You can create an applications assignment on the Assignments page.
- Click the Assign icon.
The Assignments page displays.
- Click New.
- Click the Get Started button under Applications.
- On the Definition tab, enter the following information.
Fixed Attributes (cannot be changed after assignment is created)
Select domain from the drop-down list.
Leave default setting (Yes).
Flexible Attributes (can be changed any time)
Unique name for the assignment.
Select Blast (HTML Access) or PCoIP.
Enter the number of servers.
Users per Server
Enter the number of users per server.
- Click Advanced Properties to display the Advanced Properties fields, and enter information as described below.
Name for all virtual machines, which will have a number appended to it, for example, win7-1, win7-2, win7-Floating. The name must start with a letter and can contain only letters, dashes, and numbers. This value is prefilled based on the assignment name.
(Optional) Active Directory (AD) Organizational Unit where VMs are located. For example, OU=NestedOrgName,OU=RootOrgName,DC=DomainComponent,DC=eng, and so on. The entries must be comma-separated with no spaces in between. For more information about Active Directory, see Working with Nested Organizational Units.
Run Once Script
(Optional) Location of scripts that should run after system preparation completes.
Session Timeout Interval
After this time of inactivity; the user will be logged out. Any unsaved data will be lost.
- Click Next.
- On the Applications tab, select the applications to include in the assignment, and click Next.
- On the Users tab, start typing the name of a user or group in the text box, and then click the name in the list to select it.
- (Optional) Repeat the previous step to select additional users or groups.
- Click Next.
- On the Summary tab, review the information on and if it is correct, click Submit. If not, click Back to return to previous tabs and edit your information.