Step by Step – Creating VMware App Volumes AppStack

Introduction to Creating VMware App Volumes AppStack Now as we are done with the installation of App Volumes Manager & App Volumes Agent on the provisioning host, next step is to create AppStacks to provision applications on to Virtual Machines. AppStacks are read-only volumes containing applications or can...
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Step by Step – Installing VMware App Volumes Agent

Installing VMware App Volume Agent Post installation of VMware App Volumes Manager, install the App Volumes agent on the provisioning computer and target desktops. You don’t need to install on the server where you have App Volumes Manager installed. You need to deploy App Volumes Agents on desktops that will be accessing...
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User Session Collaboration using VMware Horizon

Introduction to Session Collaboration In most recent release of VMware Horizon 7,4, VMware came up with lot of great new features like Session Collaboration, where users on their virtual desktops can collaborate with peers for reviews, interactive design and training. Instant Clone support for Linux vGPU support for...
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Deploying Unified Access Gateway using vSphere Web Client

Introduction In the previous post, we discussed an overview of Unified Access Gateway. In this post, I will be deploying a VMware Unified Access Gateway (UAG) appliance to give the end-user access to entitled Virtual Desktop / Remote Hosted applications over an insecure network like the internet. You might...
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Introduction to VMware Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 3.2

Introduction to Unified Access Gateway Unified Access Gateway (UAG) is an appliance which is a replacement for Horizon Security Servers. UAG ensure the traffic entering to DC is of authenticated users only by directing authentication requests to the appropriate server and discards any unauthenticated request.  VMware Unified Access...
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