At this point, we are ready to launch the instance from the custom AMI that has been shared with your account and region by Nuvens. The AMI is based on Windows 2019 with 2 volumes (C:\ with 75GB and D:\ with 20 GB). We will use our new Security Group and the EC2 instance profile.
Depending on the number of WorkSpaces that the appliance will handle, the standard instances T3.Medium and T3.Large (and the AMD version T3A, when available) are a good fit.
Once the instance is ready, we can connect to it via RDP and join to the domain. We can also rename it while joining to the domain. This action takes the assumption that the WSM box will have access to the Active Directory in place.
After rebooting and logging in as a member of the domain, we can point the local browser to http://localhost to initialize the database and start configuring it.