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Security Patch Breaks VMware Users’ Windows Desktops

February 10th, 2011 02:02 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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jbrodkin writes “VMware is telling customers that two Windows 7 security patches have left VMware View users incapable of accessing their Windows desktops. Security updates issued on Patch Tuesday fixed Windows but broke the VMware View connection between users’ PCs and remotely hosted Windows 7 desktops. Users will have to upgrade VMware View or uninstall the Microsoft patches in order to regain access to their desktops.”

Source: Security Patch Breaks VMware Users’ Windows Desktops

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