A workspace is a container for host pools and session hosts that provide desktops and RemoteApps to users. This topic discusses creating and managing workspaces.
Create a Workspace
A workspace must be created before you can create host pools and session hosts.
To create a workspace:
Navigate to Workspaces.
Select Add Workspace.
Enter the following information:
Name: Type the workspace's name.
Note: The Name is assigned to the workspace during creation and cannot be changed later. By default, it is visible to the end-user. Specifying a Friendly Name overrides what is visible to the end-user.
Friendly Name: Type the Friendly Name.
Description: Type the description, which is only visible to admins.
Resource group: From the drop-down list, select the resource group to contain the workspace.
Location: From the drop-down list, select the Azure location for the workspace's objects and associated metadata.
Apply tags: Optionally, type the Name and Value of the Azure tag to apply to the Workspace.
Note: You may specify multiple tags. See this Microsoft article for details about using tags to organize your Azure resources.
Once you have entered all the desired information, select OK.
The workspace is created.
From the Workspaces table, you can do the following:
Dynamic host pools: Manage the workspace's dynamic host pools.
Static host pools: Manage the workspace's static host pools.
Unassign: Unassign the workspace from Nerdio Manager.
Delete: Delete a Workspace.
Note: You may only delete a workspace that has no host pools.
User Sessions: Manage the workspace's user sessions.