RDP with Linux; is this Protocol & Client OS combination a use-case for you?
RDP with Linux can be a perfect, affordable remoting protocol and Client operating system (OS) combination for specific VDI/RDSH end users. So, who are the end users this is right for? And, why is this so?
RDP with Linux Clients; who is this right for, and why?
If your IT budget is watchful and your end users don’t really require high-end graphic, video, or audio capabilities, then the combination of using RDP on Linux-based Clients is probably something you may want to consider as a remoting protocol and Client operating system for your use-case. Running RDP with Linux as a VDI/RDSH Client often leverages what’s known as “FreeRDP.