Oracle® Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Administrator's Guide for Release 3.5

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E36503-03

June 2013


Table of Contents

Preface
1. System Overview of Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
1.1. Introduction to Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
1.2. About Virtualization
1.3. About Storage
1.4. About Management
1.5. About Desktop Access
2. Installing Oracle VDI and Configuring Oracle VDI Centers
2.1. About Oracle VDI Centers and Hosts
2.1.1. Single Oracle VDI Host Configuration
2.1.2. High Availability Configuration Using the Embedded MySQL Server Database
2.1.3. High Availability Configuration Using a Remote MySQL Database
2.2. Oracle VDI System Requirements
2.2.1. Oracle VDI Hardware Requirements
2.2.2. Supported Installation Platforms for Oracle VDI
2.2.3. Requirements for Oracle Linux Platforms
2.2.4. Requirements for Oracle Solaris 11 Platforms
2.2.5. Requirements for Oracle Solaris 10 Platforms
2.2.6. User Requirements
2.2.7. Network Requirements
2.2.8. Time Synchronization
2.2.9. Requirements for Using a Remote MySQL Database
2.2.10. Oracle VDI Centers in Virtualized Environments
2.2.11. Sun Ray Software
2.2.12. Sun Ray Operating Software
2.2.13. Oracle Virtual Desktop Client
2.3. Installing and Configuring Oracle VDI
2.3.1. Installing Oracle VDI
2.3.2. Configuring a New Oracle VDI Center
2.3.3. Adding a Host to an Oracle VDI Center
2.3.4. Removing a Host from an Oracle VDI Center
2.3.5. Reinstalling Oracle VDI
2.3.6. Uninstalling Oracle VDI
2.4. Updating Oracle VDI to Release 3.5
2.4.1. Oracle VDI Update Requirements
2.4.2. Updating an Oracle VDI Center
2.5. Firewall Ports and Protocols
2.5.1. Firewalls Between Clients and Oracle VDI
2.5.2. Firewalls Between Oracle VDI and User Directories
2.5.3. Firewalls Between Desktop Providers and Oracle VDI Centers
2.5.4. Firewalls Between the Hosts in an Oracle VDI Center
3. Configuring Companies and User Directories
3.1. About User Directory Integration
3.1.1. Active Directory Types
3.1.2. LDAP Types
3.1.3. User Directory Customization
3.2. Supported User Directories
3.3. About Companies
3.3.1. Multiple Companies and the Desktop Login Screen
3.4. Creating a Company
3.5. Setting Up Kerberos Authentication
3.5.1. Whitelist and Blacklist Support
3.6. Setting Up Public Key Authentication
3.7. Setting Up Anonymous Authentication
3.8. Setting Up Simple Authentication
3.9. Setting Up Secure Authentication
3.10. About Complex Forest Configurations
3.11. Reconfiguring the User Directory Settings
3.11.1. Defining the User Directory
3.11.2. Changing the Security Level
3.11.3. Changing the Credentials
3.11.4. Updating the Server SSL Certificates
3.11.5. Adding Fallback Hosts
3.12. About Global Oracle VDI Centers
3.12.1. Home and Foreign Oracle VDI Centers
3.12.2. Guest Pools
3.12.3. Global Oracle VDI Centers and Desktop Login
3.12.4. Preparing a User Directory for Global Oracle VDI Centers
3.13. About LDAP Filters and Attributes
3.13.1. Searching for Users and Groups
3.13.2. Requesting a Desktop for a User
3.13.3. Resolving Group Membership
3.13.4. LDAP Cache
3.14. Removing a Company
4. Configuring Desktop Providers and Virtualization Platforms
4.1. Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.1. About Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.2. System Requirements for Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.3. Installing Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.4. Updating Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.5. Configuring the VRDP Port Range
