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I am having trouble with thinapps showing up in the connector. When I sync the connector with the thinapp I get the following errors. Does these mean anything to anyone. I have set the thinapp share permissions to everyone (read/write) and authenticated users (read/write), security everyone has full permissions.
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Also i can connect to the thinapp just fine when using the View Administrator, Horizon workspace that's when i get these errors.
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Did you upgrade ThinApp from a previous version after package creation?

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2021928
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No I have been using thinapp version 5.0.0.1391583 from day one and have never changed.
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well I just read that horizon workspace 1.5 does not work with does not work with thinapp 5.0, and sure enough those are the versions I am running. I will install thinapp 4.7.3 tomorrow and test if that works. I will update once I test.
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Downgrading thinapp to 4.7.3 fixed my issue.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for timgreen7077's comment #a39766107

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Downgrading thinapp to 4.7.3 fixed my issue
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In all honesty, would you have known to check versioning without seeing that article?

Let's be fair, although I did not provide you with the exact answer, I'm sure I pointed you in the right direction.
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