To enable users to connect to the physical machine or XenServer VM hosting the graphical application, you install the Delivery Agent (DA) for HDX 3D Pro. Then, to assign the virtual desktop or application to a user, you create a machine catalog and a delivery group containing the computer that hosts the graphical application.
For more information about assigning GPUs to XenServer VMs, see the XenServer Virtual Machine Installation Guide.
If the resolution requested by the user device is high, the ICA session will not detect the resolution of the user device and will fall back to the minimum resolution supported by the VDA monitor.
Before the DA for HDX 3D Pro is installed, the following prerequisites are installed if they are not already present on the host computer.
You can also install the DA for HDX 3D Pro from a command prompt. To install HDX 3D Pro, run XenDesktopVdaSetup.exe and include the following option in addition to any others you need to use.
For information about other options, run XenDesktopVdaSetup.exe /h or see Install using the command line.
To deploy the DA for HDX 3D Pro through Active Directory Group Policy, ensure that the transform file specifies appropriate values for the ENABLE_HDX_3D_PRO properties. For more information about deploying the DA through group policy, see Install or remove Virtual Delivery Agents using scripts in Active Directory.
To upgrade HDX 3D Pro, uninstall both the separate HDX 3D for Professional Graphics component and the Delivery Agent (DA) before installing the latest DA for HDX 3D Pro. Similarly, to switch from the standard DA to the DA for HDX 3D Pro, uninstall the standard DA before installing the DA for HDX 3D Pro.