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    Default Vdi

    I have a chance to start learning and taking care of vdi desktops and deployments. Question to you is anyone that is a vdi admin now and do they like it? Would they recommend this career path? I have little to no experience with it now. I'm a help desk supervisor now I would be leaving this to go to that. Career change for me.Thoughts and recommendations would be great .

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    So no one doing this? I can't see that as a good sign. ha

    Maybe my description is bad. Any help would be appreciated.
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    You have to give a little more information before someone can help you. If you are going to manage VMware's VDI, your start should happen here:
    https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/pl...38&ui=www_cert

    Personally I haven't came across any VDI deployment that is state of the art. I honestly can't picture someone being good in managing and deploying such technology without taking official class: https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrreg/co..._subject=71951 preferably in classroom environment.
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    I don't do it anymore, but I was a VDI admin using Horizon View/Unidesk. It wasn't my only responsibility, as I was the vSphere, MS Exchange, BC/DR admin as well. Not sure if its a career path, but it's nice to know.

    You can buy a VMUG subscription and build a home lab to learn a ton about it
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