VMware View credentials not passing through to VM

Posted on 2012-08-11
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Last Modified: 2012-08-11
I recently rebuilt our View environment from scratch with v5.1. I created a new Windows 7 pool, the parent has nothing but Windows 7, VMware Tools and the View Agent. When I open the View client I enter my credentials, it then loads the Windows 7 VM but asks for credentials again, which it should receive from the View client. I am not sure what I am missing as I have done this before for clients. Any ideas?
Question by:udz2002
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I have applied the policy to disable "Do not require CTRL-ALT-DEL" and the problem persists.

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I identified a GPO that was blocking Single Sign On, broke this link and the View desktop is automatically logging in from the View client.

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