You can edit, enable, or disable a desktop model on the Desktop Capacity & Model Definition page.
Note: You cannot edit a desktop model that is currently associated with assignments in your environment.
- Select the model in the Desktop Model Definition list.
Note: Disabled models are grayed out in the Desktop Model Definition list, but you can still click the name of a disabled model to edit or enable it.
- Edit information in the Model Definition dialog box as described in the following table.
Setting Description Name Name for the desktop model. This name is the name that appears in the Administration Console. Session Indicates whether the desktop model is session-based.
- Select Yes to define a session-based desktop model. This provisions remote desktop connections using Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS). In this model, the Service Provider determines the type of services available to the Tenant and every desktop is identical, supporting the same applications. The user cannot install applications or customize the environment.
- Select No to define a non-session-based model.
- Select Yes to enable the model.
- Select No to leave the model disabled.
vCPU Number of virtual processors for the model. This value must be either '1' or an even number less than 100. vRAM Size in GB of the virtual memory for the model. The value must be less than 100. HD Size in GB of the hard drive for the model. The value must be less than 100.
- Click Save.
A message displays saying 'Desktop Model persisted successfully'.
- Click OK.
The updated model appears in the Desktop Model Definition list.Note: Disabled models are grayed out in the Desktop Model Definition list, but you can still click the name of a disabled model to edit or enable it.