• May 11, 2015 - Sven Huisman

    VMware Project Enzo unraveled

    Today VMware announce Project Enzo: Project Enzo is a new hybrid cloud-scale architecture that is designed to combine the economic benefits of cloud-based VMware virtual desktops and application technology, with the simplicity of hyper-converged infrastructure to transform the IT experience. As I was watching the video demonstration Project Enzo I had a couple of questions and […]

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  • You might have missed this VMware KB2094442 from VMware and you might not realise that when you are using VMware Horizon View 6.0.x or older, you could still be using SSLv3 when you enabled the Horizon Blast protocol: The Secure Gateway, which provides a secure tunnel for carrying RDP and other data over HTTPS, listens on port […]

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  • I’m currently implementing a VMware Horizon View environment with Windows 8.1 non-persistent desktops. The customer has Office 365 licenses for the users and has no right to use a KMS license activation server for Office 2013. Activation of Office 365 Pro is done by the user: The Office 365 administrator assigns an Office 365 license […]

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  • June 19, 2014 - Sven Huisman

    Horizon View 6 – Cloud Pod Architecture

    In this blogpost I will share my experience with one of the new features of Horizon View 6: Cloud Pod Architecture. What are the use-cases, advantages and disadvantages and I will show how to configure a Horizon View Cloud Pod Architecture. Cloud Pod Architecture Horizon View can be implemented acording a so called “block” and […]

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  • With VMware Horizon View you can use thinprint to allow users to use the local connected printer to print. For example, when users connect from home and they have a local installed printer, Thinprint connects the local printer in the session using the Thinprint driver. This printer will become the default printer during the session. […]

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