Saturday, December 29, 2012 11:46 AM
I have an urgent case, I have two RDVH named cloud01 and cloud02, my RDCB install in cloud01 as a Hyper-V VM named rdcb01.
I find sometime the RDMS Console UI in rdcb01 will hang, The UI keep refreshing and with no collection can be show in the UI, actually I have three collections.
But I try to use Powershell cmdlet to manage or show the status of my RDS, everything is ok.
So I think something hang my UI, but I don't know why.
Asuka from ITECN
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Wednesday, January 02, 2013 3:09 AM
Windows Server 2012 includes a new installation type, "Remote Desktop Services installation". This new installation type makes deploying and managing your RDS infrastructure much simpler. Connection Broker is a critical role in an RDS infrastructure that is installed when using the new type. The RDMS service is also installed on the Connection Broker when the new method is used. The RDMS service is the engine behind the new UI and cannot be installed using the classic "Role-based or feature-based installation" type.
Important: You should use the new RDS installation method, even in the case of a single Remote Desktop Session Host. This is because RDS deployments can now only be managed through RDMS or via Windows PowerShell.
Have you followed the this bolg to configruate the RDMS?
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Friday, January 04, 2013 3:34 PMYes, I install the RDMS by Remote Desktop Services installation , but still exist the hang UI issue.
Asuka from ITECN