Carbon Black and non-persistent VDI

In my previous blog post, I explained how a couple of options to install the Carbon Black sensor. If the sensor is successfully deployed, the machine will be shown on the Carbon Black Cloud Management page. But how does this work with VDI and especially in a non-persistent environment? In this blog post, I’ll explain […]

JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part four

With the JMP infrastructure all set, the time has come to configure JMP in the Management Console. Because JMP is made to manage all components within one interface, the settings and assignment pages are integrated in the Horizon View Management Console.   Start a browser session to the Horizon View Management Console. Select the JMP […]

JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part three

Part three: Configuring JMP After completing the JMP setup, we now need to set up time synchronization between the JMP server and Horizon View connection servers, configure SSL for the JMP server and export the SSL certificates from App Volumes, Horizon View and Active Directory for the JMP server to establish secure connections between all […]

JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part two

Part two: Installing JMP In the previous part we’ve set up the database requirements for the JMP installation. The installation of JMP is, in my opinion, really easy and straight forward.  Launch the setup and click Next.  Accept the license agreement and click Next.  No, I don’t want to allow HTTP traffic. Enter the name of the […]

JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part One

When you talk about VMware Horizon (Instant Clones), App Volumes and User Environment Manager, you’re talking about JMP. JMP (pronounced jump) stands for Just-in-Time Management Platform and represents the capabilities of a VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise environment that delivers Just-in-Time Desktops and Apps in a flexible, fast, and personalized manner. With JMP assignments integrated in […]

(re)Use your SCCM packages to “automate” AppStacks

In my previous blog I described how you can group your applications and divide them into different kinds of AppStacks. When you use these AppStacks, some of them can become fairly large because of the amount of applications that are used at a department. It’s also possible that two or more departments use the same application, […]

App Volumes: Error in creating database.yml file

This week I ran into a problem when I was upgrading an App Volumes Manager from version 2.14 to 2.14.2. During the setup I got an error saying the creation of the “database.yml” file failed, but after clicking OK the setup of the manager continued and eventually completed “successfully”. After launching the App Volumes manager […]