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Windows Server 2022 – 1 User CAL (Perpetual) [Educational]

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Windows Server 2022 Remote Desktop Services – 1 Device CAL (Perpetual) [Educational] allows users to access applications, data and or a desktop running on a remote computer over a network. Windows Server 2022 is built on the strong foundation of Windows Server 2019 and brings many innovations on three key themes: security, Azure hybrid integration and management, and application platform. The new security capabilities in Windows Server 2022 combine other security capabilities in Windows Server across multiple areas to provide defense-in-depth protection against advanced threats. Advanced multi-layer security in Windows Server 2022 provides the comprehensive protection that servers need today. HTTPS and TLS 1.3 are now enabled by default on Windows Server 2022, protecting the data of clients connecting to the server. It eliminates obsolete cryptographic algorithms, enhances security over older versions, and aims to encrypt as much of the handshake as possible. Increase efficiency and agility with built-in hybrid capabilities in Windows Server 2022 that allow organizations to extend data centers to Azure more easily than ever before. Azure Arc enabled servers with Windows Server 2022 brings on-premises and multi-cloud Windows Servers to Azure with Azure Arc. This management experience is designed to be consistent with how you manage native Azure virtual machines. When a hybrid machine is connected to Azure, it becomes a connected machine and is treated as a resource in Azure.

Features

  • Advanced multi-layer security
  • Azure hybrid integration and management
  • Application platform

Benefits

  • Securely connect remote users
  • Get access from managed or unmanaged devices
  • Connect to session-based or virtual-machine-based desktops
  • Use datacenter apps within corporate networks or from the internet