You can configure various options to customize the user experience using configuration files. Setting Options in Configuration Files on a Linux DesktopFor Linux desktops, you can configure certain options by modifying entries in the /etc/vmware/config file or the /etc/vmware/viewagent-custom.conf file. Using Smart PoliciesYou can use Smart Policies to create policies that control the behavior of the USB redirection, clipboard redirection, and client drive redirection features on specific Linux desktops. To control the behavior of the digital watermark feature on specific Linux desktops, you use environment variables instead of Smart Policies. Using DPI Synchronization with Linux Remote DesktopsThis topic provides an overview of the DPI Synchronization feature for Linux remote desktops. The DPI Synchronization feature ensures that the DPI value in a remote session changes to match the DPI value of the client system when users connect to a remote desktop or published application. Configure VMware Integrated Printing for Linux DesktopsWith VMware Integrated Printing, users can print from a Linux remote desktop to any local or network printer available on their client computer. VMware Integrated Printing works with Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile client devices. Example Blast Settings for Linux Desktops You can adjust the image quality of your remote desktop display to improve the user experience. Improving image quality is helpful in maintaining a consistent user experience when network connection is less than optimal. Examples of Client Drive Redirection Options for Linux DesktopsConfigure client drive redirection (CDR) options to determine whether a local system's shared folders and drives can be accessed from the remote Linux desktops.