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Hi Guys,

I was wondering if anyone had created a GUI with an embedded Virtual Machine? For those that do not use Virtual Centre you can access Virtual Machines via Internet Explorer and the VM loads in the IE window.

I would imagine its possible using:

ObjCreate

GUICtrlCreateObj

Does anyone happen to have an example of how this could be done?

Thank you

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Any ideas anyone?

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Hi Sleepy,

Thanks for that, i did give that a go however the link Virtual Centre creates is not like i have seen before:

https://vc1/ui/?wsUrl=http://localhost:80/sdk&mo=VirtualMachine|vm-1346&inventory=none&tabs=hide_

When this loads i immeditately hit "Page cannot be displayed" if i refresh i can get to the "invalid certificate do you want to continue" message but then cannot get passed that screen i assume something to do with it being a Https site?

Any ideas?

Thanks

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There is a lot of embedding going on. You are trying to embed a link. And the link appears to be embedding another link. Notice the https and then a http?

Check out the following website that shows some instructions that look like it could create a simpler link. Perhaps that may help.

http://akutz.wordpress.com/2010/03/10/how-to-vsphere-client-to-vcenter-using-http/


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