4.1.6. Configuring the VirtualBox Host Memory Overhead
4.2. Microsoft Hyper-V and Remote Desktop Services
4.2.1. Microsoft Hyper-V
4.2.2. System Requirements for Microsoft Hyper-V
4.2.3. Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
4.2.4. System Requirements for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
4.2.5. Microsoft RDS Farm (NLB Cluster) Management
4.2.6. Limitations of Microsoft Remote Desktop Providers and Pools
4.2.7. Preparing a Windows Server
4.3. VMware vCenter
4.3.1. System Requirements for VMware vCenter
4.3.2. Setting Up a VMware ESX Server
4.3.3. Setting Up a VMware vCenter Server
4.3.4. Testing the Platform Setup
4.4. Sun Ray Kiosk Desktop Providers
4.5. Generic Desktop Providers
4.6. Storage
4.6.1. Introduction to Storage
4.6.2. Local Storage
4.6.3. Network File System Storage
4.6.4. iSCSI Storage
4.6.5. Sun ZFS Storage
4.7. Preparing Sun ZFS and iSCSI Storage
4.7.1. Setting Up a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
4.7.2. Storage Clustering for Sun ZFS Storage Appliances
4.7.3. Replicating and Replacing a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
4.7.4. Setting Up an Oracle Solaris ZFS Storage
4.7.5. Replicating and Replacing an Oracle Solaris ZFS Storage
4.7.6. Setting Up an iSCSI Target on Sun ZFS Systems
4.8. Creating Desktop Providers
4.8.1. Creating an Oracle VM VirtualBox Desktop Provider
4.8.2. Creating a Microsoft Hyper-V Desktop Provider
4.8.3. Creating a Microsoft Remote Desktop Provider
4.8.4. Creating a VMware vCenter Desktop Provider
4.8.5. Creating a Sun Ray Kiosk Desktop Provider
4.8.6. Creating a Generic Desktop Provider
5. Configuring Pools and Desktops
5.1. About Pools
5.1.1. Creating Desktop Pools
5.1.2. Choosing Between VRDP and MS-RDP
5.1.3. Configuring Pool Networks
5.1.4. Configuring Pool RDP Options
5.1.5. Enabling USB Redirection
5.1.6. Configuring Smart Card Removal
5.1.7. Configuring Kiosk Settings (Sun Ray Kiosk Provider)
5.1.8. Using the NetBIOS Name to Log In to Windows Desktops
5.1.9. Location Awareness
5.2. About Desktops and Templates
5.2.1. Supported Desktop Operating Systems
5.2.2. About Templates and Revisions
5.2.3. About Desktop and Virtual Machine States
5.3. Creating Desktop Images
5.3.1. Creating Virtual Machines (Oracle VM VirtualBox)
5.3.2. Creating Virtual Machines (VMware vCenter)
5.3.3. Creating Virtual Machines (Microsoft Hyper-V)
5.4. Importing Desktops
5.4.1. Importing Desktops (Oracle VM VirtualBox)
5.4.2. Importing Desktops (VMware vCenter)
5.4.3. Importing Desktops (Microsoft Hyper-V)
5.4.4. Importing Individual Windows PCs
5.4.5. About Template Management
5.5. Cloning Desktops
5.5.1. Cloning Desktops (Oracle VM VirtualBox)
5.5.2. Cloning Desktops (VMware vCenter)
5.5.3. Enabling VMware Linked Cloning
5.5.4. Cloning Desktops (Microsoft Hyper-V)
5.5.5. About Clone Customization
5.5.6. Debugging Fast Preparation Problems
5.5.7. Enabling Oracle VDI Fast Preparation for Windows Templates (Oracle VM VirtualBox and Microsoft Hyper-V)
5.5.8. Enabling System Preparation for Windows Templates (Oracle VM VirtualBox and Microsoft Hyper-V)
5.5.9. About Personal Hard Drives and Windows User Profiles
5.5.10. Clone and Recycle Job Management
5.6. Application Virtualization with Microsoft App-V
5.6.1. App-V Repository Lifecycle
5.6.2. Creating an App-V Repository
5.7. Assigning Users to Desktops
5.7.1. Assigning Users to Pools or Desktops
5.7.2. Creating Custom Groups and Custom Group Filters
5.7.3. Assigning Tokens to Users
5.7.4. Assigning Tokens to Desktops or Pools
5.7.5. Creating Tokens in Bulk
5.7.6. Searching for Desktops
6. Desktop Access
6.1. About Desktop Access
6.2. Desktop Access Using Sun Ray Clients
