• How do you update VDI infrastructure from SHA-1 to SHA-256?

    The certificates have been uploaded to the base image and the connection broker. The middleware can read the certificates on the new card stock, but cannot use them to authenticate to the outside world. Also, the VDI cannot see the certificate when attempting to log in with the new certificate.

    ChuckPhillips5 pointsBadges:
  • USB Scanner support in a VDI environment

    I have a customer in the early plans of moving to a VDI environment. They will be looking at using USB scanners in a number of locations and are concerned with WAN performance. I'm investigating which VDI protocols support USB scanners best, and to see which are capable of WAN optimization. Thank...

    dogbite20115 pointsBadges:
  • What happens to the Desktop Support team after move to VDI?

    Currently winding down a VDI POC and senior management has asked what happens to our Desktop Support team if we make the jump. I've been asked to come up with a list of roles I see the Desktop team filling after the transition. I have several thoughts already, but I'd be interested to hear from...

    escadan3965 pointsBadges:
  • Dead VM / Need Files Off Of It

    My Virtual Box VM died yesterday and I have files (QB and text documents) that I need from said dead VM. I have tried rebooting the dead VM and it just makes my computer crash and won't move past the "loading Windows" stage. I have created a new VM in which I would like to try and retrieve my files...

    VirtuallyVerklempt15 pointsBadges:
  • Is Linux supporting cloud technology?

    Is Linux server supporting cloud technologies, thin clients, VDIs and DaaS? And all other licensed software like Adobe, Visual Studio can be used in Linux cloud using VDI or DaaS?

    Murthhy15 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix vs VMware VDI price per seat

    I'm new to this forum but am struggling to get an apples to apples comparison of VDI license costs between VMware and Citrix. For example, given a 500 concurrent user requirement what components would I need to include in the annual license costs and is there a way to come up with a relative dollar...

    jangelo425 pointsBadges:
  • How can I be specialized in desktop virtualization

    How can I be specialized in certain area as (desktop virtualization)? Note that I have the following certificates: CCA for Citrix XenServer 5 CCA for Citrix XenDesktop 5 CCA for Citrix XenApp 6

    mwahda4615 pointsBadges:
  • Bloomberg Biometric device is not detecting in VDI

    We have HP thin client T520, thin pro connected with bloomberg KB with bio metric device. The connection protocol is RDP and remote FX is not enabled on the server side. We checked with Nutanix for the server side to enable remote FX and replied back there is no option for this specific device to...

    Vinunt5 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for VDI solution for three different Windows versions

    I'm looking for a VDI solution. We have 5 - 10 PCs, where we want to be able to choose from 3 different Windows versions with apps installed. For instance: Windows 8.1 with Office 2010 Windows 8.1 with Office 2013 Windows 8.1 with Office 2016. We want to be able to choose on each PC a version. If...

    RaymondJansen5 pointsBadges:
  • Make Solidworks designer more effective with VDI and GPU virtualization

    What is the best way to make my solidworks designers more effective with VDI and GPU virtualization?

    giants245 pointsBadges:
  • What are the major differences between these VDI solutions?

    There are so many choices for VDI. In order to help narrow down, can anyone describe the major differences between these three technologies? VMware Rapid Desktop Appliance (like Nutanix) VSAN Ready Node EVO:RAIL

    Candal0215 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: Pros & cons of VDI-in-a-box

    In the still maturing technology of desktop virtualization, VDI-in-a-box is heralded as a cost-effective solution for specific applications or users that can reap the benefits of virtualization. Are you currently deploying or considering deploying VDI-in-a-box? What are the pros & cons you've...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Cost of Citrix server licenses?

    Hi Guys, I am interested in implementing a VDI solution and was wondering about the costs of licenses for servers and PCs, whether both are applicable or one or the other. A ball park figure would be nice if you had access to that, cost of licenses for servers and/or desktops? Thanks very much!

    john1775 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Apps vs. Virtual Desktops

    I work for small school district with about 600 PCs on our network. We have a 1GB backbone and 12 servers (7 of them VMs). I recently put in a large terminal server to utilize thin clients, but found restricts with software I could run on the server OS (Win 2008R2). In some research, I came across...

    Juttej35 pointsBadges:
  • Ensure Consistent and Acceptable VDI Performance

    How are you ensuring consistent and acceptable performance for your VDI environments, especially during peak load periods? This question is sponsored by Dell

    VikramAtDell25 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between cloning and deploying a VDI through a template?

    What is the difference between cloning a VDI and deploying a VDI through a template?

    cviv905 pointsBadges:
  • Unidesk Competition in Desktop Layering for VDI

    What products/vendors compete directly in the same space as Unidesk (Desktop Layering for VDI)?

    Phrikas10 pointsBadges:
  • Cost Advantage to Desktop Virtualization

     Is there any hard cost advantage to desktop virtualization in general, Microsoft Desktop Virtualization in particular, or all of the benefits to be seen only on reduced TCO over time?

    ITKE440,590 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Machine on VDI

    There is a plan to deploy VDI in my organization. As a part of the testing team, i would need some clarity regarding the capability of VDIs. Right now, am using desktop PC , where i have Virtual PC and VM Workstation applicaitons, that let me run different OS within my PC. I can easily switch...

    Vjmatrixx10 pointsBadges:
  • Do you think VDI adoption will ever go mainstream?

    Depending on who you ask, VDI adoption is becoming a hit-or-miss among enterprises. However, desktop virtualization expert Matt Kosht believes VDI adoption won't go mainstream due to the following factors: Less reliance on Windows Session-hosted virtualization Desktop-hosted virtualization...

    Michael Tidmarsh49,150 pointsBadges:

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