In my previous post, I showed my struggles with installing ESXi on the NUC I got from Cohesity and the vExpert program. In this post, I will show you what I have been up to since then.Continue Reading
For Horizon DaaS the Tenant environment needs 2 types of domain service accounts. A domain bind account that is used to perform lookups in your AD domain and a domain join account that is used for joining computer accounts to the domain and performing Sysprep operations.
The domain bind account is rather simpel. Just create a normal user account, provide a password and if the CISO allows you, set the password to never expire.
The domain join account is a little bit different. If you you want to do it quick and dirty you can make the account domain admin and set the password to never expire and you’re done. This however is not recommended. So we need to do delegation of control on the OU where the computer accounts will be created. The following “allow” permissions are needed for Horizon DaaS 9.1 tenants:Continue Reading
Lately, we see a lot of customers adding GPU cards to their ESXi hosts to support GPU-accelerated VDI’s. In this blog, I will explain how the GPU enabled cluster is added step by step to VMware Horizon DaaS.Continue Reading