1, Your domain system shoudl include at least one Domain Controller and one sharing host that has joined the domain system.
2, Install the vMatrix Server Manager on the sharing host(s).
3, Create users on the Domain Controller. If you create users with vMatrix Management Center, the users will be automatically added to the Remote Desktop User Group. But if you do it with Windows Control Panel, you have to manually add the users to the Remote Dekstop User Group.
4, Log into the host with vCloudPoint zero clients. Hosts will automatically be recognized if they have joined the domain. The picture below shows two login options: the first domain name “CLOUDPOINT” is chosen for domain login; the second one “Local Account” is for local account login. If users choose local account login, they are logging on the host rather than the domain.
5, Select a domain, and then enter your username and password.
1. By default, only users in the Administrator Group can log into the remote Domain Controller, users in the Remote Desktop User Group cannot.
2. If you are using a vMatrix version of 126.96.36.199 or earlier, you have to install the vMatrix both on the Domain Controller and Hosts. If you do not want to install vMatrix on Domain Controller, please use vMatrix version of 188.8.131.52 or later.