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Networks Ports Diagramm for Horizon Workspace

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Horizon Workspace comes as a vApp containing several virtual appliances which handle different jobs. The first rule for installing Horizon Workspace is: Get your DNS working! After that the configuration is quite easy. All setup for the vApp is done on the Configurator virtual appliance which propagates the settings to the other appliances. This information is sent via the SSH port which means that all appliances must be reachable from the Configurator via port 22. But what about the other services on the appliances? How do they communicate to each other? The following diagram gives you an overview of the open ports needed in your Horizon environment.

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Please note that a few ports are configurable. This includes the connection to the database, the Active Directory, theView and SMTP server and last but not least the vCenter.

Written by Christoph Harding

April 15th, 2013 at 10:49 pm

View Composer 2.0 on x64 Windows

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On the VMware forums some people report issues during the database setup for View Composer 2.0 when using teh component on a x64 Windows operating system. The installation drops a message saying: Database not found. User vBaw now posted a workaround which helps to install the Composer on a x64 vCenter Server.

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Written by Christoph Harding

November 29th, 2009 at 4:14 pm

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