After you install and perform initial configuration of Horizon Connection Server, you can add vCenter Server instances to your
VMware Horizon deployment, set up roles to delegate administrator responsibilities, and schedule backups of your configuration data.
Configuring vCenter Server in Horizon Console To use VMware vSphere virtual machines as remote desktops, you must configure VMware Horizon to communicate with vCenter Server.
Disable or Enable Horizon Connection Server in Horizon Console You can disable a Connection Server instance to prevent users from logging in to their virtual or published desktops and applications. After you disable an instance, you can enable it again.
Understanding VMware Horizon Services The operation of Connection Server instances depends on several services that run on the system. These systems are started and stopped automatically, but you might sometimes find it necessary to adjust the operation of these services manually.
Configuring Settings for Client Sessions You can configure global settings that affect the client sessions and connections that are managed by a Connection Server instance or replicated group. You can set the session timeout length, display prelogin and warning messages, and set security-related client connection options.
Join the Customer Experience Improvement Program You can configure VMware Horizon to join the VMware Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP).