The View PCoIP ADM template file contains group policy settings that configure PCoIP settings that affect the use of the keyboard.

Table 1. View PCoIP Session Variables for the Keyboard
Setting Description
Disable sending CAD when users press Ctrl+Alt+Del When this policy is enabled, users must press Ctrl+Alt+Insert instead of Ctrl+Alt+Del to send a Secure Attention Sequence (SAS) to the remote desktop during a PCoIP session.

You might want to enable this setting if users become confused when they press Ctrl+Alt+Del to lock the client endpoint and an SAS is sent to both the host and the guest.

This setting applies to Horizon Agent only and has no effect on a client.

When this policy is not configured or is disabled, users can press Ctrl+Alt+Del or Ctrl+Alt+Insert to send an SAS to the remote desktop.

Use alternate key for sending Secure Attention Sequence Specifies an alternate key, instead of the Insert key, for sending a Secure Attention Sequence (SAS).

You can use this setting to preserve the Ctrl+Alt+Ins key sequence in virtual machines that are launched from inside a remote desktop during a PCoIP session.

For example, a user can launch a vSphere Client from inside a PCoIP desktop and open a console on a virtual machine in vCenter Server. If the Ctrl+Alt+Ins sequence is used inside the guest operating system on the vCenter Server virtual machine, a Ctrl+Alt+Del SAS is sent to the virtual machine. This setting allows the Ctrl+Alt+Alternate Key sequence to send a Ctrl+Alt+Del SAS to the PCoIP desktop.

When this setting is enabled, you must select an alternate key from a drop-down menu. You cannot enable the setting and leave the value unspecified.

When this setting is disabled or not configured, the Ctrl+Alt+Ins key sequence is used as the SAS.

This setting applies to Horizon Agent only and has no effect on a client.