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VMware VI error: Cannot connect to host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it

Posted on 2009-05-02
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Started getting this error when trying to view OS thru the console on VMware VI installed on XP running within VMware Fusion. I installed all the Windows updates and Dot Nets v 1, 2 and 3.5. I attached a screen shot. It works fine when connecting from another machine. So it's specific this installation of OS
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vmwarun - Arun earned 300 total points
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VMware Remote MKS TCP Port 903 needs to opened in the Firewall.
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My guess.
Uninstall the VI Client, check DOT net is up todate via MS.
Reboot
Reinstall the VI Client.
Give it another try.
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by:piotrmikula108
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it was Comodo firewall, that even though it was shut down was blocking, had to reinstall it I also reinstalled VI and .Net

thanks guys
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