Using the Pro Settings app, admins can set up virtual desktops, assign virtual GPU instances to existing virtual desktops, and configure MxGPU partitioning directly from a vSphere control panel.
Obviously, the Radeon Pro Settings app requires the server in question to be equipped with one of AMD's virtualization-oriented FirePro cards. It also requires the latest version of the driver for said cards, which is also the latest driver for any other Radeon Pro card now that AMD has unified its "Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Driver" package. If you're interested, check out AMD's blog post for a how-to video on the new plugin.
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