Short answer, no there isn't. It has to do with the fact that you are using vGPU and which driver is being used to connect to the VDI session itself.
What we saw happening is that when trying to connect to the VDI session and we did not install in that order it would give us a black screen during logon.
We do the entire process every time we have a new version of any kind of software, just not for Appvolumes an UEM. These normally are the last to be installed.
I would highly suggest following this procedure. (official VMWare website)
Or this one that is a bit more to the point.
Although I don't totally agree with installing NVIDIA as the last one. I would always suggest installing UEM and Appvolumes as the last one but that's just a matter of opinion and taste I guess.
We don't use AppVolumes or GPU but otherwise this is the process we follow.
- Uninstall any other VMware components (e.g. Horizon Client, vSphere Client, etc...)
- Uninstall Horizon Agent
- Upgrade VMware Tools
- Install Horizon Agent
- Shut down
- Power on.