Preface

Oracle Virtual Desktop Client software is an included component of Oracle's Sun Ray Software and Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure software products that must be separately downloaded from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (https://edelivery.oracle.com).  Use of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client is subject to the Oracle software license agreement provided with and/or applying to Sun Ray Software and Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

The Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Administrator's Guide for Release 3.3 is a comprehensive guide to how to install, configure, and administer Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Troubleshooting information is also included.

Audience

This document is written for system administrators who want to install and configure Oracle VDI in order to deploy desktops to users. It is assumed that readers are familiar with web and virtualization technologies and have a general understanding of operating systems such as UNIX (including Linux) and Windows.

Document Organization

The document is organized as follows:

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