Actually i am trying to implement Horizon View in my Home Lab. I have the connection servers, the security servers and all that you need to deploy it. But what i can see is that in the VMware documentation says that Virtual Printing is not supported.
For me that is not an option because later i have to implement that for my enterprise.
So anyone here knows how to enable by myself the virtual printing on openSUSE?
On Thu, 07 Jan 2016 13:26:01 +0000, Alegrele wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I’m going to tell my problem:
> Actually i am trying to implement Horizon View in my Home Lab. I have
> the connection servers, the security servers and all that you need to
> deploy it. But what i can see is that in the VMware documentation says
> that Virtual Printing is not supported.
> For me that is not an option because later i have to implement that for
> my enterprise.
> So anyone here knows how to enable by myself the virtual printing on
> Thanks you very much for your time.
Can you define what you mean by “virtual printing”?
Horizon View on Linux is a new one for me, the last time I looked at this last year it was available only on Windows.
I see that an official Linux client is now available, but as usual for anything brand new, there <may> be bugs that still need to be resolved (I don’t know if there was a version earlier than the current which was released 9/2015).
Based on a general search,
I don’t see that there should be anything particularly unique setting up printing in the Linux Horizon View client… but any problems may just not be reported yet. You might find more posts specific to this very new software in VMware community forums instead.
So, I guess the question might be where you might have heard or read that Horizon View Virtual Printing is not supported? See the link I reference below. Although it’s supposedly for a Windows OS, it mentions that you need to install the Virtual Printing component. Then, I assume that you should be able to set up using CUPS to do the steps quoted for setting up printing in Windows’ “Printers and Faxes.”