You can run Horizon Performance Tracker in a remote desktop. You can also run Horizon Performance Tracker as a published application.
Horizon Performance Tracker Features
|Protocol specific data||
|System health status||
|Realtime protocol switch|
System Requirements for Horizon Performance Tracker
|Virtual desktop operating systems||All operating systems that support Horizon Agent, except Linux agents.|
|Client machine operating systems||All Horizon Client versions are supported, except Horizon Client for Linux and Horizon Client for Windows 10 UWP as published applications are not supported.|
|Display protocols||VMware Blast and PCoIP|
|.NET Framework||Horizon Performance Tracker requires .NET Framework version 4.0 or later.|
Installing Horizon Performance Tracker
Horizon Performance Tracker is a custom setup option in the Horizon Agent installer. You must select the option, as it is not selected by default. Horizon Performance Tracker is available for both IPv4 and IPv6.
You can install Horizon Performance Tracker on a virtual desktop or on an RDS host. If you install it on an RDS host, you can publish it as published application and run the published application from Horizon Client. See Setting Up Published Desktops and Applications in Horizon 7 document.
The installation creates a shortcut on the desktop.
Configuring Horizon Performance Tracker Group Policy Settings
You can configure group policy settings to change the default settings. See Configure the Horizon Performance Tracker Group Policy Settings.