You must install Horizon Agent on a Linux virtual machine so that Horizon Connection Server can communicate with and manage the desktops based on that virtual machine. What to read next Install Horizon Agent on a Linux Virtual MachineThis documentation page describes how to install Horizon Agent on a Linux virtual machine. Installing Horizon Agent allows you to deploy the machine as a remote desktop. Install the Real-Time Audio-Video FeatureTo install the Real-Time Audio-Video feature on a Linux machine, you must install both the V4L2Loopback driver and Horizon Agent with the audio-in and webcam redirection options included. You must include both options to complete the installation of Real-Time Audio-Video. Install a CA-signed Certificate for VMwareBlastServerBy default, the Horizon Agent for Linux installer generates a self-signed certificate for the VMwareBlastServer daemon, which handles communications with clients using the Blast display protocol. To comply with industry or security regulations, you can replace the self-signed certificate for VMwareBlastServer with a certificate that is signed by a Certificate Authority (CA). Configure a FIPS-compliant Linux Virtual MachineTo configure a Linux virtual machine that meets the requirements of the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 mode, follow the procedure described in this article. You must install Horizon Agent with FIPS mode enabled and then install a CA-signed certificate for the VMwareBlastServer daemon. Upgrade Horizon Agent on a Linux Virtual MachineYou can upgrade Horizon Agent on a Linux virtual machine by installing the latest version of Horizon Agent. Uninstall Horizon Agent From a Linux Virtual MachineTo uninstall Horizon Agent from a Linux virtual machine, you must uninstall the Horizon Agent service and software and remove certain configuration files.