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

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VM Quick Provisioning Parameters

VM Quick Provisioning Parameters

Table1 VM parameters and Table2 Desktop parameters describe the parameters for quick provisioning of VMs.

Table A-3 VM parameters

Parameter

Description

Example Value

VM group name

Identifies a VM group.

A VM group consists of the same type of VMs. The VMs in a VM group are created from the same template.

The VM group name must meet the following requirements:

  • Contain only digits, letters, spaces, and special characters ~!@%^_+-.
  • Contain a maximum of 55 characters.
  • Cannot start with any of !@%^.

VMGroup_01

VM group description

Provides supplementary information about the VM group.

Value: a string of 0 to 255 characters

Campus VMs

VM group type

  • Linked clone: The VMs in a linked clone group share the same system disk. A linked clone is made from a snapshot of the parent. This conserves disk space and allows multiple VMs to use the same software installation. Linked clones are created from linked clone templates.
  • Full memory: This type is similar to linked clone. The difference is that the system disk of a full memory VM is deployed in the memory. Full memory VMs respond faster than other types of VMs. VMs in this type of VM group are created by using a full memory template.
  • Full copy: Each VM in a full copy VM group has its own system disk. Both Full copy and QuickPrep templates can be used to create full copy VMs.

Full copy

Site

Specifies the site to which the VMs belong. A site is a collection of computing, network, and storage resources.

site

Resource cluster

Specifies a cluster (in a site) that provides logical computing, network, and storage resources.

Cluster_01

Host

If you specify a host, the data store for the VM will be created on the host. If you specify a cluster, the data store for the VM will be randomly created on a host in the cluster.

CNA01

Local area

Enter the area configured on System > Rights Management > Area Management.

-

Select VM template

This parameter is automatically associated with VM group type. If VM group type is Full copy, Select VM template can be Full copy or QuickPrep. The template name indicates the type of the template:

  • fullcopy_template: indicates a full copy template.
  • quickprep_template: indicates a QuickPrep template.
  • linkclone_template: indicates a linked clone template.
  • Full memory_template: indicates a full memory template.

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VM Specifications

CPU

The number of CPUs ranges from 1 to 64. You are advised to configure 2 to 64 CPUs if the OS is Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit) or Windows Server 2012 R2 and configure 4 to 64 CPUs if the OS is Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit) or Windows Server 2016.

2

Memory

The memory capacity (in MB) ranges from 1024 to 1024000. You are advised to configure 2048 MB to 1024000 MB memory if the OS is Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit) or Windows Server 2012 R2 and configure 4096 MB to 1024000 MB if the OS is Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit) or Windows Server 2016.

2048 MB

Disk configuration

  • The total number of disks cannot exceed 11.
  • The disk capacity (in GB) ranges from 1 to 65536.

Capacity: 20 GB

Mode: Common

NIC configuration

  • A maximum of 12 NICs can be configured.
  • Port group: You need to set the port group name, VLAN ID, maximum transmit bandwidth limit, and priority. If the maximum transmit bandwidth limit (in Mbit/s) is 0, there is no limit on the transmission bandwidth. If the priority is 0, no priority is set. The priority can be set from 1 to 7. A smaller value indicates a higher priority for service processing.
  • Obtain IP: specifies how IP addresses are allocated.
    • DHCP: You do not need to set the VM IP address when creating a VM. The VM IP addresses are automatically allocated by the DHCP server.
    • Static: The VM IP address is the IP address of the first NIC created when a VM is created.
  • Configure different port groups for the NICs on the same VM.
    NOTE:

    Full memory VMs do not support static IP address assignment.

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VM QoS Settings

Quota for the CPU

Specifies the CPU quota for a VM in resource contention. The quota indicates the relative priority or importance of a VM. For example, if the CPU quota of VM A is twice that of VM B, VM A can consume twice as many CPU resources as VM B. The CPU quota is calculated as follows:

  • Low: Number of CPUs x 500
  • Medium: Number of CPUs x 1000
  • High: Number of CPUs x 2000
  • Custom: 1 to 128000

Default value: Medium

Medium

Reserved for the CPU

Specifies the minimum computing capability of the VM. For example, if a VM has one CPU and Reserved (MHz) is set to 2000, the minimum computing capability of the VM is 2000 MHz.

  • Minimum value: 0
  • Maximum value: Number of CPUs x Host CPU frequency

Default value: 0

0

Limit for the CPU

Specifies the maximum computing capability of the VM. For example, if a VM has one CPU and Limit (MHz) is set to 2000, the maximum computing capability of the VM is 2000 MHz.

