Users have a love/hate relationship with VDI: they love the ability to access apps and information from any device, at any time, but they hate the usual trade-offs in performance and convenience. If you’re using VMware Horizon View, you’ve already overcome a huge acceptance hurdle, by providing a consistently great experience for knowledge workers, mobile workers and even 3D developers across devices, locations, media and connections.
But sometimes, peripherals don’t behave as expected in a VDI environment, which can lead to user frustration. For example, when someone wants to use a Microsoft LifCam Cinema camera, they naturally expect to just plug it into a USB device and have it auto-connect to their VDI session. But if anyone in your organization has tried to do this, you already know that’s not the case. Fortunately, there is an easy workaround to fix the problem.
Download the white paper for the VMware-tested fix to this common problem.
Jeremy Wheeler is an experienced Consulting Architect for VMware’s Professional Services Organization, End-user Computing specializing in VMware Horizon Suite product-line and vRealize products such as vROps, and Log Insight Manager. Jeremy has over 18 years of experience in the IT industry. In addition to his past experience, Jeremy has a passion for technology and thrives on educating customers. Jeremy has 7 years of hands-¬‐on virtualization experience deploying full-life cycle solutions using VMware, CITRIX, and Hyper-V. Jeremy also has 16 years of experience in computer programming in various languages ranging from basic scripting to C, C++, PERL, .NET, SQL, and PowerShell.
Jeremy Wheeler has received acclaim from several clients for his in-¬‐depth and varied technical experience and exceptional hands-on customer satisfaction skills. In February 2013, Jeremy also received VMware’s Spotlight award for his outstanding persistence and dedication to customers and was nominated again in October of 2013