Imported VMs are unmanaged VMs with supported operating systems imported into Horizon Cloud to be converted into images or migrated to dedicated desktop assignments.

You can perform the following actions using buttons at the top of the page.

Action

Description

Rename

Select a VM and click Rename. Enter a new name in the field and click Save.

Note:

For this action to be successful, the selected VM must be paired with the tenant using Agent Pairing and the DaaS Agent must be in Active state.

Shutdown

Shuts down the VM(s).

  • You can select more than one VM at a time.

  • VM status must be green.

  • You can only shut down VMs that do not have active user sessions.

Restart

Performs a 'graceful' restart of the VM(s), allowing you to recover hung VMs without loss of data. If this does not work, it may be necessary to use the Reset menu option, which performs a hard reset of the VM and can result in data loss.

  • You can select more than one VM at a time.

  • VM status must be green.

You can perform the following actions by clicking the ". . ." button and making a selection from the drop-down menu.

Action

Description

Suspend

Suspends the selected VM.

Resume

Resumes operation of the selected VM.

Power On

Powers on the selected VM.

Power Off

Powers off the selected VM.

Reset

Resets the selected VM.

Log Off

Logs off the selected VM.

Disconnect

Disconnects the selected VM.

Convert to Image

Converts the selected VM to an image.

Delete

Permanently deletes the selected VM.

Migrate to Utility VMs

Moves the VM to the Utility VMs page. See Managing Utility VMs.

Launch Console

Launches a console for the selected desktop. This option is disabled if the VM is powered off or if more than one VM is selected.

Migrate to Assignment

Associates the VM(s) with a dedicated desktop assignment. In the Migrate VM(s) dialog, select an assignment in the Assignment Name field and click Migrate.

  • VMs can only be migrated to dedicated desktop assignments with the same Desktop Manager ID.

  • Selected VM must be paired with the tenant using Agent Pairing and DaaS Agent must be in Active state.

  • Registry entry "Use SVI=0" is required. This is already present with DaaS Agent 17.1.x and View Agent 7.1, but will have to be added manually for older agents.