  • No limit
  • Limit
    • Minimum value: 1
    • Maximum value: Number of CPUs x Host CPU frequency

Default value: No limit

Not limited

Quota for the memory

Specifies the memory quota for a VM in resource contention. The quota indicates the relative priority or importance of a VM. For example, if the memory quota of VM A is twice that of VM B, VM A can consume twice as many memory resources as VM B. The memory quota is calculated as follows:

  • Low: Memory capacity x 5
  • Medium: Memory capacity x 10
  • High: Memory capacity x 20
  • Custom: 1 to 20971520

Default value: Medium

Medium

Reserved for the memory

Specifies the minimum physical memory resources of the VM. If the reserved memory is 0, the system reserves the minimum required memory resources for the VM.

Value:

  • Minimum value: 0
  • Maximum value: configured memory size

Default value: 0

0

Number of VMs

Specifies the number of VMs to be created. The number of VMs is a positive integer less than or equal to 100. If the IP address of the first NIC is a static IP address (Obtain IP is set to Static in the NIC configuration), the value of Number of VMs ranges from 1 to the maximum number of VMs allowed in the IP segment. The maximum number of VMs cannot exceed 100. If the assigned IP addresses are already used in the network segment, the value of Number of VMs is the difference between the maximum number of VMs allowed in the IP segment and the number of used IP addresses. For example, if 80 VMs are allowed in a network segment and five IP addresses are used, the maximum number of VMs to be created is 75 (80 – 5).

100

VM naming rule

The naming rule specifies how VMs are named. The VM name consists of a prefix and a number expressed by one or multiple number signs (#). The prefix starts with a letter or a digit. It consists of letters, digits, and -. The VM name is 1 to 15 characters long.

NOTE:

Names of linked clone and full memory VMs cannot contain the AD domain account name.

Fast#

VM name prefix(Full copy/QuickPrep)

Specifies the VM name prefix before a VM is assigned. It is a string of 0 to 5 characters consisting of letters and digits.

AB

Domain name

Enter the value of Domain configured on System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

Domain_01

OU name

Enter the value of OU name configured on System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

UserOU

Table A-4 Desktop parameters

Parameter

Description

Example Value

Desktop

A desktop can be configured with one or multiple HDCs. During VM quick provisioning, enter the value of DesktopID configured on System > Initial Configuration > Desktop Components > Desktop Information.

Desktop_01

Desktop group name

Identifies a desktop group.

A desktop group is a group of VMs assigned to a user or user group.

The desktop group name must meet the following requirements:

  • Contain only digits, letters, spaces, and special characters ~!@%^_+-.
  • Contain a maximum of 55 characters.
  • Cannot start with any of the following characters: !@%^.

DesktopGroup_01

Desktop group type

  • 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, and Full copy VMs are supported.
  • Static pool: The system allocates a VM randomly to a user attempting to log in to the desktop group for the first time. The user can use the assigned VM only. Linked clone, Full memory, and Full copyVMs are supported.
  • Private: Each user can be assigned with a separate desktop VM. Users can install user-defined applications and store theirdata on the VM. Only Full copy VMs are supported. Multiple Users and Single user assignment types are supported.

Private

Desktop group description

Provides supplementary information about the desktop group.

Value: a string of 0 to 255 characters

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Set assignment type (Full copy)

  • Multiple Users: Assign a VM to multiple users.
  • Single user: Assign a VM to one user.

Multiple Users

Add User (Full copy)

  • The added users must first be defined on the LiteAD server. The username must be the same as the username set when the VM user is created.
  • Use commas (,) to separate multiple usernames, for example, vdesktop\User01, vdesktop\User02,….
  • You can enter usernames with or without domain names. A username can be in any of the following formats:
    • NetBIOS name\username, for example, vdesktop\User01
    • Fully qualified domain name (FQDN)\username, for example, vdesktop.huawei.com\User01
    • Username@NetBIOS name, for example, User01@vdesktop
    • Username@FQDN, for example, User01@vdesktop.huawei.com

User01

Set User Group (Full copy)

If the user group Users is configured when the VM template is created, set this parameter to Users. Otherwise, set this parameter to Administrators.

If the OS you use is not in Chinese or English, set this parameter to the name of the administrator group in your language.

Administrators

Number of VMs (Linked clone/Full memory)

Specifies the number of VMs assigned to a user. If this parameter is set to 0, Add User (Group) is unavailable.

2

Add User (Group) (Linked clone/Full memory)

  • The user (group) added must first be defined on the LiteAD server. The username (group) must be the same as the value of Username or Group name set when the VM user is created.
  • Use commas (,) to separate multiple usernames, for example, vdesktop\UserGroup01, vdesktop\UserGroup02,….
  • You can enter usernames with or without domain names. A username containing a domain name can be in any of the following formats:
    • NetBIOS name\username, for example, vdesktop\UserGroup01
    • FQDN\username, for example, vdesktop.huawei.com\UserGroup01
    • Username@NetBIOS name, for example, UserGroup01@vdesktop
    • Username@FQDN, for example, UserGroup01@vdesktop.huawei.com

UserGroup01

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