6.2.1. About the Oracle VDI Sun Ray Kiosk Session
6.2.2. Sun Ray Client User Access Scenarios
6.2.3. User Password Change and Expiry
6.2.4. Modifying the Oracle VDI Sun Ray Kiosk Session
6.2.5. Desktop Login and Desktop Selector Configuration Options
6.2.6. Global Settings for the Oracle VDI Kiosk Session
6.2.7. Debugging the Oracle VDI Kiosk Session
6.2.8. Disabling the Desktop Login and Desktop Selector Screens
6.2.9. Disabling Client Authentication
6.2.10. Enabling a Desktop Screen Lock for Sun Ray Clients
6.2.11. Changing the Language Used in the Desktop Login and Desktop Selector Screens
6.2.12. Adding a Helper Function to the Desktop Login Screen
6.2.13. Changing the Desktop Disconnect Behavior
6.2.14. Customizing the Appearance of the Desktop Login and Desktop Selector Screens
6.2.15. Multiple Monitor Capability
6.3. Desktop Access Using RDP Clients
6.3.1. Accessing Desktops With an RDP Client
6.3.2. About the Oracle VDI RDP Broker
6.4. Desktop Access Using Oracle Secure Global Desktop
6.5. Logging Out of Desktop Sessions
7. Performance and Tuning
7.1. Introduction to Oracle VDI Performance and Tuning
7.2. Oracle VDI Hosts
7.2.1. Sizing Guidelines for Oracle VDI Servers
7.2.2. Controlling the Number of Sessions on an Oracle VDI Host
7.3. Virtualization Hosts
7.3.1. Sizing Guidelines for Oracle VM VirtualBox Servers
7.4. Storage Performance and Tuning
7.4.1. Sizing Guidelines for Sun ZFS Storage Servers
7.4.2. About ZFS Storage Caches
7.4.3. Managing the ZIL on Oracle Solaris Platforms
7.4.4. Oracle VDI Global Settings for Storage
7.4.5. About Block Alignment
7.5. Networking
7.5.1. Configuring a Dedicated iSCSI Network
7.5.2. Configuring Link Aggregation
7.5.3. Configuring a VLAN
7.6. Virtual Machines
7.6.1. Configuring Desktop Resources Per Pool (Oracle VDI Provider)
7.6.2. Optimizing Windows 8 Desktop Images
7.6.3. Optimizing Windows 7 Desktop Images
7.6.4. Optimizing Windows XP Desktop Images
7.6.5. Optimizing Desktop Images for Other Operating Systems
8. Monitoring and Maintaining Oracle VDI
8.1. Logging in to Oracle VDI Manager
8.2. Logging in to the Sun Ray Administration Tool
8.3. Oracle VDI Administrators
8.3.1. About Oracle VDI Role-Based Administration
8.3.2. Creating Administrators and Assigning Roles
8.4. Monitoring Oracle VDI in Oracle Enterprise Manager
8.5. Checking Oracle VDI Services and Logs
8.5.1. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Center
8.5.2. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Service
8.5.3. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Database
8.5.4. Checking the Oracle VDI Log Files
8.5.5. Changing Logging for Oracle VDI
8.5.6. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI RDP Broker
8.5.7. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Center Agent
8.5.8. Checking the Status of Oracle VDI Manager
8.5.9. Checking the Status of Cacao and the Oracle VDI Modules
8.6. Controlling the Oracle VDI Service
8.7. Backing Up and Restoring the Oracle VDI Database
8.7.1. Backing Up the Oracle VDI Database
8.7.2. Restoring the Oracle VDI Database
8.8. About Desktop Provider Alarms
8.8.1. Reconfiguring an Oracle VM VirtualBox Host
8.8.2. Reloading iSCSI or Sun ZFS Storage Configuration on Oracle VM VirtualBox Hosts
8.9. Maintenance Mode
8.9.1. Oracle VM VirtualBox and Microsoft Hyper-V Host Maintenance
8.9.2. Storage Maintenance
8.10. Deleting Orphan Disks
8.11. Oracle VDI Centers and Failover
8.11.1. Identifying Hosts With a Role in an Oracle VDI Center
8.11.2. Rebooting the Master Database Host Without Causing a Failover
8.11.3. Changing the Master Database Host
8.11.4. Changing the Replication Database Host
8.11.5. Tuning Automatic Failover
8.11.6. Triggering a Failover Manually
