So Horizon 7 introduces new security feature that checks origin URL, thus impacting some load balance connections.
VMware Windows Client - ok
Zero client tera1/tera2 - ok
Firefox Web Client - ok
Internet Explorer Web Client - ok
Google Chrome - not working, admin page - administrators (you received empty page), regular web client - users (you received error and "Failed to connect to the Connection Server.")
Apple Safari - not working, same as Google Chrome
Security feature can be turn off, for more info follow link below (must be done on all brokers, even security to be effective)
* This new "security" feature seems broken
* Very odd that in my case, only chrome/safari seems to be "working" correctly, was these the only browsers tested lol
* Like many "new" features implemented by VMware and other major software providers, they don't get it right the first time, I think these "new" features should always be optional, gives you time to fix things and you have less angry customers/support requests
I see this time and time again, just to see it being optional on the next release because of all the backlash, one being agent usb redirection for example.
I think this feature would be great, if regular web clients were ok, while affecting only admin page, does add a bit more security specially if the customer doesn't use security servers.
IT is fun.
I have noticed that Firefox is a lot more forgiving and will connect with Chrome and Safari will not.
All browsers are tested.
Origin checking was added for Horizon 7 to further improve security. RFC 6454 Origin Checking protects against cross-site request forging and is now enabled by default.
Configure locked.properties as described here.