Firewall Considerations – Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)

Introduction: This article covers both firewall and perimeter security considerations when deploying or enhancing an existing WVD Deployment. It would not be wise to deploy a Windows Virtual Desktop solution with users directly connecting to the public network without some form of security provision. In this article, we will look at the options available and... Continue Reading →

Troubleshooting Performance issues in Windows Virtual Desktop (CDRN)

Introduction: In this article we will look at identifying and resolving the most common performance issues that can occur in Windows Virtual Desktop Environments. Following the provided steps in this article, you will be able to identify issues relating to capacity, constraint and overall performance lag. There are four (4) Key areas when troubleshooting performance... Continue Reading →

Understanding Load balancing – Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)

Introduction Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) offers two flavours of Load balancing known as Breadth-First and Depth-First. In this article I cover both methods. Please note that load balancing is assigned and configured per Host pool, If you operate multiple host pools, you would need to deploy the load balancing configuration to each host pool required.... Continue Reading →

Windows Virtual Desktop – GPU Setup and Testing

Introduction One key benefit of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is the ability to spin up Windows 10 instances with Graphics Cards (GPU's) on the fly. Where as traditionally it would take significantly longer to deliver GPU graphics to on-premises VDI solutions, due to procurement, logistics and implementation. You can find out more about the different... Continue Reading →

A Deep Dive In to Windows Virtual Desktop – Reverse Connect

Introduction One of the core differences between traditional Remote Desktop Services and Windows Virtual Desktop is they way clients connect to (RD/WVD) resources. Microsoft have introduced a new mechanism within Windows Virtual Desktop called Reverse Connect. Traditional Remote Desktop Services (RDS) connectivity: Clients would typically connect to a RD Gateway for external access to RDS... Continue Reading →

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