Home Desktop Read “Virtual Computer NxTop Client Virtualization Administration Guide”

Read “Virtual Computer NxTop Client Virtualization Administration Guide”

0
0

This document provides information about Virtual Computers NxTop solution. This solution uses two main components to provide end-to-end virtualization, NxTop Engine and NxTop Center:

NxTop Engine – runs on each computer and runs virtual machine (VM) images. It includes a bare-metal hypervisor, allowing the VMs to operate the computer’s hardware; NxTop Engine does not require an OS loaded directly on the computer, however, it does require one or more valid OS license for any VMs loaded on it. For more detailed information, refer to the NxTop Engine Overview later in this chapter.

NxTop Center – runs on a Windows 2008 R2 server, providing the administration to support each NxTop Engine. A single NxTop Center can administer hundreds of NxTop Engines and laptops or desktops. For more detailed information, refer to the NxTop Center Overview later in this chapter. 

To learn more and to download the above file, please visit: Virtual Computer NxTop Client Virtualization Administration Guide

 

More Resources:

Categories:
DABCC DABCC.com, the world leader in sharing the finest Virtualization & Cloud news and support resources. #Citrix, #VMware, #Microsoft, #Mobility and much more! Brought to you by @douglasabrown & team!
| LATEST RESOURCES

White Papers

    VMware Virtual SAN 6.2 – Virtual SAN Management API Cookbook for Python

    Typically, Virtual SAN management is performed through the vSphere® Web Client. Tasks can include those such as initial configuration, ongoing maintenance, and reporting of capacity, performance, or health of Virtual SAN. The Web Client provides comprehensive element management of each component of a Virtual SAN cluster. While most element management is easily accomplished with the Web Client user […]

    Downloads

      Download FSLogix Office 365 Container

      Enable Successful Office 365 Deployments in all Virtualized Environments For enterprise class performance expected by your end-user community, Cached Exchange Mode (CEM) must be enabled in Outlook. Once CEM is enabled, very large files (OSTs) will need to be persisted between virtual workspace sessions. Doing this with traditional approaches like roaming profiles or Folder Redirection […]

      On-Demand Webinars

        The Secrets You Need to Know About Windows 10 in VDI Environments – On-Demand Webinar

        Watch the webinar replay to hear Citrix Technical Professional (CTP), Jim Moyle, and VMware Certified Design Expert (Double VCDX) Hugo Phan delve into the impact of Windows 10 in VDI environments. Whilst Windows 10 migrations is one of the key IT initiatives driving VDI adoption today, Windows 10 and IOPS continue to be the most challenging, […]


        Close