Windows Virtual Desktop (Spring Release 2020) (TDM-WVDSPRING20)


The Desktop-as-a-Service market is growing


What is Windows Virtual Desktop?

  • The architecture behind it all
  • WVD User connection Traffic Flow
  • Windows Virtual Desktop service network access requirements
  • Measure your latency – tools


Windows Virtual Desktop – ARM based portal enrolment process

  • Pre-requisites for Windows Virtual Desktop


Perform the Microsoft.DesktopVirtualization resource provider registration

Create a host pool

  • VM details
  • Administrator account
  • Create the Workspace
  • Select your image type
  • Network and Security
  • Start enrolment


New Azure Portal – Dashboard

  • Differences between WVD non-ARM and ARM
  • New user management options
  • Custom RDP Settings (via the portal)
  • New PowerShell Modules
  • Windows Virtual Desktop and Azure Log Analytics


Create an custom Windows 10 multi-session image

  • Install OneDrive Per-Machine
  • OneDrive Known Folder Move – modernize your profile
  • Install Teams with AV Redirection media optimizations
  • Add language packs
  • Add FSLogix Profile Container as profile delivery solution
  • Sysprep the image
  • Capture the custom – Azure Managed – image
  • Create an Azure Shared Image Gallery (SIG)


Create and Assign Remote Applications

Expand your existing host pool with new session hosts

Update the host pool images – create a new image version (SIG only)

Change the name of your Workspace

Change the name of your Virtual Desktops


Install the Windows Virtual Desktop Client

  • Use the HTML5 Web portal


Manage Windows 10 multi-session via Endpoint Manager (MECM)

What about GPUs?

MSIX app attach – app delivery of the future


Prerequisites

Attendance of AZ-900T00-A OR equivalent knowledge