Jan 16, 2015

Is there any way to increase the session audit report to something greater than 1 month? Our environment is used mostly for academics and it would be beneficial to see the concurrent usage over a 3 - 6 month period.

Great too btw, I think our VDI Desktop admins will find it most useful.

-Steve

Jan 17, 2015

We will consider that in next version :)

Jan 16, 2015

Thank you for such a great tool, I have used the old versions in the past and am looking forward to trying the new ones. One thing I am stuck on is once I run the batch file, I get this:
The tomcat8.exe was not found...
The CATALINA_HOME environment variable is not defined correctly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Jan 17, 2015

Please make sure that you run "service install" in the correct folder. Try some folder without empty space.
That is a standard Tomcat 8 server, you can find help from official Apache Tomcat web site.
I am glad to help. Send email to steng@vmware.com

Jan 21, 2015

great tool Shengbo, got the Catalina_home fixed by moving the extracted files up one level, can see how useful this will be for clients especially the remote assistance functionality that many have been waiting for.

Jan 16, 2015

Do you need to install this on the connection server or can you use a non VMware horizon View server?

Jan 17, 2015

Should be in a view connection server.

Jan 12, 2015

I am noticing that the Concurrent sessions graph is way off from the current sessions table. as an example we have a pool that currently has 172 active sessions, but the graph only says that there are 14 concurrent sessions. Is there something I need to setup or adjust?

Jan 29, 2015

A new bug has been fixed that concurrent sessions auditing was not accurate.
Please uninstall the previous version before you install this new version.
Steps for uninstall:
1, Open "cmd.exe(Command Prompt)", "cd Horizon Toolbox1.5\bin" folder,
2, Execute "service remove".

Jan 12, 2015

"Current sessions" include both connected sessions and disconnected sessions.
While, "historical concurrent sessions" only include connected sessions.
There is a configuration "Automatically logoff after disconnect", and if you set "never", then your server may contain a lot of "disconnected" sessions.
That may be the reason.
If you think there is a bug, can you please send an email to steng@vmware.com with your pool's configurations and your toolbox log file([installation folder]\webapps\toolbox\*.log)? Thanks.