Bare Metal Windows 2016 Server install with Tesla M60

Hi - Couldn’t find the proper forum for a non vGPU issue, but I’ve got a Windows Server 2016 ibstall on a Dell R730 and after installing the driver the system appears to recognize that the M60 is installed.

The plan it to access the server exclusively over RDP but I want to make sure I’m using the M60 as my Display driver - Is there anything special I need to do, or another forum I can post this too.



On Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2012, Remote Desktop Services (RDS) sessions on the RD Session Host server use the Microsoft Basic Render Driver as the default adapter. To use the GPU in RDS sessions on Windows Server 2012, enable the Use the hardware default graphics adapter for all Remote Desktop Services sessions setting in the group policy Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host > Remote Session Environment.

HI ,

I have a same problem . I’ve got a Windows Server 2016 install on the Huawei server using tesla P40 .

On windows server 2016 , how can I verify that RDP able to use the GPU ?

I can see the P40 in GPU-Z & Device manager in local , but I can’t see the P40 driver after RDP .

Thank you

Here is the list of RDS 2016 new features and improvements, that can be interesting for service providers:

Windows10-like experience
New GPU acceleration capabilities - RemoteFX improvements and Discrete Device Assignment feature
Personal Session Desktops - VDI, based on Windows Server 2016 inside the guest
New traffic protocol - RDP v10
Remote Credential Guard - protects credentials from being stolen during the logon process into RDS
New RDS clients for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android
Optimized Connection Broker - handles much more requests and can store its DB in Azure SQL Database
Simplified deployment of RDS in Azure
Integrated MultiPoint Services