Maximize Cloud Efficiency with Thinfinity VDI Manager: Optimize Your Virtual Resources

How to enable VDI Manager

Introduction to VDI Manager in Thinfinity Workspace

The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Manager is an integral component of the Thinfinity Workspace, designed to streamline and simplify the management of cloud-based virtual resources. This powerful tool empowers administrators and end-users to efficiently handle various operations related to Virtual Machines (VMs). The VDI Manager supports provisioning, scaling, starting, stopping, and deallocating VMs hosted on renowned cloud platforms like Azure, AWS, GCP, and IONOS, all accessible via the Thinfinity portal

To harness the full potential of the VDI Manager, especially for cloud automation, it's essential to configure it with the appropriate permissions and settings. Here's a step-by-step guide to enable cloud automation in the Thinfinity Workspace:

Accessing the Permissions Tab: Begin by navigating to the permissions tab in the configuration manager. This is the control hub for managing user access and feature permissions within Thinfinity.
Enabling Key Features: In the permissions tab, locate and enable the "web manager" and the "cloud on demand" features. These options are crucial for managing cloud-based resources and enabling web-based management functionalities.

Applying Changes: After selecting the necessary features, ensure to hit 'Apply' to save and activate these settings. This action confirms the changes and integrates them into the Thinfinity environment.

Verifying VDI Manager Services: The next crucial step involves going to the services tab. Here, you need to check and confirm that the VDI Manager Service services are enabled. This ensures that the VDI Manager is active and operational, ready to manage cloud-based VMs.

By following these steps, you enable the VDI Manager to effectively interact with cloud platforms, granting it the necessary permissions to automate and manage VMs in a cloud environment. This setup not only enhances the efficiency of resource management but also integrates cloud automation seamlessly into the Thinfinity Workspace.

If you have any further inquiries or need additional support, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Our team is always available to help address any questions or concerns you may have.

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