Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) are both technologies that allow users to access a remote desktop, but they have some key differences.
RDS is a Microsoft-specific technology that allows multiple users to connect to a single remote Windows-based server, and it is typically used for tasks such as remote application access and remote administration. On the other hand, VDI is a more general-purpose technology that allows each user to connect to their own individual virtualized desktop running on a remote server. Here is a detailed comparison between the two to help you make the right decision:
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