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Windows Virtual Desktop Rebranded to Azure Virtual Desktop

When Microsoft announced the cloud-based Windows Virtual Desktop as a service on Microsoft Azure nearly three years ago, it provided enterprise customers with a desktop and app virtualization capability for any Windows 10 workload. Then the pandemic happened and shifted work to remote locations throughout the world. The service proved its worth in that environment and the company has now decided to rebrand it as Azure Virtual Desktop. For IT pros and administrators, from a practical standpoint, this name change will prevent any potential confusion with the existing Virtual Desktop feature in Windows 10 client which allows users to have multiple “desktops” on their device for managing open applications and software. The two services are completely unrelated to each other...

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