Jan 3, 2013

How to install Sun Ray 5.4 under Oracle Solaris 11

http://techsupportpk.blogspot.com/2013/09/srss.html



Prerequisites:
·          SPARC or x86 machine, either Physical or Virtual (In our case we are using VMware Workstation and Solaris 11 x86) http://www.vmware.com
·          Solaris 11 text install media,  either ISO image or CD/DVD https://download.oracle.com
·          Solaris 11 repository media, if media is not available then u must have internet access to install remaining packages from oracle repository http://pkg.oracle.com
·          Sun Ray Server Software https://download.oracle.com
·          Sun Ray Operating Firmware https://support.oracle.com
 


Network Config (Two Sun Ray Servers)

Primary Server:
root@psrserver:~# ipadm create-ip net0
root@psrserver:~# ipadm create-addr -T static -a 172.22.2.10/24 net0/v4
root@psrserver:~# route –p add default 172.22.2.1
root@psrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/system/identity:node setprop \ config/nodename = astring: psrserver

root@psrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/network/dns/client setprop \ config/search='("techsupportpk.blogspot.com")'
root@psrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/network/dns/client setprop \
config/nameserver=net_address: '(172.22.2.110 172.22.2.111)'
root@psrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/system/name-service/switch setprop config/host = "files dns" 
 
root@psrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/network/dns/client 
root@psrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/system/identity:node
root@psrserver:~# svcadm restart identity:node
root@psrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/system/name-service/switch


Secondary Server:

root@ssrserver:~# ipadm create-ip net0
root@ssrserver:~# ipadm create-addr –T static –a 172.22.2.11/24 net0/v4
root@ssrserver:~# route –p add default 172.22.2.1
root@ssrserver:~#  
 
root@ssrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/network/dns/client setprop \ config/search='("techsupportpk.blogspot.com")'
root@ssrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/network/dns/client setprop \
config/nameserver=net_address: '(172.22.2.110 172.22.2.111)'
root@ssrserver:~# svccfg -s svc:/system/name-service/switch setprop config/host = "files dns" 
 
root@ssrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/network/dns/client 
root@ssrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/system/identity:node
root@ssrserver:~# svcadm restart identity:node
root@ssrserver:~# svcadm refresh svc:/system/name-service/switch 

Step1 - Create local repository

root@psrserver:~# pkg unset-publisher solaris
root@psrserver:~# pkg set-publisher -g file:///media/SOL_11_1_REPO_FULL/repo solaris

root@ssrserver:~# pkg unset-publisher solaris
root@ssrserver:~# pkg set-publisher -g file:///media/SOL_11_1_REPO_FULL/repo solaris

Step2 - Copy Sun Ray’s packages (Copying through Winscp)

Step3 - Unzip Sun Ray’s Packages

root@psrserver:~# unzip -q /home/labuser/SUN\ RAY\ OPERATING\ SOFTWARE\ 11.1.1.0.06\ Generic.zip
root@psrserver:~# unzip -q /home/labuser/Sun\ Ray\ 5.4\ Solaris\ 11.zip

Step4 - Check packages required by Sun Ray

Additional packages are required, which you can install using the utpkgcheck command provided in the Sun Ray Software media pack.
The utpkgcheck command uses the Oracle Solaris 11 Image Packaging System (IPS) to install the additional packages. The utpkgcheck command uses the repository URI that is configured for the solaris package publisher.
Use the following command to install the additional packages on an Oracle Solaris 11 server:
root@psrserver:~# /home/labuser/srs_5.4.0.0-Solaris_11plus.i386/utpkgcheck –i
           Packages to install: 379
       Create boot environment:  No
Create backup boot environment: Yes
            Services to change:  14

DOWNLOAD                                PKGS         FILES    XFER (MB)   SPEED
Completed                            379/379   61559/61559  596.8/596.8    0B/s

