Ensure that your system meets certain requirements before you install VMware App Volumes.
|Database||App Volumes Manager supports the following Microsoft SQL databases:
For High Availability, App Volumes supports the following database features:
Use App Volumes Manager on one of the following supported browsers:
|App Volumes Manager||
|App Volumes Agent (client OS)||
|App Volumes Application Capture Command-Line Program||System requirements for the command-line capture program is the same as that of the App Volumes agent.
Note: .NET Framework 3.5 is required for using PowerShell.
|Hypervisor (if using VMDK)||VMware ESXi and vCenter Server 6.5 or later|
|File share (if using VHD)||SMB version 3|
|Directory||Microsoft Active Directory domain, 2003 functional level or later. Read-only account access.|
|Storage Virtual Adapters and Devices
Virtual SCSI Targets Per Virtual Machine (PVSCSI only)
Note: This value is supported in ESXi 6.7 and later. If you are using ESXi versions earlier than 6.7, then the number of disks supported is
|App Volumes Manager||Agent and Manager communications||
|App Volumes Manager||Manager and Manager communications
Note: Multiple App Volumes Manager components can communicate with each other in scenarios such as Scaling App Volumes Manager or in application synchronization.
For more information about application synchronization, see the Configure Multiple App Volumes Instances for Application Synchronization section in the VMware App Volumes Administration Guide 4, version 2111 and later at VMware Docs.
|TCP 443 (HTTPS)|
|App Volumes SQL Database||Database communication||TCP 1433 (SQL)|
Note: For more information about the App Volumes ports, see the VMware Ports and Protocol information.