40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise Course Overview

40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise Course Overview

The 40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise course is designed to provide IT professionals with a comprehensive understanding and hands-on experience of deploying Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) in an enterprise setting. Through a mix of whiteboard design sessions and hands-on labs, participants will explore a customer case study, design a proof of concept solution, and learn how to present this solution effectively.

In the hands-on lab, learners will gain practical skills crucial for the implementation of WVD. They will configure Azure AD Connect with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), create Azure AD groups specifically for WVD, set up Azure Files Share for FSLogix to handle user profiles, create a master image for deployment, and establish host pools for both personal desktops and pooled remote apps. Additionally, they'll learn to connect to WVD using the web client and set up monitoring to ensure efficient operation and maintenance. This workshop is ideal for those looking to enhance their capabilities in managing virtual desktop infrastructures in the cloud.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the 40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise course, participants should have the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Azure services and navigation of the Azure portal.
  • Familiarity with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) concepts, including domains, users, and domain controllers.
  • Knowledge of Windows Server operating systems and their administration.
  • Awareness of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) concepts and remote desktop services.
  • Experience with Windows 10 deployment and management.
  • An understanding of networking concepts, including subnets, and network security groups (NSGs).
  • Prior exposure to PowerShell scripting and command-line interface (CLI) operations.
  • A general grasp of cloud computing concepts and Software as a Service (SaaS).

Please note that while prior experience in the above areas is beneficial, the course is designed to guide participants through the necessary steps to design and implement a Windows Virtual Desktop solution in the enterprise. Our expert trainers will provide the support and knowledge needed to understand and work with Windows Virtual Desktop.


Target Audience for 40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise

This course is designed for IT professionals seeking to deploy Windows Virtual Desktop in enterprise environments.


Target audience for the 40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise includes:


  • IT Administrators and Systems Administrators
  • Cloud Solutions Architects
  • Microsoft Azure Administrators
  • Network Engineers involved in virtualization solutions
  • Enterprise Architects
  • IT Professionals looking to implement remote desktop solutions
  • Desktop Virtualization Specialists
  • IT Managers overseeing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) projects
  • Technical Consultants designing VDI solutions for clients
  • Security Engineers focused on securing remote work environments
  • Infrastructure Architects planning cloud migration or hybrid scenarios
  • Professionals interested in learning about Microsoft’s VDI offerings


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 40578-G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Implementing Windows Virtual Desktop in the enterprise?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

This course equips participants with the skills to design, deploy, and manage a Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) infrastructure in an enterprise setting, utilizing Azure services for seamless operation.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the customer case study to identify the needs and challenges for implementing WVD in an enterprise.
  • Design a proof of concept solution that addresses the specific requirements of the customer case study.
  • Develop skills to effectively present WVD solutions to stakeholders, showcasing benefits and strategic value.
  • Learn to configure Azure AD Connect with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) to ensure proper user synchronization.
  • Create Azure Active Directory groups specifically for Windows Virtual Desktop management and access control.
  • Implement Azure Files Share with FSLogix to provide a robust profile management and storage solution for WVD.
  • Build and optimize a master image for WVD to streamline the deployment of desktops and applications.
  • Set up a host pool for personal desktops, enabling dedicated virtual desktop experiences for users.
  • Establish a host pool for pooled remote apps to deliver shared resources efficiently to end-users.
  • Utilize the web client to connect to Windows Virtual Desktop, understanding the end-user access workflow.
  • Implement monitoring for WVD to ensure performance, reliability, and usage analytics are tracked and actionable.