Multimedia / Flash Redirection

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  • #6057
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    Hi,

    We have depoloyed V10L terminals and have the TCX Suite installed on our XP VDI desktops. We also have the VMWare View agent installed. I am not convinced that the MMR is working correctly. Firstly, should I be able to telnet to the Wyse Terminal on port 9427? As far as I understand the client recieves the redirection on port 9427. I have installed the license key using the WNOS.ini file and can see the key when looking at the TCX License on the terminal.

    Secondly, I understand that if both the VMWare View agent and the TCX Suite have been installed on the XP VDI the TCX Suite will be disabled and that the View Agent is used. Is this correct?

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    Ben

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    I had the same problem. I reinstalled VMWare Agent with MMR disabled, then installed TCX (when VMWare MMR is installed TCX doesn’t allow to install its MMR) and started working. You can watch MMR session start in the terminal log window.

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    Thanks for your reply.

    I’ll give that a go. I’ve also noticed that the VMWare tools has Wyse MMR redirection options which can be enabled.

    Also, are you able to telnet to the ports used by the Wyse terminal for MMR? I’ve read from other posts that you should see in the system log fot the terminal when starting up that the license key for MMR is applied with a duration until it expires. I dont see that in my terminals. Is this still supposed to come up?

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    I’ve never telnet to TCX ports though it makes sense -sometimes firewall closes them.As for the license – this is true for previous TCX versions when you had to have liceses either on terminal or in the wnos.ini. TCX Suite 4 has them on the VM(TS) so I can’t see “TCX…key.. valid..” in the logs now. But all other messages are still there.

    #18722
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    Thanks for your reply.

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    Which version of TCX have you installed?
    TCX Suite 4 needs a locally inserted license key. Only the old version did need the license key on the WTOS device.
    Generally, if you have installed VMware View agent, then TCX MMR is already there. With WTOS 6.5 you will then need a license key on the WTOS device again. This will be eliminated with WTOS 7 AFAIK.

    CG

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