The primary main connection protocols that customers use to connect to their virtual desktop infrastructures include PCoIP, BLAST, and to a lesser extent, RDP. Our front line tech support engineers have compiled this list of articles which cover the most common issues with PCoIP and BLAST:
After upgrading or deploy the vCenter Server 6.0 or vCenter Server Appliance 6.0, some customers are being denied access to some features. Namely-
You are unable to access or see the Single Sign-On administration section
When attempting to access the System Configuration (located at: Administration > System Configuration) section, you are presented with: You do not have permissions to view this page. You must be a member of the SystemConfiguration.Administrators group in vCenter Single Sign-On to access System Configuration.
When attempting to access the Licensing administration (located at: Administration > Licensing > Licenses or Administration > Licensing > Reports) section, you are presented with: To view and manage licenses, you must have the Global.Licenses privilege on the vCenter Server system where this vSphere Web Client runs.
Today we have refreshed our top 20 list of VMware View specific KBs. Some have dropped off the list while others are now trending upward. Have a look and see if you are encountering any of these issues in View.
We've noticed a number of you who are encountering an error when attempting to access the VMware Knowledgebase, whether it be the main landing page, or a specific article in the KB. You see something like:
We are aware of the problem and are investigating the issue on our servers, but in the meantime we want everyone to know the work-around. Go into the menu of the browser you are using and clear both the cookies and the cache. Then reload the KB URL - it should then work.
vSphere 6.0 has been released for all to download. We’re sure vSphere users are all eager to install a copy and start kicking the tires, and we’re just as eager to see that you get started on the right foot. With this in mind, we have created the following list of Knowledge Base articles that are brand new, or have been updated for vSphere 6. You’ll notice lots of how-to KBs here.