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Desktop virtualization differs from server virtualization in several ways. They provide an interactive workload and high responsiveness for an end user. They also make it possible to increase management system scalability by two orders of magnitude. They are less sophisticated than server virtualization and they use Microsoft Active Directory for system integration. When you are purchasing desktop virtualization products be sure to look for ones that do peripherals virtualization, that have high density, and that are scalable and open.