My name is Matthew Mulcahy, and I am the
Director of Business Development
at ProSource Family of Companies.
Today, we’re going to walk through
saving files locally to your desktop
from the cloud.
First things first, you’ll need to log
into the cloud environment.
From here, you’ll be able
to open a file browser window and navigate
to your Z: drive,
which is your redirected, local computer.
From here, you can navigate
to any of your local resources
and save files locally.
I’m going to take
this QuickBooks backup file
and drag it to my local desktop.
It’ll take a couple seconds to copy,
as it is about 35 MB (Megabytes).
But once this is done,
my file is saved locally.
I can take the file locally,
save it to a hard drive —
anything that I would need to do with it
outside of the cloud.
This is all encrypted end-to-end,
so the data transfer is secure
to your local machine.
That’s how easy it is to take files
from the cloud, and pull them down
to your local desktop using VMware Horizon
If you have any more questions,
please reach out to our team