Configuring VMware View on Your Computer
The download for the VMware View Connection Server is 439 MB for 32-bit systems and 446 MB for 64 bit systems; you may also want to download the VMware View Agent which is available in Windows and Mac versions.
In order to use the VMware View Connection Server, you must have Windows Server 2008 (or Server 2003) installed, with the vSphere 4.1 environment (vCenter Server, ESX Server) fully configured.
Further requirements are that your server must not have Terminal Server role configured, and it should be joined to an Active Directory domain.
In addition, the server must have a static IP address rather one that is dynamically assigned and you will need to be logged in with an account that has Administrator privileges.
To proceed with installation, run the downloaded installer, accept the license details, agree or alter the default installation folder, select the server type to install (View Standard Server should be fine to begin with) accept the Microsoft agreement and after installation click Finish to end the installation wizard.
Using the account with domain administrator privileges, login to the VMware View Administrator console and add the license key in the Edit License field. The VMware View Administrator will connect with the vSphere environment, enabling you to configure any existing virtual machines and make them available for access via VMware View.