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Citrix Xen Desktop from the Web

So,

I have Citrix Xen Desktop set up and configured. I have a Windows 7 VM running on Xen Server 5. (XDesktop 5.6)

I am having some weird problems. I can ping other systems on the network. (physical/virtual) but i can't access anything via UNC path. \\172.16.x.x\Share

I can get on the internet, but I can't seem to access local servers on the local subnet. I've tried by name and IP address and can't seem to get connectivity.

That's one issue... my other question is how do I set this up so I can access the VM via a web browser?
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zequestioner
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zequestionerAuthor Commented:
Resolved the intermittent networking issue. I had the networks from xenserver transposed with the vm.
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Ayman BakrSenior ConsultantCommented:
You will have to create a web site in the Web Interface server. Here goes how it is done:

http://www.vmadmin.co.uk/citrix/59-xendesktop/291-xd55webintaccess
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