If you disconnect from a remote desktop without logging out, applications in the remote desktop might remain open. You can also disconnect from a server and leave published applications running.
- Log out of the server and disconnect from (but do not log out from) the remote desktop, or quit the published application.
Option Action From the desktop and application selector window, before connecting to a remote desktop or published application Click the Log Out toolbar button in the upper-right corner of the window. From the sidebar when connected to a remote desktop or published application Click the Log out toolbar button at the top of the sidebar.
- Close a published application.
Option Action From within the published application Quit the published application in the usual manner, for example, click the X (Close) button in the corner of the published application window. From the sidebar Click the X next to the published application name in the Running list in the sidebar.
- Log out or disconnect from a remote desktop.
Option Action From within the remote desktop To log out, use the Windows Start menu to log out. From the sidebar
To log out and disconnect, click the Open Menu toolbar button next to the remote desktop name in the Running list in the sidebar and select Log Off. Files that are open on the remote desktop are closed without being saved first.
To disconnect without logging off, click the Open Menu toolbar button next to the remote desktop name in the Running list and select Close.Note: A Horizon administrator can configure the remote desktop to log out automatically when disconnected. In that case, any open applications in the remote desktop are closed.