Monitor unlimited number of servers
Filter log events
Create email and web-based reports

Direct access to Microsoft articles
Customized keywords for major search engines
Access to premium content

Event ID: 104 Source: VMwareView

(SESSION:8AF5DBE135AB7B06D9F9016B0DD7D3F4;FAEE69698A80729EE77588CBA85287BB) Could not determine if user account (jdoe) is valid for logon from AD, assuming disabled.
The EV100243 (Problem starting session after 4.5 upgrade) support forum thread, discusses a situation when this event occurred after an upgrade of VMWare View in an Active Directory environment emulated with Novell DSfW.

The suggested workaround was as follows:
In Novell ConsoleOne edit user properties of AD account. Add "logonHours" attribute in the "Other" tab. Modify value to "FF" and Apply changes. Dialog appears about a value changing on another page. Click OK. Was able to login to VMW View and connection to desktop without any problems. Did the same for other users in test environment. Might be an issue if have a bunch of Netware users to modify to get this to work but still doable. Hopefully something will be fixed so we don't have to modify anything, especially if it worked flawless in VMWV 4.0.

Windows Event Log Analysis Splunk App

Build a great reporting interface using Splunk, one of the leaders in the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) field, linking the collected Windows events to



Cisco ASA Log Analyzer Splunk App

Obtain enhanced visibility into Cisco ASA firewall logs using the free Firegen for Cisco ASA Splunk App. Take advantage of dashboards built to optimize the threat analysis process.