Katie McDonald 01/11/2016
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Original post by David Hulama - Senior Technical Marketing Advisor - Dell - Cloud Client-Computing 

The latest release of Wyse vWorkspace (version 8.6) includes quite an array of improvements. One of which is the ability to configure high availability (HA) natively.

 Until now, Microsoft SCVMM was a required 3rd party tool that had to be installed separately if one wanted to configure their vWorkspace VDI environment for HA. With this latest release, the ability to enable HA is built directly into the vWorkspace console as another tab and enabling or disabling HA in the environment is a simple as checking or unchecking a box.

The attached white paper (PDF below) will guide you step-by-step on how to enable high availability and deploy VMs in your HA vWorkspace environment.

For complete coverage of the Dell Wyse Datacenter for Microsoft VDI and vWorkspace, please see the latest Reference Architecture and associated documents posted here and on Tech Center. Keyword: vWorkspace.


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