When you disable a desktop pool, the pool is no longer presented to users and pool provisioning is stopped. Users have no access to the pool. After you disable a pool, you can enable it again.
About this task
You can disable a desktop pool to prevent users from accessing their remote desktops while you prepare the desktops for use. If a desktop pool is no longer needed, you can use the disable feature to withdraw the pool from active use without having to delete the desktop pool definition from View.
- In View Administrator, select .
- Select a desktop pool and change the status of the pool.
Disable the pool
Select Disable Desktop Pool from the Status drop-down menu.
Enable the pool
Select Enable Desktop Pool from the Status drop-down menu.
- Click OK.