An OS Manager runs a previously configured service. The UDS Actor, hosted on the virtual desktop or application server, is responsible for the interaction between the OS and the Broker based on the configuration or chosen type of OS Manager .
A random password is assigned to an existing local user, which has been previously defined during the configuration process, in every new deployment of a virtual desktop, thus providing a higher level of security in the access.
You can choose between two types of Random Password OS Managers.
--Linux Random Password OS Manager: A Linux Random Password OS Manager is used for virtual desktops based on Linux systems which require a higher level of security in user access. It performs tasks of renaming and password change of existing users.
--Windows Random Password OS Manager: A Windows Random Password OS Manager is used for virtual desktops based on Windows systems that are not part of a domain and require a higher level of security in user access.
To get more details with configuration screenshots, read our user guide and administration manual, section, 4.4, page 155.