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.
Set Options for Client Sessions and Connections You configure global settings to determine the way client sessions and connections work.
Global Settings for Client Sessions General global settings determine session timeout lengths, SSO enablement and timeout limits, status updates in Horizon Console, whether prelogin and warning messages are displayed, whether Horizon Console treats Windows Server as a supported operating system for remote desktops, and other settings.
Global Security Settings for Client Sessions and Connections Global security settings determine whether clients are reauthenticated after interruptions, message security mode is enabled, and security status is enhanced.
Global Client Restriction Settings for Client Sessions Global client restriction settings can restrict launching of virtual desktops, published desktops, and published applications to specific clients and versions, and also provide warning messages to clients.