You can use Horizon Client to connect to remote desktops and applications. Setting the Certificate Checking Mode in Horizon ClientYou can determine whether client connections are rejected if any or some server certificate checks fail by configuring a setting in Horizon Client. Connect to a Remote Desktop or ApplicationTo connect to a remote desktop or application, you must provide the name of a server and supply credentials for your user account. Use Unauthenticated Access to Connect to Remote ApplicationsA Horizon administrator can use the Unauthenticated Access feature to create Unauthenticated Access users and entitle those users to remote applications on a Connection Server instance. Unauthenticated Access users can log in to the server anonymously to connect to their remote applications. Switch Remote Desktops or Published ApplicationsHorizon Client supports multiple remote desktop and application sessions when you use a Chromebook or an Android device in DeX desktop mode. You can switch these remote desktop and application sessions. Reconnecting to a Desktop or Published ApplicationFor security purposes, a Horizon administrator can set timeouts that log you off of a server after a certain number of hours and that lock a published application after a certain number of minutes of inactivity. Disconnecting From a Remote Desktop or ApplicationYou can disconnect from a remote desktop without logging off, so that applications remain open on the remote desktop. You can also disconnect from a remote application so that the remote application remains open. Log Off From a Remote DesktopYou can log off from a remote desktop operating system, even if you do not have a desktop open in Horizon Client. If you are currently connected to and logged in to a remote desktop, you can use the Windows Start menu to log off. After Windows logs you off, the desktop is disconnected.