Difference between Unified Access Gateway and View Security Server

Before we look at difference between view Access points and View security servers lets discuss a bit about the roles of security servers in a Horizon view environment. Well security server play an important role when we talk about availability of view services over internet. As we are aware we need connection servers to be part of domain and its never a best practice to keep your domain joined components into DMZ. To solve above problem statement We have Horizon View Security Servers that take care the requests coming for View services , They reside into the DMZ network which is open for internet requests and can communicate to back end horizon view connection servers in trusted Network on

How to Get Snapshot Report of all Parent VMs

Often we need to check how many snap shots we have on our Parent VMs or other Virtual machines. A general use case for a VDI administrator is to keep track of the number of snap shots available on all parent machines in VDI environment. Best practice is to keep max 2-3 Snapshots for backup purpose. How to get snap shot report ? how to do a clean up of unwanted snap shots... This is really simple with VMware Power Cli. To download and install Power Cli 6.5 click here for this task we will have a small script which will get snap shot report for us, script as below(edit as per your environment) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ #im

What’s New in VMware NSX 6.3.5

With the last few NSX releases, our overall focus has been on compliance and product parity. VMware NSX 6.3.5 primarily delivers improvements and enhancements in Guest Introspection, L2 VPN and the remediation of 32 defects. VMware NSX 6.3.5 provides improvements in Guest Introspection VM’s, that on deployment, are named Guest Introspection (XX.XX.XX.XX), where XX.XX.XX.XX is the IPv4 address of the host on which the GI machine resides and occurs during the initial deployment of GI. Naming the GI VM with the IP address of it’s host, will provide VMware admins some much needed information, at a glance. The L2 VPN service now supports changing and/or enabling logging on the fly – without a pro

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