So the latest release of Horizon is available. As always, it brings some new functionality. Below are some useful links for you to quickly get up to speed on what’s new.
Well, simply put it’s a name change for User Environment Manager. If you’re wondering why…..
Apologies i’m a bit late writing this but last week VMware released the latest updates to their Horizon portfolio with some great new features and updates. Here are some Highlights and some web links i think people may find useful:
It still amazes me just how many VMware customers are not aware of Skyline and what it is, so i’m going to try and fill in the gaps for those who are not sure.
Here is another video in my series on how to deploy applications to Windows 10. Today it’s the turn of another enterprise favourite, Adobe Reader. This video shows you how to package it and deploy it silently to your Windows estate in just a few minutes.
Occasionally people have a requirement to turn a Windows 10 PC into a single app kiosk, or re purpose a Windows device for digital signage. This video shows how to use VMware Workspace ONE to lock a Windows 10 PC into single app kiosk mode running only Internet Explorer
I’ve been asked a few times recently about how to install office on Windows 10 using Workspace ONE. Here is a short video on how to install older versions of office, in this case 2016.
I thought I’d do a quick list of the EUC products that are going EOL at some point this calendar year. EUC products can be confusing as some have different support dates. An example is that horizon is typically supported for 5 years l whereas app volumes is only 2 years so customers can be caught out.
For those of you still running ESXi6.0, be aware that it goes end of life on 12th March 2020. If you haven’t already started making upgrade plans, you should.
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.