Microsoft RD Web Client (HTML5) Performance – Part 1
On January 12th we published a blog post on our first experiences with the HTML5 RD Web Client, currently in preview. We ran through the setup which is installed as an extension of the RD Web Access role. Read the entire blog post here: HTML5 client for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services 2016: Remote Desktop Web Client Now, in this multi-part article series, we will investigate the overall performance of the Microsoft HTML5 Remote Desktop Web Client (officially called the RD Web Client). Our testing focuses on the perceived end-user experience. We use REX Analytics workloads to generate automated work in the user session. We record the user experience of the primary user using Camtasia software. Then we use REX Analyzer to visually compare the recordings. To simulate a real-world scenario, we created our RDS environment in Azure (West EU) and we connected to the deployment from an office location in Amsterdam (close to the West EU Azure deployment) which generated low latency – typical of users connecting to an azure deployment from their office. Details regarding our RDS environment build out in Azure are at the end of this article. RD Web Client vs MSTSC Client In this article we […]
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