From user's perspective - too restrictive
We have at our company a drive to move to VDI but we have found that in situations where you need to move in and out of lots of different programs lots of times, this solution doesn't lend itself well. Also, we frequently find that getting new software you need to do your job requires a lot of hoops and frequently is denied. With a desktop and admin rights, you can install what you need to do the job and not have to worry about hoops. Users don't like VDI, and the fact that I can take my work anywhere doesn't matter to me if I can't install what I need when I need it.
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