One of the tasks that you perform to give users remote access to session-based desktops is to create a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktop pool. An RDS desktop pool has properties that can satisfy some specific needs of a remote desktop deployment.
Understanding RDS Desktop Pools An RDS desktop pool is one of three types of desktop pools that you can create. This type of pool was known as a Microsoft Terminal Services pool in previous View releases.
Create an RDS Desktop Pool You create an RDS desktop pool as part of the process to give users access to RDS desktops.
Desktop Pool Settings for RDS Desktop Pools You can specify certain pool settings when you create an RDS desktop pool. Not all pool settings apply to all types of desktop pools.
Troubleshooting Instant Clones in the Internal VM Debug Mode You can use the internal VM debug mode to troubleshoot internal virtual machines in instant-clone farms. With the internal VM debug mode, you can analyze failed internal virtual machines before these virtual machines are deleted. You must enable the internal VM debug mode before you create an instant-clone farm.
Adobe Flash Quality and Throttling You can specify a maximum allowable level of quality for Adobe Flash content that overrides Web page settings. If Adobe Flash quality for a Web page is higher than the maximum level allowed, quality is reduced to the specified maximum. Lower quality results in more bandwidth savings.
Configure Adobe Flash Throttling with Internet Explorer for RDS Desktop Pools To ensure that Adobe Flash throttling works with Internet Explorer in RDS desktops, users must enable third-party browser extensions.