miércoles, 30 de mayo de 2012 9:33
I am having problems with settings up VDI for our environment.
Let me start by explaining the need and our set-up. In our company we have 2 hyper-v servers which operate in a cluster. Because of the need for a domain for this cluster, we have installed a management.local domain for these 2 hyper-v servers and the domain controller.
Virtually we run our development network company.local and have all the virtual servers connected to this network.
Besides these 2 domains (management and company.local) we also have a classroom where we give training to companies who have bought our developed program. At the moment, there are 20 PC's with the connection to our program. On each PC we always do a check-up if everything is working and we want to simplify this process. We want that they just login to a terminalserver so we only need to check 1 environment and they just login to this environment.
I have been searching and found that this was possible with VDI on hyper-v (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PL6eCQaUn4)
I have set-up a new domain virtually (classroom.local) with a DC and Terminal Server. This terminal server needs to make connection to the physical hyper-v server which is located into the management domain. I have tried to add a RD Virtualization Host Server (hyperv01.management.local) on the TerminalServer (terminalserver.classroom.local), but I can't make contact with it. It give me the following error-message: "Unable to add the RD virtualization Host Server: hyperv01.management.local)
I have checked the logs and the only thing I can find is that DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer hyperv01 using any of the configured protocols
Maybe a domain trust should be in place to accomplish this?
I hope you can help me.
- Cambiado BrianEhMVP miércoles, 30 de mayo de 2012 14:54 (From:Hyper-V)