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Multi-tenant Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 Deployment, Management, and Optimization Platform for Managed Service Providers.


Automatically provision a complete AVD or Windows 365 environment in a few hours or connect to an existing environment in minutes.


Manage all your clients in a single pane of glass admin portal - without the need for an experienced Azure engineer – and eliminating the possibility of human error.


Save up to 75% on Microsoft Azure compute and storage costs using Nerdio’s Advanced Auto-scaling capabilities.

Get Your First 10 Internal Users Free


Azure Virtual Desktop &
Windows 365 Made Easy With Nerdio

Below are some of the features of Nerdio Manager for MSP – click the icons for more detail.


Complete Cost of Azure Infrastructure and Software Licensing

Best-Practices Recommendations on Rls, AHB

Per-User Azure Cost Reporting

Easy, Wizard-Driven Cost Estimates


Overlay on Top of



1-Hour Customer Deployment


Alerting and

MSIX AppAttach

Servers, Backup
and Networking

Users and

RBAC with End-
User Portal

Image Creation
and Management

Performance and

Complete UI


Performance Optimization


Up to 75% in Savings



Customer Deployment


(No Azure Footprint)

Create a new all-PaaS environment of AVD supporting services + AVD hosts.

New resource group

New network

New Azure AD DS

New Azure Files

New AVD deployment

New Cloud PC deployment

Deployment Time: 60 Minutes


(Existing AD or AADDS)

Create AVD supporting services leveraging existing components + AVD hosts.

Use existing identity

Use existing resource

Use existing network

New Azure Files share

New AVD deployment

New Cloud PC deployment

Deployment Time: 30 Minutes


(Existing Azure Environment)

Connect to existing Azure environment and extend with AVD.

Use existing identity

Use existing resource

Use existing network

Use existing file storage

New AVD deployment

New Cloud PC deployment

Deployment Time: 10 Minutes


(Existing AVD Deployment)

Overlay on top of existing AVD deployment to enhance management and auto-scaling.

Use existing identity

Use existing resource

Use existing network

Use existing file storage

New AVD deployment

New Cloud PC deployment

Deployment Time: 10 Minutes


Nerdio "Partnerd"

Join Nerdio as a partner and start benefitting from the exciting perks along the way.

Customer-led Innovation

Regular product updates based on partner and customer requests and feedback.

White Labeling & Co-branded Documents

Make white papers, case studies, one pagers, and more, look like your own so selling is made easy.

Partnerd Portal

Register your deals, access exclusive content, guides, videos, and more.

Leads Go To You

Nerdio is not a services provider, so unlike other companies, we pass along leads to our partners.

Real-Time Support

No long waiting times here – get access to Nerdio support as soon as you need it.


Customer Testimonials

"Awesome Automation! Nerdio has been a game changer for our organization. The planform is user friendly and has reduced the time our engineers take to deploy any Azure workload. From 3 to 5 users to hundreds of users in very little time. Even my three-year-old knows how to use Azure by utilizing the automation that Nerdio offers."
"Fast, Easy and Affordable! The Nerdio Manager application gives us the control, tools and ability to deploy and manage Microsoft Azure tenants for our clients, making the process extremely simple and easy. Any MSP could implement and manage an Azure strategy for its customers with little effort or knowledge of Azure."
"Nerdio is Amazing This has been exactly what we were looking for. It allows us to manage AVD without the need to script everything ourselves. We look forward to utilizing this application for a very long time."
"Awesome! This is Nerdio Manager for Enterprise- built for MSPs. Thanks Nerdio!"


Nerdio Manager for MSP Featured Demos


Experience Nerdio
Manager for MSP


Multi-Cloud and On-Premises Deployment with Azure Stack HCI (Coming Soon)

Deploy Azure Virtual Desktop in Azure and extend the session host VM placement to on-premises and other cloud using Azure Stack HCI. Nerdio Manager automates deployment of session hosts, AVD agent installation, and full integration into the AVD deployment in Azure.

Create a brand new Azure Virtual Desktop environment or allow Nerdio Manager to discover an existing deployment, connecting to existing resources, and manage them.

Deploy Nerdio Manager from Azure Marketplace and configure a new AVD environment with an easy to follow, step-by-step configuration wizard. First group of users can access their AVD desktop in less than 2 hours.

Service providers, system integrators, and consultants can leverage Nerdio Manager’s scripted AVD deployment template. Create complete environments with desktop images, host pools, and auto-scaling in minutes.

Create and manage AVD environments that span Azure regions and subscriptions. Quickly link Vnets and resource groups and manage AVD deployments world-wide from unified portal.

Link multiple Azure tenants under the same Nerdio Manager instance and manage AVD deployments that span Azure AD tenants. User identities and session host VMs can run in separate tenants for maximum flexibilty and security.

Deploy and manage AVD environments that span across sovereign Azure Clouds. Cross-sovereign cloud support allows identity (e.g. users and groups) to be in one Azure Cloud, while session host VMs are in another Azure Cloud.

Management of workspaces, host pools, app groups, RemoteApps & custom RDP settings

Administer every aspect of AVD with Nerdio Manager including workspaces, host pools, application groups, RemoteApp publishing, RDP properties, session time limits, FSLogix, and much, much more. Every Azure service that AVD relies on can be managed with Nerdio Manager.

