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Hi, I’m on Windows 10 and I noticed it in the C# client to our vCenter server 6.0.  The work around for me is use the vSphere web client.  My mouse doesn’t work in the C# client either… I think its vmware’s way of telling me to get used to the web client.

 

My laptop has the same issue with searching in the C# client, but not the mouse issue. 

 

Both get “Login to the query service failed.  The server could not interpret the communication from the client. (The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error.).

 

Judging by VMwares long term goal to give the C# client the axe, I doubt it will be fixed.  They will likely just tell you to use the web client.

 

Not sure if this is due to the new SchSendAuxRecord in .net but I don’t think this is a .net program.  If it is, you can opt out of the new .net security update in the registry.  This fixed our voip phone system client after a bunch of the new windows updates.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3155464

 

Disable SCH_SEND_AUX_RECORD structure for individual applications

For all applications, add the following registry subkey:

Registry location:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoft.NETFramework\System.Net.ServicePointManager.SchSendAuxRecord

 

DWORD name: Fully qualified path for the application .exe (for example, C:MyAppMyApp.exe)
Value data: 0

 

Note The <version_number> placeholder is either v4.0.30319 or v2.0.50727, depending on the version.

 

For 32-bit applications that run on 64-bit computers, also add the following registry subkey:

Registry location:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareWow6432NodeMicrosoft.NETFramework\System.Net.ServicePointManager.SchSendAuxRecord

 

DWORD name: Fully qualified path for the application .exe (for example, C:MyAppMyApp.exe)
Value data: 0 (The only valid value is 0. Any other value will be ignored.)

 

Note The <version_number> placeholder is either v4.0.30319 or v2.0.50727, depending on the version.



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