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No audio output device is installed 2008r2 Remote Desktop Server on vmware esxi 5.5

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Running a Virtual 2008R2 Remote Desktop Server on ESXi 5.5 with VMware tools installed.

Speaker shows X, hover over, it shows, "No audio output device is installed"

Look in device manager, don't see anything for Sound.

It is possible to enable sound on this VM?

Thank you in advance.
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by:Seth Simmons
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is the virtual machine configured with a sound device?
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just found the solution, I had to enable sound on the rdp host.
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