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Horizon 7.12 + RHEL 8 - auth problems - network manager vpn

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Hi,

 

I have a RHEL 8 VM, i'm not using SSO, i login to the VM successfully using horizon client,  then i get the GDM login screen, i login to my user without any problems.

 

Then after being on my session, i can't for example start a VPN connection that i defined when i installed the VM:

 

Nov 12 10:49:01 z85101-vm-rhel NetworkManager[3591962]: <info> [1605174541.5264] audit: op="connection-activate" uuid="deeafad8-b0a1-471d-b5d2-2af40f3e19c9" name="MYVPN" pid=3593732 uid=1001 result="success"
Nov 12 10:49:01 z85101-vm-rhel NetworkManager[3591962]: <info> [1605174541.5526] vpn-connection[0x55e60e5de730,deeafad8-b0a1-471d-b5d2-2af40f3e19c9,"MYVPN",0]: Started the VPN service, PID 3610309
Nov 12 10:49:01 z85101-vm-rhel NetworkManager[3591962]: <info> [1605174541.5830] vpn-connection[0x55e60e5de730,deeafad8-b0a1-471d-b5d2-2af40f3e19c9,"MYVPN",0]: Saw the service appear; activating connection
Nov 12 10:49:02 z85101-vm-rhel dbus-run-session[3593582]: dbus-daemon[3593583]: [session uid=1001 pid=3593583] Activating service name='org.freedesktop.secrets' requested by ':1.15' (uid=1001 pid=3593732 comm="/usr/bin/gnome-shell ")
Nov 12 10:49:02 z85101-vm-rhel dbus-run-session[3593582]: gnome-keyring-daemon: insufficient process capabilities, insecure memory might get used
Nov 12 10:49:02 z85101-vm-rhel gnome-keyring-daemon[3593563]: The Secret Service was already initialized
Nov 12 10:49:02 z85101-vm-rhel dbus-run-session[3593582]: SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/run/user/1001/keyring/ssh

Nov 12 10:49:52 z85101-vm-rhel NetworkManager[3591962]: <error> [1605174592.0990] vpn-connection[0x55e60e5de730,deeafad8-b0a1-471d-b5d2-2af40f3e19c9,"MYVPN",0]: Failed to request VPN secrets #3: No agents were available for this request.
Nov 12 10:49:52 z85101-vm-rhel NetworkManager[3591962]: <info> [1605174592.1088] vpn-connection[0x55e60e5de730,deeafad8-b0a1-471d-b5d2-2af40f3e19c9,"MYVPN",0]: VPN service disappeared

 

Seems that when i'm on my user session via horizon view it can't access the gnome keyring where the secrets are stored.

 

If i logout from the horizon view client session and then connect directly to the VM console and login there to my user i can open the VPN connection without problem.

 

Anyone has any idea what the problem might be?

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I was able to fix the issue by killing the gnome-keyring-daemon processes and starting it again after logging in to the desktop session.

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I was able to fix the issue by killing the gnome-keyring-daemon processes and starting it again after logging in to the desktop session.

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