After you set up a Linux guest operating system for use as a remote desktop, entitled users can launch VDI desktop sessions on the single-user Linux machine just as they do on a Windows machine.
Linux desktops provide features such as audio out, multiple monitors, and autofit.
Certain limitations apply to this release of View Agent for Linux:
Single Sign-on (SSO) is not supported. After logging in to Horizon 6 and launching the remote desktop, the user must log in to the Linux guest operating system.
Automated provisioning and other features that are provided only with automated desktop pools are not supported. For example, the refresh on logoff operation is not available.
Local devices cannot be used on the remote desktop. For example, USB redirection, virtual printing, location-based printing, clipboard redirection, Real-Time Audio-Video, and smart cards are not supported.
HTML Access is not supported.
When a security server is used, port 5443 must be open in the internal firewall to allow traffic between the security server and the Linux desktop.