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02-12-14

Teradici University Videos

A mercifully brief blog post today – if you’re looking to get down and dirty with PCoIP (and who isn’t?), there are some excellent free training videos on Teradici’s website. 136 more words

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Horizon View 6.0 Load Balancing Part 1#VDM30in30

Redundancy needs to be a consideration when building and deploying business critical systems. As user’s desktops are moved into the data center, Horizon View becomes a Tier 0 application that needs to be available 24/7 as users will not be able to work if they can’t get access to a desktop. 675 more words

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28-11-14

Notes From The Trenches : Horizon View Multimedia and Graphics Tuning

In the last few weeks I’ve spent a lot of time with different customers from different verticals looking at the performance of multimedia playback and hardware graphics rendering for applications. 2,040 more words

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IE11 Enterprise Mode bug in Non-Persistent VDI desktops (Website List Not initializing)

Over the last few weeks I have been brushing up on my VDI skills. Specifically VMware View running non-persistent Windows 7 desktops with IE11 installed. To guarantee compatibility with legacy applications and sites we utilized IE11 Enterprise mode with a website list. 448 more words

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Revisiting The Horizon View Start-Recompose Script #VDM30in30

Last September, I posted a script that I had written to address a few issues in the Horizon View environment that I managed at the time. 233 more words

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Troubleshooting Tip – The resource ‘104’ is in use

View Administrator experienced a strange issue not long before a scheduled upgrade to Horizon 6. Each time Composer attempted to spin up a new desktop, the task would error out in vCenter with the error The resource ‘104’ is in use. 309 more words

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18-11-14

UK VMUG Event Review

Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending the fourth UK-VMUG annual conference at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull. For those that didn’t make it, I’ve put together an event review for your viewing pleasure. 2,624 more words

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