The session details appear on the Details tab when you click a user name in the Computer Name option on the Sessions tab. You can view details for Horizon Client, the virtual or published desktop, and CPU and memory details.
Displays information that depends on the type of Horizon Client and includes details such as user name, version of Horizon Client, IP address of the client machine, and the operating system of the client machine.
Displays information about virtual desktops or published desktops.
Name of the desktop or application session.
|Agent Version||Horizon Agent version.|
|OS Version||Operating System version.|
|Connection Server||The Connection Server that the session connects to.|
Name of the desktop or application pool. Displays Linux for a Linux desktop pool.
|vCenter||IP address of vCenter Server.|
|Session State||State of the desktop or application session. The session states can be idle, active, or disconnected. If the user is not active for one minute, the session status turns idle. The status icon appears as green outline for idle, solid green for active, and gray for disconnected.
Note: Linux desktop sessions do not display the idle status.
|Session Duration||The time the session remained connected to Connection Server.|
|State Duration||The time the session remained in the same state.|
|Logon Time||The logon time of the user who logged in to the session.|
The time the user remained logged in to the session.
|Gateway/Proxy Name||Name of the security server, Unified Access Gateway appliance, or load balancer. This information might take from 30 seconds through 60 seconds to display after connecting to the session.|
|Gateway/Proxy IP||IP address of the security server, Unified Access Gateway appliance, or load balancer. This information might take from 30 seconds through 60 seconds to display after connecting to the session.|
|Farm||The farm of RDS hosts for the published desktop or application session.|
User Experience Metrics
Displays performance details for a virtual or published desktop session that uses the PCoIP or VMware Blast display protocol. To view these performance details, click More. To refresh these details, click the refresh icon.
|Tx Bandwidth||The transmission bandwidth, in kilobits per second, in a PCoIP session.|
|Frame Rate||The frame rate, in frames per second, in a PCoIP session.|
|Packet Loss||Percentage of packet loss in a PCoIP session.|
|Skype Status|| The Skype for Business status in a PCoIP session.
|Frame Rate||The frame rate, in frames per second, in a Blast session.|
The Skype for Business status in a Blast session.
|Blast Session Counters||
|Blast Imaging Counters||
|Blast Audio Counters||
|Blast CDR Counters||
CPU and Memory Usage and Network and Disk Performance
Displays charts for CPU and memory usage of the virtual or published desktop or application and the network or disk performance for the PCoIP or Blast display protocol.
|Session CPU||CPU usage of the current session.|
|Host CPU||CPU usage of the virtual machine to which the session is assigned.|
|Session Memory||Memory usage of the current session.|
|Host Memory||Memory usage of the virtual machine to which the session is assigned.|
|Latency||Displays a chart for the latency for the PCoIP or Blast session.
For the Blast display protocol, the latency time is the Round-Trip Time in milliseconds. The performance counter that tracks this latency time is.
For the PCoIP display protocol, the latency time is the Round-Trip Latency time in milliseconds. The performance counter that tracks this latency time is.
|Read||The number of read Input/Output (I/O) operations per second.|
|Write||The number of write I/O operations per second.|
|Disk Latency||Displays a chart for the disk latency. The disk latency is the time in milliseconds from the Input/Output Operations Per Second (IOPS) data retrieved from the Windows performance counters.|
|Average Read||Average number of random read I/O operations per second.|
|Average Write||Average number of random write I/O operations per second.|
|Average Latency||Average latency time in milliseconds from the IOPS data retrieved from the Windows performance counters.|
Session Logon Segments
Displays the logon duration and usage segments that are created during logon.
The length of time calculated from the time the user clicks the desktop or application pool to the time when Windows Explorer starts.
|Session Logon Time||The length of time that the user was logged in to the session.|
|Logon Segments||Displays the segments that are created during logon.
Use the following guidelines when you use the information in logon segments for troubleshooting:
- If the session is a new virtual desktop session, all the logon segments appear. If no global policy is configured, the GPO Load logon segment time is 0.
- If the virtual desktop session is a reconnected session from a disconnected session, the Logon Duration, Interactive, and Brokering logon segments appear.
- If the session is a published desktop session, the Logon Duration, GPO Load, or the Profile load logon segments appear. The GPO Load and Profile load logon segment appear for new sessions. If these logon segments do not appear for new sessions, you must restart the RDS host.
- If the session is a Linux desktop session, the GPO Load and Profile load segments do not appear.
- Logon data might not be immediately available when the desktop session connects. The logon data appears after a few minutes.