I have setup an ESXi server on one machine. Let's call this "datacenter". I have vSphere/vCloud/View Composer running on 2nd server (let's call this "admin-server"). And thirdly I have View Manager running on a virtual machine based Windows Server 2003 (domain enabled). Let's call this "view-server".
I can deploy the VM's on my datacenter via my admin server, but these VM's doesn't have public IP address? Do they need one for View manager based desktop deployment or NAT based configuration would be fine?? Can a remote user still access this VM via View Client (although of course with in the VM, there would only be local access?). Could this sort of configuration work?
You could make this work but its not recomended, and you would have to NAT every VM so that the client can connect, a better solution is that the Client uses a VPN solution to a subnet that has access to the VM`s