This course includes:
In this course, you will learn how to deploy Windows Virtual Desktop, step-by-step, in Microsoft Azure. You'll complete the following steps to prepare the infrastructure for your deployment:
Deploy the Necessary Azure Resources to Support WVD in Azure
Configure a Custom Domain for Azure AD
Deploy and Configure Azure AD Domain Services
Deploy Azure AD Domain Services vNet and Subnet
Provision a Management Server for Azure AD Domain Services
Perform Necessary Network Peering
Once the infrastructure is provisioned, you'll deploy and configure Windows Virtual Desktop. To perform these tasks, you'll complete the following steps:
Perform a Windows Virtual Desktop Deployment
Create and Share a Desktop with Users
Configure Apps for Users
Customize the Windows Virtual Desktop workspace
Optimize Windows Virtual Desktop in Microsoft Azure
Configure FSLogix with an Azure File Share to Host Profile Disks
When you finish this Windows Virtual Desktop course, you'll have a fully-functioning Windows Virtual Desktop environment built completely in Azure. You can then use this lab to experiment with some hands-on assignments.
Who this course is for:
9 sections - 34 lectures - 01:53:52 total length
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