Honestly the VDI stuff is meant for server management, the emphasis of Taisun is managing a single home server.
That is not to say you cannot share links to VDI infra, just that it is missing core components needed for a shared env.
- There is no user management, desktops are spun up as abc/taisun
- There is no authentication mechanisms
- It listens on port 3000 along with the Taisun Web interface which is essentially like root access to your server (Taisun also has no baked in authentication)
I make Taisun with a specific use in mind as it is a side project for how I want to manage my home servers and a couple of my buddies use it. For me and my friends it is to run a Download automation stack and Plex.
The remote access stuff I created to get into my home network from the Gateway application which does have auth in front of it.
I guess this is a long way of saying the application is not designed for what you have in mind for a use case. That is not to say Docker enterprise VDI with Gaucamole server could not be a thing, but it would likely be a branch of off this application, with stuff like LDAP integration etc etc.