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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Windows Desktop Management Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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  • power-off

    The process of shutting down the physical servers.

  • preboot execution environment

    A technology that enables computers to boot from the network. This technology is the successor of Remote Initial Program Load (RPL). The PXE works in client/server mode. The PXE client resides in the ROM of a network card. When the computer boots up, the BIOS invokes the PXE client to the memory. The PXE client obtains an IP address from the DHCP server and downloads the operating system from the remote server through TFTP.

  • PXE

    See preboot execution enviro....


  • RAID

    See Redundant Array of Indep....

  • RDP

    See Remote Desktop Protocol.

  • Redhat Package Manager

    A packeting and installation tool for packages downloaded from the Internet. The RPM is contained in certain Linux distribution versions and it generates .rpm files.

  • Redundant Array of Independent Disks

    A technology that provides a hard disk group (logical hard disk) consisting of multiple physical hard disks combined in different modes. The hard disk group features higher storage performance over a single hard disk and supports data redundancy. The different combination modes for disk arrays are called RAID levels. At present, there are seven basic RAID levels, RAID 0 to RAID 6. These basic RAID levels can be further combined to form new RAID levels, such as RAID 10 (a combination of RAID 1 and RAID 0) and RAID 50 (a combination of RAID 5 and RAID 0).

  • Remote Desktop Protocol

    A Microsoft virtual desktop protocol.

  • Remote Procedure Call

    A computer communication protocol that allows programs running on a computer to invoke subprograms on another computer. The programmer does not need to program for the interaction.

  • resource cluster

    A cloud service unit that contains resources of the same attributes. A cloud system may contain one or more clusters. Clusters are categorized as management clusters and virtual clusters.

  • resource pool

    A component that discovers physical resources and manages and schedules physical and virtual resources.

  • RPC

    See Remote Procedure Call.

  • RPM

    See Redhat Package Manager.


    See resource pool.


  • SAN

    See storage area network.

  • SC

    See software client.


    synchronous dynamic random access memory

  • serial over LAN

    An interface complying with the IPMI V2.0 standard that controls serial data transmission over a LAN connection. SOL specifies the packet formats and protocols for serial data transmission between a remote workstation and the computers it manages. SOL is based on the IPMI-over-LAN specification.

  • server farm

    A group of network servers with the same location that streamlines internal processes by distributing the workload to the individual components of the farm and expedites computing processes by harnessing the power of multiple servers.

  • service level agreement

    A service contract between a customer and a service provider that specifies the forwarding service a customer should receive and under what conditions. The customer may be a user organization (source domain) or a differentiated services domain (upstream domain). An SLA may consist wholly or partially of traffic conditioning rules.

  • service private cloud

    Cloud infrastructure operated solely for a single organization.

  • Simple Network Management Protocol

    A network management protocol of TCP/IP that enables remote users to view and modify the management information on a network element. This protocol ensures the transmission of management information between any two points. The polling mechanism is adopted to provide basic function sets. In accordance with SNMP, both hardware and software agents can monitor the activities of various devices on the network and report these activities to the network console workstation. Control information about each device is maintained by a management information block.

  • SLA

    See service level agreement.

  • SNMP

    See Simple Network Managemen....

  • software client

    Software running on a common PC to process the virtual desktop protocol.


  • TC

See thin client.

  • TFTP

    See Trivial File Transfer Pr....

  • thin client

    A terminal with lower processing power than a Thick Client that processes the virtual desktop protocol, serves as the client of the remote desktop, and provides an access method for users.

  • Trivial File Transfer Protocol

    A type of FTP that does not require a user name and password and is used for automatic downloading.

Updated: 2019-04-25

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