After you install theJMP Server and configure the JMP settings, you can begin using the JMP Integrated Workflow features to create, modify, duplicate, or delete JMP assignments.
You must first install JMP Server and configure the JMP settings before you can start creating JMP assignments. See VMware Horizon JMP Server Installation and Setup Guide and Configure JMP Settings for the First Time for more information.
Ensure that the following pre-requisites are met before you create, edit, duplicate, or delete JMP assignments.
Verify that the Horizon 7 instance that is registered with the JMP setting is up and running.
Ensure that there is at least one Active Directory domain registered with the JMP setting.
Verify that the App Volumes instance that you registered with the JMP setting is up and running.
Verify that the User Environment Manager configuration share defined in the JMP setting is up and running.
When you are attempting to create, edit, duplicate, or delete a JMP assignment, you might receive a message saying that the attempted action did not complete successfully. For example, some problems might be encountered while attempting to reach one of the underlying JMP technology components and the assignment validation fails to complete successfully. On the JMP Assignment summary screen, you can try to correct the problem by selecting one of the following options.
Click Edit to correct the issues manually.
Click Repair to have the JMP Server attempt to fix the issues found on the current JMP assignment.
Click Force Delete to remove the JMP assignment completely.