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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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VDI bridges two skill sets: the desktop specialist looking after the deployment of applications, desktops, and management of user profiles; and the datacenter specialist, who manages the backend roles and services that servers provide, such as virtualization. I also recognize that while Hyper-V and Windows VDI are growing in popularity, there will be many experts in other technologies who will understand the concepts but not necessarily the way things work in Windows VDI, or some of the Microsoft terminology.

I am going to assume you have heard of PowerShell and PowerCLI and have had some exposure to that, as well as the basics of core infrastructure, such as TCP/IP and Active Directory, and have used Windows to some degree. ...

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