This document is part of the documentation library for Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) release 3.5, which is available at:

The documentation library consists of the following items:

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Release Notes

The release notes provide a summary of the new features, changes, fixed bugs and known issues in Oracle VDI.

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Getting Started Guide

The getting start guide describes how to get started with Oracle VDI and is intended for administrators who are new to the product.

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Administrator's Guide

The administrator's guide is a comprehensive guide to how to install, configure, and administer Oracle VDI. Troubleshooting information is also included.

Enterprise Manager Plug-in User's Guide for Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

The plug-in user's guide is intended for administrators who are familiar with Oracle VDI and require access to the comprehensive monitoring capabilities of Oracle Enterprise Manager.

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Security Guide

The security guide is a supplemental guide to the security aspects of Oracle VDI. It addresses the security concerns of Oracle VDI system administrators.


The Oracle VDI documentation 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.

Documentation for Additional Supporting Software

The documentation for additional supporting software used with Oracle VDI is available as follows:

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