Volatile/single use VM's in WVD

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Hi,

 

In on-prem VDI setups there is the concept of volatile personal VMs, once a user has logged of of the VM they get deleted and a new fresh copy of the VM image added to the pool.

 

Is it possible to configure WVD this way? I have need for demo VM images, so any changes made to the VM get lost when the user logs off and the next user gets a clean fresh image to be able to run the same 'destructive' demos.

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

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