Archive for the ‘vCenter’ Category
Ever wanted to shadow a VMware View session? If you want that through your vSphere console please visit Ivo Beerens blog post from today. He explains what you’ve to do, to access the users session.
Actually it’s easy as setting a Windows Group Policy.
The easiest way to configure the View Manager with the VMware vCenter is to use the Administrator account however this is mostly not the best choice. Companies want to use special service or administration account with the maximum permissions needed instead of using a all-permission-user.
The View Composer brings the linked clone technology to the View solution. Due to that the environment will need less storage for the virtual desktops. Form a technical View the Parent VM and the Snapshot will be combined as one VM or Entity. The virtual machine will be protected from deleting in the vCenter due to different linked clones a referencing to it.