Setting up Horizon Client involves installing the Horizon Client for Chrome app on client devices, configuring Connection Server, and opening the required ports. System RequirementsThe device on which you use Horizon Client for Chrome must meet certain software requirements. Smart Card Authentication RequirementsChromebooks that use a smart card for user authentication must meet certain requirements. Preparing Connection Server and Security ServersBefore end users can connect to a server and access a remote desktop or published application, a Horizon administrator must install Connection Server and install security servers, if used. Prepare Desktops, Pools, and FarmsBefore end users can access a remote desktop or published application, a Horizon administrator must configure certain pool and farm settings and install Horizon Agent on desktop virtual machines and RDS hosts in the data center. Install or Upgrade Horizon Client for ChromeHorizon Client for Chrome is a Chrome app, and you install it in the same way that you install other Chrome apps. Register the VMware Horizon Client for Chrome ExtensionTo enable users to connect to a Horizon 7 version 7.4 server with Horizon Client for Chrome, you must register the VMware Horizon Client for Chrome extension. This procedure is not required to connect to Horizon 6 version 6.2.6 or Horizon 7 version 7.5 and later servers. Configuring a List of Servers and a Default Server for Chromebook DevicesYou can configure a list of Connection Server instances and a default Connection Server instance for Horizon Client on enrolled Chromebook devices. Configure HTML Access Agents to Use New TLS CertificatesTo comply with industry or security regulations, you can replace the default TLS certificates that the HTML Access Agent generates with certificates that a Certificate Authority (CA) signs. Configure HTML Access Agents to Use Specific Cipher SuitesYou can configure the HTML Access Agent to use specific cipher suites instead of the default set of ciphers. Using a CA-Signed Certificate with Unified Access GatewayIf you use a Unified Access Gateway appliance instead of a Connection Server or security server, you must install a CA-signed certificate that has a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) configured. Configure Horizon Client Data SharingIf your Horizon administrator has opted to participate in the customer experience improvement program, VMware collects and receives anonymous data on client systems to prioritize hardware and software compatibility. You can configure whether to share information on your client system by enabling or disabling a setting in Horizon Client.