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  • How to publish automated virtual desktop pools with VMware View

    Learn how to publish persistent and non-persistent virtual desktop pools in part four of our VMware View series.

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  • VDI comparison: Citrix XenDesktop vs. VMware View

    A VDI comparison of XenDesktop vs. View reveals more similarities than differences, but organizations must decide which features are essential.

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  • VMware Horizon Suite to get a tuneup

    At VMworld 2013, each part of the VMware Horizon Suite could get some fine-tuning, including Mirage integration with View.

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  • The savings aspect of VMware View Composer

    The process of a proper installation of VMware View is one thing, but knowing how it operates is key to unlocking its full potential.

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  • Horizon Mirage 4.3 supports physical and virtual VMware View desktops

    The new version of VMware's physical desktop management product, Horizon Mirage, will now manage persistent View virtual desktops too.

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  • What is VMware View?

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  • VMware View best practices for every stage of VDI implementation

    Whether your VDI implementation is in pilot or deployed enterprise-wide, these VMware View best practices will improve user and admin experiences.

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  • Desktop restrictions with Group Policy Objects

    Learn how to set up desktop restrictions within a VDI environment with Microsoft's Group Policy Objects in part eight of our series on the basics of VMware View 4.

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