Horizon Client includes additional features to help you use remote desktops and published applications on your local client device. Keyboard ShortcutsYou can use keyboard shortcuts for menu commands and common actions. Copying and PastingBy default, you can copy and paste from the local client system to a remote desktop or published application. You can also copy and paste from a remote desktop or published application to the client system, or between two remote desktops or published applications, if a Horizon administrator enables these features. Share Access to Local Folders and Drives with Client Drive RedirectionWith the client drive redirection feature, you can share folders and drives on the local client system with remote desktops and published applications. Share Location InformationWhen the Geolocation Redirection feature is enabled for a remote desktop or published application, you can share the client system's location information with the remote desktop or published application. Switch Remote Desktops or Published ApplicationsIf you are connected to a remote desktop, you can switch to another remote desktop. You can also connect to a published application while you are connected to a remote desktop. Printing from a Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationYou can print to a virtual printer or a USB printer that is attached to the local client computer from a remote desktop or published application. Virtual printing and USB printing work together without conflict. Using Published ApplicationsPublished applications look and feel like applications that are installed on the local client system. Clicking URL Links That Open Outside of Horizon ClientA Horizon 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. Tips for Using the Desktop and Application SelectorYou can reorganize or reduce the number of icons on the Horizon Client desktop and application selector window. Control Adobe Flash DisplayA Horizon administrator can set Adobe Flash content to display in a remote desktop at a level designed to conserve computing resources. Sometimes these settings can result in low playback quality. By moving the mouse pointer into the Adobe Flash content, you can override the Adobe Flash settings that the Horizon administrator specifies. Resizing the Remote Desktop WindowIf you drag a corner of the remote desktop window to resize it, a tooltip shows the screen resolution in the lower-right corner of the window. Use Display ScalingUsers that have poor eyesight or high-resolution screens, such as 4K monitors, generally have scaling enabled by setting the DPI (Dots Per Inch) on the client system to greater than 100 percent. The DPI setting controls the size of the text, apps and icons. A lower DPI setting makes them appear smaller and a higher setting makes them appear bigger. With the Display Scaling feature, remote desktops and published applications support the client machine's scaling setting and appear normal-sized rather than very small. Using DPI SynchronizationThe DPI Synchronization feature ensures that the DPI setting in a remote desktop or published application matches the client system's DPI setting. When you start a new remote session, Horizon Agent sets the DPI value in the remote session to match the DPI value of the client system. Using the Session Collaboration FeatureYou can use the Session Collaboration feature to invite other users to join an existing remote desktop session.