Server virtualization in Windows Server 2012 R2 is based on a module called a hypervisor. Sometimes called a virtual machine monitor (VMM), the hypervisor is responsible for abstracting the computer’s physical hardware and creating multiple virtualized hardware environments, called VMs. Each VM has its own (virtual) hardware configuration and can run a separate copy of an operating system (OS). Therefore, with sufficient physical hardware and the correct licensing, a single computer running Windows Server 2012 R2 with the Hyper-V role installed can support multiple VMs, which administrators can manage as if they were standalone computers.
RemoteFX enables remote computers to connect Hyper-V guest VMs with an enhanced desktop experience, including graphics adapter virtualization, USB redirection, and intelligent encoding and decoding. Don’t expect many questions about RemoteFX on the exam.
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