Azure VDI - Streaming application Questions

Daniel Nascimento 281 Reputation points


We are thinking about start using Azure VDI for streaming our application to the users.

About that there are still a few things that i do not understund very well.

1st - Do we need an ADDS service? Or can we use Azure AD only?
2nd - About the licensings, how do we migrate our User CALs RDS to azure VDI?
3rd - The pricing for streaming applications is the same for multi-session desktops?
4th - We only want to use the app streaming so do we need the User CALs license or an ADDS? Or the licenses are different?

Thanks in advance,
Daniel Nascimento

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Azure Virtual Desktop
A Microsoft desktop and app virtualization service that runs on Azure. Previously known as Windows Virtual Desktop.
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  1. Alan Kinane 16,811 Reputation points MVP
    1. Azure AD is now supported but with some limitations -
    2. If using Windows 10 as the OS to host your application then licensing is generally down through M365 per user licensing -
    3. Yes, unless you are providing access to external customers which has a different license model -
    4. You will need a license to access the service per user regardless. You may require an AD DS service depending on your needs but no CALs required for this.

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