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Hello Everyone, I'm using horizon view 6.2 with grid k2 card. I want to use the PCoIP display of user shadow over vSphere console. thank you for your help
Hello Everyone,

I'm using horizon view 6.2 with grid k2 card. I want to use the PCoIP display of user shadow over vSphere console.

thank you for your help

#1
Posted 02/22/2016 11:21 AM   
Hi vol..., I think this is better suited to the vSPhere forums or to Teradici. The VM having a GPU attached and the NVIDIA bits aren't part of any session sharing capability which would be implemented by the protocol and/or VMware/Citrix stack. https://communities.vmware.com/welcome Do link to any thread you start as others may find this by google and we also want to know how you get on! Best wishes, Rachel
Hi vol...,

I think this is better suited to the vSPhere forums or to Teradici. The VM having a GPU attached and the NVIDIA bits aren't part of any session sharing capability which would be implemented by the protocol and/or VMware/Citrix stack. https://communities.vmware.com/welcome


Do link to any thread you start as others may find this by google and we also want to know how you get on!

Best wishes,
Rachel

#2
Posted 02/24/2016 03:34 PM   
Since PCoIP Shadowing uses the vSphere console, which is rendered unavailable for sessions with GPU's attached (Physical or Virtual) until VMware fix this, PCoIP shadowing is not an option.
Since PCoIP Shadowing uses the vSphere console, which is rendered unavailable for sessions with GPU's attached (Physical or Virtual) until VMware fix this, PCoIP shadowing is not an option.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#3
Posted 02/26/2016 11:59 PM   
I know this is old but to shadow a user you can install VNC on the image. This pulls the active PCOIP session of a user.
I know this is old but to shadow a user you can install VNC on the image. This pulls the active PCOIP session of a user.

#4
Posted 07/27/2016 11:57 AM   
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