The Horizon Cloud administrative console's menus provide a quick way to navigate to monitor activity and perform various functions in your Horizon Cloud environment. These menus are located along the left side of the console.

Table 1. Console Navigation Menus
Menu Description
Use this icon to open your default landing page. If you set the Getting Started page as your default landing page, clicking this icon displays the Getting Started page. See Horizon Cloud Getting Started Wizard - Overview. Otherwise, clicking this icon displays the Dashboard page.
Monitor Provides access to:
  • Dashboard that depicts information about your overall environment: issue status, capacity and utilization levels, end-user activity, and more.
  • Activity reports and audit logs.
  • Various detailed reports related to end users' desktop and application sessions.
  • Notifications.
Assignments Provides access to the console's assignments-related area from which you can work with assignments that entitle end-user access to those assignable items that are in your environment's inventory.
Tip: The console is dynamic and reflects the workflows and settings that are appropriate for the up-to-the-moment situation in your Horizon Cloud tenant environment. The labels displayed for the console's assignment-related pages will vary depending on factors such as the tenant's configured brokering setting, the types of cloud-connected pods in your fleet, the tenant's regional cloud plane, and features that are based on specific licensing.

When your environment has pods deployed in Microsoft Azure, this console area provides access to work with assets such as:

  • Base image virtual machines and other virtual machines (if any) that the system has imported from your in-cloud pod.
  • Published (sealed) images
  • RDSH farms
  • Remote applications from the RDSH farms
  • App Volumes applications, when your tenant environment is enabled to use App Volumes.

When your environment has cloud-connected Horizon pods, this console area provides access to work with images that are managed in the cloud plane.

Settings Provides access to screens from which you can work with system-wide settings and configurations for various system areas such as:
  • Active Directory domains
  • Roles and permissions
  • Capacity-related aspects of your environment
  • Identity management using Workspace ONE Access.
  • The VM types and sizes used for pods in Microsoft Azure
  • Configuration settings that apply to your environment and your pod fleet overall
  • Getting Started page