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VMware Horizon troubleshooting

Often in my engagements with Customers I will be asked how they can troubleshoot a Horizon VDI infrastructure and where they several logfiles will be find. Event database First of all, I recommend to install an Event database based on Microsoft SQL Server and integrate it in the VMware Horizon Connection Server. Please use a full SQL Server version not an express one! With that in mind you can track several events from the events tab in the Connection Server like logon User, time of the ...
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Workspace ONE SaaS SLA, IPs, Service status

In my last role as an Solution / Sales Engineer I was often asked about where can I find as a customer information regarding which IP ranges I have to enable or allow at my firewall, do you have some information regarding SLAs for the services or where can we check if there was an service issue with some of the Workspace ONE services? But maybe you search for things like which certifications are available for which VMware products. Here you go: IP ranges Workspace ONE Access ...
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Workspace ONE Access Connector support

VMware has recently end up the support for the Workspace ONE Access connector in the versions 19.0.3 and 19.0.3.1. Why is that important for the customers? If you as a customer has implemented that version of Workspace ONE Access connector but additionally use Horizon for your VDI Infrastructure and it doesn´t matter if it is the pure virtual desktop infrastructure with full blown desktops or only published application or published desktops. If so, the end of support meant for you, you ...
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vCenter Service don´t start, vCenter Service startet nicht

Probleme: „vCenter Server Service startet nicht“ / vCenter Datenbank wächst massiv an Error Message „Could not allocate space for object 'dbo.VPX_EVENT'.'VPXI_EVENT_USERNAME' in database 'VCDB' because the 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full. Create disk space by deleting unneeded files, dropping objects in the filegroup, adding additional files to the filegroup, or setting autogrowth on for existing files in the filegroup.“   Was ist passiert? Die VMware vCenter Datenbank ...
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