Because users do not enter credentials when using unauthenticated access, it is possible for RDS hosts to become overwhelmed by requests for published applications. Login deceleration alleviates this. You can adjust the level of deceleration. You can also block clients that do not support deceleration.
Verify that you have enabled unauthenticated access for users.
Verify that you have Horizon Client version 4.9 or later. If you use Horizon Client version 4.8, there might be occasional failures when users log in anonymously using unauthenticated access to Horizon 7 version 7.6, which might require retries to log in.
- In Horizon Administrator, select .
- Click the Connection Servers tab.
- Click the Authentication tab.
- From the Login Deceleration Level drop-down menu, select a deceleration level for unauthenticated access logins.
Sets a low deceleration level for unauthenticated access logins. For Web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, the recommendation is to set the low deceleration level.
Sets a medium deceleration level for unauthenticated access logins. Set by default. Do not change this setting if you use Horizon Client version 4.8.
Sets a high deceleration level for unauthenticated access logins. Setting a high deceleration level might increase the log in time and affect the end-user experience.
- (Optional) To prevent any client that does not support login deceleration from connecting to Horizon 7 with unauthenticated access, select Block Non-Compliant Clients.
Horizon Clients earlier than version 4.8 are not compliant.
- Click OK.
What to do next
Log in to Horizon Client with unauthenticated access and start the published application. See, Unauthenticated Access From Horizon Client.