When you connect to a remote desktop, the keyboard input source language on the client system is synchronized in the remote desktop.
For example, if the keyboard input source language on a Mac client system () is Japanese, Japanese appears in the language bar in the remote desktop.
This feature supports the following keyboard input source languages on the client system.
- Simplified Chinese
- Traditional Chinese
Synchronization does not occur if the keyboard input source language is not supported.
Keyboard input source language synchronization is controlled by the agent-side Keyboard locale synchronization group policy setting. For more information, see "VMware Blast Group Policy Settings" in the Configuring Remote Desktop Features in Horizon document.