The virtual machines in a Horizon Automated Linked Clone or Full Clone Desktop Pools and Farms by default inherit the network interface card (NIC) and its associated network label from the parent virtual machine or template. This means that once that network is exhausted in terms of IP address space, no more machines can be provisioned, and administrators need to exceed the number of IP addresses in a range for a pool.
Horizon Network Label Assignment Tool helps the administrator to deploy large pools with a single Parent Virtual Machine or template by enabling to set up multiple network labels present on the ESXi host Cluster. It also provides an option to reset and view the network label configuration setting set previously in a tabular format. The Tool provides the below functionality:
The Tool provides an ability to change the Network labels for the following Pools and Farms:
- Linked Clones Automated Desktop pools
- Full Clone Automated Desktop pools
- RDS Farm (Linked Clones)
The Tool provides the Functionality:
- To Set Network Label Settings for Pool/Farm
- Reset existing Network Label Settings for Pool/Farm
- View existing Network Label Settings for Pool/Farm
Horizon Network Label Assignment Tool is built on Windows PowerShell and has the below prerequisites:
- Windows 10 x64 or above, Windows Server 2016 or above
- PowerShell Version 5.1
- VMware PowerCLI Module
- Horizon 7.13.x and Horizon 8 2006 (Linked clone and Full Clone Desktop Pools and RDS Linked Clone Farm)
- Horizon 8 2012 and above (Full Clone automated Desktop Pools)
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