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in this video I'm gonna walk through setting up the new as your Windows
virtual desktop service
hello everyone this is Ciraltos and I'm Travis this
week Microsoft announced Windows virtual desktop is now in public preview I've
been waiting for over two years for this to become available so super excited to
dig in and try it out in this video I'm gonna walk through setting up a Windows
virtual desktop tenant before that let me take a minute ask everyone watching
to subscribe go ahead hit that button down there or maybe it's over here
I'll wait okay now that that's over let's move on first why is this
important ever since Server 2000 Microsoft has offered some version of
terminal services these are servers that provide a multi-user environment for
users to log in remotely and access desktops and applications terminal
servers or the latest version called Remote Desktop Services worked but there
were some issues not every application worked on the server OS the same as it
did in desktop OS more significantly setting up a fully redundant RDS
environment required multiple servers for remote gateway services redundant
connection brokers a SQL database load balancers and multiple session
hosts these could all be deployed in Azure but they weren't intended for
cloud services and required a large and probably costly number of servers I had
an opportunity to do an RDS deployment in Azure a couple years ago and came up
with this chart of services used for the deployment looking at this you may
understand why I've been looking forward to a simpler solution how does Windows
virtual desktop differ from a traditional RDS environment first the
entire remote access gateway a remote web the connection broker are all part
as the platform as a service offering no need to deploy and configure servers for
supporting that infrastructure it's so new I couldn't even find an image for
the PowerPoint also Windows 10 1809 now supports multiple users that means you
no longer need to set up a remote Desktop session host on a server you can
simply deploy Windows 10 image you may already have and allow users to connect
to that even if you don't have an image you can use an image from Azure
gallery and then use the same management tools you already have in place for your
Windows 10 workstations in the virtual desktop environment no more setting up
GPOs for a remote desktop session hosts that try to mimic existing workstation
GPOs and astute remote desktop professional may have noticed I haven't
mentioned anything about Remote Desktop licensing servers that's because there
aren't any the RDS license was used to cover users connecting to a server OS
with Windows virtual desktop and Windows 10 multi-user no RDS license is required
desktops can be deployed for persistent named users or for a more traditional
shared VDI experience and Windows 7 deployments in WVD get three years of
security updates at no additional charge so this is a great option if you're
holding out for Windows 7 because you may have an application that can't be
migrated to Windows 10 now that that's out of the way let's start the
walkthrough and please note that WVD has been in preview for just a couple days
at the time of recording things may and probably will change by the time you see
this ok everyone let's get started with demos in this section we're going to
grant Azure active directory permissions to the Windows virtual
desktop service assign the tenant crater application role to user in Active
Directory and then we're going to create a Windows virtual desktop tenant so
we're going to start at the documentation which is always a good
spot to start and from there we're going to go over to the Windows virtual
desktop consent page and here we are going to give consent to virtual Windows
virtual desktop now I need my tenant ID for this I'm going to go over to
properties of my default directory and I'll get that tenant ID
and then I'll add that in and once I submit I'll get a prompt for
authentication and I'm just gonna read through it real quick and hit accept and
it's very courteous it's gonna thank me I'm gonna go back and we have to do this
again for the client so we just did server now we're gonna do client our
server app so when you change that drop-down it does take a couple seconds
to populate so give it some time if it's not behaving the way you expect it to
I'll hit submit it's gonna ask me for my account again I'll read and accept so
now we have consented to Windows virtual desktop services in this section we're
going to assign the tenant crater role to a user and as your Active Directory
I'm going to go into all my applications and look for Windows virtual desktop
there it is
I'll select that and I'm going to go into users and groups and from here I'm
going to add a user
and I'll add the admin, global admin account for this directory and the
assignment has done now we're gonna go over to powershell where i'm going to
create a virtual desktop tenant before that i do that i have to add the new RDS
module into powershell so that's going to be a simple install module and you do
have to run this as administrator so i'll install the module
and now I'm gonna import the module that's Microsoft dot Rd infra dot Rd
PowerShell is the module name now that that's done I'm going to create the
Windows virtual desktop tenant there's a couple commands I need to run first is
the add RDS account and the next one is the new RDS tenant so for tenant name
I'm just going to give this a name Ciraltos and I need the Active Directory ID
so I'll go over to properties of my default directory and I can get that
information from there and I'll get the subscription ID from my subscription
page there's other ways to get this but this is the most handy right now
now that I have that entered we'll just run the command so first I'm going to
run that ad RDS account and I'll need to sign in this is the same account I gave
permissions to in the previous step and here it looks like and it looks like
I've put in the wrong password so let me try that again there we go so now I have
a deployment URL and I'll be able to go to that later once we set up the pool so
now I'm going to run the new RDS tenant and that's going to create the tenant of
Sur altos tenant named Ciraltos and the tenant group name is default tenant
group so now I have that tenant setup and let's move on to setting up the pool
now it's time to set up the host pool so we're gonna do this by going to create a
resource and the host pool is the actual pool of computers that users will be
connecting to and unlike a traditional RDS environment this will use Windows 10
multi-user OS instead of a server OS we'll start by going and searching for
Windows virtual desktop and here you can see the option to provision a host pool
I'm gonna go to crate and let's start filling out some information so the host
pool name will be let's just call this ciraltos one and here are the options
to do pooled or personal pool is more of a traditional VDI environment where
