N/APosted on - 11/04/2012
I'm going with a common designing firm that prefers to move far from weighty distinct workstations and utilize a remote desktop virtualization fix to run Autodesk on remote servers, so builds can work from home, and so forth.
Specifically, I am looking for comments from other users that are already using Autodesk this way.
Using autodesk 2012 via remote desktop from home
The 3D software is a blow up for designing now a day. You know from the NY freedom tower to Tesla electric car Autodesk is using. But first of all you have to have a very good server to have the hardware support. By using remote desktop it impossible to use but if you fail to manage a 2 Mbps connection in-between your workstation and server you may an experience a hell I guarantee.
So not develop a high configuration Server but also develop a high speed connection between them.
Thanks for sharing.