This error can be pesky as it is a bit misleading. In this post we’ll explore what it really means and how to handle it.
Among numerous enhancements and fixes, this patch also includes an update to OpenSSL 1.0.1g which resolves the widespread vulnerability known as the Heartbleed Bug.
Last night VMware quietly released a patched Windows and OSX Client for Horizon Workspace 1.5 and 1.8 bringing the client to version 1.8.1. This client release includes an updated OpenSSL 1.0.1g. Alongside the release is a KB with the remediation steps for the Client regarding the pesky CVE-2014-0160 vulnerability.
You can continue to track the VMware advisory for this vulnerability here: http://www.vmware.com/security/advisories/VMSA-2014-0004.html
Get the downloads from the VMware Product Page.
Horizon 6 is the latest big news from VMware and is all the buzz for EUC land. There are a number of new features and capabilities that make this a very exciting release - let’s take a look!
Whether you’re running Horizon Workspace 1.5 as a POC, or you restricted it to have internal access by design, admins who deployed Workspace without internet access can rejoice knowing that version 1.8 introduces a method for performing an “offline” upgrade. This option was not previously available when upgrading from 1.0 to 1.5.
The process includes setting up a local web server and using the updatelocal.hzn checkurl command against the web server.
When going through the upgrade guide, you may be wondering where you actually get the mentioned updaterepo.zip files. It’s not clearly stated, however, you will need to contact VMware GSS Support in order to obtain those update bits.
As you may have heard, Horizon Workspace 1.8 became GA yesterday. This release hasn’t been publicized too much but is a major improvement over the 1.5 release with many bug fixes.
Have you been wondering what’s compatible with Horizon View 5.3 only to find documentation on VMware’s website for View 5.2? There’s a reason for that…
Ever wished you could just deploy an OVA to setup your new View environment? Now you can! Thanks to Marilyn Basanta - a Solutions Management Engineer at VMware!