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I changed the proxy.xml in the section / also with the setting httpAndHttps, restart the "Virtual Center" service, and now all work fine.Thank you very much Ian,CheersRoberto 1355-279155-1518774 Back to top So it looks like some sort of roll-back is being done. Request unsuccessful. The pooled desktops appear to be created on VMware (we wateched then clone), but they are immediately deleted.6. http://netfiscal.com/failed-to/failed-to-create-snk-unable-to-format-error-message.html

If you are using http then you will need to follow the instructions that Ian posted. This may have been the full length of the server execution or the extra time taken for the scheduler to respond to the wait handle.14/02/11 19:22:29.6368 : DesktopStudio: [6] Scheduler: The I am able to user static, preconfigured vm's hosted on vmware without issue. also check your master image is powered off when you are creating machine using MCS 1348-309596-1668384 Back to top Andrew Gee Members #11 Andrew Gee 5 posts Posted 27 August 2012

XenDesktop connects to vCenter using a specific domain account granted all of the permissions outlined in Citrix documentation. Please look at the instructions below (particularily the part about setting "httpAndHttps" on both the '/' and the '/SDK' server namesapces and try again.It is strongly recommended that you use HTTPS You could escalate to our support organisation for a fix. I changed the proxy.xml file but I have againt the same problem.Any other suggestion?Thanks 1355-279155-1518755 Back to top Guest Members #4 Guest 8 posts Posted 21 December 2010 - 11:50 AM

August 13, 2013 at 3:43 PM Anonymous said... its automatically deleting the machine after creating. Within the ‘passive' Nutanix cluster I removed the old container and created the new container (Did I mentioned it took me about 5 minutes to do that?) and after that I Would prefer not to change this.4.

vCenter is configured for HTTP (NOT HTTPS access). What exectly does he mean by the "/" section? Cancel Using PowerCLI to create new role and assign servi...

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Your file does have a / section as without it vcenter won't work. https://lalmohan.co.nz/2014/01/15/unable-to-provision-vms-via-citrix-mcs-invalid-configuration-for-device-10/ I'll make sure this is raised internally so that we get it fixed in a future release.Regards,Mark. 1348-309596-1657200 Back to top bhaskar rao Members #8 bhaskar rao 177 posts Posted 10 we have renamed our datacenter by removing '&' symbol. November 13, 2014 at 11:59 AM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Terence Luk Search My Blog Loading...

This has also been tried with a full admin account.5. http://netfiscal.com/failed-to/error-unable-to-allow-access-for-disk-path.html Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Seeing how I've been doing XenDesktop deployments quite frequently, I thought it would be a good idea to blog the permission settings so I have something to reference to in the Unable to send instant messages or view presence i...

When i try create VM using MCS it fails at Preparing VM with unable to upload disk error. Incapsula incident ID: 108001310249238728-1120845593630738489 Request unsuccessful. Starting Google Earth on Citrix XenDesktop 5.6 vir... weblink Configuring vCenter role permissions for VMware vS...

Search or use up and down arrow keys to select an item. Any chance to set the permissions for the service account in Vsphere not on Datacenter but on folder level?In order to have a limited view containing the servers relevant for the Unable to create a VM in the Xendesktop Started by Alexandre BAZZET , 02 July 2012 - 05:36 AM Login to Reply 13 replies to this topic Alexandre BAZZET Members #1

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XenDesktop 5 is running on Windows 2008 R2, 64bit2. The certificate is imported from the Vcenter server, although we don't use HTTPS. Added the Cert and edited the proxy.xml file. This was remedied by changing the host name in the host configuration from Netbios to FQDN- After that the change, the storage was found and the Unable to upload disk problem

Instead of pushing out desktops the XenDesktop console threw me an error: ‘Unable to upload disk'. Showing recent items. Permissions required for Citrix XenDesktop 5.6 and... check over here Attached Files screenshot1.zip 154.92K 5 downloads 1355-279155-1541422 Back to top Edson Mafra Members #20 Edson Mafra 7 posts Posted 18 April 2011 - 08:49 PM I'm running XenDesktop5 on 2008R2 64bit,

Failed to Create Virtual Machine (Pooled) Started by Tim Jobin , 20 December 2010 - 08:46 PM Login to Reply Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 48 replies to The (domain)account on Vcenter has the Administrator Role, top-down from the datacenter level.

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