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Failed to connect to View Connection Server

Posted on 2016-11-26
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I am trying to connect to Vmware View Connection Server, from another computer with VMware View Client installed on it, but I keep getting the error displayed on the screenshot below

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Could be a few reasons here, certificiations, SSL...

see this first

View Client 5.x on Windows fails to connect to Connection Server 5.1.x (2146400)
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Followed the steps on the above link and did not fix it..
I wonder if there are any logs to look at ?
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View Client does have logs.
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The View CLient version was different from the View Connection server.
I plugged URL of the Connection server on the browser , it sent me to the right link on Vmware to download the right version of the View client..
This fixed it
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