varun_tbd
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Problem in installing VMware View Connection Server

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Hi,

As the first step to installing the VMware View Manager, I was trying to install the VMware View Connection Server on a Windows 2003 Server SP2 virtual machine. This machine is added in a domain under our Windows Active Directory. I can log into the machine using user accounts that reside on the active directory. My problem is that when I am trying to install the View Connection Server, I get an error message stating

"The computer is a member of a domain, but no logon servers were found. Please ensure that the computer is correctly joined in a domain and that a domain controller is available before attempting this installation again".

Considering that I can log in into the machine using accounts in the active directory, I am assuming that the computer is correctly joined in the domain. Also I have confirmed that there is a domain controller in the active directory. I have tried doing the installation using an account with admin privileges assigned through the active directory as well as a local administrator account. Could someone suggest where I could be going wrong?

Thanks in advance

Regards

Varun

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mittim12
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Have you validated that DNS and WINS are setup correctly on the Server you are trying to intall the Connection broker on?

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mittim12
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Have you validated that DNS and WINS are setup correctly on the Server you are trying to intall the Connection broker on?

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jbruelasdgo
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and remember that FQDN is a good practice

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linglong768
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hey,have you tried to use adminstrato account to log in to the server 2003?

varun_tbd
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hi

there was a dns problem which got solved on disconnecting and reconnecting the machine to the domain and restarting the machine. thanks to all of you for your replies.

regards

varun

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Brundlefly7
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Just ran into the same issue and located this post. Removing the machine from the domain and re-adding it back also solved this problem for me.

Thanks!

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