In the Virtual Desktops: Management and Size steps of the creation wizard, you choose whether to configure the VDI environment to use VMware App Volumes to manage the desktops, specify the number of virtual desktops to be deployed in this environment, and specify the capacity to configure for each desktop. You can also choose to save the VDI workload domain configuration to facilitate the creation of workloads in the future.

Prerequisites

If you plan to use App Volumes in this VDI environment, verify that you have met the related prerequisites described in Create a VDI Workload Domain.

Procedure

  1. On the Virtual Desktops - Management step, choose whether to configure the workload domain to use VMware App Volumes and then proceed to the next step.
  2. On the Virtual Desktops - Size step, type the number of virtual desktops that this workload domain will handle.
  3. Type the amounts of CPU, RAM, and storage to configure for each desktop.
  4. (Optional) : Save the current VDI workload domain configuration by clicking SAVE AND CLOSE.

    This action takes you directly to the Dashboard.

    1. To view and work with the saved configuration, click View Details in the Workload Domains table.

      The saved configuration is listed under the Saved Configurations header on the Workload Domains page.

    2. Click the name of the saved configuration to open the details page.
    3. To create a new VDI domain workload based on the saved configuration, click Resume Configuration.

      This action returns you to the VDI Configuration workflow with the saved configuration settings in place.

    4. To delete the saved configuration, click Delete Configuration.
  5. Proceed to the next step by clicking Next.