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    Thumbs up Citrix or Microsoft RDP

    In fact, Citrix wrote the original RDS code and licensed it to Microsoft. Citrix’s central management tools make expanding and monitoring infrastructure simpler than ever before. It focuses on ensuring that the user experience is greater than using a conventional desktop.

    The industry leaders for Thin Client applications are Citrix Systems and Microsoft Corporation. This post deals with similarities and differences between their remote desktop solutions.

    What Is a Remote Desktop?
    Remote Desktop protocol refers to a device that automatically attaches to another, shares the function of its mouse and keyboard, and displays it. Remote Desktop is typically accessed via port 3389. Most of the people today, look to buy RDP online on the websites.

    What is a Remote Desktop used for?
    is a method for employees to use a single server to view their individual user accounts over remote client sessions. It is remote because the processing capacity of the application you are dealing with, does not happen in the same location as you are.

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    Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is the core of any virtualization. While Microsoft uses RDP, Citrix uses HDX and the major difference starts from here. With RDS, every user interacts directly with RDP on the server.

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