You 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.

You can create policies for user environment settings that control a range of behaviors. Horizon Smart Policies for user environment settings are applied during login and can be refreshed during reconnect of a session. To reapply Horizon Smart Policies when a user reconnects to a session, you can configure a triggered task.

You can create policies for computer environment settings that Dynamic Environment Manager applies while end users' computers boot. Horizon Smart Policies for computer environment settings are applied during computer boot and can be refreshed during the reconnection of a session.

With Smart Policies, you can create policies that take effect only if certain conditions are met. For example, you can configure a policy that disables the client drive redirection feature if a user connects to a remote desktop from outside your corporate network.