From within our private network, a small band of users have a requirement to access a 3rd parties network via vmware view (which requires relevant vmware horizon view client) installint locally. Would our internal security team have any valid reason for denying access to such a request on security grounds, i.e. letting a corporate laptop remotely connect to a 3rd parties network? What potential risks are there, if any?
I cannot see any reason why not, unless you do not want any secrets or documents leaving your organisation!
The View Client is connecting to a VM session on a server remotely, and only screen and mouse
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This article will show you how to create an ISO CD-ROM/DVD-ROM image (*.iso), and MD5 checksum signature, for use with VMware vSphere Hypervisor 6.5 (ESXi 6.5). It's a good idea to compare checksums, because many installations fail because of a corr…
Teach the user how to install and configure the vCenter Orchestrator virtual appliance
Open vSphere Web Client: Deploy vCenter Orchestrator virtual appliance OVA file: Verify vCenter Orchestrator virtual appliance boots successfully: Connect to the …