You control the behavior of remote features in User Environment Manager by creating a Horizon smart policy.
Table 1 describes the settings that you can select when you define a Horizon smart policy in User Environment Manager.
|USB redirection||Determines whether USB redirection is enabled on the remote desktop. The USB redirection feature allows users to use locally attached USB devices, such as thumb flash drives, cameras, and printers, from the remote desktop. If you use a smart policy to configure USB redirection, you must use User Environment Manager 9.5 or later.|
|Printing||Determines whether virtual printing or VMware Virtual Print is enabled on the remote desktop. The virtual printing feature allows users to print to a virtual printer or a USB printer that is attached to the client computer from the remote desktop. VMware Virtual Print redirects client-side printers to the agent system.|
|Clipboard||Determines the direction in which clipboard redirection is allowed. You can select one of these values:
|Client drive redirection||Determines whether client drive redirection is enabled on the remote desktop and if shared drives and folders are writeable. You can select one of these values:
If you do not configure this setting, whether shared drives and folders are writeable depends on local registry settings. For more information, see Use Registry Settings to Configure Client Drive Redirection.
|Drag and drop||Determines whether you can drag and drop the supported data types between the client system and the remote desktop or published application. You can select one of these values:
|Bandwidth profile|| Configures a bandwidth profile for PCoIP and Blast sessions on the remote desktop. You can select a predefined bandwidth profile, for example, LAN. Selecting a predefined bandwidth profile prevents the agent from attempting to transmit at a higher rate than the link capacity. If you select the default profile, the maximum bandwidth is 90000 kilobits per second.
For more information, see Bandwidth Profile Reference.
|HTML Access file transfer||Determines the transfer of HTML files between client and agent.|
In general, Horizon smart policy settings that you configure for remote features in User Environment Manager override any equivalent registry key and group policy settings.