How’s It Going? How Can We Do Better?

Thank you again for all those who have signed up for the public beta. I know it’s been a while since we last posted and that’s because we have been working to support our now more than 150 beta testers using the systems everyday! WhoooHooo and a big thanks!


While it’s exciting to have so many active users on the system, what we need is your feedback, suggestions, feature requests, and…honestly, who are we kidding, we’re lonely and want someone to chat with.


Please email us or call us with questions, ideas, and any possible way we can make your experience better. We want to make the software great and make sure it’s meeting your needs and living up to it’s motto “So Easy, It’s Ridiculous”. Even if you just want to tell us how great we are and that the system is perfect (Our ego’s aren’t big enough), please do.

Remember, we also have a support portal with FAQs, setup instructions, and a ticketing system to get in touch with our team (Support Portal). However, as always feel free to reach me directly at with questions or comments.

Thanks for your feedback and helping us get better so we can better serve you and help you serve your clients!

Brendon Liner
Co-Founder, Deskulous
Cloud Based RDC Manager for IT Professionals

RDS in the next version of windows

Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 brought significant enhancements to the user experience, simplified RDS management and lowered the total cost of ownership. RDS in the next version of Windows Server builds on this strong foundation and adds support for the following scenarios.

  • Enabling engineering and designer applications with OpenGL and OpenCL support: The next version of Windows Server adds full support for OpenGL (1-4.4) and OpenCL (1.1). This enables customers to centralize commonly used engineering & design applications such Adobe Photoshop. RemoteFX vGPU in the next version of Windows Server also supports a larger dedicated video memory (VRAM) – up to 1 GB and administrators can configure the amount of VRAM for each virtual machine. In addition, we also made targeted performance, reliability and application compatibility changes.
  • Simplifying single server deployments for education and retail scenarios by integrating Windows Multipoint Server (WMS) role within Windows Server : WMS is a basic, low-cost, single-server multi-user solution that enables customers to deploy a turnkey, highly durable, easy to manage solution to their sites – a ‘site’ being a location where all users are in the same physical premises. Multipoint is ideal for basic use case scenarios where (1) the server and the end user access device are in close proximity (physically connected or connected via LAN).(2) you don’t need Remote Desktop Broker or RD Gateway for your deployment. WMS stand-alone product has been providing great value for educational institutions. With the next version of Windows Server, MultiPoint is now broadly available for all commercial customers.
  • Enabling users to be productive from their devices: In order to enable our users from a variety of different device platforms, we released Microsoft Remote Desktop apps for Windows Phone, iOS, Mac OS X, and Android. Since their launch more than six million users downloaded these apps! With the real time feedback from the application stores, we have been updating these apps every month. The major update for the iOS Remote Desktop Client that we released in September 2014 included several new features such as a multi-session support, performance improvements and availability in 15 languages.