You can use Smart Policies to create policies that control the behavior of the USB redirection, virtual printing, clipboard redirection, client drive redirection, and PCoIP display protocol features on specific remote desktops. You can also use Smart Policies to create policies that control the behavior of published applications.
With Smart Policies, you can create policies that take effect only if certain conditions are met. For example, you can configure a policy that disables the client drive redirection feature if a user connects to a remote desktop from outside your corporate network.
The Smart Policies feature requires User Environment Manager. For more information, see the topics about Smart Policies in Configuring Remote Desktop Features in Horizon 7.