VMware Horizon 7.13 | 1.6 Gb
The VMware software team is pleased to announce the availability of VMware Horizon 7.13. This release includes many new features and enhancements to Horizon Connection Server and Horizon Agent including continuing to build on the feature parity of Horizon Console, the HTML5-based web console that replaces Horizon Administrator, which is not available in VMware Horizon 8.

Release Notes for VMware Horizon 7 version 7.13 - Date: 15 October 2020
The biggest new feature in this release of Horizon is the inclusion of instant clones with virtually all Horizon licenses. Instant clones are one of the most transformative technologies in Horizon. The version of instant clones in 7.13 included with 7.13 includes the enhancements that were included in Horizon 8. The most important enhancement is Smart Provisioning which allows instant clones to be deployed without a parent VM, although it will be slightly slower to provision new clones without a parent VM it will save disk space and memory. By default, hosts that have less than 12 clones will not have a parent, but there are ways to override this.
Carbon Black, VMware's endpoint security product, is supported with 7.13 instant clones.
The Horizon Console now includes a feature that has been asked for by the customers for some time: the ability to see pools being deleted from the Machines view. Another enhancement to the console is that VMware added the Admin role which has all privileges except the ability to grant others administrator privileges.
Another much-needed feature that was included is that the public IP address of the end users is now collected via the agent. This will be a great boon for troubleshooting and security.
In the past, in order to change the features that were initially installed with the Horizon Agent you needed to uninstall and then reinstall the agent. With this release you have the option to change features without reinstalling the agent.
Horizon Client
Along with the release of 7.13 VMware included the Horizon 5.5 and Horizon 2009 client. The 2009 client supports Horizon 8 as well as Horizon 7, whereas the Horizon 5.5 client only shows support for Horizon 7.
VMware published a chart that shows what features are supported for each client. Most telling is that 2009 does not support virtual printing, which is ThinPrint's remote management solution that has been with Horizon/View since the early days.

VMware published a chart that shows what features are supported for each client. Most telling is that 2009 does not support virtual printing, which is ThinPrint's remote management solution that has been with Horizon/View since the early days.

App Volumes and DEM
In App Volumes 2009 the only real new feature is that you now have the option to join the VMware Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP). This release also includes security and bug fixes.
The release notes for DEM 2009 show only minor changes to the product with the most interesting being that you can now configure tasks to run during computer startup or shutdown. You can find an extensive list of changes in the release notes for Horizon 7.13, Cart 5.5, and DEM 2009

The number provided before each resolved issue refers to the VMware internal issues tracking system.
- 2611802: After installing Horizon Agent, a Windows Server 2016 unmanaged desktop appears as an RDS Host instead of a desktop in Horizon Administrator.
- 2506831: Start menu does not work on Windows 10 2004 64-bit and 32-bit machines with Persona installed.
- 2413211: A deleted file or folder is not removed from a Windows Roaming Profile Synchronization enabled folder of Persona remote profile.
- 2594225: Logon fails at first logon after recomposing/refreshing desktop where Persona and DSVA are enabled. See KB 80951.
- 2638685: VMware Persona Service crashes, resulting in users experiencing application issues after installing Microsoft Windows Defender ATP and Microsoft Bitlocker.
VMware Horizon 7 delivers virtualized or hosted desktops and applications through a single platform to end users. These desktop and application services-including Remote Desktop Services (RDS) hosted apps, packaged apps with VMware ThinApp, software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps, and even virtualized apps from Citrix-can all be accessed from one digital workspace across devices, locations, media, and connections without compromising quality and user experience.

Leveraging complete workspace environment management and optimized for the software-defifned data center, Horizon 7 helps IT control, manage, and protect all of the Windows resources end users want, at the speed they expect, with the efficiency business demands.
This release of VMware Horizon 7.13 boasts many new improvements and enhancements, including improvements to the platform and instant clone functionality, enhancements to Linux support and Blast Extreme updates, and a variety of boosts to Horizon Agents and Horizon Clients.
Horizon 7.13: What's New.

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Product: VMware Horizon
Version: 7.13 Enterprise Edition with Client 5.4.2
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.vmware.com
Language: english
System Requirements: PC *
Size: 1.6 Gb

System Requirements:
- Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Standard/Enterprise/Datacenter (x64)
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard/Datacenter (x64)
- Windows Server 2016 Standard/Datacenter (x64)
- Windows Server 2019
Hardware Recommended:
CPU: 2GHz or faster and 4 CPUs
Network: 1Gbps NICs
Memory: 8GB RAM or higher for deployments of 50 or more remote desktops
Disk space: 60GB

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