Microsoft AVD and Windows 365 connections created locally

Most organizations will want to deliver AVD and Windows 365 connections from NoTouch Center. However, local options exist as well

Configure Microsoft AVD connection locally in NoTouch OS

The steps below will walk you through creating a AVD connection locally in NoTouch OS when not using NoTouch Center

Select Start (Polar Bear) \ Configuration Enter the appropriate administrator password Select Connections \ Add Select Edit on the newly created Connection


In the Edit Connections dialogue Name the connection per your needs, In this case we use Azure Virtual Desktop, Select the Connection Mode drop down, and select Azure Virtual Desktop / Windows 365


You then have the option of configuring the Azure Virtual Desktop specific parameters, by selecting the 'Azure Virtual Desktop' tab

AVD_Local_Config_2Detailed Azure Virtual Desktop client configuration can be found on the here 

Once the configuration is complete, select Save and Close the System Configuration dialogue

You should now see your newly created AVD connection on the desktop