Category Archives: VDI

Fling: VMware OS Optimization Tool

Simply put, this thing saves you a whole days work from tweaking all of your “golden images” and does it in a few simple steps.¬†¬†Once installed you will have two desktop shortcuts, one is for using the tool remotely, and … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Live CD with VMware View Client!

Ladies and gentlemen, I wanted to put up a quick post and link to a recent blog article I’ve read through about installing the VMware View Client (with PCoIP!) to a live CD. VMware released a client for Ubuntu and … Continue reading

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Notes: VMware View 5 Best Practices Session

I was privileged to be able to attend a full day “VDI: Best Practices” session today that EMC hosted here in Indianapolis. Andre Leibovici, a vSpecialist at EMC was the speaker. He blogs at http://myvirtualcloud.net and is probably the best … Continue reading

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