Setting Up Your Virtual Machine

Review, Annotate, and Explore a 3D Scene (Latest Version)

Before connecting, you’ll need to download and install VMWare Horizon Client. Please note that you may be asked to restart your computer after installation.

MacOS and Linux instructions can be found in the Appendix.

Here is your virtual machine login and password:

Virtual Machine Name

Username

Password

Omniverse-1

ovlaunch1

<$VM1Password>

To launch your VM, follow these steps:

Attention

The first time you log in to your VM the Omniverse Enterprise Launcher will open and the Create, View, and Cache applications will begin to install.

Monitor progress of the installations in the notification area (the bell icon in the upper right corner)


  1. Double Click on the NVIDIA Omniverse Launcher shortcut on your VM’s desktop.

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  2. Once the installation has finished, navigate to the Library tab

  3. Click View

  4. Click the Launch button.

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Nucleus allows users to store, share, and collaborate on project data and provides the unique ability to work synchronously across multiple applications. For this launchpad lab we’ll be utilizing a Nucleus Enterprise server. Follow the instructions below to connect to your shared Nucleus Enterprise server from View. You can log in to this server from a local web browser as well, making it easy to share files and collaborate!

In this lab, you will connect to Nucleus using the following steps:


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