Have you seen a UiPath infrastructure with high-density setup (multiple user sessions can run concurrently on the same server) that was connected to VMware and you were able to check the screen of each individual sessions via vSphere?
Is VMware able to do that?
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I don’t think it is possible for vSphere to see/display the desktop screen of each Robot. When using a High-Density setup, every Robot will create a Windows Desktop session using RDP when executing a job. In my experience with VMware vSphere, you can only view the Console session of the VM but Robots in an HD setup does not use the Console session.
Thank you, that’s what I was afraid of.
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