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We have VMWare View 5 set up for a single tenant environment, absolutely brilliant and works perfectly. Two thumbs up there!

We're looking at the possibility of deploying this in a multi tenant scenario, where multiple unlinked companies connect to a VDI solution hosted by us but have no visibility of each other.

Obviously;y this could be achieved by doubling up on all the components, having a complete VMWare View stack for each tenant, but this seems a little bit messy.

Has anyone done this before, and if so how? Googling sheds little light apart from this experts exchange topic.

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Does each of the tenants in the multi-tenant scenario want integration with their own AD infrastructure? Or could you just accomplish this with separate AD OUs and View pools? –  Joshua Penix Mar 27 '12 at 1:07
    
Also I should add that the Windows licensing behind such a setup can be tricky. Since Microsoft SPLA isn't VDI friendly, you probably have to use the companies' own licenses, and when doing so I believe there's a requirement that each customer's environment be physically separate anyhow. –  Joshua Penix Mar 27 '12 at 1:19
    
If possible to integrate with their AD then that would be ideal yes. –  SimonJGreen Mar 29 '12 at 18:21
    
Did you have any luck with this? This is something I am also looking into and it would sure be nice minimize the environment... –  user124055 Jun 8 '12 at 15:18
    
No we didn't, as far as we could tell you do have to have every component present for each tenant. –  SimonJGreen Jun 9 '12 at 14:42

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