It’s back, and it’s been a long time in coming! I’ve been flat out for ages, so producing any videos for virtualboy tv has been a little difficult, but I’ve finally finished the short series on Quest vWorkspace, integrating with a Microsoft infrastructure. Recorded a few months back, with Matt Evans from Quest, we walk you through installation of vWorkspace on an RDS infrastructure, and how it enhances the story around management, user experience etc and then, in the second video, we walk through expanding this environment to integrate with Hyper-V and SCVMM, for a more VDI-focused deployment. I appreciate they are quite long, so you might not want to consume them all in the browser, but feel free to follow the links over to virtualboy tv to download the files in your preferred format, to watch them offline as you see fit.
Microsoft and Quest vWorkspace 7.0 - Part 1 (Extending RDS Session Hosts)
In this video, I'm joined by Matt Evans of the Desktop Virtualisation Group at Quest, in the UK. Together, we walk through the different elements of vWorkspace 7.0, specifically focused on the session-based computing side of RDS and how vWorkspace is installed, configured, and how it is used from a user's perspective.
Duration: 71m 54s
Watch it, or Download it, from the virtualboy tv site!
Microsoft and Quest vWorkspace 7.0 - Part 2 (VDI)
In this video, I'm joined by Matt Evans of the Desktop Virtualisation Group at Quest, in the UK. Together, we walk through the different elements of vWorkspace 7.0, specifically focused on VDI components, and how they are installed, configured, and integrated with Hyper-V R2 and SCVMM 2008 R2. We'll walk through all of these steps, and show the end user experience too.
Duration: 56m 16s
Don’t forget, you can grab all the info, and an eval of vWorkspace, over on the vWorkspace website.
Thank you for the videos, any more coming?
Yep - hopefully, when I get some spare time! :-)