Horizon Client includes additional features to help you use remote desktops and published applications on your local client device. Share Access to Local Folders and Drives with Client Drive RedirectionWith the client drive redirection feature, you can share folders and drives on the local client system with remote desktops and published applications. Clicking URL Links That Open Outside of Horizon ClientA Horizon administrator can configure URL links that you click inside a remote desktop or published application to open in the default browser on the local client system. The URL link might be to a Web page, a phone number, an email address, or another type of link. This feature is called URL Content Redirection. Using a Touch Bar with Remote Desktops and Published ApplicationsYou can use a Touch Bar to interact with remote desktops and published applications. This feature requires macOS Sierra (10.12) or later. Copying and PastingBy default, you can copy and paste from the local client system to a remote desktop or published application. You can also copy and paste from a remote desktop or published application to the client system, or between two remote desktops or published applications, if a Horizon administrator enables these features. Dragging Text and ImagesYou can drag text and images from the Mac client to an open application in a remote desktop. Using Published ApplicationsYou can use many Mac functions with published applications. Using the Session Collaboration FeatureYou can use the Session Collaboration feature to invite other users to join an existing remote desktop session. Modify the Horizon Client Shortcuts for Windows ActionsHorizon Client includes preconfigured shortcut mappings for common Windows actions, including Toggle Full Screen, Quit, Hide Application, Cycle Through Windows, and Cycle Through Windows in Reverse. It also includes a preconfigured shortcut mapping for Toggle Exclusive Mode. You can enable or disable the default shortcuts. You cannot create shortcuts or delete the default shortcuts.