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  • April 12, 2016 - Sven Huisman

    Silent install Horizon 7 agents

    Yesterday I noticed that the silent parameters I normally used for the Horizon View agent (version 6.x) didn’t work anymore with the new Horizon 7 agent. Checking the logfile, I found out that the silent parameter “HtmlAccess” was unknown. After I opened the MSI with ORCA, I noticed HtmlAccess was not a feature anymore: I […]

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  • After disabling SSLv3 on your Horizon View connection and security servers there are a couple steps you should take to even further secure your Horizon View environment. If you test your environment with the SSL server test from Qualys, you will probably get a rating of F:   To get a rating of A-, you […]

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  • 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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  • 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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