MultiPoint Server (MPS) is a technology and solution based on Windows Server and Remote Desktop Services. MPS was originally built for use in the classrooms and educational institutions and It allows you to provide low-cost sharing between MPS and user stations. User stations can be consist of only monitor, keyboard, mouse (zero clients) and be connected to MPS through USB (usb hubs), video cables or through LAN (RDP-over-LAN, if clients are not zero. for example, laptops, thin clients and etc..). MPS uses some of the RDS services (by default): RD Session Host and RD Licensing Server.
First version of MPS was released in February, 2010 . In MPS 2010 you can connect stations and host only through USB hubs and video ports.
Ability to use LAN between user stations and MPS was added only to the next version – MPS 2011 released in March, 2011.
Some of the main features of…
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