The following training materials provide step-by-step instructions for specific Connection Broker setups. For troubleshooting common set up and configuration problems please visit the Leostream Frequently Asked Questions. In order to take advantage of all the features outlined in these tutorials, please be sure to update your software with the most recent downloads. To recieve an update when new product versions and features are made available, please sign up for our email notifications.
This setup guide covers registering your authentication servers with your Connection Broker. The Connection Broker uses your authentication server to process user login, administer desktop assignments, and inventory computers and printers.
This setup guide covers how to create Connection Broker Centers. The Connection Broker uses centers to inventory and manage all the resources (like desktops, applications and printers) in your environment.
This setup guide covers creating pools of desktops and applications that are used to offer desktops to users.
This setup guide describes Protocol, Power Control, and Release plans, and shows how to build plans for common scenarios such as persistent desktops or single-use desktops.
This tutorial explains how to set up your Connection Broker to deliver persistent desktops to end-users from VMware® vCenter Server and a Microsoft® Active Directory®authentication server.
This tutorial explains how to set up your Connection Broker to deliver a VM from VMware vCenter Server using RDP, and a bladed workstation using HP RGS. The user is persistently assigned to a specific blade, while the VM is a pooled desktops.
This tutorial explains how to set up your Connection Broker to deliver Linux VMs from VMware vCenter Server using the NoMachine NX protocol. Users are authenticated by an OpenLDAP server, and assigned to a persistent desktop. When the user logs out of their desktop, the Connection Broker powers off the VM.