Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware…

Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware App Volumes 2.12 – VMware EUC Blog

Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware…

The latest release of VMware App Volumes includes several new features and enhancements. This blog post focuses on a new capability that encrypts and secures communication between App Volumes Manager and App Volumes Agent. This blog post walks you through the process of replacing the Manager self-signed certificate with a Microsoft CA-signed certificate. After you read through this blog post, if you would like to see the process, watch this video, Replacing the App Volumes 2.12 Default…Read More


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What’s New in vSphere 6.5: vSphere Integrated…

What’s New in vSphere 6.5: vSphere Integrated Containers – VMware vSphere Blog

What’s New in vSphere 6.5: vSphere Integrated…

Last year we introduced Project Bonneville. The idea behind it, at the high level, is that there is a strong parallel between the constructs Docker uses inside a Linux Docker host and the constructs ESXi uses as a hypervisor. In the final analysis what project Bonneville allowed you to do is to run a docker The post What’s New in vSphere 6.5: vSphere Integrated Containers appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .


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The Best Keeps Getting Better: Introducing App…

The Best Keeps Getting Better: Introducing App Volumes 2.12 – VMware EUC Blog

The Best Keeps Getting Better: Introducing App…

“We’ve tested with the new 2.12 version of App Volumes and see a decrease of login time by 30% to 50% dependent on the amount of AppStacks a user has assigned. Stability and flexibility have also been improved in version 2.12. All and all we are happy with how 2.12 works out in our environment.” […] The post The Best Keeps Getting Better: Introducing App Volumes 2.12 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .


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Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware…

Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware App Volumes 2.12 – VMware EUC Blog

Replacing the Self-Signed Certificate in VMware…

The latest release of VMware App Volumes includes several new features and enhancements. This blog post focuses on a new capability that encrypts and secures communication between App Volumes Manager and App Volumes Agent. This blog post walks you through the process of replacing the Manager self-signed certificate with a Microsoft CA-signed certificate. After you read through this blog post, if you would like to see the process, watch this video, Replacing the App Volumes 2.12 Default…Read More


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