can use Gen 2 VMs as template images for pooled/personal VM collections and personal session desktop collections. There's no additional configuration required, so deploy at will.
Pen remoting support
Pen devices - like those available with Surface Pro 3 devices - are now supported for use through Remote Desktop connections. Technically, you always could use the pens, but it was treated like a mouse. Now we treat pen devices as equal to your mouse, fingertip, and keyboard. David Bélanger has a great post covering how to use pen remoting.
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