After running a VM on my headless ubuntu 20.04 server, I am unable to establish a spice vga console connection on my windows workstation. Using the LXD tutorial that creates a Windows 11 VM, I have created an empty virtual machine, which is now running an iso image file.
Using the --console=vga command, I received a warning message that LXD relies on either remote-viewer or Spicy to provide VGA access. Do I need to remote-viewer on the server or only the client (windows 10)?
On the windows virtviewer client, I used the address spice://192.168.20.2:5900, which is the local address to the created VM as stated by lxd. Should there be more to the address?
The tutorials I run across either is for a proxmox server or the client is also the server machine. I am hoping to find one specifically for a windows client attaching to a headless linux server.