Appendix B. Defaults for the Software Bundled With Oracle VDI

This chapter lists the defaults for the software bundled with Oracle VDI. See About the Oracle VDI Software for details of the bundled software.

Sun Ray Software Configuration

  1. Configure basic Sun Ray Software settings:

    • Administrator password

    • Server for a failover group (FOG)

    • FOG signature

  2. Configure Sun Ray Software Web Administration:

    • Tomcat home directory

    • HTTP ports (1660, 1661)

    • Web service user name (utwww)

    • Remote access (enabled)

    /opt/SUNWut/lib/support_lib/srwa_config update
  3. Configure Kiosk user accounts.

    /opt/SUNWkio/bin/kioskuseradm create -l utku -g utkiosk -i auto -u -c
  4. Replicate from primary to secondary hosts.

    /opt/SUNWut/lib/utrcmd -n
    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utreplica -p -a
    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utreplica -s
  5. Enable LAN access.

    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utadm -L on
  6. Enable primary administrator user access.

    The primary administrator is specified during the configuration of the primary host.

    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utadminuser -a user-name
    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utadminuser -d admin

    Additionally, the following line is commented out in the file /etc/pam.conf:

    utadmingui auth sufficient /opt/SUNWut/lib/
  7. Set Kiosk Session value to vda.

    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utkiosk -i session -f
  8. Set Kiosk Policy for both card users and non-card users.

    /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utpolicy -a -g -z both -k both -m

Oracle VDI Configuration

  1. Create RDP Broker SMF service and Proxy SMF services (Oracle Solaris platforms only).

  2. Configure VDA web service:

    • Ports are configured (1800 / 1801)

    • webuser is set to noaccess on Oracle Solaris, and to daemon on Oracle Linux.

    • Remote access is enabled

  3. Stop Cacao.

    cacaoadm stop -f -i vda

    On Linux platforms, cacaoadm is located at /opt/sun/cacao2/bin/cacaoadm.

  4. Set Java and file-encoding flags.

    cacaoadm set-param java-flags=-Xms4M -Xmx256M \
    -Dfile.encoding=utf-8 -i vda    
  5. Start Cacao.

    cacaoadm start -i vda
  6. Set Cacao to start at boot.

    cacaoadm enable -i vda

System Preparation