Within the month of March 2016, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp:
- Windows client was updated to address high local processer usage and enhanced graphics performance improvements
- HTML5 web client (preview) has been enabled for everyone and now supports both non-domain joined cloud and domain joined hybrid deployments, go here to login.
- Quick links for previous monthly updates for November, December, January, February for Azure RemoteApp.
The following documentation was released and updated
- We are moving to a quarterly blog updates instead of monthly effective this month, the next blog update will be July 2016.
- Estimate Azure RemoteApp network bandwidth usage
- Azure RemoteApp network bandwidth – general guidelines (if you can’t test your own)
- How do network bandwidth and quality of experience work together?
- Testing your network bandwidth usage with some common scenarios
- Learn how to Troubleshoot Azure RemoteApp – Application launch and connection failures
- Microsoft Ignite Roadshow is a 12 city worldwide tour that started in November and we’ll be there speaking on Azure RemoteApp, since the May 2015 Chicago Ignite event was such an overall success Microsoft decided to take it on the road as a roadshow in 12 cities, remaining locations are: Copenhagen, Hong Kong, and also recently a few more cities were added to include Sydney, Seoul, the Hague, Milan. Check here for dates and further information.
- Find full documentation and technical guidance here
- Start a discussion about Azure RemoteApp on the Azure discussion forums
- Submit feedback on Azure RemoteApp in feedback forums
Thank you from the entire Remote Desktop (Azure RemoteApp) team!