Virtual Desktop provisioning with PowerShell

I love it when teams in my own company (Quest) get serious about PowerShell, and our VDI (virtual desktop) folks are definitely the group that is very serious about PowerShell-enabling their application. Which makes a lot of sense – if you cannot automate bulk virtual desktop management how would you get the benefit of mass centralized desktop administration?

So let me give them a plug: they have just released a great new version which among many other things fully supports virtual desktop provisioning:

And they made available a beta of the next version that adds several new capabilities amongst which is the capability to configure (or reconfigure) virtual desktops for use Microsoft Dynamic Memory and RemoteFX.

And the rumour is that there is a PowerPack in the works. If you consider virtualizing desktops in your company or starting your Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) business – check out vWorkspace – this team is committed to full PowerShell scriptability of the platform.


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June 2011

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