Author Archives: chrisdhalstead

VMware App Volumes API Reference

A detailed reference on the VMware App Volumes API Continue reading

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VMware Access Point Deployment Utility

A GUI wrapper for the VMware OVF tool, to easily deploy VMware Access Point Continue reading

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VMware App Volumes Self Service Utility

VMware App Volumes Self Service Utility Last week we VMware held it’s Tech Summit for the SE and PSO organizations.   As part of the event there was a Hackathon held where employees could develop a “hack” for existing VMware … Continue reading

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Add Restriction Tags to VMware Horizon 6 Hosted Applications

Background I have had several customers ask if it is possible to add restriction tags to Hosted Application pools in the same way they can be applied to desktop pools.    Restriction tags allow you to choose which connection server … Continue reading

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VMware User Environment Manager (UEM) – Part 1 – Overview / Installation

VMware recently announced the release of the User Environment Manager (UEM) product.   This is the former Flex+ product from the acquisition of Immidio.   I have had the opportunity to test the solution over the past several weeks.   … Continue reading

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VMware Horizon View Events Database Export Utilty

Update 4/29/15  This utility is now available for download as a VMware Fling! https://labs.vmware.com/flings/horizon-view-events-database-export-utility Update 2/9/15 – Version 1.5 available for download. New Features: Added pool filtering Added Client IP address output (from BROKER_USERLOGGEDIN event type) Additional fixes, debugging and error … Continue reading

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SyncFiles Utility

I actually wrote this utility a few months ago, but it was very useful for the customer I developed it for so I wanted to share it.   This utility was developed because a customer of mine was looking at … Continue reading

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