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I am having trouble deploying ESET Endpoint Security in my VMware View environment.  I am unable to connect to the virtual PC via the VMware Horizon Client with ESET Firewall turned on.  If I turn off the firewall I can connect fine.  If anybody has experience with this and have a policy set up to allow VMware View to work, I would really appreciate knowing what settings you have changed to make it work.  OR... if someone can point me in the right direction to a log to show what port or rule is blocking the connection that would be helpful too.

 

Thanks in advance,

   STeve

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This worked for me.  You may want to tweak the 'both' for communication direction...but this is a start at least.

 

View - USB, Multimedia Redirection              TCP    Any Profile     Allow     Both   Port:  32111,9427

View - PCoIP                                      TCP& UDP    Any Profile     Allow     Both   Port:  4172

View - Agent reporting                                  TCP    Any Profile     Allow     Both   Port:  4001

 

You may need to add 3389 to allow RDP if you're using that instead of PCoIP.

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