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. Set the Certificate Checking ModeYour system administrator might ask you to set the certificate checking mode in Horizon Client to make sure that you can successfully connect to a server. At some companies, an administrator might set the certificate checking mode and prevent you from changing it in Horizon Client. 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. Disconnecting from a Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationWhen you are logged in to a remote desktop, you can disconnect without logging off so that applications remain open in the remote desktop. You can also disconnect from a published application so that the published application remains open. Logging Off from a Remote DesktopIf you are connected to and logged in to a remote desktop, you can use the Windows Start menu to log off. Disconnecting from a ServerAfter you have finished using a remote desktop or published application, you can disconnect from the server. Save Information About Recent ServersYou can configure Horizon Client to save a server shortcut on the Horizon Client home window after you connect to a server for the first time. Disable Windows Hello Authentication for a ServerIf you previously logged in to a server with Windows Hello authentication, and you no longer want to use Windows Hello authentication to authenticate, you must disable Windows Hello authentication for the server.