Monthly Archives: May 2015

Private VLANs with Distributed vSwitch & Extreme Networks Switches

I came across this just this week working with on a virtual desktop deployment. One of the requirements is to disallow virtual desktops in the same subnet to talk to each other. The most efficient way to do this was to make use of Private VLANs and put the desktops in an Isolated PVLAN. It… Read More »

Errors in a KB Article – Horizon View 6.x Network Ports

This post was written on the 5th May 2015. Hopefully sometime in the near  future it is no longer relevant, but until then, be aware of an error in a KB article (2085383) for Horizon View 6.x network ports. I’m compelled to write this post as I’ve just encountered a 2nd partner who got misled by… Read More »

Windows 7 – Optimise Visual Effects for all New User Profiles

Optimisation Type [explain] : user experience (↓↑) / resource optimisation (↑) / functionality (-) / administration (-) this is my 3rd post about Visual Effects optimisation. It must seem I have some obsession about this. Kind of!! As I haven’t found a completely reliable source of information on how to do this. In the land of… Read More »