Introduction to WVD and how to use Azure DevOps for Image

Quick introduction to WVD and how to use Azure DevOps for Image and Software management.
Windows Virtual Desktop is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud and allows you to create a full desktop virtualization environment in your Azure subscription.

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Consultant at Brainpulse IT

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