You can drag a text file or an image file from local storage on the client device to a published application or an open application in a remote desktop and drop the content of the file into the application.
For example, if Horizon Client is installed on an Android phone, you can select or open the MyFiles app, select a folder, and drag a text file to the Wordpad application in a remote desktop. If Horizon Client is installed on a Chromebook, you can drag files from the Downloads folder or from a USB device attached to the Chromebook.
This feature has the following limitations and requirements:
You can drag and drop a maximum of 1 MB of data.
You cannot drag and drop Rich Text Format (RTF) text.
If you select multiple files, only the content of the first file is dropped into the application.
You cannot drag and drop text files and image files from a remote desktop or application to the client device.
Android 7.0 or later is required for Android client devices.
Chrome OS M63 or later is required for Chrome client devices.
A Horizon administrator can use the Configure clipboard redirection group policy settings to disable this feature. For more information, see the Configuring Remote Desktop Features in Horizon 7 document.