Hi Mike! Can you please further specify what you exactly need?
Anyway, we have no plans making Royal TS/X a replacement for the current vSphere Clients, like Web Client or the new HTML5 Client. Therefor we won't implement the functionality editing VM configurations to change the network of a virtual machine anytime soon. But you have the possibility integrating the HTML5 Client with a WebPage Connection in your Royal TS/X client.
Hi, Thanks for your help.... I've managed to get it to speak tho the VMware server however when I try to connect to any of the hosts in adhoc mode I get an error.
How do I get it to open the HTML5 or Web client?
What exact error are you getting? Can you see any logs in the "View -> Logs" viewer of Royal TS?
- If you're trying to open any VM console and are using the VMware ESXi Free Hypervisor, the issue may be caused as the free ESXi has a limited API and is not allowing to get the required VM console tokens to open the remote connection.
- If you're you're trying to connect SSH, this fails by default as SSH is disabled by default.
Of course you can also open a case at us by dropping a mail to support [at] royalapplications.com, if you don't want to have your logs/screenshots public.
Hope this helps!