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Main difference of 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 RDS

Postby chicagotech » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:07 am

As we know, RD Connection Broker is the brain of the RDS deployment which is responsible for directing clients to an available RD Session Host, reconnecting to existing sessions. It manages all session collections and published RemoteApps. It distributes the RDS configuration among the farm members. Having a single RD Connection Broker server creates a single point of failure. Back in 2008 R2, connection broker had a big disadvantage. We was able to configure High Availability but only as active / passive. Second server was used only when the first server failed. This provided high availability but not scalability. This is not the case any more (That was changed in RDS 2012) and now we can have multiple ative connection brokers in a single RDS environment.
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