Win server 2012. The sound on the virtual machine, the virtual audio card?

Hello. There are VDS in windows server 2012, it is the translation of the audio stream (a kind of transport for Skype/conferences).

The scheme is as follows - Skype is set as the column device "Remote audio", but the sound is already in the stream, the problem is that it is "Remote audio" only works when you are connected to this VDS as a remote desktop. As soon as we leave with URS - the sound disappears.

Are there any built-in tools/services/cunning drivers in win server in this case? May be able to unload the driver "Remote audio" even if there is no connection.
Virtual Audio Cable is installed, but not running, the device does not appear, although on the home laptop runs fine under win8 this version of VAC.

This is my very first experience with win server...)
June 27th 19 at 15:33
4 answers
June 27th 19 at 15:35
Solution
To answer your question yourself: on hyper-V you CANNOT install the virtual appliance. The device of "Remote sound" off when you disconnect from RDP.
Found ingeniously stupid decision: buy one VDS, cheapest, connect to him via rdp. You can even server on linux (cheap Linux VDS bulk).

As a result, the connection is maintained, the device continues to operate. Plus - buy a small VDS is cheaper than to move to a dedicated server. Minus the crutch of which still need to search.
June 27th 19 at 15:37
Solution
Also faced this problem and found a more brilliant stupid decision due to the response of the author:
0. Have a VDS with the user admin_1 a stream audio using the remote audio. ~
1. Create one more user admin_2 on VDS and give him admin rights. ~
2. Connect to remote desktop through task VDS user admin_2. ~
3. Connect to the target VDS also means remote desktop as the user admin_2 user - admin_1. ~
4. Disconnect from user admin_2, the connection admin_2 => admin_1 remains. ~
5. ~~~~~~~~
6. ~PROFIT~

As a result, the connection is maintained, the device continues to operate.
Plus~plus - buy extra VDS there is no need.
Minus the wheelchair, which still need to search.
Lol. Will also do, it seems. Another of Lithgow - I sometimes sound over RDP stuttered, the translation of it, too. In the end, after the Manager pointed to the broadcast worked on all the cores except the first one, now the wind is calm he uses the first kernel to fit your goals and sound no longer slow. - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 15:40
June 27th 19 at 15:39
The answer is a terminal server and you have existing conditions - no way. The sound in the session, the terminal server is served by a terminal server no sessions, no sound card and "virtual" no.
To broadcast audio from one computer to another use other solutions such as icecast icecast.org/.
Well ascast from the take sound if I need to take it out of Windows? - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 15:42
Apparently you configure it, at least ;-) - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 15:45
: well, that's where he'll be taking the sound if I need to get sound working under Windows application in it?
If this application itself is NOWHERE to send the sound, I passed out. - tyreek_Heidenreich commented on June 27th 19 at 15:48
I see you don't really bother reading the documentation and searching
sound.stackexchange.com/questions/22921/stream-win... - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 15:51
: well, You resumit campaign. Iskast takes a sound with a device driver where the app plays a sound it will play to your askest for?! Here I passed out in no audio device, absolutely no. Where my application will play a sound? Yes, anywhere. Where it will take isast? NOWHERE. - tyreek_Heidenreich commented on June 27th 19 at 15:54
I'm telling you, you don't particularly bother with the material part. At least so https://superuser.com/questions/117625/how-to-crea... - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 15:57
: obviously You are reading the question. Virtual machine, hyperV can not put the virtual audio devices. The answer is found, but mediocre. - tyreek_Heidenreich commented on June 27th 19 at 16:00
Hmm... And where is your question an indication of Hyper-V? On qemu, vmware aforementioned driver up. - terrell_Satterfield commented on June 27th 19 at 16:03
June 27th 19 at 15:41
We have something working.
But not I set. Don't know how.

But it really works.

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