Can I use a GPU with RemoteFX on a Terminal Server

I have a pretty beefy Dell PowerEdge R720 with 96gig Mem, SSD drives and two 6 core CPU's. I bought a NVidia GPU with 4gig memory. I added it to the server. Setup HyperV. I loaded the roles needed to have the GPU show up in HyperV Settings. I installed 4 Virtual Servers. A Terminal Server 2012. A Domain Controller, File Server and Exchange Server. I have about 12 users on the Terminal Server but they run a lot of Graphic Intense stuff. However I can't get the Terminal Server to load the RemoteFX Hardware into the Virtual Machine. It isn't an option. All I have are options to add SCSI Controller, Network Adapter and Fibre Channel Adapter but no RemoteFX Card. Can this be done?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
It simply cannot be done. This is a known and documented limitation.
aandoAuthor Commented:
@ Cliff Galiher.... So what do people do if they need to have any kind of graphics in a hosted solution? Do they have to use Virtual Desktops instead of Terminal Server? And if that is the case I thought Microsoft had funny licensing issues with that?
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stealth82Commented:
most use citrix. have a look as ucs servers with K1 or k2 cards.
Cliff GaliherCommented:
Yes, VDI is the way to offer enhanced graphics in a virtual environment. VDI licensing is indeed more complex. And if you are a hoster, there is no SPLA option, so it is simply not possible to offer GPU accelerated desktops as a hosted service.

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aandoAuthor Commented:
Not what I wanted to hear but the truth.
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