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Azure RemoteApp Service - Things to know - Part 3

You can access corporate applications like the Office applications from anywhere using a variety of devices. In the last post you saw a Windows Client accessing WORD application on the 'hodenremote' service instance on Azure RemoteApp service.

Creating a Service:
Read here:
http://hodentek.blogspot.com/2014/07/creating-azure-remoteapp-service-now-in.html

Using the service:
Read here:
http://hodentek.blogspot.com/2014/07/using-azure-remoteapp-service-part-2.html

In this post you will learn a few more things about the 'other' clients as well as the terms for using the preview service.

You can have other clients on other platforms as well.
Get to this page to look at other clients:


Click on See all clients.


Get the App for iPad here:



 
Get the App for Android here:
 
All clients work with Azure RemoteApp the same way.
You get the scalability benefits as the service is coming down the cloud and you can centralize your assets in one location instead of being spread out. This is more secure.

Right now this service is in preview but when it goes into production there will be charges for using the service.

These are the terms for now for using this service per Microsoft.
  •  Microsoft is offering the Azure RemoteApp free during preview.
  • With your preview service, you are allowed to build two instances and 10 users for each instance.
  • Your Azure RemoteApp preview service will be cancelled if it is unused for 7 consecutive days.
  • You will be notified two business days prior to any action taken on your account.
  • Please contact us if you would like to request a quota increase during preview. Quota increases are provided on a best effort basis and are subject to availability. 

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