Microsoft will be introducing a new Windows SKU to its product line-up called "Windows 10 Enterprise for Remote Sessions."
According to Mary Jo Foley, this edition will provide "a new "multi-session" capability for Windows 10 that would allow users to provide remote desktop/app access to a small set of users from Windows 10 Enterprise, not Server." Earlier this year, my contacts said Microsoft planned to offer multiple options to provide remote desktop/app access. Individual Windows 10 Enterprise users would continue to have the option to run a single Windows 10 desktop virtually. Additionally, customers who want to make apps available remotely to a small number of users will be able to go with Windows 10 Multi Session, rather than having to rely on Windows Server, my contacts said.