martedì 8 maggio 2012 08:11
i need to implement VDI Microsoft solution - no citrix - with zero clients
is it possible and what are the recommended brands
i already did Microsoft VDI with thin clients but not with zero clients
as far as i know we must have the remote app and desktop connections to make it work
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martedì 8 maggio 2012 09:37
There are a couple of resources you can read to find out witch scenario suits you.
Adrian Costea - MCP, MCTS, MCSA 2003, MCITP: Windows 7
My Blog: www.vkernel.ro/blog
martedì 8 maggio 2012 10:20
you can see also
- Implementing VDI using Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services and Hyper-V
- VDI with Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V
KETATA Ramy (N'oubliez pas de Marquer et Voter la ou les réponses qui aident à résoudre votre problème)
- Proposto come risposta tech rc martedì 8 maggio 2012 10:33
martedì 8 maggio 2012 14:49Moderatore
zero clients are thin clients - there has to be an OS that the client boots to form the basis for connecting to an RDP session (regardless if it is RDP or ICA).
If your zero client is enabled through PXE booting, you must deliver a basic OS and RDP client to then connect to the VDI session using the RDP protocol.
If you are talking the embedded chipsets that have support for RDP, PcoIP, or ICA then you need to specifically check wit hhte manufacturer as to how their particular implementation works, they are not generic.
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- Contrassegnato come risposta Vincent HuModerator lunedì 14 maggio 2012 06:02