You use the Settings icon to navigate to pages for working with various aspects of your Horizon Cloud environment, such as utility virtual machines (VMs), identity management, your deployed nodes, and related settings and configurations.

Click the Settings icon to access these pages in the Administration Console.

User Interface Page


General Settings

Displays settings for networks, domains, and so on, including the toggle to enable or disable monitoring user session information. You can edit settings from this page, and upload certificates. See Edit General Settings for details.

Active Directory

View and edit Active Directory (AD) details and configure the True SSO capabilities for your environment. True SSO provides the capabilities for your end users to connect to their RDS desktops and remote applications without having to enter AD credentials. See Configure True SSO for an Active Directory Domain.

Roles & Permissions

Edit roles and permissions. See Assign Horizon Cloud Administrative Roles to Active Directory Groups.


View details about your deployed nodes, such as each node's utilization and capacity usage, as well as drill down to update some of the editable properties associated with a node, such as its associated Microsoft Azure subscription's application key. Capacity Page.


This page is not currently supported for use for nodes deployed in Microsoft Azure.

Getting Started

Opens the Getting Started wizard. See About the Horizon Cloud Getting Started Wizard for details.

Utility VMs

Displays virtual machines (VMs) that are used for infrastructure services like DHCP. Usually a VM is listed on this page when you have moved it from the Imported VMs page. See Utility VMs Page.

Identity Management

Configure integration of your Horizon Cloud environment with your VMware Identity Manager environment.