Hyper-V and Wyse - Setting up a "proof of concept"
Posted on 2012-08-10
We are looking in to setting up Thin Clients for all our employees. We have some "high level" questions ...
We've set up a Hyper-V Server 2012 machine on our network. Using "Hyper-V Manager", we've created some VM's and installed Windows 7 in them -- for example one called "VM-Mark", one called "VM-Dave", etc.
We were given a free Wyse C10LE thin client device to play with, and we have that device "booted up" and configured (we think).
We know we are missing a "piece" somewhere in the middle: When the device boots up, what points it the proper VM? For example, when "Dave" logs in to the device (and I assume our Windows network), what points the device to the proper VM?
I see there is Wyse software called "Wyse Device Manager" -- do we use that to point the device to the Hyper-V server, and associate the login "Dave" to the Virtual Machine called "W7VM-Dave" ?
We are new at this VM/Hyper-V stuff, and we have not been given much of a budget for the "figuring out" part, so any help you have is greatly appreciated.