You can configure various options to customize the user experience using configuration files. Setting Options in Configuration Files on a Linux DesktopYou can configure certain options by adding entries to the files /etc/vmware/config or /etc/vmware/viewagent-custom.conf. Using Smart PoliciesYou can use Smart Policies to create policies that control the behavior of the USB redirection, clipboard redirection, and client drive redirection features on specific remote Linux desktops. Example Blast Settings for Linux DesktopsYou can adjust the image quality of your remote desktop display to improve the user experience. Improving image quality is helpful in maintaining a consistent user experience when there is a bad network connection. Examples of Client Drive Redirection Options for Linux DesktopsConfigure client drive redirection (CDR) options to determine whether a local system's shared folders and drives can be accessed from the remote Linux desktops. Suppress the vSphere Console Display of a Linux DesktopWhen a user connects to a Linux desktop, the desktop can also be displayed in the vSphere console for the Linux virtual machine. You can configure Linux virtual machines to ensure that the vSphere console is blank when users connect to their desktops.