We're moving from a persistent Win7 environment to a non-persistent Win10 environment. I currently have one blade with a GRID GPU in it for a couple of users who need the acceleration.
So now we have 1 image and 1 pool.
I assume I have to have a second pool, and for simplicity's sake, keep the NVIDIA drivers on the base image that is used for the main pool and the 3D pool. Is this right, is anyone else doing this?
Or can I still just keep one pool? How do I designate who uses the GRID or not?
Good call on moving to non-persistent. This will make your life a lot easier in the long run.
For your use case two different pools makes the most sense. One this is GRID enabled and one that is not. Personally I would maintain two different images but you should be OK with one.