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    A place to hear from the Microsoft Product Development Team who develops Windows Multipoint Server 2012 and 2011, a turnkey desktop virtualization solution for educational institutions and small businesses worldwide.
    This topic introduces Microsoft MultiPoint Server, which enables multiple stations to be connected to one computer quickly and easily. Multiple users can then share one computer at the same time.
    Describes Update Rollup 2 for Windows MultiPoint Server 2012.
    Fixes a problem in which a "STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE" status is displayed in Device Manager for a USB CD/DVD drive that is connected to a station in Windows Multipoint Server 2012.
    Describes an issue that occurs when you use the Connect a Computer to the Server wizard to connect a computer that is running Windows Multipoint Server 2012 Premium to Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials.
    Describes an optional update that adds support for pointing devices that use absolute coordinates to connect to a local station on a computer that is running Windows MultiPoint Server 2010.
    Update Rollup 1.2 for Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 resolves issues that were found in MultiPoint Server 2011 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all MultiPoint Server 2011 customers.
    Describes an update for Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 that resolves issues in which the audio from a PS/2 station is not connected to the correct audio device.
    Describes an optional update that lets users choose between two performance profiles to improve mouse performance on a computer that is running Windows MultiPoint Server 2011.
    Describes an optional update that adds support for local and remote station devices that use custom RDS listeners to connect to a computer that is running Windows MultiPoint Server 2011.

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