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Learning VMware App Volumes

By : Peter von Oven
Book Image

Learning VMware App Volumes

By: Peter von Oven

Overview of this book

App Volumes provides a virtualized, real-time application delivery engine for virtual desktop infrastructure and is designed to enable VDI deployments to ensure greater flexibility, agility, and cost reduction. This book starts with an in-depth overview of the architecture and components used to design an optimized solution. We then show you how to install and configure App Volumes for different use cases such as VMware View integration, using VMware ThinApp, Citrix XenApp, and more. Throughout the chapters, we provide hints, tips, and tricks as well as best practices. By the end of the book, you will have built a working App Volumes environment and acquired the skills to build and run a production environment.
Table of Contents (22 chapters)
Learning VMware App Volumes
Credits
About the Author
Acknowledgments
About the Reviewer
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
Index

Entitling desktops


The final step of the Horizon View configuration process is to entitle end users to the desktop pool that you just created, allowing them access to the virtual desktop machines within it.

In our example, we will entitle the user John Smith () to the desktop pool.

You should now have completed the desktop pool configuration, entitled an end user, and should see something like the following screenshot in the VMware Horizon 6 View Administrator console:

The next step is to test that the user can first of all log in to a virtual desktop machine, and secondly that they have all their applications available to them.

In the next section, we will log in and put that to the test, but before we do, you need to ensure that the user chosen in this example has been assigned an AppStack.

In the Example Lab, the user John Smith is part of the Sales group and therefore should be assigned two AppStacks, one containing Evernote and VLC Media Player and another containing...