Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)

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Update: On June 2021 Microsoft renamed Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) to Azure Virtual Desktop or AVD for short.

Stratodesk NoTouch OS has the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop client integrated, for x86 or ARM/Raspberry Pi based devices. Our WVD implementation supports the Microsoft WVD client for Linux features, everything can be configured and managed via the Local NoTouch OS Interface menu as well as centrally with NoTouch Center.

This article gives an overview of the configuration steps. We assume that you basically understand how NoTouch OS is configured and especially how server connections are created and configured.

Creating the Microsoft WVD connection is simple, create the connection type and the client will connect to the Microsoft resources where your credentials will direct you to the services that have been provisioned for you by your Azure Administrator.

Create the connection from within NoTouch Center by choosing New Connection, Connection Mode, Select Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)


After choosing the connection mode, if additional parameters are needed for your connection, you can select Windows Virtual Desktop tab to make the appropriate settings


If no additional parameters are required, you can announce the settings change via NoTouch Center and your Endpoint should be provisioned