8.11.7. Removing an Unresponsive Host from an Oracle VDI Center
8.11.8. Changing the Sun Ray Primary Server
8.11.9. Synchronizing the Sun Ray Group Signature and Data Store Password
9. Managing Desktops, Templates, App-V Repositories, and Revisions
9.1. Managing Desktops
9.1.1. Obtaining the ID of a Desktop
9.1.2. Importing a Desktop
9.1.3. Renaming a Desktop
9.1.4. Starting a Desktop
9.1.5. Restarting a Desktop
9.1.6. Assigning a Desktop to a User
9.1.7. Duplicating a Desktop
9.1.8. Exporting a Desktop
9.1.9. Exporting User Profiles from Personal Hard Drives
9.1.10. Converting a Desktop to a Template
9.1.11. Activating an Unresponsive Desktop
9.1.12. Recloning Selected Desktops
9.1.13. Recloning All Unused Desktops
9.1.14. Suspending a Desktop
9.1.15. Shutting Down a Desktop
9.1.16. Powering Off a Desktop
9.1.17. Mounting an ISO Image in a Desktop
9.1.18. Unmounting an ISO Image from a Desktop
9.1.19. Updating the VirtualBox Guest Additions in a Desktop
9.1.20. Connecting to the Desktop Console
9.1.21. Disconnecting a User from a Remote Desktop Services Session
9.1.22. Logging a User Out of a Remote Desktop Services Session
9.1.23. Removing a User Assignment from a Desktop
9.1.24. Deleting a Desktop
9.2. Managing Templates
9.2.1. Obtaining the ID of a Template
9.2.2. Importing a Template
9.2.3. Renaming a Template
9.2.4. Starting a Template
9.2.5. Restarting a Template
9.2.6. Connecting to the Template Console
9.2.7. Applying a Template to a Pool for Cloning
9.2.8. Copying a Template to a Desktop
9.2.9. Exporting a Template
9.2.10. Updating the VirtualBox Guest Additions in a Template
9.2.11. Mounting an ISO Image in a Template
9.2.12. Unmounting an ISO Image from a Template
9.2.13. Reverting a Template to the Latest Revision
9.2.14. Shutting Down a Template
9.2.15. Powering Off a Template
9.2.16. Deleting a Template
9.3. Managing Template Revisions
9.3.1. Obtaining the ID of a Template Revision
9.3.2. Creating a Revision
9.3.3. Making a Revision the Master Revision
9.3.4. Renaming a Revision
9.3.5. Copying a Revision to a New Template
9.3.6. Copying a Revision to a New Desktop
9.3.7. Cloning a Revision to a New Desktop
9.3.8. Exporting a Revision
9.3.9. Applying System Preparation to a Revision
9.3.10. Applying a Revision for Cloning
9.3.11. Deleting a Revision
9.4. Managing App-V Repositories
9.4.1. Obtaining the ID of an App-V Repository
9.4.2. Obtaining the ID of a Revision to an App-V Repository
9.4.3. Renaming an App-V Repository
9.4.4. Applying an App-V Repository to a Pool
9.4.5. Creating a Revision to an App-V Repository
9.4.6. Making an App-V Revision the Master Revision
9.4.7. Renaming a Revision to an App-V Repository
9.4.8. Deleting a Revision to an App-V Repository
9.4.9. Deleting an App-V Repository
10. Troubleshooting and FAQs
10.1. Oracle VDI Installation and Configuration
10.1.1. Installation on Oracle Linux Platforms Fails Due to Missing Packages
10.1.2. Configuration on Oracle Linux Platforms Fails When SELinux is Enabled
10.1.3. Oracle VDI Configuration Is Failing to Import svc_vdadb.xml
10.1.4. Can I Try Out MySQL or Set up an Evaluation Oracle VDI Remote Database?
10.1.5. Adding a Host to an Oracle VDI Center Fails With a Sun Ray Server Software Replication Error
10.1.6. Reconfiguring Oracle VDI Fails With "Error While Configuring Database"
10.1.7. Oracle VDI Configuration Fails to Create Database Tables With Remote Windows Databases That Use UTF-8
10.1.8. Reverting to a Previous Release of Oracle VDI
10.2. Failover
10.2.1. Troubleshooting a Failover
10.2.2. After a Failover the Primary Host is Not Configured
10.3. User Directory
10.3.1. Increasing Logging to Troubleshoot User Directory Problems
