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Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by .

 

  Hopefully you have been keeping up with my blog series on updating your VMware View 5.2 environment.  So far we’ve done the following: Updated the VMware Connection Broker Added the new End User Experience Pack to the Broker We’ve updated VMware View Composer Updated the View Agent & Installed the Remote Experience Pack into […]


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Posted on 16. Apr, 2013 by .

 

Over the last few blog posts we’ve taken our existing VMware View 5.1 environment and upgraded it to VMware Horizon View 5.2.  Along the way we did the following: Updated the VMware Connection Broker Added the new End User Experience Pack to the Broker We’ve updated VMware View Composer Updated the View Agent & Installed […]


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Posted on 11. Apr, 2013 by .

 

  So hopefully you’ve been following along on my adventures of upgrading my VMware View 5.1 environment to the latest VMware Horizon View 5.2 in my home lab.  So far we’ve done the following: Updated the VMware Connection Broker. Added the new End User Experience Pack to the Broker We’ve updated VMware View Composer Up […]


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Posted on 08. Apr, 2013 by .

 

  So far we’ve been going down the journey of updating a VMware View 5.1 environment to VMware Horizon View 5.2.  Let’s review what we’ve done so far: We’ve updated our Connection Broker We’ve added in the new End User Experience Pack In this blog post I’m going to take you step by step through […]


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Posted on 04. Apr, 2013 by .

 

    Some of the most anticipated updates in Horizon View 5.2 is bundled into something called the VMware View End User Experience Pack.  This pack includes some really cool features that the VMware View team has been showing off over the last couple of years.  One of the really cool features in VMware Horizon […]


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Posted on 02. Apr, 2013 by .

 

  I’ve been getting a lot of questions around VMware Horizon View 5.2 and some of the new features.  Unfortunately it’s been a while since I’ve updated my home View Environment so I figured I would take the opportunity to update the lab and get some hands on with some of the new features.  For […]


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Posted on 09. Apr, 2012 by .

 

  I’m EXTREMLY excited to announce that TrainSignal.com is now an official sponsor of the vTexan.com blog site.  If you’ve been an avid reader of my blog, or follow me on Twitter you know I’m a HUGE fan of David Davis (Twitter: @DavidMDavis ) and the folks over at TrainSignal.Com.  I’ve had the extreme pleasure […]


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Posted on 07. Dec, 2011 by .

 
Using VMware View 5 Security Server with Dynamic IPs

Hopefully you’ve kept up with my How to install, Configure and deploy VMware View 5 on vSphere 5” series and had some fun playing around with View 5.  Let’s now take it to the next level.  Let’s get access to our View environment from outside of our home lab and without the need of VPN.  […]


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Posted on 05. Dec, 2011 by .

 
Maximizing View 5 Storage Performance in your home lab

Continuing the “How to install, configure and deploy VMware View 5 on vSphere 5″ series is one near and dear to every storage persons heart!! I  One of the really cool features in VMware View is the ability to separate some of the VDI storage performance profiles into separate datastores.  This is really useful when […]


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Posted on 08. Nov, 2011 by .

 
Setting up the View 5 Event Database

  One of the screens I find myself spending a lot of time in, especially when troubleshooting View 5 issues is the Events Monitoring Screen.  Unfortunately it’s not created for you as part of the View 5 install.  Instead, you have to realize its not created, and then go about creating it and logging the […]


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