PHASE                                          ITEMS
Installing new actions                   92475/93931
Installing new actions                   93931/93931
Updating package state database                 Done
Updating image state                            Done
Creating fast lookup database                   Done
WARNING: System must be rebooted in order to complete installation

root@psrserver:~# reboot
To increase the performance of the Sun Ray Clients, make the following configuration updates:
Add the following line to the Sun Ray server's /etc/system file.
set hires_tick=1

Add the following line to the Sun Ray server's /etc/system file.
set mac:mac_cpu_binding_on=0

Reboot the Sun Ray server.
To provide desktop client users an optimized desktop, enable the multi-user desktop service on the Sun Ray server:
root@psrserver:/# svcadm enable application/gconf/multi-user-desktop

To optimize the shared memory used by PulseAudio, add the following line to the /etc/pulse/client.conf file on the Sun Ray server:
 
shm-size-bytes = 131072

Step5 - Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Requirements

Sun Ray Software 5.4 Admin GUI requires a 32-bit implementation of a Java(TM) 2 Platform, Standard Edition JRE(TM) of at least 1.6. To check what JRE version is installed on your system, use the following command: 
root@psrserver:/# java –version
java version "1.7.0_07"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_07-b10)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 23.3-b01, mixed mode)

Step6 - Sun Ray Admin GUI Web Server Requirements

The Sun Ray Administration Tool (Admin GUI) requires that a Web server be installed and running on each Sun Ray server. The Admin GUI must be hosted in a web container that supports the JavaServlet 2.4 and JavaServer Pages 2.0 specification. The Apache Tomcat 5.5 Web container implements these standards and runs on any operating system that has a Java Runtime Environment (JRE).

An Apache Tomcat 5.5 archive is included in the Sun Ray Software media pack under Supplemental/Apache_Tomcat.

Step7 - Install Apache Tomcat

root@psrserver:~# cd /home/labuser/srs_5.4.0.0-Solaris_11plus.i386/Supplemental/Apache_Tomcat
root@psrserver:~# gtar -xvz -C /opt -f apache-tomcat-5.5.36.tar.gz

Step8 - Install Sun Ray Operating Firmware

root@psrserver:~# /home/labuser/sros_11.1.1.0/utfwinstall

Installing Sun Ray Operating Software 11.1.1.0

Processing package instance from
Sun Ray Device Firmware (opt)(i386) 11.1.1.0_06,REV=2012.01.01.01.01
## Executing checkinstall script.
Using
as the package base directory.
## Processing package information.
## Processing system information.
## Verifying package dependencies.
## Verifying disk space requirements.
## Checking for conflicts with packages already installed.
## Checking for setuid/setgid programs.
Installing Sun Ray Device Firmware (opt) as
## Installing part 1 of 1.
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/CoronaP10
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/CoronaP8
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/CoronaP9
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/SunRay.disableGUI
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/SunRay.enableGUI
/opt/SUNWutdfw/lib/firmware/extCoronaP9
/opt/SUNWutdfw/sbin/utfwuninstall
[ verifying class ]

Sun Ray Operating Software 11.1.1.0 has been successfully installed.

This output has been logged to

    /var/adm/log/utfwinstall.2013_09_17_15:59:38.log

+++ Done.

Step9 - Install Sun Ray Server


root@psrserver:~# /home/labuser/srs_5.4.0.0-Solaris_11plus.i386/utsetup

SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
Accept? (Y/N) y

# utinstall-srss   Version: 4.5     Tuesday, September 17, 2013 04:01:28 PM PKT

Sun Ray Server Software 4.5              not installed
Sun Ray Data Store 3.5                   not installed
Kiosk Mode 4.5                           not installed
Enter Java v1.6 (or later) location: [/usr/java]

Java path '/usr/java'

About to Install Sun Ray Server Software 4.5
Continue? (Y/N) [Y]


About to carry out the following operations:

Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5 ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Data Store 3.5 ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5 French Admin GUI ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5 Japanese Admin GUI ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5 Simplified Chinese Admin GUI ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5  ]
Install  [ Kiosk Mode 4.5 ]
Install  [ Kiosk Mode 4.5 localized files ]
Install  [ data for utslaunch ]
Install  [ Sun Ray Server Software 4.5 modules for Oracle Enterprise Manager ]
Install  [ Service Tags 1.1 ]
Install  [ Smart Card Services 1.6 ]
Install  [ VMware View Connector 1.4.1 ]

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 ...

