Exercise A4: Configuring the DNS Server

Now that the VNet is configured, your next step is to configure the DNS, which is required during the Horizon Cloud Service pod deployment. Horizon Cloud Service uses the default Microsoft Azure-provided DNS for the deployment for outbound DNS resolution, but requires Active Directory to resolve the Active Directory domain controllers. You must set the virtual network to support both internal and external name resolution.

1. Microsoft Azure DNS Supports Name Resolution

  1. In the navigation bar on the left, click Virtual networks.
  2. Select the virtual network you want to use for your pod.
  3. Click DNS servers to display the DNS server settings.

2. Configure DNS Before Deploying the Horizon Cloud Service Pod

  1. In the upper right, select the Custom option.
  2. Add the address of the DNS server to use for name resolution.

For more information, see Getting Started with VMware Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure.

After you finish configuring the DNS server, proceed to the next exercise to create a client secret for the service principal.

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