My Samsung NC-240 is set to connect to my VMware View Connection Manager server. I can connect to any of my WinXP virtual desktop via PCoIP or RDP just fine, but I cannot connect to my Windows 7 virtual desktop. Each time I try to connect, it will error out and say "Session Lost!"
Looking at the NC-240 Event Log, I see the following:
11d,00:01:09.260> Ready to connect with host
11d,00:01:21.990> Connecting with host (10.3.70.110, 00-00-00-00-00-00)
11d,00:01:22.020> Using resolution 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz on DVI port 0
11d,00:01:22.150> CONNECTED (10.3.70.110, 00-00-00-00-00-00)
11d,00:01:22.160> Setting host power state to: S0
11d,00:01:22.960> SESSION ACTIVE
11d,00:01:23.600> (MGMT_RDP): Invalid capability length (20)
11d,00:01:23.600> Connection dropped (detected RDP protocol error)
11d,00:01:23.680> Session lost!
11d,00:01:23.680> (MGMT_RDP): INIT: Received unrecognized event 0x20!
Here is the current version info of my NC-240:
Firmware Part Number: FW010034
Firmware Version: 3.0
Firmware Build ID: v250
Firmware Build Date: Dec 7 2009 15:55:15
PCoIP Processor Revision: 1.0
Bootloader Version: 2.1
Bootloader Build ID: v163
Bootloader Build Date: Aug 28 2008 16:56:13
Here is the current version info of my VMware View VCM and Agent:
VMware View 4.0.0-210939
I appreciate any input.
Hi, did you manage to resolve this? Exactly the same issue here on the 190 and 240 models when trying to RDP to a Win7 image. Works fine on XP and Vista. Not good when trying to demo it to a client!
No I haven't. Do you know where I can obtain it from? Samsung's website only shows a Windows driver. No firmware
Excellent - thanks! Notice in the release notes Windows 7 support added in 3.1
Just uploaded PCoIP Zero Client firmware 3.1.1, downloaded from Wyse P20 support page to my NC240, here are the results:
RDP connection to Windows 7 VM works!
PCoIP connection to Windows 7 does NOT work (anymore). It used to work with firmware 3.0, but only after the screen flickers several times, then the screen will stabilize.
Multi-monitor display does NOT work with RDP or PCoIP. I have a second 22" monitor connected to the NC240 DVI-in port. I am able to get dual display on XP VM via PCoIP.
Has anyone gotten multi-display to work with Windows 7 VM on the NC240?