This section describes how to use remote desktops and applications on Horizon Client for Windows. What to read next Feature Support for Horizon Windows ClientsCertain guest operating systems and remote desktop features require specific Horizon Agent versions. Use this information when planning which features to make available to your end users. Sharing Remote Desktop Sessions on Horizon Windows ClientWith the Session Collaboration feature, you can invite other users to join an existing remote desktop session. A remote desktop session that is shared in this way is called a collaborative session. The user that shares a session with another user is called the session owner, and the user that joins a shared session is called a session collaborator. Share Local Folders and Drives on Horizon Windows ClientWith the client drive redirection feature, you can share folders and drives on the local client system with remote desktops and published applications. Open Local Files in Published Applications on Horizon Windows ClientYou can turn on the ability to open local files in published applications directly from the local file system. Select a Favorite Remote Desktop or Published Application on Horizon Windows ClientYou can select favorite remote desktops and published applications. Shortcuts for favorite items are identified by a star and appear on the Favorites tab. Favorite items are saved after you log off from the server. Copying and Pasting on Horizon Windows ClientBy default, you can copy and paste from the client system to a remote desktop or published application. Dragging and Dropping in the Horizon Windows ClientThe drag and drop feature works differently for administrators and end users, so refer to the section that applies to you. Tips for Using Published Applications on Horizon Windows ClientPublished applications look and feel like applications that are installed on the local client system. When using published applications, follow these tips. Use Multiple Sessions of a Published Application from Horizon Windows ClientWhen an administrator has activated multi-session mode for a published application, you can use multiple sessions of the same published application when you log in to the server from different client devices. Use a Local IME with Published Applications on Horizon Windows ClientIf you use non-English keyboards and locales, you can use an IME (input method editor) that is installed in the local client system to send non-English characters to published applications. Use a Local IME with a Remote Desktop on Horizon Windows ClientIf you use non-English keyboards and locales, you can use an IME (input method editor) that is installed in the local client system to send non-English characters to a remote desktop. Horizon Client supports Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Right-click options are supported for Japanese and Korean. Resizing the Remote Desktop Window on Horizon Windows ClientIf a Horizon administrator has locked the guest size, or if you are using the RDP display protocol, you cannot change the resolution of the remote desktop window. Using the URL Content Redirection Feature on Horizon Windows ClientAn 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. Media Optimization and Screen Sharing for Microsoft Teams as a Published Application on Horizon Windows ClientMedia Optimization enables offloading of video, audio and screenshare media streams to improve the overall audio and video experience. It is enabled by default. Taking Screen Captures of Remote Desktops on Horizon Windows ClientYou can take a screen shot of a remote desktop. For information on configuring this feature, see "Configuring Screen Capture" in the Horizon Remote Desktop Features and GPOs document.