This is part 5 in a series of articles on using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and JSON templates to create a full Remote Desktop Services environment in Azure IaaS.
Let’s briefly reiterate what was previously covered on this subject. It all started with a first RDS deployment on Azure IaaS covered in the article Full HA RDS 2016 deployment in Azure IaaS in < 30 minutes, Azure Resource Manager FTW! Although this first template already creates a high available RDS environment on Azure, many improvements and features have been added after that. In a second article called RDS on Azure IaaS using ARM & JSON part 2 I covered adding SSL certificate management, the creation of Session Collections, and setting session time out settings. To help visualize what is going on during the automated creation of the environment I created a third article in which I published 2 short videos’ which were also shown at Microsoft Ignite 2016. Up until now the automated RDS deployment was based on the default Windows Server 2016 TP5 image in Azure for the RD Session Host role. Last week after Windows Server 2016 became GA, I […]