Server-hosted desktop virtualization environments can be tricky. Unlike server virtualization, which is well entrenched in the data center these days, VDI can still be a relatively new concept to desktop administrators, who for the most part have been used to working with local PCs.
Much like server virtualization platform vendors, however, VDI vendors cannot be everything to everyone. There are usually gaps (some small, some large) that need to be addressed, and these usually get filled by third-party software companies and developers in the community. But after spending money on the VDI solution itself, convincing management to spend even more money to tackle these various gaps can prove difficult. I've asked around and decided to start compiling a list of free tools that might help with some of the challenges you're facing with your VDI planning or implementation.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, 5 free tools for VMware View VDI admins to try- Infoworld Virtualization
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