Document Revisions - RD Gateway on AWS

Document Revisions

Date Change Location
March 2020 Removed Appendix A; renamed Appendix B to Appendix A. Appendix A, Appendix B
October 2019 Modified the note for existing VPC deployment scenario. Step 2. Launch the Quick Start
June 2017 Added Auto Scaling group for RD Gateway instances, Elastic IP address assignments, and S3 portability enhancements. Removed Active Directory server IP dependency. Reorganized and revised guide to focus on automated deployments. Changes throughout guide
September 2016 Added parameters for configuring the location of Quick Start assets; clarified post-deployment steps. Deployment Steps
July 2016 Updated the templates to use NAT gateways and an updated VPC configuration; added template for domain-joined RD Gateway instances. Deployment Steps
September 2015 Changed the default type for RD Gateway instances from m3.xlarge to m4.xlarge for better performance and price. Deployment Steps
March 2015 Optimized the underlying VPC design to support expansion and to reduce complexity. Architecture diagram
November 2014 Changed the default type for NATInstanceType to t2.small to support the Europe (Frankfurt) region. Deployment Steps
April 2014 Initial publication


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