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I have a desktop application that I'd like to make commercially available via remote access.

Thus a user would remote into a machine, enter their username and password and then be able to access the application.

It'd be as if I were setting up a terminal server.

Does anyone know of companies that provide "terminal server" types of access that I am looking for?  In other words I don't want to obtain a term server, etc.  Want to outsource it.
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Most VPS companies (Virtual Private Server) can do that. They will have a Windows 2012 image ready, and you just tell them what you want (CPU, memory, bandwidth, how many Windows users, how many Office users, how many Remote Desktop users). According to this info, you will pay xx amount per month.
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Thanks!  Sounds like what I am looking for.
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