I need upgrade an existing network and make it GLBA compliant
Currently, employees that work in the office, have the ability access their computers remotely with RDP/static ips/ customs rpd ports.
Remote employees use RDP to access virtual desktop guests hosted on desktop computers configured as Hyper-V servers.
I haven't provisioned a Terminal Server before and now understand the Terminal services is now called Remote desktop services(bah words)
I would like to provide a solution that will accommodate up to 50 remote users. I could continue to use desktops as Hyper-V servers or pursue deploying a RDS Server....
I'm concerned about licensing. The Cost of a server or servers to maintain redundancy, sufficient resources for optimal user experiences. Increase security while minimizing vulnerability and complying with GLBA requirements.
I have reviewed http://www.exitthefastlane.com/2016/05/native-rds-in-server2016-part-1-basics.html
And as I am typing this, I just noticed Multipoint Services which I will start to research once I submit
I'm hoping for a discussion, advice, some brainstorming so to say. Any feedback from others that may have already been down this path