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

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Quickly Importing OpenStack platform Computers

Quickly Importing OpenStack platform Computers

Scenarios

This section describes how to import computers created by the OpenStack platform. The operation includes computer import and computer assignment.

Impact on the System

This operation has no adverse impact on the system.

Prerequisites

  • Computers have been created by the OpenStack platform and network interworking between FusionAccess and the computer to be imported has been ensured.
  • Computers created on the OpenStack platform have been configured using a template tool.
  • A browser has been configured. FusionAccess has been interconnected with OpenStack. The Quick Import page can be properly displayed.
  • You have logged in to the FusionAccess portal. For details, see Logging In to FusionAccess.

Data

When the service type is VDI, the data to be prepared is listed in Table 4-7.

Table 4-7 Data to be prepared

Parameter

Description

Example Value

Service type

Selects VDI in common scenarios and SBC in application virtualization scenarios.

VDI

Domain name

Specifies the domain information pre-configured in System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

vdesktop.huawei.com

VM group name

Specifies a group of VMs of the same type. Selects an existing VM group or creates a VM group.

Group01

Local area

Specifies the area to which the VM belongs. It is pre-configured in System > Rights Management > Area Management.

-

OU name

Specifies the VM OU name pre-configured in System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

UserOU

Desktop

Specifies the DesktopID information pre-configured in System > Desktop Components > Desktop Information. A desktop can be bound to one or multiple HDCs. A desktop can be bound to one or multiple HDCs.

Desktop_01

Desktop group name

Specifies a group of VMs that have been assigned to users or user groups. Selects an existing desktop group or creates a desktop group.

DesktopGroup_01

Desktop group type

  • Private: This type is applicable to hosting computer VM groups. A computer can be assigned to one or more domain users. Two assignment types are available, namely, Single User and Multiple Users.
  • Static pool: A desktop group randomly assigns a computer to a user during the first login of the user; and then the computer is bound to the user. A user can be bound with only one computer.
  • Dynamic pool: VMs in the desktop group are dynamically assigned to users and no fixed binding relationships exist. One user can use only one computer at a time.

Private

VM naming rule

Selects an existing naming rule or customizes the naming rule or computer name.

-

Assignment type

  • Single User: indicates that a VM can be used only by one user.
  • Multiple Users: indicates that a VM can be shared by multiple users.

Single User

User (Group)

  • The added user (group) must be an existing user (group) on the active directory (AD) server.
  • When the assignment type is Multiple Users, multiple users (groups) can be configured.
  • Multiple user names are separated by commas (,).

-

User Group

You can set the Users group only when user group Users is configured during VM template creation. Otherwise, you can set only the Administrators permissions.

Administrators

Computer name

This parameter is configured only when the VM naming rule is set to Custom computer name.

Test01

When the service type is SBC, the data to be prepared is listed in Table 4-8.

Table 4-8 Data to be prepared

Parameter

Description

Example Value

Service type

Selects VDI in common scenarios and SBC in application virtualization scenarios.

SBC

Domain name

Specifies the domain information pre-configured in System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

vdesktop.huawei.com

VM group name

Specifies a group of VMs of the same type. Selects an existing VM group or creates a VM group.

Group01

Local area

Specifies the area to which the VM belongs. It is pre-configured in System > Rights Management > Area Management.

-

OU name

Specifies the VM OU name pre-configured in System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU.

UserOU

Desktop

Specifies the DesktopID information pre-configured in System > Desktop Components > Desktop Information. A desktop can be bound to one or multiple HDCs. A desktop can be bound to one or multiple HDCs.

Desktop_01

Application group

Selects an existing application group or create a new application group.

-

Application group name

The name can contain Chinese characters, digits, letters, spaces, and special characters: ~!@%^_+-, and cannot exceed 55 characters. The name cannot start with any of the following characters: !@%^.

AppvGroup01

VM naming rule

Selects an existing naming rule or customizes the naming rule or computer name.

-

Computer name

This parameter is configured only when the VM naming rule is set to Custom computer name.

Test01

Procedure

Confirm the computer source.

  1. Determine that if an OpenStack-sourced computer exists in the computer to be managed?

Discover VMs.

  1. On the FusionAccess WebUI, choose Desktop > All Computers > Unmanaged Computer.
  2. Click Manage Discovery Task.

    The Manage Discovery Task page is displayed.

  3. Select Desktop.

    NOTE:

    The Desktop is the HDC server configured in System > Initial Configuration > Desktop Components.

  4. Click Start.

    A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

  5. Click Confirm.

    A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

  6. Click Confirm.

    The VM discovery task starts.

    NOTE:

    The discovery task automatically stops when the preset end time reaches, or you can manually stop the task.

Confirm the computer type.

  1. Is the imported computer type VDI?

Quickly Importing Computers (VDI)

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, click Quick Import.

    The Import Computer page is displayed.

  2. Set the service type to VDI.
  3. Select the domain name as required.
  4. Click Add in Computer list.

    The Select Computer page is displayed.

  5. Click the computer to be imported and click OK.
  6. Create a VM group by customizing its name and description, or select an existing VM group from the drop-down list.
  7. Configure the local area to which the VM belongs as required.
  8. Configure the OU to which the VM belongs as required.
  9. Click Next.

    The Assign Computer page is displayed.

  10. Select a desktop as required.
  11. Create a desktop group by customizing its name, description, and type, or select an existing desktop group from the drop-down list.
  12. Select the VM naming rule.
  13. Set the computer assignment type.
  14. Configure the user (group) or user group for the desktop to be assigned.
  15. Click Next.

    The Confirm page is displayed.

  16. Review the preceding settings and click Confirm.

Quickly Importing Computers (SBC)

  1. On the FusionAccess portal, click Quick Import.

    The Import Computer page is displayed.

  2. Set the service type to SBC.
  3. Select the domain name as required.
  4. Click Add in Computer list.

    The Select Computer page is displayed.

  5. Click the computer to be imported and click OK.
  6. Create a VM group by customizing its name and description, or select an existing VM group from the drop-down list.
  7. Configure the local area to which the VM belongs as required.
  8. Configure the OU to which the VM belongs as required.
  9. Click Next.

    The Assign Computer page is displayed.

  10. Select a desktop as required.
  11. Select an existing application group or customize an application group.
  12. Select the VM naming rule.
  13. Click Next.

    The Confirm page is displayed.

  14. Review the preceding settings and click Confirm.
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