+++ SUNWut-srss
Planning: Solver setup ... Done
Planning: Running solver ... Done
Planning: Finding local manifests ... Done
Planning: Fetching manifests:  0/64  0% complete
Planning: Fetching manifests: 64/64  100% complete
Planning: Package planning ... Done
Planning: Merging actions ... Done
Planning: Checking for conflicting actions ... Done
Planning: Consolidating action changes ... Done
Planning: Evaluating mediators ... Done
Planning: Planning completed in 25.52 seconds
           Packages to install: 65
       Create boot environment: No
Create backup boot environment: No

Download:    0/1127 items   0.0/17.9MB  0% complete
Download:  514/1127 items   3.4/17.9MB  19% complete
Download:  814/1127 items  11.4/17.9MB  63% complete
Download: Completed 17.89 MB in 14.41 seconds (0B/s)
 Actions:    1/2244 actions (Installing new actions)
 Actions: Completed 2244 actions in 4.47 seconds.
Finalize: Updating package state database ...  Done
Finalize: Updating image state ...  Done
Finalize: Creating fast lookup database ...  Done

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 ...

Installing Sun Ray Data Store version 3.5 ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 Admin GUI ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 manpages ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 French Admin GUI ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 Japanese Admin GUI ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 Simplified Chinese Admin GUI ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 Localized files ...

Installing Kiosk Mode version 4.5 ...
KIO: note, Skipping package SUNWkio-cde: CDE is not available.
KIO: note, Skipping package SUNWkio-jds3: GNOME 2.6.0 is not available.

Installing Kiosk Mode version 4.5 localized files ...

Installing Sun Ray Server Software version 4.5 module for Oracle Enterprise Manager ...

Installing Service Tags version 1.1 ...

Installing Smart Card Services version 1.6 ...

Installing VMware View Connector version 1.4.1 ...

Installation of Sun Ray Server Software has completed.


+++ Installing 'Sun Ray Connector 2.6'
 Startup: Refreshing catalog 'sunray' ... Done
 Startup: Refreshing catalog 'solaris' ... Done
Planning: Solver setup ... Done
Planning: Running solver ... Done
Planning: Finding local manifests ... Done
Planning: Fetching manifests: 0/5  0% complete
Planning: Fetching manifests: 5/5  100% complete
Planning: Package planning ... Done
Planning: Merging actions ... Done
Planning: Checking for conflicting actions ... Done
Planning: Consolidating action changes ... Done
Planning: Evaluating mediators ... Done
Planning: Planning completed in 19.11 seconds
           Packages to install:  5
       Create boot environment: No
Create backup boot environment: No

Download:  0/31 items  0.0/1.9MB  0% complete
Download: Completed 1.88 MB in 0.56 seconds (0B/s)
 Actions:   1/103 actions (Installing new actions)
 Actions: Completed 103 actions in 0.39 seconds.
Finalize: Updating package state database ...  Done
Finalize: Updating image state ...  Done
Finalize: Creating fast lookup database ...  Done

Please check for errors/warnings in

    /var/adm/log/utinstall.2013_09_17_16:01:07.log

+++ Done.
 Startup: Caching catalogs ... Done

==================================================================
=== Creating directory structure - utacleanup

==================================================================
=== Performing basic configuration - utconfig

Activating product
Product activation output being logged at /var/adm/log/utctl.2013_09_17_16:05:07.log

Configuration of Sun Ray Server Software

This script automates the configuration of the Sun Ray Server Software
and related software products.  Before proceeding, you should have read
the Installation and Configuration Guide for planning purposes. For
your convenience, default values (where applicable) are shown in
brackets.
Continue? (Y/N) [Y] n
==================================================================
=== Configuring access policy - utpolicy
ERROR: Please run utconfig first before further setting/querying of utpolicy.

