In my previous blogs I’ve explained how you can use the new Published Apps on Demand feature in App Volumes, and consume the applications through either a Horizon RDSH farm or VDI desktop pool using the Horizon Client. In this blog, I’m going a step further and integrate the Horizon Published Apps with my Workspace […]
What if I told you, you don’t need an RDSH farm to run Published Apps on Demand, but you can do it directly from a VDI desktop pool?
In Horizon version 2212, Published Apps on-demand are GA. In this blog I’m going through the steps that are required to configure this new feature in the Horizon Management console and test a brand new On-demand Published App.
App Volumes 2212 brings us the exiting new feature “Published Apps On Demand”. To utilize this new feature an RDSH Farm is required, this blog explains how you create a RDSH Farm in Horizon 8 (2212).
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 […]
After configuring SSL for my App Volumes environment, I went straight through installing a self signed certificate for Horizon View. Setting up SSL for your Horizon View environment is a real simple task. In my case I have an Enterprise Certificate Authority in my lab. If you need guidance on how to do that, click […]