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Windows 7 in Vmware View 5 : SSO and Novell LDAP context

Hello,


We are working on VDI platform. More precisely on Vmware vCenter 5 and View 5 Premier.

The linked clones are generated with Windows 7 (64 bits), Novell client 2 sp2, with Vmware tools and View agent.

I read this document Support | Passive Mode on Novell Client for Windows Vista in order to plan the SSO from the View Client. It works, but only with one LDAP context (in the Novell login box, the user context must be the OU where the user is, eDirectory being contextful). Unfortunately , people from others LDAP contexts have to specify their own context when they want to use a VM.

May you have any idea in order to solve this problem ?

Thank you

Gerard
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Re: Windows 7 in Vmware View 5 : SSO and Novell LDAP context

On 15.06.2012 18:56, Gerardcar wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I read this document 'Support | Passive Mode on Novell Client for
> Windows Vista' (http://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7004709) in
> order to plan the SSO from the View Client. It works, but only with one
> LDAP context (in the Novell login box, the user context must be the OU
> where the user is, eDirectory being contextful). Unfortunately , people
> from others LDAP contexts have to specify their own context when they
> want to use a VM.


Contextless login works with this.


sk

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