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What is Azure Remote Desktop Services?
Azure Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is a VDI solution for Azure, which provides secure access to applications and desktops. RDS allows end users to access their applications and desktops remotely from the cloud, using mobile phones and desktop devices. RDS is a legacy service, replaced by the new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) technology, offered at Azure. In this article we explain how RDS works, the differences between RDS and WVD, and how you can decide what to do.
Azure Cloud Sandbox
Azure Cloud Sandbox is designed to provide a real, open space for Azure to learn by doing and pushing and ACG lessons. We offer a variety of tools and services within Azure, so you have a lot of options when working with your training. Follow other labs, practice specific areas or just explore!
💠 Free RDP via Microsoft Sandbox (CPU 2core – 8GB Ram – 256 SSD) 💠
Here this tutorial using Azure Cloud Shell to create Virtual Machine on Microsoft Learn Sandbox.
😎 Its Four Hours RDP Completely Free.
- Microsoft Account
- Remote Desktop App (Android/Windows)
- Simple creation, unlimited quantity
- 8GB RAM
- 2 CPU
- 255 GB HDD
- Windows Server 2022
- Download speed 75Mb/s
- Can only be used for 4 hours
- Remote speed is not as fast as Microsoft Azure VPS
THIS IS ONLY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES DON'T USE FOR MINING OR ILLEGAL USE THIS IS NOT WORK WITH ROBLOX
Windows 10 / 11
Step 1:- Click on the button here and a new link will be generated for you. Your IP address will be added
Click Buuton Microsoft Azure Sandbox Server link
Step 2:- This module requires a sandbox to complete. The sandbox gives you access to free resources. Your personal registration will not be charged. The sandbox can only be used to complete training in Microsoft Learn. Use for any other reason is not permitted, and may result in permanent loss of access to the sandbox.
Microsoft provides this lab experience and related content for educational purposes. All information submitted to Microsoft is for the sole purpose of learning about the covered products and services in this Microsoft Learners’ module.
Click Sign in to activate sandbox Button
Step_3:- If you already have a Microsoft account you can login and create a new account and enter your own phone number & gmail here.
Step 4:- Verify your account
Please solve (captcha) this puzzle so we know you are a real person. and click Verify. and wait Checking sandbox availability…
Step 5:- Sandbox activated! Time remaining: 4 hr. You have used 1 of 10 sandboxes for today. More sandboxes will be available tomorrow.
You will be able to re-start the Sandbox server 10 times each day and once you re-start it will run for four 4 continuously
That means you can use 40 hours in 1 day. 4 x 10 = 40 hours
Step 6:- After that the cammand that I will give will run by cammand the cloud shell. Paste this into Cloud Shell :
Windows 10 RDP Start Run this Command :
Windows 11 RDP Start Run this Command :
Step 7:- Enter the number of the server on which you want to take RDP and enter it. Then type and enter the speech number of the Windows version you want to give & Start – VM Location: Random
1. HK - East Asia
2. US - East US
3. EU - West Europe
4. JP - Japan East
5. AU - Australia
6. KR - Korea South
Please select your Azure VM region (type number then press enter):
1. Windows Server 2022 + VS Code + VS Studio
2. Windows 10 Enterprise + MS365 APP
3. Windows 11 Enterprise + MS365 APP
4. Windows 11 Azure Virtual Desktop
5. Windows 10 Azure Virtual Desktop
6. Windows 10 Pro (User Request)
7. Windows 11 Pro (User Request)
Please select your Azure VM windows (type number then press enter):
Step 8:- Now Windows Server will be setup and will have to wait some time for it to be installed. Setting Up, Cheking VM server Pleasw Wait….
Step 9:- After a while VM and RDP will start and give you his IP address. Copy the IP address and paste it in your. Remote Desktop App (Android/Windows) And login you RDP
Wait for it to setup the windows 11 machine
*After its done it will give you the ip address of the rdp/vps *
open remote desktop client on windows type the ip and use the credentials provided
FAQ: Script stuck at checking…? Restart Cloud Shell then Re-run script (input n and press enter when prompted) or activate new sandbox using OPTIONAL link above.