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Hello Muthu, did you install FreeRDP-WebConnect on the compute-node?(if yes, the host can be localhost, but it's not indicated). I suppose there is a problem with your openstack controller, as it should return you the proper compute-node ip. Could you enter inside Event Viewer inside the compute-node, under Application, search for source: wsgate and you should have a list of Information level entries. There are some specific ones to look for:

RDP Port:               '2179'
RDP Pcb:               '4F325E7A-7909-4537-8A5D-D85F150B6890'
RDP Host:              'some ip'


Those should coincide with the info related to the particular VM you're trying to view. Also, can you show the wsgate.ini file(remove the admin password) inside

C:\Program Files\Cloudbase Solutions\FreeRDP-WebConnect\etc\wsgate.ini

Hello Muthu, did you install FreeRDP-WebConnect on the compute-node?(if yes, the host can be localhost, but it's not indicated). I suppose there is a problem with your openstack controller, as it should return you the proper compute-node ip. Could you enter inside Event Viewer inside the compute-node, under Application, search for source: wsgate and you should have a list of Information level entries. There are some specific ones to look for:

RDP Port:               '2179'
RDP Pcb:               '4F325E7A-7909-4537-8A5D-D85F150B6890'
RDP Host:              'some ip'


Those should coincide with the info related to the particular VM you're trying to view. Also, can you show the wsgate.ini file(remove the admin password) inside

C:\Program Files\Cloudbase Solutions\FreeRDP-WebConnect\etc\wsgate.ini

Hello Muthu, did you install FreeRDP-WebConnect on the compute-node?(if yes, the host can be localhost, but it's not indicated). I suppose there is a problem with your openstack controller, as it should return you the proper compute-node ip. Could you enter inside Event Viewer inside the compute-node, under Application, search for source: wsgate and you should have a list of Information level entries. There are some specific ones to look for:

RDP Port:              '2179'