How many devices do you need to simulate all the possible versions and management modes of Android Enterprise in your UAT environment or home lab for testing? One for Work Profile, one for COPE, one for Work Managed, maybe one for Legacy Device Administrator and one more for COSU - multiply this by at least … Continue reading How to virtualize Android devices on macOS and Windows 10
Symptoms In Workspace One UEM console, when you try to add an internal Android application in the form of .apk file to Managed Google Play using iFrame method you get an error stating "Upload a new apk file with a different package name". Cause This error is most likely due to the duplicate app with … Continue reading MiniKB: “Upload a new apk file with a different package name” error when trying to add an internal application to Managed Google Play using iFrame method
Using Microsoft RDSH for delivering session desktops and apps is still a very popular approach. While cost effective, it lacks many features and functionalities that are available in the full VDI. One of them is lack of a unique IP address tied to a specific user in a given time. Having 25 users sharing sessions … Continue reading Remote Desktop IP and Loopback Virtualization with Horizon Instant Clone farms
Last Christmas Santa Claus was very generous for me! I found all the stuff to build a powerful home lab under the Christmas tree. I decided to share my home lab experience as I’ve learned the hard way how to choose, finance and set up such an environment. At VMware, we have plenty of options … Continue reading Yet another Home Lab story
My recent engagements with customers from the finance verticals unveiled some specific common requirement when it comes to desktop virtualization projects for their branches. A lot of banks still run core banking software using LU (Logical Units) terminal interfaces on Windows to communicate with Mainframe's SNA network through Microsoft Host Integration Server. Virtualizing endpoints running … Continue reading Still got Mainframe? Virtual Desktops in an SNA networks.
vSphere Hypervisor supports on-board network adapters and those added with PCI/PCIe expansion slots only. There is no support for network adapters connected with USB which might be problematic in some test/dev/home lab use cases. Recently a Fling was released that adds drivers to the ESXi for three most popular network adapters on usb: ASIX USB … Continue reading USB Network Adapters with ESXi
...one Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. Brand new report on the state of Unified Endpoint Management solutions was released by Gartner last week. I thought it is a good moment to brag a little as VMware was named an absolute leader (for the 8th … Continue reading One Ring to rule them all…