Announcing a New Guide: Integrating FSLogix with VMware Horizon

November 26, 2019

We’re excited to announce our latest guide, Integrating FSLogix Profile Containers with the VMware Horizon Just-in-Time Management Platform (JMP). This guide takes you step-by-step through the process of integrating Microsoft FSLogix with your Horizon 7 system. The guide describes everything from installing FSLogix and creating your first FSLogix Profile Container, to integrating App Volumes and supporting user-installed apps. And more.

Because nothing adds speed and efficiency to your management of desktops and application like the use of nonpersistent virtual machines. You cut down on overhead, yet the end users feel as if they are using the same machine from one session to the next. And that’s what Horizon is all about—a nonpersistent desktop service with a persistent user experience, now enhanced by adding FSLogix to the mix.

FSLogix, the set of software solutions recently acquired by Microsoft, enhances and simplifies non-persistent Windows computing environments. And now, FSLogix integrates with VMware technologies and complements Horizon desktop models. Horizon assembles disposable VMs with attached containerized apps and settings. The FSLogix Profile Container persists the user configuration data between nonpersistent desktop sessions.

Make sure to check out the new Integrating FSLogix Profile Containers with the VMware Horizon Just-in-Time Management Platform (JMP) and explore the benefits of integration. Feel free to comment below or contact VMware End-User-Computing Technical Marketing at with your feedback.

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Technical Marketing Manager, End User Computing, VMware.
Cindy is a Technical Writer Manager in VMware’s End-User Computing Technical Marketing department with over 20 years of experience communicating software concepts online. Cindy has been producing and collaborating on guides, blog posts, and other content about VMware Horizon Cloud, VMware Workspace ONE, VMware App Volumes, and more, since 2013.