The DPI Synchronization feature ensures that the DPI setting in a remote desktop or published application matches the client system's DPI setting.
The DPI Synchronization feature has the following requirements.
- The client system must support Retina Display.
- Full-resolution mode must be selected for the remote desktop or published applications. See Using a High-Resolution Mac with Retina Display.
- If you use multiple monitors, the Retina Display must be the primary window in system preferences. You cannot have more than one display in full-screen mode.
A Horizon administrator can disable the DPI synchronization feature.
If DPI synchronization is disabled, display scaling is used. The Display Scaling feature scales the remote desktop or published application appropriately.