Compare and contrast virtual printing and location-based printing. Explore the Group Policy requirements for location-based printing. Learn about the physical Windows machine requirements for virtual printing. Discover compression and encryption options for print jobs.
Now these are two viable printer mapping solutions … that you can potentially use with Horizon View. … Later on in this course, … we'll also learn about using User Environment Manager … to map printings. … at three printing solutions here in this course, … because her desktop is actually a virtual desktop … running in a Data Center, … right with all of the other virtual desktops. … So her computer is actually a virtual machine … in the Data Center. … It's not on her floor. … And some of the ways … that we have traditionally mapped printers … may not make a whole lot of sense here … because this user could be using a client on the first floor … and then later on she may logged into a client … How do we adjust the printers that we map for this user … even if they're using the same desktop … in all sorts of different physical locations, … different clients, getting the same desktop … at any of those spots. … How do we map the correct printers … based on where that user actually is sitting? …
- VMware Horizon architecture
- Navigating options within Horizon Administrator
- PCoIP and Blast Extreme display protocols
- Linked-clone desktop pools
- Creating an instant-clone desktop pool
- Delivering Horizon applications
- Configuring roles and permissions
- Using Cloud Pod Architecture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Horizon Architecture
2. Display Protocols
3. Full Clone Desktop Pools
4. Linked Clone Desktop Pools
5. Instant Clone Desktop Pools
6. Horizon Printing and Device Connections
7. Delivering Horizon Applications
9. Design and Automation
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