Managing and operating target devices
A target device is a virtual hard disk device that helps desktop/servers to boot and get applications from a vDisk over a network. A device that is castoff to create the vDisk image is defined as a principal (master) target device.
To set up a target device, we need to go through the following four stages:
- Stage 1: Readiness
- A principal (master) target device is essential to create a vDisk image
- A target device will use a vDisk image to boot up the system for the end user
- Stage 2: Inclusion of target devices to a collection in the farm
- Via Console
- Via auto-add
- Via import
- Allocating of target device
- Managing target devices within the farm
- Stage 3: Post creation of target device. The next step is to configure the device ...