Deploy and manage AVD session host VMs. Hosts can be created manually or with auto-scaling, deleted on-demand or on a schedule, re-imaged to apply updates, run a scripted action, resized, put into or taken out of drain mode, and more.

Manage user sessions across the entire AVD environment, within a workspace, host pool or on a single host. Monitor session status, disconnect or log off the user, shadow or remote control to provide support, or send user an on-screen message.

End users have the ability to log into Nerdio Manager with their Azure AD credentials and manage their own session, restart their desktop VM, or start a session host if none are started in a host pool. (Ability to resize and re-image own desktop is coming soon.)

Create, link, and manage Azure Files shares including AD domain join. Synchronize Azure Files permissions with host pools, configure quotas, and enable SMB multi-channel. Manage file lock handles and configure Azure Files auto-scaling to increase quota as needed.

Create, link, and manage Azure NetApp Files accounts, capacity pools and volumes. Configure provisioned volume size, monitor usage, and use auto-scaling to automatically adjust volume and capacity pool size to accommodate the needed capacity and latency requirements.

FSLogix configuration can be complex and overwheling, but not with Nerdio Manager. Create one or more FSLogix profiles with all the needed options, point at one or more Azure Files, Azure NetApp Files, or server locations and select from VHDLocations, CloudCache and Azure Blob storage modes.

Multiple identity source profiles can be set up and used automatically on different host pools. Active Directory, Azure AD DS, and Native Azure AD are all supported. Choose the appropriate directory profile when adding a host pool and all VMs will automatically join this directory when being created.

Create a copy of a host pool with all of its settings: auto-scale config, app groups and RemoteApps, MSIX AppAttach, user/group assignments, VM deployment settings, etc. Save time by creating host pool “templates” that can be cloned to any Workspace, Azure region or subscription instead of starting from scratch.

Apply user session time limits at host pool level. Automatically log off disconnected sessions, limit the duration of idle sessions, control empty RemoteApp session behavior and more.

Assign Azure AD users to personal desktops to ensure the user will log into a pre-configured VM. Un-assign personal desktops from users who leave the organization and re-use these VMs for new users.

Pre-configure custom Azure tags for all Azure resources associated with each host pool. Tags can be used for charge-back and cost allocation by host pool.

When creating session hosts using NV-series VMs NVIDIA and AMD GPU drivers are automatically installed.

Move existing host pools from Fall 2019 (Classic) object model to Spring 2020 (ARM) object model. Choose to whether to move or copy user assignments. Existing session hosts are automatically migrated or new ones can be created in the ARM host pool.

Automatically enable and configure AVD integration with Azure monitor. Zero configuration required. Azure Monitor Insights for AVD can be used instead of or in conjunction with Sepago Monitor.

AVD personal desktops to Windows 365 Cloud PC migration (Coming Soon)

Migrate users from AVD personal desktops to Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PCs using an existing image and user assignment. (Coming soon)


Create desktop images from a single pop-up with just a few clicks. No need to Sysprep, capture, version or do any of the other complex Azure image management tasks. Nerdio Manager fully automates the process. Desktop Images can start with a gallery image, existing custom image, or even an existing VM. Images can be stored as custom or Shared Image Gallery integrated objects.

Duplicate desktop images by cloning them to either the same region or another Azure region. Make a clone before making major changes to the image so the changes can be tested without impact the production environment. All with one click.

Distribute desktop images to multiple Azure regions by selecting the locations where the images should be available. Can be enabled on new or existing images. A single desktop image VM can now be used to update AVD session hosts in all locations.

Schedule a recurring update to Desktop Images and automatically re-image host pools on a pre-defined schedule. System and application updates can be automatically applied after hours without manual intervention.

Schedule a regular refresh of a desktop image from Azure Marketplace using the latest patched version. Customize the image with scripted actions and have it automatically deployed to host pools for full end-to-end update automation.

Leverage native Azure backup to create versions of desktop image VMs before making changes and easily revert to prior versions. Take a backup of an image VM while powering it on to modify or manually trigger a backup at any time.

Maintain multiple version of a desktop image by retaining old versions during image updates. These version can be easily used to deploy session hosts in the future.

Modify and update production images and test them without affecting current production host pools that use these images. When updating an image, select for the new version to be created in “staged” mode. Designated test host pools can start using and testing this image right away, but production host pools will only begin using it when it is activated after testing and validation. The end-to-end process of image update, user acceptance testing, and deployment into production can be fully automated.

Ensure that users always log into a pristine, image-based session host by refreshing (re-imaging) used VMs after users log off. In single-user pooled scenarios, desktops will be automatically re-imaged when users log off. In multi-user pooled scenarios, session hosts will be re-imaged as soon as the last user logs off. This way, all hosts will be always kept up-to-date and in pristine state

Schedule a recurring update to Desktop Images and automatically re-image host pools on a pre-defined schedule. System and application updates can be automatically applied after hours without manual intervention.

When session host VMs are re-imaged, the VM name, AD computer object, IP address and DNS host name remain the same. No need to update other systems when re-imaging host VMs since they appear identical to external systems before and after the re-image process.

Before “sealing” the image (i.e. running “set as image” task) document any changes that were made. A report can be generated to show these changes and who made them.