To run Horizon 7 in an IPv6 environment, you must be aware of the requirements and choices that are specific to IPv6 when you perform certain administrative tasks.
Before you install Horizon 7, you must have a working IPv6 environment. The following Horizon 7 administrative tasks have options that are specific to IPv6.
Installing Horizon Connection Server. See Install Horizon Connection Server with a New Configuration.
Installing View Replica Server. See Install a Replicated Instance of Horizon Connection Server.
Installing View Security Server. See Install a Security Server.
Configuring the PCoIP External URL. See Configuring External URLs for Secure Gateway and Tunnel Connections.
Setting the PCoIP External URL. See Set the External URLs for a Connection Server Instance.
Modifying the PCoIP External URL. See Set the External URLs for a Connection Server Instance.
Installing Horizon Agent. See the Horizon Agent installation topics in the Setting Up Desktop and Application Pools document.
Installing Horizon Client. See Supported Clients in an IPv6 Environment.
Horizon 7 does not require you to enter an IPv6 address in any administrative tasks. In cases where you can specify either a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or an IPv6 address, it is highly recommended that you specify an FQDN to avoid potential errors.