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Use Azure DevTest Labs to configure a remote desktop gateway for your lab to ensure secure access to the virtual machines (VMs) without having to expose the RDP port.
PowerShell module now available to simplify management of labs
Azure DevTest Labs now lets you configure a shared image gallery in your lab
Configure resource group control for your lab.
When you’re creating a VM in your lab, you can now select a CIS Windows Server 2016 Benchmark L2 image.
Configure enforcing auto-shutdown schedule for your lab.
We're releasing a public repository of Azure Resource Manager templates for each lab.
In DevTest Labs, you can set a list of mandatory artifacts that will be applied on every machine created within your lab.
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the username and password for the machine are now pre-filled.
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the name of the machine is now pre-filled with a unique, automatically generated name.
You can resize a lab virtual machine in Azure DevTest Labs.
Azure Lab Services, the simple and easy way to create a computer lab in the cloud, is now in preview. Azure Lab Services is an expansion of Azure DevTest Labs that allows you to create fully customized, shareable, and secure labs.
You can redeploy a lab virtual machine so that you don't waste time troubleshooting your remote desktop connection or application access to a Windows-based Azure virtual machine.
Azure DevTest Labs is available in Azure Government.
When you're creating a VM in your lab, you can select a Hortonworks image.
You can set an expiration date and time for a lab announcement, so you don't have to manually remove the announcement later.
Set up internal support information for your lab.
As a lab user, you can now create a custom image from a licensed image (Data science, Bitnami, Kali Linux).
In DevTest Labs, you can post announcements to notify users about recent changes or additions to your lab.
You can select a Kali Linux image when you're creating a VM in your lab.