Use the Inventory icon to navigate to pages where you can work with assets that are in your environment's inventory, such as RDSH farms, assignable images and applications, and virtual machines (VMs) that have been imported into your environment.

Click the Inventory icon to navigate to these pages.




Opens the Applications page, where you can add applications into your inventory, edit parameters for applications in the inventory, rename applications, and remove applications from the inventory.


Opens the Farms page.

At a page level, you can:

  • View the RDSH farms available in your environment.

  • Create an RDSH farm.

  • Edit an existing farm

  • Move a farm online or offline

  • Delete a farm

When you click the name of a specific farm, you can perform actions on that specific farm:

  • Edit various settings, such as the farm's name and its size.

  • Power off and delete the servers in the farm.

  • Work with sessions currently connected to the farm's servers.

  • Examine activity that has taken place in the farm.


Opens the Images page.

In this page, you can:

  • View the assignable desktop images available in the system.

  • Create an assignable desktop image from a master VM that has been prepared with the required agents.

  • Download the DaaS bootstrap file. Use the Download Bootstrap button to download an encrypted bootstrap file for you to deploy to your images. When you select this option, you are prompted to enter a password of 8-20 ASCII characters containing at least one each of the following: lowercase letter, uppercase letter, number, and symbol (!@#$%^&*). Do not use non-ASCII characters in the password.

  • Refresh the DaaS bootstrap password. Use the Refresh Password button to refresh a previously set DaaS bootstrap password.


    If you refresh the password after having downloaded a bootstrap file but before applying the bootstrap file using the Keytool utility, then the resultant agents will not be able to pair. Therefore, it is recommended that you download the bootstrap file again after refreshing the password.

When you select the check box for a specific listed assignable image, or click its name, you can perform the following actions on it:

  • Duplicate, delete it.

  • Take an RDS-enabled image offline from its associated farms, so you can update the image; for example, to install applications that you want to make available to your users. When you take the image offline from its associated farms, the system prevents the farms from creating additional server instances while you are applying changes to the image.

Imported VMs

Opens the Imported VMs page. The virtual machines (VMs) displayed on this page include:

  • The master VMs that you created using the Import action button.

  • VMs that the system imported from the nodes' nodeID-base-vms resource groups.

You can move VMs from this page to the Utility VMs page, according to your organization's needs.

See Imported VMs Page for details.