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thiwanka2036

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I have installed VMware Workstation on a Windows 7 64bit and running Kerio Control Software Appliance on a Virtual machine. I can't RDP to the Windows 7 64bit host machine(Which is vmware workstation installed) through VPN. Every time it freeze on welcome screen. However i can RDP to all other computers on my network through vpn just fine. Even to the virtual machines on vmware. Anyone having same problem? please help me this is a kind of big issue, in any case i can't shut down the host machine remotely. Sad Sad

[Updated on: Mon, 10 June 2013 06:32]

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ajamali

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is it freezing or taking much time to login??
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silars

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I'd highly consider the use of hypervisor vs. a host-based virtualization platform. There are some complications from doing so, since Workstation has to conform to the OS configuration too (virus software, firewalls, etc.)

In theory, it should work, but you could easily be fighting an OS configuration issue as much as a VM/Control issue.

Furthermore, it isn't quite as robust and requires more resources of the host to operate.

ESX 3.5 is free. As is the Infrastructure client to manage it.
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thiwanka2036

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I shared the Virtual virtual machine. Problem sorted.
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