The Horizon Cloud console's navigation bar's Settings provides access to pages for working with various aspects of your Horizon Cloud environment, such as environment-wide settings, identity management, role-based access (RBAC) settings for the console, your deployed pods, and various related settings and configurations.

Click Settings to access these pages in the console.

Remember: As described in Tour of the Cloud-Based Horizon Universal Console for Administrative Tasks in Horizon Cloud, the console dynamically reflects the current state of your tenant environment. As a result, clicking Settings might display entries and labels that are variations of the ones described below. Usually, but not always, the console hides a page from view if that page is not applicable to the up-to-the-moment situation in your tenant environment.
User Interface Page Description
General Settings Displays settings that apply environment-wide for this particular Horizon Cloud tenant environment, such as those My VMware users who can log in to the environment, their roles, and other comparable settings, including the toggle to activate or deactivate monitoring user session information. You can edit settings from this page. See Customizable General Settings for Your Horizon Cloud Tenant Environment 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 desktops and RDS-based remote applications without having to enter AD credentials. See Horizon Cloud - True SSO - Complete Configuring True SSO for your Horizon Cloud Environment.
Users & Groups Manage your end users' home site assignments. See Configuring Home Sites for Universal Broker.
Roles & Permissions Edit roles and permissions. See 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.
Capacity View details about your deployed pods, such as each pod's utilization and capacity usage, and drill down to view and optionally update some of the editable properties associated with a pod, such as its specified NTP server, its associated Microsoft Azure subscription's application key, and so on. For details, see Managing Your Cloud-Connected Pods, for All Horizon Cloud Supported Pod Types.
Identity Management The console makes this page available only when the tenant is already configured to use single-pod brokering for the pod fleet's Horizon Cloud pods in Microsoft Azure. In that tenant scenario, this page is used to configure the tenant's integration with your VMware Workspace ONE® Access™ environment.
Licenses View details of current licenses for your environment, including numbers of seats and billing cycles. You can also click the SID for a license to open the MyVMware subscription list page (you must log in using your MyVMware credentials).
VM Types & Sizes Manage the types and sizes of VMs to be used in farms and assignments for pods in Microsoft Azure. For details, see Managing VM Types and Sizes for Farms and Assignments in the Horizon Universal Console.
Getting Started Display the Getting Started wizard. See Horizon Cloud Getting Started Wizard - Overview for details.
Broker Configure settings that apply to the system's brokering of pod-provisioned resources to your end users, such as settings that control timeouts for end-user sessions. When the tenant is configured with Universal Broker, this page includes a tab for configuring settings that apply to the tenant's integration with Workspace ONE Access and Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub. For details, see Horizon Cloud Environment with Universal Broker - Integrate the Tenant with Workspace ONE Access and Intelligent Hub Services.