Unidesk reported back the following error on a single Desktop
“The CachePoint Appliance could not create the boot image. Error is: Failed to detach disks from the desktop and reattach to the CachePoint Appliance; export the logs and notify Technical Support that this error occurred.”
After looking in vSphere, it turned out that there was an error on that particular desktop
vSphere had put a lock on the Snapshot for this desktop.
After removing the Snapshots and forcing a rebuild from the Unidesk console, the Desktop Booting as normal
To change the account that Unidesk uses you must first create an account in AD and assign the relevant permissions in vCenter. This guide assumes you have any account created in AD already, in this example the account will be UnideskAdmin
Whilst implementing VDI, a particular customer needed to have all “Domain Users” to be local Admins on their Virtual Desktops. This post shows how to enable Domain Users or any Active Directory User or User Group to be given Local Admin rights via GPO.
After installing the Apex 2800 Cards into your ESXi servers and installing the Drivers, you may need to go back in and change some of the Settings or check that offloading is taking place.