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Horizon 7.0 Part 12–Understanding Horizon Remote Access

When you decouple the user from the physical hardware that sits on their desk, you provide new opportunities to change the way they work because they are no longer tethered to their desk. 1,101 more words

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Horizon 7 and App Volumes 2.x Updates

VMware has been committed to adding new features with every Horizon Suite point update, and the latest updates, announced yesterday, are no exception.

The Horizon 7.0.3 update, in conjunction with vSphere 6.5, adds several long-awaited features ( 466 more words

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Horizon 7.0 Part 11–Desktop Pools

If you have ever worked with SCCM, you may have used Collections to group desktops together for application deployments or patch management. Collections provide a way to group users and computers for organization and resource management. 1,759 more words

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The best thin client is still free

A couple years ago, I wrote about why thin clients are a waste of money.  It’s not just that. One of the latest features of the Horizon View client is H.264 decoding.   236 more words

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Playing with nVIDIA GRID on VMware and Citrix accelerated graphics remoting solutions - Get Started User Guides

{Firstly, apologies to all the readers for the delay in sharing this through my blog though it is available online. Thought before it disappears online or the URLs goes missing or bad, i should record it in my blog.} 163 more words

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Horizon 7.0 Part 10–Building Your Desktop Golden Images

A virtual desktop environment is nothing without virtual desktops.  Poorly performing virtual desktops and applications, or virtual desktops and remote desktop session hosts that aren’t configured properly for the applications that are being deployed, can turn users off to modern end user computing solutions and sink the project. 2,110 more words

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Horizon 7.0 Part 9–Configuring Horizon for the First Time

Now that the Connection Server and Composer are installed, it’s time to configure the components to actually work together with vCenter to provision and manage desktop pools. 1,029 more words

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