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Microsoft Remote Desktop Services pros and cons

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Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Pros review quotes

GJ
Jul 14, 2022
It's built into the operating system and has a command line interface capability to insert credentials, IDs, a password, et cetera.
NA
Apr 27, 2023
The initial setup is not that difficult. I have gone through the RDS initialization steps, which only seem easy.
Paul Robbertze - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 29, 2023
The installation of Microsoft Remote Desktop Services was easy.
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Rostyslav Khomyk - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 25, 2019
I like that it works. In most cases, it's predictable. You know what you get.
Tonny Keuken - PeerSpot reviewer
Nov 17, 2022
It's part of the Microsoft Operating system and is free.
SP
Dec 15, 2019
It's almost an out of the box function once you have installed the other components.
Mihai Dinca - PeerSpot reviewer
Sep 5, 2022
The solution is stable and reliable.
BHARAT B  SHARMA - PeerSpot reviewer
May 25, 2022
You can scale the product.
BH
May 7, 2020
The most valuable feature is the remote application access.
PB
Feb 2, 2023
What I found most valuable in Microsoft Remote Desktop Services is accessibility because the solution lets you take control of your computer remotely.
 

Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Cons review quotes

GJ
Jul 14, 2022
The only problems that you're going to have with the remote desktop are going to be firewall ports, security, and NLA, which is a net network level access control, or TLS transfer layer security or some other SSL-type of security.
NA
Apr 27, 2023
The only issue I experienced was with the initialization of the session, which affected the stability of the solution.
Paul Robbertze - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 29, 2023
The biggest reason we don't use the solution for our company's clients is the solution's prices.
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Rostyslav Khomyk - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 25, 2019
Microsoft still has some really bad remote desktop appliance for Mac.
Tonny Keuken - PeerSpot reviewer
Nov 17, 2022
The administrative functionality is not enough for me.
SP
Dec 15, 2019
In the next release, I would like to see better performance over slower networks, and integration with Linux, but this is something that we're going to get out of Microsoft in terms of a unified solution.
Mihai Dinca - PeerSpot reviewer
Sep 5, 2022
We'd like to see more integration with other vendors.
BHARAT B  SHARMA - PeerSpot reviewer
May 25, 2022
We've had issues with security breaches.
BH
May 7, 2020
There are problems with using Microsoft Teams within a virtual desktop on a mobile device.
PB
Feb 2, 2023
I want to connect easily from an external network even when I'm not in my enterprise or company. It should be easy to connect or integrate Microsoft Teams, for example, with Microsoft Remote Desktop Services.