Horizon Client communicates with a server, which acts as a broker between the client device and remote desktops and published applications. You enter credentials into Horizon Client, the server authenticates your credentials, and then the server finds the remote desktops and published applications that you are entitled to use.
Set the Certificate Checking Mode As a user, you can change how Horizon Client handles certificate checking. A certificate is a digital form of identification, similar to a passport or a driver's license. Server certificate checking occurs for connections between Horizon Client and a server. If you are unable to change modes, check with the administrator who may have disabled this feature for Horizon Client.
Configure Device ID Sharing with OPSWAT If OPSWAT Mobile App is installed on the client device, you are prompted to share the client device ID when you start Horizon Client. You can also enable or disable device ID sharing by configuring a setting in Horizon Client.
Connect to a Remote Desktop or Published Application To connect to a remote desktop or published application, you must provide the name of a server and supply credentials for your user account.
Disconnecting From a Remote Desktop or Published Application When 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.
Log Off From a Remote Desktop You can log off from a remote desktop, even if the remote desktop is not open in Horizon Client. If the remote desktop is open in Horizon Client, you can use the Windows Start menu to log off.
Disconnecting From a Server After you have finished using a remote desktop or published application, you can disconnect from the server.