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

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Basic Concepts

Basic Concepts

Figure 1-1 shows the relationships between templates, VMs, VM groups, user groups, and desktop groups. The following uses full copy and linked clone VMs as an example.

Figure 1-1 Full copy VM

Figure 1-2 Linked clone VM

After a pool desktop is provisioned, the user group preset during template creation is retained in a linked clone/full memory VM, the assigned user group is retained in a full copy /hosting VM, and all users in the user group have access permission on the computer.

Template VM

A bare VM that is created on FusionCompute and used to create various types of VM templates

VM template

A template used to create user VMs. Users configure or optimize a bare VM (template VM) or install software on the empty VM and then convert the VM to a template.

VM group

A group of VMs that are created by using a VM template

User or user group

A user or a group of users. Users must use domain accounts to log in to VMs.

Desktop group

A group of VMs that are allocated to users or user groups

Single user

A VM can be used only by one user.

Multiple users

A VM can be shared by multiple users.

Dynamic pool

There is no fixed binding relationship between the users in a desktop group and VMs. However, a user can use only one VM at a time. Linked clone, full memory, full copy, and hosting computer VMs are supported.

Static pool

The desktop group randomly assigns a VM to a user during the first login of the user and the VM is bound to the user. A user can be bound with only one VM. Linked clone, full memory, full copy, and hosting computer VMs are supported.


Each user can be assigned with an independent desktop VM. Users can install user-defined applications and store their data on the VM. Only full copy and hosting computer VMs are supported. Multiple Users and Single user assignment types are supported.

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