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VMWare View Composer fails

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Hello - we're trying to setup VMware View on VSphere 5.1, and are having trouble when setting up the connection server to link to the Composer service.  Composer is running on the VCenter Windows server, and is failing in the View Administrator when editing the VCenter Server Settings, where you specify the Composer server.  A screen shot is attached.  Let me know if you need more information to understand the issue.  Thanks for your help.
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by:IanTh
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can vcenterserver see(ping) the composer server ? your not actually running the virtual vcenter server are you ?
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by:Damian_Gardner
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Thanks for your posts.  Composer is installed on the VCenter server, which is a Windows VM - so it's local.  I'll check out the thread.  thanks
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