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VMware Horizon Full Course – Episode 06: Horizon Display Protocols

VMware Horizon supports multiple display protocols that facilitate the delivery of virtual desktops and applications to end-user devices. These protocols are designed to optimize the user experience, taking into account factors such as network conditions and the type of device being used. Here are some of the key display protocols used in VMware Horizon:PCoIP (PC-over-IP)Blast ExtremeMicrosoft RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol)HTML […]

VMware Horizon Full Course – Episode 01: What is VDI?

VDI stands for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. It is a technology that allows users to access and use a virtualized desktop environment hosted on a centralized server or data center. In a VDI setup, each user gets a dedicated virtual machine (VM) that runs an operating system (OS) and applications. These virtual desktops are hosted on powerful servers and can be […]

Virtual Desktop in Horizon – Creating a VM for Cloning

We can create a pool of desktop machines by cloning a vCenter Server VM. Before we create the desktop pool, we need to prepare and configure this VM, which is used to spawn cloned virtual desktops. For instant-clone desktop pools, the base image is called a golden image. For full-clone desktop pools, the base image is called a Template VM. […]

Introduction to Virtual Desktops in Horizon

With Horizon, you can create desktop pools that include thousands of virtual desktops. You can deploy desktops that run on virtual machines (VMs) or manage access to desktops that run on non-vSphere machines or physical machines. Create one VM as a golden image, and Horizon can generate a pool of virtual desktops from that image. The golden image is also […]