What is new in Azure Virtual Desktop for April 2022

Here's what changed in April 2022:


Intune device configuration for Windows multisession now generally available

Deploying Intune device configuration policies from Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to Windows multisession VMs on Azure Virtual Desktop is now generally available. Learn more at Using Azure Virtual Desktop multi-session with Intune and our blog post.


Scheduled Agent Updates public preview

Scheduled Agent Updates is a new feature in public preview that lets IT admins specify the time and day the Azure Virtual Desktop agent, side-by-side stack, and Geneva Monitoring agent will update. For more information, see our blog post.


RDP Shortpath for public networks now in public preview

A new feature for RDP Shortpath is now in public preview. With this feature, RDP Shortpath can provide a direct UDP-based network transport for user sessions over public networks. Learn more at Azure Virtual Desktop RDP Shortpath for public networks (preview) and our blog post.


The Azure Virtual Desktop web client has a new URL

Starting April 18, 2022, the Azure Virtual Desktop and Azure Virtual Desktop (classic) web clients will redirect to a new URL. For more information, see our blog post.

0 Replies