New Features in Windows® 7 Enterprise Edition
Microsoft claims that the Windows 7 EnterpriseÂ edition of its newest operating system has some unique security features and IT tools. Just recently, the software giant has revealed what those different features are.
Multi Lingual User Interface: The Language Packs in Windows 7 Enterprise allow you to support up to 36 different languages, using a single Windows master image, rather than creating a separate image for each and every language used in the company.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Optimizations: It offers desktop functionality in Windows 7 using virtual machines hosted on servers solution known as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). VDI allows users to connect their systems remotely as well as imparts them the ability to reuse virtual machine (VHD) images to boot a physical PC. The feature offers better user experience in VDI scenarios, with better graphics, audio and local device support.
AppLocker: It as a secure, easy to use utility that enables IT professionals to determine exactly what is allowed to run on user desktops. It restricts unauthorized software while allowing applications, installation programs, and scripts that users need.
BitLocker & BitLocker To Go: This tool protects data on systems and provides encryption for removable drives, with manageability to enforce encryption and backup of recovery keys. Windows 7 extends BitLocker protection to USB storage devices while making the original functionality even easier to use.
Enterprise Search Scopes: It allows IT administrators to populate links to the commonly used internal sites, for instance, SharePoint sites,Â to the Windows Explorer UI or to the Start menu or in Windows 7, using Group Policy. These links simplify access to the target internal data sources on the network for corporate users.
BranchCache: Windows 7 together with Windows Server 2008 R2 provides an alternative to ease up the problems of slow connectivity, delivering increased network responsiveness of applications and giving users in remote offices an experience more like working in the main office. When BranchCache is enabled, a copy of data accessed from an intranet website or a file server is cached locally within a branch office.
DirectAccess: Windows 7, together with the network technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2, offers this network technology that allows the user to seamlessly access business network resources when on the Internet, without having to create a VPN connection.
Desktop Search: You can expand search from the desktop to Share Point sites to the Internet and then find a document wherever it may be on your computer, on your network or on the Internet.
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