Setting up a Horizon deployment for iOS clients involves using certain Connection Server configuration settings, meeting the system requirements for Horizon servers and iOS clients, and installing the app for
System Requirements iOS devices that run Horizon Client must meet certain hardware and software requirements.
Preparing Connection Server for Horizon Client A Horizon administrator must perform specific tasks to enable end users to connect to remote desktops and applications.
Installing Horizon Client You can install Horizon Client the same way that you install other iOS apps. You can also configure AirWatch to deliver Horizon Client to end users.
Using Embedded RSA SecurID Software Tokens If you create and distribute RSA SecurID software tokens to end users, they need enter only their PIN, rather than their PIN and a token code, to authenticate.
Configure Smart Card Authentication To use a physical smart card, you must connect and pair the card reader with the device and set the smart card removal policy.
Create a Virtual Smart Card You can create a virtual smart card to use when you log in to a server and connect to a remote desktop. With a virtual smart card, you do not need to connect a traditional smart card reader to the iOS device.
Manage a Virtual Smart Card You can reset the PIN for a virtual smart card. You can also delete a virtual smart card.
Configure Advanced TLS/SSL Options You can select the security protocols and cryptographic algorithms that are used to encrypt communications between Horizon Client and Horizon servers and between Horizon Client and the agent in the remote desktop.
Configure VMware Blast Options You can configure H.264 decoding and network condition options for remote desktop and application sessions that use the VMware Blast display protocol.
Configure the Horizon Client Default View You can configure whether recently used desktops and applications or server shortcuts appear when you launch Horizon Client.
Horizon Client Data Collected by VMware If your company participates in the customer experience improvement program, VMware collects data from certain Horizon Client fields. Fields that contain sensitive information are anonymous.