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Vant conect to vmware view from the internet.

Posted on 2011-09-22
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I am unable to connect to my vmware view from out side the network. Authenication works but i cant see my desktop. It works internal just not from the internet.
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by:viralypatel
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I faced the same issue some time back. Try to find a system you can properly login to remotely (On the network) and via that system login to the vmware.
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by:rburney
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So from a client do a "RDP" session internaly then launch view?
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by:viralypatel
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exactly.
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I'm going to need some more information from you, has to VMware View version, how you have it configured? VPN etc?
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We have put this project on hold due to a resource issue on our test server.
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by:rburney
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We have put this project on hold due to the lack of resources in our test server. We will rebuild everything 1st of next year when we have a new server.
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