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Scot Curry | 16 Mar 2011 | 0 comments

I was working with Symantec Workspace Corporate today on a Windows 2008 R2 Server.  Everything was working fine when I was attempting to use the agent from the SWC Server (I was doing some SSO work).  As soon as I went to access the server from a client machine, I was getting a Session Denied message.  I had added the Domain Users to the "Allow log on through Remote Desktop Services" policy, it still wasn't working.  One additional step was required.

Go to Control Panel -> System and Security -> System, and you will see a link for Allow Remote Access.  You have to configure this as well.  On the remote tab, there is a button to Select Users.  Add the users here and all is well.  This is probably documented in our Guide, but if you found this post, you probably like me didn't read the guide.

Hope this helps someone in the future.

bduckering | 27 Jan 2011 | 1 comment

I often ask my IT audiences when I speak at events "What is our purpose?" In other words, why do IT people do what they do and get paid for it? The answer is simpler than most people try to make it. Our primary purpose is to support end-user productivity. If we fail at that, then nothing else we do would be of any value and we would be out of jobs. I will admit there is a secondary category that is protecting confidential data (another thing Symantec is really good at). But that would also be moot if there was nothing of value worth protecting.

So what do users need to be productive, and how do we make sure that they have it? I mentioned in the last blog that "the desktop (virtual or otherwise) is the work environment, not the work itself." Think of the desktop as an office you enter to do your work. You want a comfortable chair, good lighting etc., but if you...

erikw | 15 Jan 2011 | 0 comments

Feb 1st a new version of VME (Virtual Memory Extender) will be released.
The new version is available in 4, 8, 16, 32 and 64 GB.
With VME you can run your desktops, servers and Virtual machines with up to 64 GB of virtual memory without adding fysical memory modules.
This is very helpfull if your desktop or server does not support more memory modules or your operating system does not support more then 3 GB of memory.

Experience the power of your desktop, laptop or server running up to 64 GB of memory besides the fysical memory added.

If your server has 32 GB of memory, the VME installed in your virtual servers allows you to use more memory then your fysical host contains allowing to run double the density of vm's per host.

VME contains a subset of routines to make your desktops faster running Symantec Virtualised Applications. The specific VSA controls make your virtualised applications run up to twice as fast as usual.

Want to know...

ohzone - CherylPeterson | 28 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

You've searched the Forums looking for discussions that might answer the issues that plague you. Here is a list of the most visited forum discussions over the past year, maybe there's one here that you've overlooked...

25 Most Viewed Forum Discussions for 2010

  1. High CPU usage
  2. vShield Endpoint - Agentless AV
  3. SWV and Microsoft Security Essentials
  4. New SWV version available (6.3.2046) and already a very big bug
  5. Photoshop CS5 VSA problem
  6. Cannot capture...
ohzone - CherylPeterson | 27 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

We aren't Neflix but we have some informative videos you may find helpful. Here is a list of the 25 24 (it's true, the report only returned 24!) videos that have received the most page views in 2010.

25 24 Most Viewed Videos for 2010

  1. Getting Started with Wise Virtual Composer
  2. Run Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 on the Same Machine at the Same Time
  3. Workspace Streaming 6.1 Evaluator's Video
  4. Browser Selection Object in Action
  5. Batch Convert VSA to XPF using the VSAtoXPF Tool
  6. ...
ohzone - CherylPeterson | 27 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

You may have been searching for some of these nifty little scripts and helpful little tools yourself. Here are the most view downloads for the past year. I hope you are finding these posts interesting!

25 Most Viewed Downloads for 2010

  1. Exe-To-Msi
  2. Symantec Workspace Virtualization Layer Definition Tool
  3. Mozilla Firefox 3.x Virtual Software Packages (US, NL, DE) (updated)
  4. Internet Explorer 6 for Windows 7 Layer Definition File - Japanese
  5. Internet Explorer 6 for...
ohzone - CherylPeterson | 23 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

It's always interesting to see what other people are reading. Here's a chance to do that without looking over anyone's shoulder - so much less annoying that way. The most viewed blog posts in the past year.

25 Most Viewed Blogs for 2010

  1. Windows Installer Cleanup Utility Replaced
  2. c:\Windows\System32 Files Explained
  3. How to Get SVS or SWV ? Where to Download SVS 2.1, and SWV 6.1 !
  4. Office 2010 and SWV BCSSync.exe - Unable to Locate Component Error Thrown When Layer Activated
  5. ...
Scot Curry | 30 Nov 2010 | 0 comments

I have been working on a interesting issue with our team in China.  Everything seems to be working with the execption of couple of user logins.  To help our team figure this out, we had to turn on debugging.  I wanted to post the steps to turn on the logging function.

You will need to add two registry keys to enable logging.  The keys will vary based on whether you are using version 6.1 or 6.2

[6.2 Registry Keys]

HKLM\Software\Symantec\Workspace Remote

DWORD DebugFlags with a value of 1

String LogDir with a value of "C:\Debug" or any other valid path

 

[6.1 Registry Keys]

HKLM\Software\Symantec\Workspace Remote\SWC

DWORD DebugFlags with a value of 1

String LogDir with a value of "C:\Debug" or any other valid path

 

You should create the path specified in the LogDir key.  You will also need to reboot the machine to start the logging function.

ohzone - CherylPeterson | 17 Nov 2010 | 4 comments

Now you can follow your favorite Connect author! Does someone write articles, or create downloads that you find most helpful? You don't want to miss a word and now you can subscribe to that author and receive a notification when new content is published by that person - regardless of the subject or community.

Here's how:

Find a current post by your favorite author and click on "Subscriptions" at the end of the post.
Check the box next to the author's name and click "update"

That's it, you're done!

ohzone - CherylPeterson | 27 Oct 2010 | 0 comments

The Enpoint Virtualization community is relaunching its Ideas section!

We know you have great ideas to share with us - we've seen the list already posted and we want you to know we're listening. Irfan Ali, a member of our SWV product team, will be combing through your ideas and working directly with Product Management to provide feedback on those suggestions. Best of all, your new submissions may also be rewarded. Keep posting your great ideas for improving a great product!