View Connection Server acts as a broker for client connections by authenticating and then directing incoming user requests to the appropriate remote desktops and applications. View Connection Server has specific hardware, operating system, installation, and supporting software requirements.

You must install all View Connection Server installation types, including standard, replica, security server, and enrollment server installations, on a dedicated physical or virtual machine that meets specific hardware requirements.

You must install View Connection Server on a supported Windows Server operating system.

View Connection Server requires certain versions of VMware virtualization software.

When installing replicated View Connection Server instances, you must usually configure the instances in the same physical location and connect them over a high-performance LAN. Otherwise, latency issues could cause the View LDAP configurations on View Connection Server instances to become inconsistent. A user could be denied access when connecting to a View Connection Server instance with an out-of-date configuration.