You can configure global settings that affect the client sessions and connections that are managed by a View Connection Server instance or replicated group. You can set the session timeout length, display prelogin and warning messages, and set security-related client connection options.
Set Options for Client Sessions and Connections You configure global settings to determine the way client sessions and connections work.
Change the Data Recovery Password You provide a data recovery password when you install View Connection Server version 5.1 or later. After installation, you can change this password in View Administrator. The password is required when you restore the View LDAP configuration from a backup.
Global Settings for Client Sessions General global settings determine session timeout lengths, SSO enablement and timeout limits, status updates in View Administrator, whether prelogin and warning messages are displayed, and whether View Administrator treats Windows Server 2008 R2 as a supported operating system for remote desktops.
Global Security Settings for Client Sessions and Connections Global security settings determine whether clients are reauthenticated after interruptions, message security mode is enabled, and IPSec is used for security server connections.
Message Security Mode for View Components You can set message security mode for View components. This setting determines how sender signatures in JMS messages are treated. By default, JMS messages are rejected if the signature is missing or invalid, or if a message was modified after it was signed.
Configure the Secure Tunnel and PCoIP Secure Gateway When the secure tunnel is enabled, Horizon Client makes a second HTTPS connection to the View Connection Server or security server host when users connect to a remote desktop.
Configure Secure HTML Access In View Administrator, you can configure the use of the Blast Secure Gateway to provide secure HTML access to remote desktops.
Off-load SSL Connections to Intermediate Servers Horizon Client must use HTTPS to connect to View. If your Horizon clients connect to load balancers or other intermediate servers that pass on the connections to View Connection Server instances or security servers, you can off-load SSL to the intermediate servers.