In this video I take you through configuring NVIDIA vGPU with a GRID K2 card on a Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Host (RDSH) with VMware Horizon 6.2. In less than 10 minutes you can configure your RDSH virtual machine with a vGPU profile to deliver high performance 3D applications.
As usual for this time of year I’m excited to be making my final preparations for VMworld Europe (Barcelona) and I thought I’d try something new and host a group discussion about using Horizon 6 with RDS Hosted Applications and Desktops. If you are interested in taking part then make sure to register for EUC3330-GD using the VMworld schedule builder. As the title suggests, being a group discussion means that this will be interactive and give you the opportunity to not only hear from myself on VMware Horizon 6 and RDS best practices, but hear from partners and customers on their implementations and experiences.
I look forward to seeing you all there!
Creating a Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) is straight forward and can be used to securely access your Windows servers over port 443 using the Remote Desktop Connection Client. I use this to access my home lab when I’m on the road or at work, and it saves exposing your machines to the internet directly over RDP (TCP 3389). The RD Gateway isn’t new, in fact it was available on Windows Server 2008 as TS Gateway, and the installation is the same. For this article, I will be using Windows Server 2008 R2. [Read more…] about Building a Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) / RD Gateway Server