Horizon Cloud uses notifications to inform you of certain types of system activity, such as events and service registrations.

You can view recent notifications in the administrative console by clicking the bell icon located in the upper right corner of any page (Notification bell icon) Open the Notifications page to view all notifications. These notifications include both active and dismissed notifications, by clicking Monitor > Notifications.

You can also show the notifications for different periods of time up to 30 days, refresh the page, and filter your search.

Table 1. Notification Types
Notification Type Description
Service Registration Service registration notifications are issued during the configuration of your environment. The system issues this type of notification when one of its packaged services is registered successfully.
Pod related Pod-related notifications are issued when the system detects a change in the status of the deployed pod in Microsoft Azure. These notifications include ones for when a pod has lost connectivity with the Horizon Cloud cloud plane and when subnets are full. When subnets are full, then system operations involving cloning VMs raise notifications.
Pod API related These notifications arise from conditions detected by the cloud plane's API requests that are made to the pod resources in Microsoft Azure, such as API slow downs or timeouts.
Primary bind account locked These notifications are issued when the system detects the primary domain-bind account is in a failed or inactive state. For more information, see Notifications When the Primary Domain-Bind Account is Locked Out.
Domain Bind Account used for emergency access This notification is issued when the primary domain bind account or auxiliary domain bind account is used to log in to the console. As described in Assign Roles to Active Directory Groups that Control Which Areas of the Horizon Universal Console are Activated for Individuals in Those Groups After They Authenticate to Your Horizon Cloud Tenant Environment, the primary and auxiliary domain bind accounts are always assigned the Super Administrator role, which grants all the permissions to perform management actions in the console.
New Horizon Agent Installer (HAI) Available Update This notification is issued when a newer version of the agent associated with a pod software version is available. By default, the system checks for updates every seven days.