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 ModeServer certificate checking occurs for connections between Horizon Client and a server. A certificate is a digital form of identification, similar to a passport or a driver's license. Your 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. 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. Pinning a Remote Desktop or Published Application to the Start ScreenTo add a tile for a remote desktop or published application to the Start screen on the client device, right-click the remote desktop or published application on the desktop and application selection window and tap Pin to Start in the context menu. Select a Favorite Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationYou can select favorite remote desktops and published applications. A star identifies favorite items on the desktop and application selection window. Favorite items are saved after you log out from the server. 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.