Step10 - Configure Sun Ray Server (utconfig)


root@psrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utconfig

Configuration of Sun Ray Server Software

This script automates the configuration of the Sun Ray Server Software
and related software products.  Before proceeding, you should have read
the Installation and Configuration Guide for planning purposes. For
your convenience, default values (where applicable) are shown in
brackets.
Continue? (Y/N) [Y]

Enter new UT admin password:

Again: Enter new UT admin password:


Configure Sun Ray Web Administration? (Y/N) [N] y

Enter Apache Tomcat installation directory [/opt/apache-tomcat]

Enter HTTP port number [1660]

Enable secure connections? (Y/N) [Y]

Enter HTTPS port number [1661]

Enter Tomcat process username [utwww]

Enable remote server administration? (Y/N) [N] Y


Configure Sun Ray Kiosk Mode? (Y/N) [N] Y


Enter user prefix [utku]


Enter group [utkiosk]


Enter userID range start [150000]


Enter number of users [25]



Configure this server for a failover group? (Y/N) [N] Y


About to configure the following software products:

Sun Ray Data Store 3.5
    Hostname: psrserver
    Sun Ray root entry: o=utdata
    Sun Ray root name: utdata
    Sun Ray utdata admin password: (not shown)
    SRDS 'rootdn': cn=admin,o=utdata

Sun Ray Web Administration hosted at Apache Tomcat/5.5.36
    Apache Tomcat installation directory: /opt/apache-tomcat
    HTTP port number: 1660
    HTTPS port number: 1661
    Tomcat process username: utwww
    Remote server administration: Enabled

Sun Ray Server Software 4.5
    Failover group: yes
    Sun Ray Kiosk Mode: yes

Sun Ray Kiosk Mode 4.5
  User name prefix:   utku
  Base user ID:       150000
  Number of accounts: 25
  Kiosk group name:   utkiosk
  Kiosk group ID:     auto
Continue? (Y/N) [Y]


Updating Sun Ray Data Store schema ...

Updating Sun Ray Data Store ACL's ...

Creating Sun Ray Data Store ...

Restarting Sun Ray Data Store ...
.
Tue Sep 17 16:13 : utdsd starting

Loading Sun Ray Data Store ...

Executing '/usr/bin/ldapadd -p 7012 -D cn=admin,o=utdata' ...
adding new entry o=utdata

adding new entry o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=desktops,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=users,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=logicalTokens,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=rawTokens,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=multihead,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=container,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=properties,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry cn=utadmin,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=smartCards,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utordername=probeorder,utname=smartCards,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=policy,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=resDefs,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=prefs,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utPrefType=resolution,utname=prefs,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utPrefClass=advisory,utPrefType=resolution,utname=prefs,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata


Added 18 new LDAP entries.

Creating Sun Ray Server Software Configuration ...
Adding user account for 'utwww' (ut admin web server user) ...done
Sun Ray Web Administration enabled to start at system boot.
Starting Sun Ray Web Administration...
See /var/opt/SUNWut/log/utwebadmin.log for server logging information.

You have chosen to configure this server for a failover group.

All servers in a failover group must share a unique signature,
which is a string of 8 or more characters where at least two
characters are letters and at least one is not.

Enter signature:

Again: Enter signature:


Restarting Sun Ray Data Store ...
.
Tue Sep 17 16:14 : utdsd starting
Adding user admin ...
User(s) added successfully!

Creating new Sun Ray Kiosk Mode configuration ...

