If you join the customer experience improvement program, VMware collects global data about the View environment. Fields containing sensitive information are made anonymous.

Table 1. Information About Global Configuration Settings
Description Is This Field Made Anonymous? Example Value
Maximum lifespan, in seconds, for a View Connection Server session No 180,000
Amount of time, in seconds, before the View Connection Server forcibly disconnects users if no data is sent from the client No 36,000
Amount of time in seconds, that a user can be idle before View Connection Server locks the user's single sign-on (SSO) credentials No 900
Amount of time, in minutes, before SSO credentials are cleared for desktop launches No -1 (which means never)
Amount of time, in minutes, before SSO credentials are cleared for application launches No -1 (which means never)
View Administrator console session timeout, in seconds No 3,000
Show a pre-login message when users connect to View Connection Server instances in this pod No 0 or 1
Remote desktop can run a server operating system No True or false
Mirage server is enabled No True or false
URL of the Mirage server, including port number Yes None
Is True SSO enabled? Yes None
Is there a primary enrollment server configured for True SSO? Yes None
Is there a secondary enrollment server configured for True SSO? Yes None
Table 2. Global Status Information
Description Is This Field Made Anonymous? Example Value
View servers can contact the domain controller. No True or false
The DNS of the Active Directory domain Yes None
The domain is an NT4-style domain. No True or false
The name of the domain Yes None
The status of the domain No OK
The type of trust relationship with the domain No Primary domain, two-way, two-way forest, and so on