When a user launches a published desktop or application, a session is created. You can disconnect and log off sessions, send messages to clients, reset, and restart virtual machines.
- In Horizon Console, navigate to where session information is displayed.
Session Type Navigation Remote desktop sessions Select Sessions tab. The Sessions column also appears on the Desktop Pools page for all desktops., click a pool's ID, and click the
Select Sessions tab. You can also view the published applications associated with a session. The Application Names column displays the published applications associated with a session., click a farm's ID, and click the
The Sessions column also appears on the Farms page for all farms.
Select Sessions column., and view the
Remote desktop and application sessions Select. Sessions associated with a user or user group
- Select Users and Groups.
- Click a user's name or a user group's name.
- Click on the Sessions tab.
- Select a session.
To send a message to users, you can select multiple sessions. You can perform the other operations on only one session at a time. You can perform a log off operation only on a session that is not connected from a vSphere console.
- Choose whether to disconnect, log off, send a message, restart a desktop, or reset a virtual machine.
Option Description Disconnect Session Disconnects the user from the session. Logoff Session Logs the user off the session. Data that is not saved is lost. Send Message Send a message to Horizon Client. You can label the message as Info, Warning, or Error. Restart Desktop Performs a restart operation on a virtual desktop, which performs a graceful operating system restart of the virtual machine.Note: This option is not available for instant-clone farms. Reset Virtual Machine Performs a reset operation on a virtual machine without the graceful operating system restart, which performs a hard power-off and power-on of the virtual machine.Note: This option is not available for instant-clone farms.
- Click OK.
|RDS Host||Name of the RDS host.|
|Farm||Farm to which the RDS host belongs.|
|Desktop Pool||RDS desktop pool associated with the farm.|
|Agent Version||Version of Horizon Agent that runs on the RDS host.|
|Sessions||Number of client sessions.|
|DNS Name||DNS name of the RDS host.|
|Type||Version of Windows Server that runs on the RDS host.|
|Client ID||Name or the MAC address of the client.|
|Client Version||Version of Horizon Client for the user's session.|
|RDS Farm||Farm to which the RDS host belongs.|
|Max Number of Connections||Maximum number of connections that the RDS host can support.|
|Enabled||Whether the RDS host is enabled.|
|Status||State of the RDS host. See Status of RDS Hosts in Horizon Console for a description of the possible states.|