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  5. Service Process and Function Overview

Service Process and Function Overview

Workspace provides two different operation pages for administrators and end users respectively. Administrators apply for the Workspace service, create desktops, manage desktops and users on the Workspace management console. End users log in to and use desktops on the web page.

Figure 1 shows the processes for applying Workspace and creating a Workspace desktop.

Figure 1 Operation process for administrators

Figure 2 shows the process for logging in to and using a desktop.

Figure 2 Operation process for end users

Table 1 describes the functions provided by Workspace.

Table 1 Function list

Role

Function

Description

Administrator

Self-service service application

The administrator can apply for the Workspace service online in self-service mode.

Self-service desktop creation

The administrator can create Workspace desktops online in self-service mode.

User login record query

User login information can be recorded, including login time and device types.

LiteAD authentication

The Linux-based AD can be used to implement username and password authentication.

Customer AD diversification

Existing Microsoft ADs of enterprises can be interconnected.

Shared desktop

In time-based reuse mode, each desktop can be used by only one user at a time.

Pooled desktop

Multiple desktops form a desktop pool for multiple users to use. Each user can use any idle desktop in the desktop pool.

Policy management

The administrator can configure policies to manage devices such as printers and USB devices.

End user

End user notification email

The administrator can send notification emails to new users who obtain desktops.

Windows 7 desktop experience

The Windows 7 desktop experience based on the Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit OS is provided.

Windows 10 desktop experience

The Windows 10 desktop experience based on the Windows Server 2016 OS is provided.

Multi-device access

End users can access desktops by using PCs running Windows or Mac OSs and Android or iOS mobile phones or tablets.