VMware released the extended service branch last year. For those of you not familiar with it, I’ve published a previous article on it so please check it out.
This week saw the release of VMware Horizon 7.8. If you’re wondering what’s included, i’ve gathered a few links which should help. VMware are trying really hard to close the feature gap between the old Flash admin console and the new HTML5 console and seem to have been great progress with this release. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we see the end of the Flash gui.
From time to time this seems to crop up so i thought i’d share with you some info about a lesser known feature of Horizon. That is the ability to apply filters to domain lists that Horizon shows at users login prompts. By default, Horizon will scan it’s own domain and all other trusted domains and return all of them. Many customers don’t want to confuse their users and just want them to see a single domain option.
The latest release of Horizon has arrived in the last week. For more info on what’s included see the following
I’ve already posted on the new extended service branch feature in 7.5 but the product itself Is available as of today. In comparison to past updates it’s packed full of new features. Please review the link below to see what’s included:
There’s a pretty big change coming in Horizon 7.5 which may appeal to some existing and prospective Horizon customers. It’s called Extended service branch. So what does this mean? Well, as of the release of 7.5, customer can choose from 2 tracks based on existing licenses.
In the wake of the many ongoing cyber attacks targeted at end users, i thought i’d put something together to help people make their environments more resilient and more recoverable.
Here is a lightboard version