You’ve decided it’s time to expand your Workspace Portal deployment from internal-only, to also allow external access. You’ve setup your Load Balancer, gotten your certificates in place, and now you’re tasked with configuring internal and external authentication methods. What’s next?
Checking out Workspace Portal’s primary locations for customizations and configurations.
Have you ever felt like a Linux user in a Windows VDI world? You’re not alone! Let’s look at the new Horizon Client for Linux!
If you’ve found yourself directing users to download the Workspace for Windows Client by telling them to login to Workspace, click their name, and choose “Download” only to find it takes them to www.vmware.com.. you’re not the only one!
Configuring CA signed SSL certs in Workspace Portal and VIDM.
Horizon licensing is easy. Or is it? Once you’ve entered in your key, how can you find it? Let’s take a look!
In this post, we’ll setup NGINX as a reverse proxy for Workspace Portal so users can connect from outside networks.
I had a goal this past year to build a budget gaming PC. Obviously everyone has different budget constraints, but my goal was to keep it under $400 which I was able to accomplish.