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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Application Virtualization User Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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  • Application Access Service

    Users can remotely access, start, and stop applications using HDP and access remote applications by using an agent.

    Remote applications and shared desktops can be managed in lists. Remote application collection (adding and deleting) and page turning are supported.

  • Shared Desktop

    Complete desktops are provisioned based on SBC, and Windows Server shared desktops are supported. Users are isolated based on sessions, and data is stored in the profile file which is stored on the file server in roaming mode. The Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 operating systems support this feature.

  • APS Load Balancing

    Shared desktops and remote applications can be assigned based on APS load balancing according to load scheduling policies, such as the number of users, CPU usage, and memory usage.

  • GUI

    Shared desktops and remote applications can be viewed on GUIs. Remote applications support Windows and Linux terminals.

  • Native Gesture Experience

    Windows Server native gesture operation experience is supported.

  • Local Menu Integration

    Released remote applications can be seamlessly integrated to the local Windows start menu to improve user experience.

    Local shortcut integration and local task bar integration are supported.

  • Application Session Management

    After a user is disconnected from a shared desktop or remote application for a certain period, the connection can be automatically disconnected or the session can be automatically deregistered. The period can be configured.

    Users can deregister applications on the client by themselves to quickly release resources.

  • Policy Configuration
    • RDS policy configuration of shared desktops is supported. The policies include user home directory, clearing of sessions that are disconnected or have no operation for a long time, deletion of temporary folders after user logout, and session IP virtualization.
    • Policy configuration in the management system is supported. The policies include idle duration for disconnection, disconnection duration for logout, and IP virtualization.
  • User Data Storage

    User personal profile roaming of shared desktops and remote applications are supported. The roaming user configuration and folder redirection functions enable profile data roaming. Profile data is stored on a shared file server provided by a third party.

    User personal data storage of shared desktops and remote applications is supported. User personal data is stored on a shared storage system (such as NAS) provided by a third party.

  • Running Remote Applications on Shared Desktops

    Remote applications can be released on shared desktops so that end users can run various applications on shared desktops.

Updated: 2019-09-29

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