Validating new user ids.
Validating new user accounts.
Creating kiosk group utkiosk
Configuring new kiosk user accounts:
.........................
25 users configured

***********************************************************
The current policy has been modified.  You must restart the
authentication manager to activate the changes.
***********************************************************

Enter groupname for Windows Connector [utwc]

Enter group ID (gid) for the group [auto]

Creating required LDAP schema ...
adding new entry utname=remoteclient,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

adding new entry utname=users,utname=remoteclient,utname=psrserver,o=v1,o=utdata

Done.

*****************************************************************************
A restart of Sun Ray services is required before the Sun Ray Connector for
Windows Operating Systems is used. Please run :

           /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utstart

Note that this will *NOT* terminate any sessions.
*****************************************************************************

Configuration of Sun Ray Server Software has completed.  Please check
the log file, /var/adm/log/utconfig.2013_09_17_16:12:04.log, for errors.
root@psrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utstart
A warm restart has been initiated... messages will be logged to /var/opt/SUNWut/log/messages.

Step11 – Configure Sun Ray Primary Server (utadm)


root@psrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utadm -A 172.22.2.0

### Configuring /etc/nsswitch.conf
### Configuring Service information for Sun Ray
  Selected values for subnetwork "172.22.2.0"
    net mask:           255.255.254.0
    no IP addresses offered
    auth server list:   172.22.2.10
    firmware server:    172.22.2.10
  Accept as is? ([Y]/N): N
  new netmask: [255.255.254.0] 255.255.255.0
        You have specified a netmask different than the class
        based netmask for this subnet.
        Do you want to keep this netmask?  ([Y]/N): y
  Do you want to offer IP addresses for this subnet? (Y/[N]): N
  auth server list:     172.22.2.10
To read auth server list from file, enter file name:
Auth server IP address (enter to end list): 172.22.2.10
Auth server IP address (enter to end list): 172.22.2.11
Auth server IP address (enter to end list):
If no server in the auth server list responds,
should an auth server be located by broadcasting on the network? ([Y]/N): Y
  new firmware server: [172.22.2.10]
  Selected values for subnetwork "172.22.2.0"
    net mask:           255.255.255.0
    no IP addresses offered
    auth server list:   172.22.2.10 172.22.2.11
    firmware server:    172.22.2.10
  Accept as is? ([Y]/N): Y
### successfully setup "/etc/inet/netmasks" file
### Configuring firmware version for Sun Ray
        All the units served by "psrserver" on the 172.22.2.0
        network interface, running firmware other than version
        "11.1.1.0_06_2013.03.01.22.48" will be upgraded at their next power-on.

### Configuring Sun Ray Logging Functions
### Turning on Sun Ray LAN connection

NOTE: utstart must be run before LAN connections will be allowed



DHCP is not currently running, should I start it? ([Y]/N):
Y
root@psrserver:~# reboot

Configuring Secondary Sun Ray Server (from Step1 to Step10 in a same way)

Step12 - Configuring Sun Ray Secondary Server (utadm)


root@ssrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utadm -A 172.22.2.0

### Configuring /etc/nsswitch.conf
### Configuring Service information for Sun Ray
  Selected values for subnetwork "172.22.2.0"
    net mask:           255.255.254.0
    no IP addresses offered
    auth server list:   172.22.2.11
    firmware server:    172.22.2.11
  Accept as is? ([Y]/N): N
  new netmask: [255.255.254.0] 255.255.255.0
        You have specified a netmask different than the class
        based netmask for this subnet.
        Do you want to keep this netmask?  ([Y]/N): Y
  Do you want to offer IP addresses for this subnet? (Y/[N]): N
  auth server list:     172.22.2.11
To read auth server list from file, enter file name:
Auth server IP address (enter to end list): 172.22.2.11
Auth server IP address (enter to end list): 172.22.2.10
Auth server IP address (enter to end list):
If no server in the auth server list responds,
should an auth server be located by broadcasting on the network? ([Y]/N): Y
  new firmware server: [172.22.2.11]
  Selected values for subnetwork "172.22.2.0"
    net mask:           255.255.255.0
    no IP addresses offered
    auth server list:   172.22.2.11 172.22.2.10
    firmware server:    172.22.2.11
  Accept as is? ([Y]/N): Y
### successfully setup "/etc/inet/netmasks" file
### Configuring firmware version for Sun Ray
        All the units served by "ssrserver" on the 172.22.2.0
        network interface, running firmware other than version
        "11.1.1.0_06_2013.03.01.22.48" will be upgraded at their next power-on.

