New Features and Enhancements:
- Disaster Recovery Pools are available for Azure remote desktops as a licensed option. They are configured like other desktop pools and are disabled by default. If an incident occurs, you can enable them for your users.
- For Cloud Desktops:
- The “Reboot” option has been expanded to check the status of the VM, if the VM is powered off, it will be powered on. If it is powered on, the VM will be rebooted.
- If a problem persists on an Azure VM, you can redeploy it to a different Azure node. This can be done by using the “Redeploy VM” dropdown menu on Resources > VDI Pools > “VDI Pool Name” > Manage Virtual Desktops page.
- On the VDI and RD pools pages, you can now filter by Status.
- The HTML5 Gateway now supports multi-factor authentication. The multi-factor authentication challenge supports only voice callback verification.