Some days ago, we announced on our blog that it is now possible to deploy Windows 11 virtual desktops with UDS Enterprise, our connection broker for VDI, application virtualization and remote access to devices. Today we confirm our software's compatibility with the latest version of another Microsoft technology, in this case, to manage and deliver both virtual desktops and virtualized applications to users: Windows Server 2022.
The UDS Enterprise team has carried out all the appropriate tests to verify the perfect functioning of a desktop and application virtualization solution with UDS Enterprise and Windows Server 2022. This new release joins the other versions supported by this connection broker to serve Windows virtual desktops to users: Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. Regarding the virtualization of Windows applications with UDS Enterprise, the supported Microsoft systems are Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2012 R2.
Incorporating support for Windows Server 2022 in the stable version of UDS Enterprise responds to the philosophy of Virtual Cable. The company behind the VDI software strives to offer IT administrators freedom to use the most recent editions of the solutions that best adapt to their needs to build a virtualization infrastructure.
This flexibility is also transferred to end-users, who can access their Windows virtual desktops and applications with UDS Enterprise through any endpoint and operating system. Together with the intrinsic advantage of UDS Enterprise of providing 24x7 access, these possibilities allow configuring a ubiquitous workplace, securely accessible at any time, from any place and device.
Windows Server 2022 enhancements
Windows Server 2022 support allows IT professionals to take advantage of the new features introduced by Microsoft in this new release. These include notable improvements in security, nested virtualization for AMD processors, or better network performance with the UDP protocol.
Linux virtual desktops and applications
In addition to Windows virtual desktops and applications, UDS Enterprise can manage and deploy Linux VDI and vApp, expanding the options to create a versatile, efficient and profitable environment tailored to all user groups in the organization.
Both Windows and Linux virtual desktops and applications, in addition to remotely accessible devices, are automatically and centrally managed from a single control panel, simplifying IT work and improving efficiency and productivity.
For more information, you can contact the UDS Enterprise team at email@example.com