Does RDS get a dedicated storage or does it just have functions of a repeater

Ben Jeong 81 Reputation points
2020-10-13T08:37:19.943+00:00

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This is a page of the PDF file from the Remote Desktop Service documentation page. Sizing guildlines must mean that a RDS storage is given for users. Is it safe to believe that?

I'm looking for answers on whether RDS just acts as a repeater or a router to get access to applications or the internet.

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  1. Karlie Weng 12,686 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2020-10-14T05:43:21.573+00:00

    Hello @Ben Jeong

    As far as I understand, RDS act more complicatedly, not just a repeater or a router.

    RDS infrastructure roles implemented in Windows Server include RD Session Host, RD Connection Broker, RD Gateway, RD Licensing and RD Web Access.
    RD Session Host (RDSH) is the primary workload role, hosting Windows desktops and applications

    For on-premises deployments:
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    Microsoft Azure for cloud deployments:
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