Dell Wyse ThinOS Version 9.1 Administrator’s Guide

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Configuring Windows Virtual Desktop

Windows Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud. You can access the Windows Virtual Desktop resources that are created on Azure cloud from the ThinOS client.

Prerequisites

Ensure that you have an Azure Active Directory configured and Windows Virtual Desktop resources are deployed on the Azure cloud.

About this task

This section describes how to configure the Windows Virtual Desktop broker setup on your thin client.

Steps

  1. From the desktop menu, click System Setup > Remote Connections.
    The Remote Connections dialog box is displayed.
  2. On the Broker Setup tab, select Windows Virtual Desktop from the Select Broker Type drop-down list, and do the following:
    1. Select the Enable Windows Virtual Desktop check box to configure the Windows Virtual Desktop settings.
    2. Select the Enable Workspace (MS-Prod) check box if you want to connect to a Workspace using the non-Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based URL. Specify the following details:
      • Client ID
      • Redirect URL
      • Resource URL
      • Feed URL
    3. Select the Enable Workspace (ARMv2) check box if you want to connect to a Workspace using the Azure Resource Manager (ARM)-based URL. Specify the following details:
      • Client ID
      • Redirect URL
      • Resource URL
      • Feed URL
  3. In the Remote Connections dialog box, click the General Options tab, and specify the Azure cloud user credentials.
  4. Click OK to save your changes.
  5. Restart the thin client.
  6. In the login window, click Enter.
  7. Enter the Azure cloud user password.
  8. Click Sign in.
    The desktops and applications on Azure cloud are displayed.

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