Horizon Client makes it easy to work on remote desktops and published applications from your local client device, giving you on-the-go access from any location. Connect to a Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationTo connect to a remote desktop or published application, you must provide the name of a server and supply credentials for your user account. Use Unauthenticated Access to Connect to Published ApplicationsIf you have an Unauthenticated Access user account, you can log in to a server anonymously and connect to your published applications. Smart Card Authentication LimitationsWith smart card authentication, you plug a smart card reader into the Chromebook, insert a smart card, and select a server in Horizon Client. During the authentication step, you enter a PIN instead of a user name and password. After you select a remote desktop or published application, all smart card commands and responses are redirected to the remote desktop or published application. Trust a Self-Signed Root CertificateSometimes, when connecting to a remote desktop or published application for the first time, the browser might prompt you to accept the self-signed certificate that the remote machine uses. You must trust the certificate before you can connect to the remote desktop or published application. Setting the Time ZoneThe time zone that a remote desktop or published application uses is set to the time zone in your local system automatically. Manage Server ShortcutsAfter you connect to a server, Horizon Client creates a server shortcut. You can edit and remove server shortcuts. Log Off or DisconnectIf you disconnect from a remote desktop without logging off, applications in the remote desktop might remain open. You can also disconnect from a server and leave published applications running.