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What is Windows Virtual Desktop?

Windows Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running on the cloud. It is the only service that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimization for Office 365 ProPlus, and support for Remote Desktop Services Environments.

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Perfect for organizations looking to add new users quickly and easily. Whether you need to scale efficiently on demand, manage different deployment types across different deployment planes, bring Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and/or provide seamless experiences for your end users with Outlook, Search , Cortana, OneDrive and Skype Windows Virtual Desktop is right for you.

Get up to speed fast with the benefits of WVD

  • check-sign Leverage the cost advantages of server-based virtualization
  • check-sign Enjoy windows 7 virtual desktop with free extended security updates
  • check-sign Bring Windows 10, Windows Server, and Windows 7 desktops and apps all with a unified management experience on Azure
  • check-sign Seamlessly virtualize both desktops and apps

Windows Virtual Desktop FAQs

If you want to use Win 10 EVD with WVD then you cannot migrate to WVD directly from on-premise. If you want to continue using your existing image (WS or Win10), you can migrate your VMs as long as you have the following also migrated/setup – AD with AAD sync, VNET, user storage (optional if they want everything available in Azure). You can also use Azure Site Recovery for the same. The other option is to migrate all your on-prem resources using ASR to Azure (inclusive of RDS components) and then once you have a validated env, you can connect the VMs to WVD. I would recommend this option because many customers get stuck in the AD and VNET creation/sync step and then cannot deploy their WVD setup. A phased migration ensures that you get all of the WVD pre-requirements in place before attempting to use WVD.

Yes, this is possible.

Windows 10 multi-session, Windows 10 single-session, Windows 7 single-session, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2019

WVD reduces customer costs by reducing Infrastructure, Licensing, and Labor costs. Multisession Windows 10 allows significant savings in compute resources, and WVD service now replaces complex management requirements of RDS/VDI solutions.

Microsoft 365 is a subscription based integrated solution that contains Windows 10, Office 365 as well as Enterprise mobility and security.

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