Windows Server 2008 R2 Glossary - P
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
Glossary - P
Per Device licensing mode
A mode in which the remote desktop server requests an RDS Per Device client access license (RDS Per Device CAL) from a Remote Desktop license server so that a device can connect remotely to the remote desktop server.
Per User licensing mode
A mode in which the remote desktop server requests an RDS Per User client access license (RDS Per User CAL) from a Remote Desktop license server so that a user can connect remotely to the remote desktop server.
per-program IP virtualization
A mode that is configured on the remote desktop server in which specified programs are assigned unique virtual IP addresses, while all other programs use the IP address of the remote desktop server.
per-session IP virtualization
A mode that is configured on the remote desktop server in which all programs in a client session use the same virtual IP address. Each client session is assigned a unique virtual IP address.
personal virtual desktop
A virtual machine that is assigned to a specific user account in Active Directory Domain Services and made available to the user by using RemoteApp and Desktop Connection.
A hardware-based computer, as opposed to a software-based virtual machine.
In Windows PowerShell, to send the results of the preceding command as input to the next command in the pipeline.
A series of commands connected by pipeline operators (|) (ASCII 124). Each pipeline operator sends the results of the preceding command as input to the next command.
An object containing Group Policy settings related to a preference extension in a Group Policy object (GPO). Each preference extension allows you to create one or more types of preference item. Each type has different properties. A GPO can contain multiple preference items for each preference extension.
preference item-level targeting
A form of filtering that uses targeting items to change the scope of an individual preference item so that it applies only to selected users or computers.
A type of Windows PowerShell session that is created, managed, and closed by the user.