Greetings from the Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) Community Newsletter (September 21st, 2023)

We are delighted to present the 28th edition of our community newsletter, released on September 21th, 2023. Our primary objective is to provide you with indispensable insights, tactics, and guidance to enhance your experience with Azure Virtual Desktop.

As our community thrives and grows, we extend a heartfelt greeting to all our new members. Whether you’re an experienced IT professional or just starting your journey in the realm of virtual desktop infrastructure, we encourage you to actively participate in discussions, share your expertise, and provide valuable feedback. Your input is incredibly valuable to us as it allows us to improve our services and foster a supportive environment for everyone involved. Welcome aboard!

Community Contributions

Azure Windows Virtual Desktop administration with WVDAdmin

Azure Virtual Desktop is now available in ARM and Classic (Fall) versions! For those seeking a more intuitive configuration and image handling, have a look at the newly crafted a native Windows application to help streamline your setup. Excited about the golden image approach? Dive into the new tool and see how it can elevate your Azure experience. Stay updated and share with your colleagues! Read the full post here by Marcel MeurerWVDAdmin – A native administration Gui for Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) / Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)

Microsoft Links

Announcing general availability of Azure Virtual Desktop Custom Image Templates

Microsoft announced the general availability of AVD custom image templates. REad the full announcement here. Announcing general availability of Azure Virtual Desktop Custom Image Templates – Microsoft Community Hub

What’s new in the Remote Desktop client for Windows

  • Fixed an issue when using the default display settings and a change is made to the system display settings, where the bar does not show when hovering over top of screen after it is hidden.
  • Improved client logging, diagnostics, and error classification to help admins troubleshoot connection and feed issues.

and much more, read the full announcement here: What’s new in the Remote Desktop client for Windows

Events

 

Wrap up

As we conclude another edition of the AVD Community Newsletter, we want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support and active engagement. Your contributions, insights, and enthusiasm play a vital role in maintaining the vibrancy, inclusivity, and forward-thinking spirit of our community.

Stay connected with us through social media channels and join the ongoing conversations on the AVD Community forums. We look forward to your participation in upcoming events, webinars, and workshops. Together, let’s continue to cultivate a thriving ecosystem that drives innovation and success in the AVD industry.

Until we meet again, stay curious, stay informed, and stay connected.

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