How do I add a VM to my pool?
- Browse to the virtual machine in the vSphere Client. To find a virtual machine, select a data center, folder, cluster, resource pool, or host. …
- Right-click the virtual machine and click Migrate. …
- Select a resource pool in which to run the virtual machine.
- Review your selections and click Finish.
How do I connect to the azure host pool?
Begin the host pool setup process
- Enter Azure Virtual Desktop into the search bar, then find and select Azure Virtual Desktop under Services.
- In the Azure Virtual Desktop overview page, select Create a host pool.
- In the Basics tab, select the correct subscription under Project details.
How do I set up Azure VDI?
Setup Windows Virtual Desktop Workspace
- Log in to Azure Portal as Global Administrator.
- Search for Windows Virtual Desktop in the search bar.
- In Windows Virtual Desktop service page, click on Workspaces.
- In there, click on + Add to create a new workspace.
How do I create a WVD?
Add Users to your Windows Virtual Desktop Host Pool
- Login to the WVD session host (even though it failed, you can RDP in with your AD creds)
- Download and install the Windows Virtual Desktop Agent.
- Enter your registration token generated in PowerShell into the installer.
Which statement is true when adding a VM to a resource pool?
Correct Answer: ACE
A. The VM share value (%Shares) adjusts to the Resource Pool.
What is a resource pool VMware?
A resource pool is a logical abstraction for flexible management of resources. Resource pools can be grouped into hierarchies and used to hierarchically partition available CPU and memory resources. … Resource pools and virtual machines that are at the same level are called siblings.