### Configuring Sun Ray Logging Functions
### Turning on Sun Ray LAN connection

NOTE: utstart must be run before LAN connections will be allowed



DHCP is not currently running, should I start it? ([Y]/N):
Y
root@ssrserver:~# reboot

Step13 – Update hosts file


root@psrserver:~# vi /etc/hosts

# Internet host table
#
127.0.0.1       localhost loghost
172.22.2.10     psrserver
172.22.2.11     ssrserver

:wq!

root@ssrserver:~# vi /etc/hosts

# Internet host table
#
127.0.0.1       localhost loghost
172.22.2.11     ssrserver
172.22.2.10     psrserver

:wq!

Step14 – Configure Sun Ray Servers (utreplica)


root@psrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utreplica -p -a ssrserver

Sun Ray Server Software 4.5
Administration Failover Configuration

Converting Administration Standalone Server to Administration Primary
### updating the SRDS config file
        ...done
.
.
Tue Sep 17 18:08 : utdsd starting

Restarting Sun Ray Server Software ...
stopping authentication manager
starting printer service
starting serial service
starting authentication manager

Configuration of Failover Administration has completed.
Please check the log file, /var/adm/log/utreplica.2013_09_17_18:07:54.log, for errors.

root@ssrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utreplica -s psrserver

Sun Ray Server Software 4.5
Administration Failover Configuration

Converting Administration Standalone Server to Administration Secondary
Completion of this operation will overwrite administrative data.
Continue? (Y/N) [N] Y

### updating the Datastore init file
        ...already configured with port 7012
### updating the SRDS config file
        ...done
### updating the system services file
        ...done
### updating the Sun Ray admin config file
        ...done
.
Tue Sep 17 18:16 : utdsd starting

Restarting Sun Ray Server Software ...
stopping authentication manager
starting printer service
starting serial service
starting authentication manager

Configuration of Failover Administration has completed.
Please check the log file, /var/adm/log/utreplica.2013_09_17_18:16:45.log, for errors.

root@psrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utgstatus
host   flags    interface     flags
                172.22.2.0/24
------------    -------------------
psrserver TN    172.22.2.10     UA-
ssrserver TN    172.22.2.11     UA-

root@ssrserver:~# /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utgstatus
host   flags    interface     flags
                172.22.2.0/24
------------    -------------------
ssrserver TN    172.22.2.11     UA-
psrserver TN    172.22.2.10     UA-


Step15 – Configure Sun Ray Webadmin GUI

Open any web browser and access one of the Sun Ray server’s IP address with port number to configure Webadmin GUI – Example https://172.22.2.10:1661 enter username “admin” and password to login.



Here you can see both Sun Ray Servers which we have configured in failover

Now Click Advanced > Security and apply settings as shown in image below and Click Save


Click System Policy and apply settings as shown in image below and then click Save


Click Kiosk Mode > Edit and apply settings as shown in image below and then click Save


Click SERVERS > Select both Servers > Click Cold Restart as shown in image below

Restarting Sun Ray Services as shown in image below


Sun Ray Services Restart Completed as shown in image below


Step16 – Test Sun Ray Environment (Virtual Desktop Client)

Open Virtual Desktop Client and type any Sun Ray server’s IP in Server box and Click Connect as shown in image below.


Sun Ray Servers made Windows Session available on thin client as shown in image below.

 
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