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We still see this issue on 7.3.1 - any updates here?
How did you fix this issue in your enviroment?
Authorization DHCP is already configured and the scope is also mentioned properly. Thankyou.
We haven't seen this issue for a long time. Eventually we had an issue with the agents not being installed in the correct order. We are using vGPU's and drivers need to be installed in a specific way. If you are to upgrade the view environment make sure to first uninstall all applications, then install them in the following order.
1. VMWare Tools (full install)
2. VMWare Agent
3. VMWare Direct Connect Agent (if needed)
4. NVidia Drivers.
We found out that this install sequence works for us.
Okay so we are using W10 1703, UEM and Horizon View 7.2 but we still don't see the indicator. I did try setting the keys you provided tmodderkolk but unfortenately to no avail.
I do see that setting within my virtual machine it just does nothing with it..
Did you guys try anything else? Or am I overlooking something here??
If you upgrade your Agent to 7.x, you will get DPI syncing, where the Remote Desktop will end up at 125% DPI and the resolutions will match. That will give a better experience. I can’t recall the exact 7.x version it was introduced in though. Either 7.0 or 7.1 I think.
the local pc drive are not mapping for both application and desktop pool. I enabled sharing check everything can anybody suggest how i could fix it
Read this article: Using DPI Synchronization
Thank you for the response, I would love to upgrade to the latest agent and get all the additional features, that is just not an option available to me right now.
I find it very strange that there were no apparent issues when using the older view client version, I cant even go back to the older version as we would lose the display topology functionality within the later clients.
I've seen issues where the network isn't completely online when trying to map the drives.
How are you mapping the drives? Logon script, GPO preference, UEM, etc?
Do you have UEM? If so, you can use the local drive mapping setting.
You can disable display scaling/dpi synchronization on the Horizon Agent using the GPO templates.
Would this require the master images for the pools to be snapshotted at the correct resolution or can the resolution be defined within the GPO template, if the latter how well does this work with multi-monitor users?
The resolution in the parent image does not matter. The Client will define the resolution when connecting based on what the pool allows or it can be manually set by the user.
There are too many variables here. If I had to guess, the 2012 server and the Windows 7 VM are not on the same subnet. The second guess is DHCP helper is not configured on the subnets.
My recommendation, is placing a standard VM on the same subnet as the 2012 VM. If no DHCP is received, then contact Microsoft support for further assistance.
Thank you for reply, as i said earlier everything is configured properly, and when i'm providing the static IP address including DNS to my client it is working fine and even resolving is happening, properly, but when i'm putting my client on DHCP it's not getting IP address from my DHCP Server. My DHCP server is authorized and have given the scope range is 192.168.1.1 to 188.8.131.52 and the excluded Ip address is 192.168.1.8 to 192.168.1.12. so simply the SM will be 255.255.255.0. please help me.
The view agent on virtual desktops can fail to communicate with the connection server over time, but the agent service does not actually fail and restart. Is there a way to query the connection server database for agent communication failures and direct vcenter to restart the VM? Directing the virtual desktop to automatically reboot after a period of time is not an option.
the firewall was on i turned off now drives are mapping but In the http console the local drives are mapping in private network not in public network how to fix anybody have idea regarding this issue.
I am trying to set up WMI monitors for our VDI environment (Horizon 7.3.2) and the classes referenced in Examining PCoIP Session Statistics with WMI are all missing from my connection servers. Are these WMI components only available on the VDI desktops themselves?
Not sure why I didn't see the response.
Though if that's the case it's odd that when you go to edit a connection server in the View admin console under authentication it has an option to configure SAML.
Though I haven't found any info on configuring it via that part, while the options are simple there isn't anything saying how the other side should be set.
if you look at the below link, they have a powershell script that will find affected vms, its possible to use this to automatically reboot the vms
I did some research and found that there is indeed no GPO or registry value that can be set on the Horizon client to disable display scaling. The only way to disable it is by having the user go into the Settings dialog after login and uncheck "Allow display scaling" after selecting either "Applications" or the specific desktop on the left side. Otherwise, display scaling will automatically be disabled if you upgrade your Horizon agent so that DPI synchronization is enabled. But specifically, the DPI synchronization agent GPO will not help you with what you are looking for now.