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What is Windows VDA and how does it work?

Windows VDA is a device or user-based licensing mechanism for managing access to virtual desktops. Deployment instructions are provided for the following scenarios: Active Directory-joined VMs Azure Active Directory-joined

What is VDA in Citrix VDI?

Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) is installed on each machine that delivers applications and/or desktops to users in your Citrix-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). With Citrix VDA, machines can register with the Citrix Delivery Controller, making their resources accessible to your users.

How do I change the information for an installed VDA?

Later, to customize (change information for) an installed VDA: From the Windows feature for removing or changing programs, select Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent or Citrix Remote PC Access/VDI Core Services VDA. Then right-click and select Change. Select Customize Virtual Delivery Agent Settings.

How do I install a VDA on a physical machine?

(Appears only on multi-session OS machines) Enable brokered connections to a server: Select this option to install a VDA on a physical or virtual machine that will not be used as an image. (Appears only on multi-session OS machines) Enable Remote PC Access: Select this option to install a VDA on a physical machine for use with Remote PC Access.

What is VDA and how to use it?

Generally speaking, VDA is a right. It permits a user access to a Virtual Machine (VM) running Windows Client. This access can be performed from both company-owned devices (such as regular desktop PCs and thin clients) and non-company-owned devices (such as home computers or Internet kiosks). How to use VDA?

What is virtual desktop access (VDA)?

Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) is a new term first introduced at Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Hour webcast. It is related to Windows Client licensing and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) technologies. What is VDA? Generally speaking, VDA is a right. It permits a user access to a Virtual Machine (VM) running Windows Client.

What is OpenWindows VDA?

Windows VDA is a device or user-based licensing mechanism for managing access to virtual desktops. Deployment instructions are provided for the following scenarios: Active Directory-joined VMs Azure Active Directory-joined VMs Azure Gallery VMs Requirements

Do I need a VDA license for Windows 10 Enterprise?

Primary user’s primary device must be covered by Windows 10 Enterprise per Device. To access VDI through Remote Desktop Services (RDS) (or virtual machines through remote desktop) you need a VDA license as well as an RDS Client Access License (CAL). All users that connect to a Remote Desktop Session Host need a CAL.

How do I know if a VDA is installed?

The machine’s Windows Programs and Features display shows the actual VDA version. After a VDA is installed, it cannot deliver apps or a desktop to users until it registers with a Delivery Controller.

How do I automatically update the VDA when controllers are added/removed?

That action is enabled by default on the Firewall page of the wizard. After you specify Controller locations (during or after VDA installation), you can use the auto-update feature to update the VDAs when Controllers are added or removed. For details about how VDAs discover and register with Controllers, see VDA registration.

How do I install a VDA on Windows Server 2016?

Select the VDA Select the Virtual Delivery Agent entry. The installer knows whether it’s running on a single-session or multi-session OS, so it offers only the appropriate VDA type. For example, when you run the installer on a Windows Server 2016 machine, the VDA for multi-session OS option is available.

How do I manually add a delivery controller to my VDA?

On the Delivery Controller page in the VDA installation wizard, select Do it manually. Then, enter the FQDN of an installed Controller and then click Add. If you’ve installed additional Controllers, add their addresses.

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