When you create a global entitlement in Horizon Console, the user interface prompts you to configure certain options. Use this worksheet to prepare your configuration options before you create the global entitlement.
You can print this worksheet and write down the values to specify when you add a global entitlement.
|Option||Description||Fill In Your Value Here|
|Name||Unique name that identifies the global entitlement in Horizon Console.
The name can contain between 1 and 64 characters.
|Display Name||(Optional) Display name of the global entitlement. The display name appears to users in the list of available desktops and applications in Horizon Client.
The display name does not need to be unique. Multiple global entitlements can have the same display name. If you do not specify a display name, the unique name appears to users in Horizon Client.
The display name can contain between 1 and 64 characters.
|Description||(Optional) Description of the global entitlement.
The description can contain between 1 and 1024 characters.
|Connection Server Restrictions||(Optional) Associates Connection Server tags with the global entitlement to restrict access to the global entitlement from specific Connection Server instances.
Note: You can select only tags that are assigned to Connection Server instances in the local pod. To select tags assigned to Connection Server instances in another pod, you must log in to a Connection Server instance in the other pod and modify the global entitlement.
For more information, see Implementing Connection Server Restrictions for Global Entitlements.
|Category Folder||(Optional) Creates a shortcut for the global entitlement. You can select an existing category folder, or create a category folder. You can configure up to four subfolders. You can configure a Windows Start menu shortcut, a desktop shortcut, or both.
A folder name can be up to 64 characters long. To specify a subfolder, enter a backslash (\) character, for example, dir1\dir2\dir3\dir4. You can enter up to four folder levels. You cannot begin or end a folder name with a backslash, and you cannot combine two or more backslashes. For example, \dir1, dir1\dir2\, dir1\\dir2, and dir1\\\dir2 are invalid. You cannot enter Windows reserved keywords.
For more information, see Configuring Shortcuts for Global Entitlements.
|Backup Global Entitlement||(Only available when you edit a global entitlement) A backup global entitlement delivers remote desktops or published applications when the primary global entitlement cannot start a session. For requirements and restrictions, see Implementing Backup Global Entitlements.|
|User Assignment||(Global desktop entitlement only) Specifies the type of desktop pool that the global entitlement can contain. You can configure one of the following user assignment policies:
|Scope||Specifies where to look for desktops or applications to satisfy a request from the global entitlement. You can configure one of the following scope policies:
For more information, see Understanding the Scope Policy.
|Use Home Site and Entitled user must have Home Site||(Optional) If users have home sites, configures a home site policy for the global entitlement. You can configure the following home site policies:
For more information, see Using Home Sites.
|Automatically Clean Up Redundant Sessions||(Optional) Specifies whether to clean up redundant sessions.
Multiple sessions can occur when a pod that contains a session goes offline, the user logs in again and starts another session, and the problem pod comes back online with the original session. When multiple sessions occur, Horizon Client prompts the user to select a session. This option determines what happens to sessions that the user does not select. If you do not select this option, users must manually end their own extra sessions, either by logging off in Horizon Client or by launching the sessions and logging them off.
|Default Display Protocol||Specifies the default display protocol for desktops or applications in the global entitlement. You can configure PCoIP or VMware Blast.|
|Allow Users to Choose Protocol||When you enable this policy, users can override the default display protocol.|
|Allow Users to Restart Machines||(Global desktop entitlement only) When you enable this policy, users can reset and restart desktops in the global desktop entitlement.|
|Pre-launch||(Global application entitlement only) When you enable this policy, users can start the global application entitlement more quickly.
Note: If you enable this policy, all the application pools in the global application entitlement must also support the session pre-launch feature, and the pre-launch session timeout must be the same for all farms.
|Allow Session Collaboration||When you enable this policy, users can invite other users to join their remote desktop sessions.
Note: If you enable this policy, all the desktop pools in the global desktop entitlement must also support the Session Collaboration feature. For RDS desktop pools, the Session Collaboration feature is enabled at the farm level.
For more information, see Enabling Session Collaboration for Global Desktop Entitlements.
|Allow user to initiate separate sessions from different client devices||(Global desktop entitlement only) When you enable this policy, users that connect to the global entitlement from different client devices receive different desktop sessions. To reconnect to an existing desktop session, users must use the same device from which that session was initiated. If you do not enable this policy, users are always reconnected to their existing desktop sessions, regardless of the client device that they use. You can enable this policy only for floating desktop entitlements.
Note: If you enable this policy, all the desktop pools in the global entitlement must also support multiple sessions per user.
For more information, see Understanding the Multiple Sessions Per User Policy for Global Desktop Entitlements.
|Client Restrictions||When you enable this policy, access to the global entitlement is restricted to specific client computers. You can enable this policy only for floating desktop entitlements and global application entitlements.
You must add the names of the computers that are allowed to access the global entitlement in an Active Directory security group. You can select this security group when you add users or groups to the global entitlement.
For more information, see Implementing Client Restrictions for Global Entitlements.
|Multi-Session Mode||(Global application entitlement only) Use this policy to configure the multi-session mode feature for a global application entitlement. Valid values are as follows.
For more information, see Enabling Multi-Session Mode for Global Application Entitlements.
|Display Assigned Machine Name||(Global desktop entitlement only) Displays the host name of the assigned machine instead of the global entitlement name when a user logs in to Horizon Client.
If no machine is assigned to the user, "Entitlement name (No Machine Assigned)" appears for the global entitlement when the user logs in to Horizon Client.
Note: If the pod that contains the machine is unavailable or does not reply in time, Connection Server cannot get the assigned machine name. In such cases, "Entitlement name (Unable to get machine name)" appears instead of the global entitlement name when the user logs in to Horizon Client.
This option is available only if you select Dedicated in User assignment.