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16 Apr 2012 10:46 #187 by merrist
merrist created the topic: VDI Template and Target installation
Can i install the Target on the template When i prepared the VDI OS template?

Is there the Microsoft Office in the Target Setup package?

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16 Apr 2012 14:29 #189 by d.geerlings
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Yes you can install the target software on a template that you use for VDI deployment.

Office is NOT included with the target package.

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17 Apr 2012 11:04 #190 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation

Dennis Geerlings wrote: Yes you can install the target software on a template that you use for VDI deployment.

Office is NOT included with the target package.



thanks you ,so i installed the target software on the template when i prepare to use the template for VDI deployment.then i finished the installation successfully.but ,as shown in the image:


what's this image means?
1.IE8 has a bug.what can i do?I don't know the prompt
2.add the computer to the VSI AD group?
3.physical RAM?or page momery?
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17 Apr 2012 13:25 #193 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation
As a general question, have you already run the Login VSI AD setup?

Regarding your questions
1. The message regarding IE8 only applies to terminal server/Remote desktop services. If you use those disable Internet Explorer enhanched security.
2. If you ran the VSI AD setup an OU structure has been created for VSI. All target machines need to be added to the Computers OU in this structure.
3. This message asks you to configure the page file to twice the amount of physical RAM. So if you have 1024 MB of RAM, set the page file to 2048 (minimum and maximum).

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18 Apr 2012 08:03 #196 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation

Dennis Geerlings wrote: As a general question, have you already run the Login VSI AD setup?

Regarding your questions
1. The message regarding IE8 only applies to terminal server/Remote desktop services. If you use those disable Internet Explorer enhanched security.
2. If you ran the VSI AD setup an OU structure has been created for VSI. All target machines need to be added to the Computers OU in this structure.
3. This message asks you to configure the page file to twice the amount of physical RAM. So if you have 1024 MB of RAM, set the page file to 2048 (minimum and maximum).

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hi administrator,
so,I should not worry the first item.because i used the xp OS and didn't need to care about IE ESC.

thanks

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18 Apr 2012 08:06 #197 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation
yes,i have already run the Login VSI AD Setup at first.

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19 Apr 2012 06:32 #215 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation

Dennis Geerlings wrote: As a general question, have you already run the Login VSI AD setup?

Regarding your questions
1. The message regarding IE8 only applies to terminal server/Remote desktop services. If you use those disable Internet Explorer enhanched security.
2. If you ran the VSI AD setup an OU structure has been created for VSI. All target machines need to be added to the Computers OU in this structure.
3. This message asks you to configure the page file to twice the amount of physical RAM. So if you have 1024 MB of RAM, set the page file to 2048 (minimum and maximum).



2."All target machines need to be added to the Computers OU in this structure"
so,how should i do for adding to the Computers OU. use manual operation?and how should i do?

log on to the Target locally,then add to the computer to the Login VSI Domain.but i have a question about the password of the user's account.what's the password of joinning the Domain's account?

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23 Apr 2012 21:35 #241 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation
Merrist,

This is your own domain. You should know the password :)

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23 Apr 2012 23:25 #243 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: VDI Templet and Target installation

Dennis Geerlings wrote: Merrist,

This is your own domain. You should know the password :)


Hi,Dennis Geerlings
thank you。

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