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I have a issue with HP Thin client 520, Thin client connect through RDP to VMWare Server, but the thin clients lost the connection. My VMs are 12 and the server is Windows 2012 Server, 128 GB Memory and 2TB HDD. The images below show the properties connection and the error when Thin Client try to connect. Could someone help me?

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Hello,

 

It seems like there an issue with the connection type.

 

Kindly refer to the below document and check the configuration details of all the connection types available on this unit.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04778905

 

 

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My thin client(12) connect to (12)VMs in a VmWare Server, the VMs running Win 7x64, through RDP,thin client have an  RDP configuration  IP and Network Configuration another IP in same range. I have 12 Thin client connected to VMs, but one of these Thin client cannot connect to the VMs if this Thin client connect to the VMs another Thin Client are disconnected. attach images with error description.

 

 

 

 

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