VMware Horizon 7: Install, Configure, Manage [V7.3] c


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This five-day, hands-on course gives you the skills to deliver virtual desktops and applications through a single virtual desktop infrastructure platform. This course builds your skills in installing, configuring, and managing VMware Horizon® 7 through a combination of lecture and hands-on labs. You will learn how to configure and deploy pools of virtual machines, how to manage the access and security of the machines, and how to provide a customized desktop environment to end users. 

This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link:  VMware Horizon 7: Install, Configure, Manage [V7.3] - On Demand.

Product Alignment
•  VMware Horizon 7.3


Course Introduction

    Review course goals
    Review course objectives
    Review the course outline
    Find additional resources after this course

Introduction to VMware Horizon

    Recognize the features and benefits of VMware Horizon
    Identify the major function of each VMware Horizon component
    Define a use case for your virtual desktop and application infrastructure

View Connection Server

    Identify the VMware vSphere® requirements for a connection server
    Describe the network and firewall configurations for View Connection Server
    License VMware Horizon components
    Configure View Connection Server

VMware Horizon Desktops

    Outline the process and choices in setting up VMware Horizon virtual machines
    Compare the remote display protocols that are available in VMware Horizon
    List the ports that must be opened in the machine’s firewall for VMware Horizon operations
    Outline the configuration choices when installing Horizon Agent

VMware Horizon Desktop Pools

    Identify the steps to set up a template for desktop pool deployment
    List the steps to add desktops to the View Connection Server inventory
    Define desktop entitlement
    Describe how information on the Users and Groups page can be used to control and monitor View users
    Explain the hierarchy of global policies, pool-level policies, and user-level policies
    List the View Group Policy administrative template files

Horizon Client Options

    Describe the requirements for a Horizon Client installation
    Explain USB redirection and options
    Describe the power states for desktops
    Define and compare a thin client with a system running Horizon Client
    Discuss the benefits of Virtual Printing
    Explain the Virtual Printing architecture
    Describe the configuration options for Virtual Printing
    Explain the location-based printing feature

Creating Automated Pools of Full Virtual Machines

    Recognize how an automated pool operates
    Compare dedicated-assignment and floating-assignment pools
    Outline the steps to create an automated pool
    Examine the entitlement of desktops in automated pools

Creating and Managing Linked-Clone Desktop Pools

    Describe the VMware linked-clone technology
    Explain why both a parent virtual machine and a snapshot must be used to create linked clones
    Outline the system requirements for View Composer
    Describe the relationship between a persistent disk and the system disk
    Outline the steps necessary to set up a desktop pool that uses linked clones
    Compare the purpose of the parent and the replica virtual machines
    Compare the linked-clone management operations
    Describe the management operations for persistent disks

Creating and Managing Instant-Clone Desktop Pools

    Identify the advantages of instant clones
    Distinguish View Composer clones from instant clones
    Identify the requirements of instant clones
    Describe the types of instant-clone virtual machines
    Explain how folders are used to delegate pool administration
    Outline the steps to set up an automated pool that uses instant clones
    Describe instant-clone limitations in VMware Horizon
    Describe the creation of instant clones
    Set up an automated pool of instant clones

VMware Horizon Authentication

    Compare the authentication options that View Connection Server supports
    Explain the purpose of roles and privileges in VMware Horizon
    Outline the steps to create a Horizon administrator and a custom role
    List some of the best practices for configuring Horizon administrators

Managing VMware Horizon Security

    Compare tunnels and direct connections for client access to desktops
    Compare the benefits of using VMware Unified Access Gateway™ in the DMZ
    Explain a direct connection
    List the advantages of direct connections
    Discuss the benefits of using Unified Access Gateway
    Compare how Unified Access Gateway and the security server are deployed
    List the two-factor authentication options that are supported by Unified Access Gateway
    Describe the situations in which you might deploy Unified Access Gateway with one, two, or three network interfaces

Profile Management Using User Environment Manager

    Identify the User Environment Manager functional areas and their benefits
    List User Environment Manager components
    Describe User Environment Manager and its architecture
    Identify User Environment Manager profile management and its features
    Describe User Environment Manager smart policies

Creating RDS Desktop and Application Pools

    Explain the difference between an RDS desktop pool and an automated pool
    Describe how a user can access a single application by using the RDS application pool
    Describe the relationship between an RDS host, a farm, and an application pool
    Create an RDS desktop pool and an application pool
    Explain how the View Composer linked-clone technology can automate the build-out of RDS server farms
    Use View Composer linked-clone technology and instant-clone technology to automate the build-out of RDSH farms
    Describe the default and alternative load-balancing feature for RDS hosts that optimizes placement of sessions

Using App Volumes to Provision and Manage Applications

    Explain how App Volumes works
    Identify the features and benefits of App Volumes
    Identify the interface elements of App Volumes
    Install and configure App Volumes

Command-Line Tools and Backup Options

    Describe key View Connection Server features that are available as command-line options with the vdmadmin command
    Explain the purpose of kiosk mode for client systems and how it is configured
    Identify the log locations for each VMware Horizon component
    Describe the backup options for VMware Horizon databases
    Explain the potential problems if the databases are not synchronized

VMware Horizon Performance and Scalability

    Describe the purpose of a replica server
    List several best practices for multiserver deployment in a pod
    Describe the benefits of the Cloud Pod Architecture feature for large-scale VMware Horizon deployments
    Describe the purpose of interpod communication and the View InterPod API
    Explain how global entitlements can benefit a single-pod environment


Technical personnel who work in the IT departments of end-customer companies and people who are responsible for the delivery of remote or virtual desktop services


Customers attending this course should have, at a minimum, the following VMware infrastructure skills:
•  Use VMware vSphere® Web Client to view the state of virtual machines, datastores, and networks
•  Open a virtual machine console on VMware vCenter Server® and access the guest operating system
•  Create snapshots of virtual machines
•  Configure guest customization specifications
•  Modify virtual machine properties
•  Convert a virtual machine into a template
•  Deploy a virtual machine from a template

Attendees should also have the following Microsoft Windows system administration experience:
•  Configure Active Directory services, including DNS, DHCP, and time synchronization
•  Restrict users’ activities by implementing Group Policy objects
•  Configure Windows systems to enable Remote Desktop Connections
•  Build an ODBC connection to an SQL Server database


By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
•  Identify VMware Horizon components
•  Install and configure View Connection Server
•  Install and configure virtual desktops
•  Configure and manage VMware Horizon® Client™ systems
•  Configure and manage pools of physical and virtual machines
•  Configure and manage automated pools of full virtual machines
•  Configure and manage pools of linked-clone desktops
•  Configure and manage automated pools of instant clones
•  Configure and manage Remote Desktop Services (RDS) pools of desktops and applications
•  Use Horizon Administrator to configure the VMware Horizon environment
•  Configure secure access to virtual desktops
•  Use VMware User Environment Manager™ to manage user personalization and application configurations
•  Describe steps to deploy profile management
•  Use VMware App Volumes™ to provision and manage applications
•  Manage the performance and scalability of a VMware Horizon deployment

This course prepares you for the following certification:
•  VMware Certified Professional 7 – Desktop and Mobility (VCP7-DTM)

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