The basic fundamentals of securing a VMware View environment involve only allowing the specific ports and protocols absolutely necessary for a functioning VDI. In addition, it also involves the use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) (as opposed to unencrypted traffic over port 80) when available. In addition, requiring the use of PCoIP, as opposed to also allowing RDP connections, can further increase security in the environment.
Within a given VDI solution there are potentially several firewalls that come into effect. These firewalls include: