Running published applications can remain open after you disconnect for a server in Horizon Client. You can configure how running published applications behave when you reconnect to the server in Horizon Client.
You can disable the published application reconnection behavior settings in Horizon Client, either from the command line, or by configuring a group policy setting. The group policy setting takes precedence over the command-line setting. For more information, see the -appSessionReconnectionBehavior option in Horizon Client Command Use, or the Disconnected application session resumption behavior group policy setting in Scripting Definition Settings for Client GPOs.
- In the Horizon Client desktop and application selector window, right-click a published application and select Settings.
- In the Remote Applications pane, select an application reconnection behavior setting.
Ask to reconnect to open published applications
Horizon Client notifies you that you have one or more published applications running when you reconnect to the server. You can click Reconnect to applications to reopen the published application windows, or Not Now not to reopen the published application windows.
Reconnect automatically to open published applications
Windows for running published applications reopen when you reconnect to the server.
Do not ask to reconnect and do not automatically reconnect
Horizon Client does not prompt you to reopen running published applications, and running published application windows do not reopen when you reconnect to the server.
- To save your changes, click OK.
The setting takes effect the next time Horizon Client connects to the server.