users will connect to any available machine in the pool personal is more of
a one-to-one relationship where somebody has dedicated workstation and you can
always hover over this little eye to get more information on each here I'm going
to add the default desktop users now you have to do this in a comma separated
value here it gives you an example so you would have to enter every user who's
going to connect manually or you could pull it from
Active Directory with PowerShell and create a CSV file this is something I
hope Microsoft intends to change it would be better to use group membership
for this for sure but as it's in preview I suspect this is going to change pretty
quickly or at least before it becomes GA so I'm just gonna add one user into this
now I select my subscription I'm gonna create a new resource group and I'll
leave it in central us now you can create these pools in any location you
want but the data that's stored any user settings profile data is going to be in
East US 2 us too that's something that's specified in the preview that will
change but just so you know that data is gonna be stored in east US 2 so I'll
click OK and here's where we can provision the
actual VMs so it does a calculation for you based on the type of use and the
number of users you can see it's changing the virtual machine count as I
move through I actually don't want to do a d8 sv3
and I only have one user so what's interesting is if I click five it's
gonna change to one let's change it to 50 and we'll see that it goes up to two
VM's so I'm gonna change size again because I don't want that and I'll just
go into something a little bit more cost efficient which is a b-1 ms now you can
see a change from two to nine so it's doing some calculations on the number it
thinks you're gonna need based on the users you add I'm going to go back to
three and it'll change it to one and just to point out that I'm doing this as
a demo to show how to deploy a pool this isn't what I'd use in production
but I'd also don't want to spend a lot of money on my demos so here we go into
the virtual machine prefix I'll going to add the prefix of CIRWVD couple
things to note it will add the - after this you cannot use underscores in the
prefix so just be aware of that the first time I did this I added a dash and
then it also added a dash so I had two dashes it look kind of silly so we'll
just leave it at that and we're going on to the next one so here's where we can
select the image if you have your own image you can upload it to blob storage
or create a managed disk I'm gonna use the gallery and I'm gonna use this
Windows 10 enterprise and multi-session will go a standard hard drives next I'm
going to need an account used to join these virtual machines to the domain I
have one set up called domain add and now we have to add in the password and
something interesting about the password the password you enter although it's a
domain password that meets my domain policies it has to meet their policies
which is 12 characters and the use of special characters and stuff so most of
my passwords are 8 characters long and that didn't work we can go see it says
it has to be 12 I just thought that was kind of interesting that they're
enforcing their passwords on my domain accounts but anyway that's fine
okay so I am gonna specify an OU so if I click yes something else to
point out here and I miss this and it kind of causes an error the first time
it auto populates the domain with contoso and that is not the domain so
that will not work so I need to put in my domain and then
I'm gonna put in a path as well and here I'm gonna select the virtual network I
have in place and I'll use my default subnet that's good for now so now it's
asking me for my virtual desktop tenant group and name you can get that from the
powershell command we ran before but I know that is Ciraltos here you can have
a Windows virtual desktop tenant RDS user you can either use a UPN or service
principle I'm gonna use the UPN for now
okay now I have that it's gonna ask for a summary and it's gonna run the
validation I'll click OK and now it's gonna ask me to buy read the Terms of
Use and I'm gonna click create and let's hope that this works as intended
all right the deployment is finished that took about 25 minutes so you can
plan anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes for that deployment to run I was able to
shorten it through the miracle of editing couple things I want to point
out first the virtual machine that was created is using managed disks keep in
mind that managed discs are charged a set rate per month no matter how much
data is on them that's unlike blob storage where you're charged per amount
of data used and data transfer so basically managed disks have their
advantages but they're a little bit more expensive so if you're running this on a
pay-as-you-go subscription like I am and you're trying to keep those costs down
you may want to only deploy this when needed so here we can go in and we can
see that the virtual machine is running there it is and this virtual machine is
on my domain that's why I had to add the domain add password I should point out
because I didn't when we're making this deployment the v-net that I connected
this to has a domain controller on it so there was no issue with communication
for this VM during the deployment to be added to the domain ok let's see if this
works so I'm going to go to the URL that's in the document Microsoft has
published and I did this once already so I'm gonna click on the second session
desktop have you noticed that it named them the same name which is a little
confusing so I'll have to go back and figure out why that is it seems like
they should have different names but anyway let's continue on
turns out I entered the wrong password and here we go so this is the
web client there's also a desktop client that you can use but I don't have that
installed yet so this really shows though that it is working I'm logging in
to the domain with a domain account as a comparison when I did the RDS deployment
in Azure that took me days to get everything figured out from setting up
all the servers the load balancers the SQL connection broke sequel database
where the connection brokers all that took a long time this took literally
like what half an hour and I could set up hundreds of these with thousands of
users connecting and only do it when I actually need it so even if you don't
have an immediate need for Windows virtual desktop you could see how an
application like this could be very valuable even in a business continuity
scenario you could have an image ready to go and if there was a disaster or a
need for a large number of people to connect remotely this could be spun up
in a couple hours and be available for those users so there it is a functioning
Windows desktop on an html5 client thanks for watching I have more videos
planned right away or at least as time allows to go over things like deploying
remote applications preparing custom images or just about anything else to
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