10.3.2. Kerberos Authentication to Active Directory Works for a While and Then Stops
10.3.3. Can I Use PKI Instead of Kerberos for Authentication to an Active Directory?
10.3.4. What Type of Privileged Access to the User Directory Is Required?
10.3.5. Can I Disable the Automatic Cleanup of Computer Objects in Active Directory?
10.4. Oracle VM VirtualBox Desktop Provider
10.4.1. Are all Oracle VM VirtualBox Releases Compatible With Oracle VDI?
10.4.2. Oracle VM VirtualBox Install Is Failing With "Postinstall Script Did Not Complete Successfully" Errors
10.4.3. There Is an Error When I Add an Oracle VM VirtualBox Host to a Desktop Provider
10.4.4. What Are the Requirements for High Availability for Oracle VM VirtualBox?
10.4.5. Changing the Password of the VirtualBox User
10.4.6. Adding a Sun ZFS or iSCSI Storage Fails if the VirtualBox User is Not Root
10.4.7. Adding a Storage Fails With an "Unable to Stop Cluster" Error
10.4.8. A Sun ZFS or iSCSI Storage is Shown With a Reduced Capacity
10.4.9. A Storage Cannot Be Removed From a Desktop Provider
10.4.10. Virtualization Hosts Crash if a Storage is Shut Down
10.4.11. A Critical Alarm is Displayed When Storage is Added to a Desktop Provider
10.4.12. Provider Host is Unresponsive After Updating Oracle VM VirtualBox
10.4.13. Storage is Unresponsive After Updating Oracle VM VirtualBox
10.4.14. Users Experience Blurry Text in Internet Explorer
10.4.15. The Time in My Oracle VM VirtualBox Desktop Is Too Slow
10.4.16. I Can See My Oracle VM VirtualBox Hosted Desktop, But It Will Not Start
10.4.17. Why Are My Windows 7 Audio Drivers Not Automatically Installed?
10.5. VMware vCenter Desktop Provider
10.5.1. I Cannot Log into My VMware Virtual Machine
10.5.2. Users Cannot Log Into Their VMware Provided Windows desktop
10.5.3. Why Does My VMware Virtual Machine Have an Invalid IP Address Or Cannot Be Pinged?
10.5.4. I Am Unable to Get a MS RDC Connection on My VMware Virtual Machine
10.5.5. Creating a vCenter Desktop Provider Fails With "Unable to Contact VMware VirtualCenter - Host Not Reachable at Port 443" Errors
10.5.6. In My VMware Desktop Pool, New Virtual Machines Are Created Automatically, But They Are Not Made Available
10.5.7. The VMware Virtual Machine Cloning Process Is Not Operating As Expected
10.5.8. VMware Windows 8 Cloning Fails
10.5.9. The Window Displaying the VMware-Hosted Virtual Desktop Is Freezing
10.5.10. I Have Created a New Pool in My VMware Desktop provider and Virtual Machines Are Not Created Automatically
10.5.11. How Do I Use VMware Virtual Machines With Multiple Network Adapters?
10.5.12. Unused VMware Virtual Machines Are Not Being Recycled
10.6. Microsoft Hyper-V and RDS Desktop Providers
10.6.1. Sessions Are Started by Oracle VDI on RDS Hosts That Do Not Participate in the Microsoft Remote Desktop Provider. Why Is That Happening?
10.6.2. Hyper-V Desktop Cloning Fails With "Cannot Reload MSiSCSI Target List" Errors
10.6.3. Can I Enter the Farm Information for the Microsoft Remote Desktop Provider and let Oracle VDI Detect the Individual RDS Hosts Participating in the Farm?
10.6.4. Oracle VDI Is Not Able to Communicate With the Windows Server
10.6.5. Connection Problems between Oracle VDI and Hyper-V
10.7. Desktops and Pools
10.7.1. How Do I Make a Desktop Available to a User at All Times?
10.7.2. Starting a Desktop Fails With "No suitable Hosts to Start a Desktop for Desktop Provider <Name>" Errors
10.7.3. What Is the Difference Between Personal and Flexible Desktop Assignments?
10.7.4. Oracle VDI Fast Preparation Is Failing
10.7.5. Can I Use Wild Cards in Token Names to Represent a Group of Thin Clients in Order to Assign These Thin Clients to a Pool?
