Nutanix Frame
  • 22 May 2023
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Nutanix Frame

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Article Summary

The Release and Patch management license is required for this connector.
For advanced scenarios the Liquit Access Manager license is required.

With the Nutanix Frame connector you can create Liquit packages that contain Launchpad URLs to your own Frame environment. The connector can be configured to collect applications and desktops as ready to use applications within the Liquit Workspace for distribution.
SSO can be set up for the Frame environment. See the following documentation article on how to set up SSO with Liquit Access Manager How to setup SSO for Nutanix Frame

For more information about the Overview, Entitlements, Synchronization Profile, Releases and Managed packages screens, see Overview.

Settings screen

This page contains all information on how to connect to your Nutanix Frame environment.
To create the Client ID and Client secret visit the Nutanix Frame Platform documentation site.

Nutanix Frame
Client ID - The unique string used by Frame to identify and authorize the appropriate entity and API permissions.
Client secret - The HMAC-SHA256 key used to generate the signature and required by the signature verification process.
Launchpad Types – Applications and Desktops

Shared authentication session - Whether or not the session is shared across browsers.

Native Client
Use Native Client - Use Frame App when the Liquit Agent is used to launch the Frame application or desktop.
Install dependency - Add an install dependency to the managed packages. This could be a package that installs the Frame App for example.

Web Client
Use Web Client - Use Frame in HTML5 to launch the Frame application or desktop. Will be used only if native client is not available.
Browser - Specify which browser should be used to navigate to the Nutanix Frame package. The following options are available:

  • Default - the URL will be opened by the browser configured as default on devices.
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Opera
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari
  • Liquit - the URL will be opened using the Liquit browser.

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