Whether one TC can simultaneously log in to multiple VMs and whether the VMs can be displayed on different screens

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One TC can log in to multiple VMs simultaneously, but only one VM can be displayed at a time on a single screen. This screen can be switched between VMs. Currently, multiple VMs cannot be displayed on different screens simultaneously using one TC.

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Whether a TC can simultaneously log in to multiple VMs and be displayed on multiple screens
A TC can simultaneously log in to multiple VMs and be displayed on multiple screens. For details about the configuration method, see: http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=262121 or http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=261825

Whether VM provisioning can be terminated
VM provisioning cannot be terminated. You must wait for the task to complete and the result (successful or failed) to be displayed.

Whether an account can be bound to a user VM
An account is bound to a user VM during VM creation. When creating a VM, you need to perform the following configuration: When VM group type is set to Full copy, configure the Set assignment type, Add user, and Setting User Group parameters. When VM group type is set to Linked clone and Full memory, configure the Number of VMs and Add User (Group) parameters. After the VM has been created, the account is bound to the VM.

Whether VMs can be migrated across clusters
The desktop solution does not support cross-cluster VM migration. In Huawei's desktop solution, a single cluster supports 100 servers, and each server can house up to 250 VMs. This ensures the reliability of VM clusters even without cross-cluster VM migration.

Whether black boxes can be used to record VM logs and user behavior
Black boxes cannot be used to record VM logs and user behavior. VM logs, user behavior, and operation records are generally recorded and managed by the upper-layer cloud management system. A black box collects and stores running information about a physical machine (Domain0 and Xen) equipped with FusionCompute when the physical machine exits abnormally. The following OS-level information is involved: (1) Kernel logs (2) Screen output information from before the system exited (3) Diagnosis information from the diagnosis tool (kernel module)

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