In this final part of the JMP series I’m creating a JMP assignment. JMP assignments are, in my opinion, a great way to set up default configurations for your VDI or RDSH environment.

With a few clicks you combine an Instant Clone pool with a set of applications and user environment settings for a complete department or even your whole company. 

In this example I’m going to create baseline for my VDI environment, Which exists out of a Windows 10 Instant Clone pool, an AppStack with applications and a set of default user settings all of my fictive users need.

  1. Log in to the Horizon View Management Console.
  2. Click JMP Assignments > Add Assignment.
  3. Add users or groups.
  4. Select the pool, in this case my Windows 10 Instant Clone pool.
  5. Select the AppStacks you want to link.
  6. Select the UEM configurations. This can be every type of UEM setting available. If you don’t want to add UEM settings, slide the Disable UEM settings button to No.

  7. Enter the default name for the JMP assignment, add a description and select attach AppStack at next login.
  8. In the summary click Submit.

This is all there is regarding installing and configuring the JMP server. I hope these series gave you some insights on what JMP is and how you can set it up in your lab or maybe even do a Proof of Concept. Thank you for reading!

JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part One
JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part two
JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part three
JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part four
JMP: Installing and Configuring – Part five

 

 

 

 

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The original article was posted on: ageroskam.nl

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