In today’s corporate environment, IT administrators typically need to manage many different remote systems. These systems can be physical systems or they might be VMs. Many times, these systems reside locally as well as in remote locations and in the cloud.
For Windows IT administrators the Remote Desktop is the primary tool that the vast majority of IT administrators use every day for these necessary remote management tasks. While managing remote desktops is an essential daily task for most IT administrators it also presents some difficult challenges.
Michael Otey is president of TECA Inc., which focuses on Windows and SQL Server product development and consulting.
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