Microsoft Windows E3 - virtual application

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Hello, I am planning to use Azure VM of series NCas T4 v3 with Microsoft Windows E3. Is it by using Microsoft Windows E3 that I can assign my client to use as a virtual application? the documentation did not mention any virtual application, but other gpu vm mention about it

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  1. Prrudram-MSFT 19,961 Reputation points

    Hello @hello howdy

    Thank you for reaching out to the Microsoft Q&A platform.

    You can use Microsoft Windows E3 on an NCas T4 v3 VM to host virtual applications. The NCas T4 v3 VM is a GPU-enabled virtual machine that is optimized for running compute-intensive workloads such as machine learning, deep learning, and high-performance computing.

    Microsoft Windows E3 is a licensing option for Windows 10 Enterprise that allows you to run Windows 10 Enterprise in a virtual machine. With Windows 10 Enterprise, you can use Remote Desktop Services (RDS) to host virtual applications and desktops.

    To host virtual applications on an NCas T4 v3 VM, you can install the necessary software and configure RDS on the VM. You can then publish the virtual applications to your users using RemoteApp or Remote Desktop Web Access.

    Note that you will need to have the appropriate licenses for the software you want to run on the VM, as well as the necessary licenses for Windows E3 and RDS. You should also ensure that the NCas T4 v3 VM is the appropriate size for your workload and that you have configured it correctly for your use case.

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