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CVF 2116 - Virtual End User Computing and Application Virtualization (VMware View: IC

Credits: 4
Hours/Week: Lecture 4 Lab None
Course Description: This course explores the concept and techniques associated with delivering desktop services from a cloud computing environment to enable end-user freedom from IT management and control. This course uses VMware View to demonstrate how IT can simply automate the management of thousands of desktops and securely deliver “desktop as a service” to users from a central location at levels of availability and reliability unmatched by traditional PCs. Students explore, through hands-on labs, how to deliver secure access to applications and data to any device when and where users need it, thus giving end users maximum mobility and flexibility. The VMware Certified Professional - Desktop (VCP-DT) certification is part of this course.
MnTC Goals
None

Prerequisite(s): ECT 1013 , CVF 1092 , and CVF 2093  with grades of C or higher OR instructor consent.
Corequisite(s): None
Recommendation: None

Major Content
  1. Course Introduction
    1. Introductions and course logistics
    2. Course objectives
  2. Introduction to VMware Horizon View
    1. Introduce View features and components
  3. View Connection Server
    1. Install and configure View Connection Server
  4. View Desktops
    1. Introduce View Agent
    2. Describe PCoIP and Remote Desktop Protocol remote display protocols
    3. Explain USB redirection and multimedia redirection
  5. VMware View Client Options
    1. Introduce VMware® View Client
    2. Introduce View Client with Local Mode
    3. Describe thin clients and zero clients
    4. Introduce Virtual Printing with View Client
  6. View Administrator
    1. Configure the View environment
    2. Manage users, sessions, and policies
    3. Configure and provision automated pools of desktops
    4. Explain role-based delegated administration
    5. Monitor the View environment
  7. Configuring and Managing Linked Clones
    1. Introduce View Composer operations
    2. Deploy and provision linked-clone desktops
    3. Manage linked-clone desktops
    4. Manage persistent disks
  8. Local-Mode Desktops
    1. Configure local-mode desktops
    2. Describe View Transfer Server and the Transfer Server repository
    3. Describe local-mode operations
  9. Managing View Security
    1. Describe network configuration and authentication options
    2. Configure the View security server
  10. View Persona Management
    1. Configure user profiles with View Persona Management
    2. Describe View Persona Management and Windows roaming profiles
    3. Configure a View Persona Management deployment
    4. Describe best practices for a View Persona Management deployment
  11. Command-Line Tools and Backup Options
    1. Introduce vdmadmin utility
    2. Describe client systems in kiosk mode
    3. Back up the View databases
    4. Restore the View databases
  12. VMware Horizon Application Manager
    1. Ensure that VMware® Horizon Application Manager¿ is working Introduce Application Manager components
    2. Describe single sign-on from Horizon View to View desktops
    3. Enable browser access to View desktops through Horizon View
    4. Entitle applications by using Horizon View
  13. View Connection Server Performance and Scalability
    1. Describe replica connection servers
    2. Explain performance considerations and load balancing
  14. VMware ThinApp
    1. Use ThinApp to capture applications
    2. Deploy and update ThinApp packages
    3. Virtualize Internet Explorer 6 for use on a Windows 7 system
    4. Manage ThinApp applications in View

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. install and configure Horizon View components.
  2. create and manage dedicated and floating desktop pools.
  3. deploy and manage linked-clone virtual desktops.
  4. configure and manage desktops that run in local mode.
  5. configure secure access to desktops through a public network.
  6. configure user profiles with View Persona Management.
  7. install applications by using Horizon View.
  8. use ThinApp to package applications.

Competency 1 (1-6)
None
Competency 2 (7-10)
None


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