10.7.6. The Audio in My Ubuntu Desktop Is Playing Too Slowly. What Should I Do?
10.7.7. Audio Does Not Play After Changing the Audio Configuration for Oracle VM VirtualBox Hosted Desktops in Oracle VDI Manager
10.7.8. USB Devices Are Not Detected
10.7.9. Smart Cards Are Not Detected When VRDP Is Used
10.7.10. What Are the Differences Between MS-RDP and VRDP?
10.7.11. Cloning Fails if the Sysprep Timezone Setting Does not Match the Host Timezone
10.7.12. Checking the VirtualBox Guest Additions Version
10.7.13. Starting A Desktop Fails With an "Error Getting State" Message
10.7.14. Creating an App-V Repository or Revision Takes a Long Time
10.7.15. Creating or Updating an App-V Repository Fails With a "Failed to Refresh App-V Cache" Message
10.7.16. Creating or Updating an App-V Repository Fails With a "Failed to Login User" Message
10.7.17. Creating an App-V Repository Fails Due to Low Disk Space
10.7.18. Creating an App-V Repository Revision Fails With "An Internal Error Occurred" Message
10.8. Logging In and Accessing Desktops
10.8.1. Users Cannot Access Their Desktops
10.8.2. A User Can Log in But Their Desktop is Not Responding
10.8.3. Error - "Currently There Is No Desktop Available Or Assigned to You"
10.8.4. The Sun Ray Client Is Cycling and Cannot Connect to a Virtual Machine
10.8.5. Users Cannot Log in to Ubuntu 8.04 Desktops Because the Network Is Not Enabled
10.8.6. Hotdesking Redirect Does Not Work With Windows XP Professional and Microsoft RDP
10.8.7. The Trust Relationship Between a Windows Desktop and the Domain Controller Fails
10.9. Administration Tools
10.9.1. I Cannot Log in to Oracle VDI Manager
10.9.2. I Cannot Log in to Oracle VDI Manager Running on Oracle Solaris 11 Using Firefox
10.9.3. I Get a Blank Screen After Successfully Logging in to Oracle VDI Manager
10.9.4. Error - "You Have Been Logged out Because a Consistent Response Could Not Be Guaranteed"
10.9.5. How Can I Change the Password of an Oracle VDI Host?
10.9.6. How Do I Change the Password of a Remote MySQL Database?
10.9.7. Does the MySQL Database Store All Sun Ray Software Configuration?
10.9.8. The vda Command Reports That Oracle VDI Is Not Running But Other Commands Say It Is
10.9.9. Users Do Not Show Up in Users and Groups in Oracle VDI Manager
10.9.10. Is There a Way to Modify the Cacao Logging Behavior So That a Long History Can Be Maintained?
10.9.11. Jobs Do Not Finish Even After You Cancel Them with Oracle VDI Manager
10.9.12. Can I Adjust the Logging Level for the Oracle VDI Logs?
10.9.13. How Do I Log in to the Embedded MySQL Server Database?
10.10. Oracle VDI
10.10.1. Oracle VDI Hangs Intermittently When Running on x2270 Hardware
10.10.2. The System Is Not Reacting as Expected
10.10.3. Which Service Owns the Oracle VDI Daemon Job?
10.10.4. How Do I Configure DHCP in Oracle VDI?
A. Automated Administration Scripts
A.1. Parsing vda Commands that Result in Jobs
A.2. Parsing vda Command Output
A.3. Parsing vda-center Command Output
B. Defaults for the Software Bundled With Oracle VDI
C. User Directory LDAP Filters and Attributes
C.1. Editing LDAP Filters and Attributes
C.2. LDAP Filters and Attributes for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.2.1. Default LDAP Filters and Attributes for Users, Groups and Containers
C.2.2. Active Directory Settings for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.2.3. Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Settings for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.2.4. OpenDS Settings for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.2.5. OpenLDAP Settings for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.2.6. Novell eDirectory Settings for Users, Groups, and Containers
C.3. LDAP Filters and Attributes for Global Oracle VDI Centers
C.3.1. Default LDAP Filters and Attributes for Global Oracle VDI Centers
C.3.2. Active Directory Settings for Global Oracle VDI Centers
C.3.3. Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Settings for Global Oracle VDI Centers
D. Remote Database Configuration
D.1. Installing and Configuring a Remote MySQL Database (InnoDB)
D.2. Creating a Privileged Database Administrator
E. Licenses for Third-Party Components
E.1. Apache Software Foundation Licenses
E.2. Bouncy Castle License
E.3. EclipseLink License
E.4. Java Secure Channel (JSCH) for SSH2 License
E.5. Xerces License
Glossary