If multiple speakers are connected to the client system, you can specify which speaker is preferred in a remote desktop. You can also select all the available speakers.
For administrators - this feature is supported only with virtual desktops. It is not supported with published desktops and published applications.
If you select a specific speaker and then add or remove a speaker from the client system during a remote session, the changes do not take effect in the remote session. If you select all the available speakers, the devices are updated dynamically during a remote session.
- Verify that multiple speakers are installed and operational on the client system.
- Verify that you are using the VMware Blast display protocol to connect to the remote desktop. This feature does not work with any other display protocols.
- For administrators - verify that Horizon Agent 2012 or later is installed in the remote desktop. For earlier Horizon Agent versions, audio is played back on the default audio device attached to the client system.
- For end users - ask your Horizon administrator if this feature is available on the remote desktop. If this feature is not available on a remote desktop, audio is played back on the default audio device attached to the client system.
- Connect to the server.
- Open the Settings dialog box and select Real-Time Audio-Video in the left pane.
- Click the Settings (gear) icon in the upper right corner of the desktop and application selector window.
Right-click the remote desktop in the desktop and application selector window and select Settings.
- Select a speaker from the Preferred speaker drop-down menu.
Note: This feature is independent of the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, even though it appears on the Real-Time Audio-Video page.If you select a specific speaker, only the selected speaker is redirected to the remote desktop. If you select All, all the available speakers are redirected to the remote desktop. If you select Default, audio is played back on the default audio device attached to the client system.