Jul 04 2022 06:21 PM
Jul 05 2022 01:17 AM
Start on Connect is Azure Virtual Desktop functionality only and doesn't apply to traditional VMs. If you know your hours of operation or are using scale sets you can configure accordingly to scale back on differing loads or turn them off entirely between specified hours.
Here's a link/video on how you can achieve auto-shutdown and auto-start using automation tasks.
Jul 05 2022 04:33 PM
Jul 06 2022 01:21 AM
You could use an AVD host pool scaling plan and the flexibility that offers by setting bring your capacity threshold down to 0%. This can be found under Settings > Scaling plan.
You can then couple this with Wake on Connect which can be found under properties
Jul 06 2022 04:57 PM
Jul 11 2022 01:39 AM - edited Jul 11 2022 01:39 AM
I'm not 100% sure I follow what you mean by 'Correct' but if you're referring to creating the AVD environment you would need a host pool and to register a VM into the pool. You could then use the settings as mentioned above to achieve the wake on connect and scale plan to turn off. The link you've provided outlines those steps.
Jul 11 2022 10:14 PM