When you use the VMware Blast display protocol or the PCoIP display protocol, you can use printers configured for the Mac client from a remote desktop or published application. You do not need to install printer drivers on a remote desktop to use the virtual printing feature.
You typically enable virtual printing the first time you start Horizon Client. Click Continue when Horizon Client prompts you to start remote desktop USB and printing services and type your system credentials.
If you do not enable virtual printing the first time you start Horizon Client, you can use the Connection menu to enable virtual printing.
To enable virtual printing before you connect to a remote desktop or published application, select Continue and type your system credentials.. Click
To enable virtual printing after you connect to a remote desktop or published application, select Continue, type your system credentials, and reconnect to the remote desktop or published application. If you cancel the reconnection, you can select and Horizon Client prompts you to reconnect again.. Click
When the virtual printing feature is enabled, the Connection menu displays Printing Enabled.
If you install Horizon Client on a Mac on which VMware Fusion was previously started, printing services are already enabled when you start Horizon Client. This behavior occurs because VMware Fusion and Horizon Client use some of the same files to implement virtual printing.