For additional options, click the options icon in the upper-right corner of the VMware Horizon Client
window. The available options are Help, Support information, About VMware Horizon Client, Configure
SSL, and Hide the selector after launching an item.
VMware Horizon Client for Windows makes easy to access your Windows virtual desktop with the best
possible user experience on the Local Area Network (LAN) or across a Wide Area Network (WAN).
The following are the features supported by VMware Horizon Client:
It Supports for Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP systems.
Unmatched performance: The adaptive capabilities of the PCoIP display protocol are optimized to
deliver the best user experience, even over low-bandwidth and high-latency connections.
Simple connectivity:
Horizon Client for Windows is tightly integrated with VMware Horizon for simple setup and
Security from any location: SSL/TLS encryption is always used to protect the credentials, and
enhanced certificate checking is performed on the client. Horizon Client for Windows supports
optional RADIUS and RSA Secure ID authentication.
For more information, see www.vmware.com/support/viewclients/doc/horizon-client-windows-release-
Configuring a vWorkspace Connection
vWorkspace is a concept in which the desktop environment of a computer is separated from the physical
computer and hosted as a virtual workspace on multiple environments, such as a virtual desktop
infrastructure (VDI), terminal servers, and/or blade PCs running in a data center.
Workspace virtualization helps group and deliver a list of applications or desktops together as a single
complete virtual workspace. It isolates and centralizes an entire computing workspace. vWorkspace
provides flexible, location and platform independent access by delivering virtual workspace from multiple
virtualization platforms.
To configure a vWorkspace connection:
1. Log in as a user or administrator.
2. From the Start menu, click ProgramsDell Wyse vWorkspace, or double-click the vWorkspace
icon on the desktop.
The vWorkspace window is displayed.
3. In the vWorkspace window, enter the vWorkspace Server IP, or your registered email address or
website address, and then press Enter.
4. To retrieve your connector configuration from vWorkspace server, provide the Username, Password,
and Domain credentials. Select the Save Credentials (encrypted) check box if you want to save your
login credentials.
5. Select your preferred vWorkspace Farm location from the following options:
Inside Office
Outside Office
6. Click Connect.
7. In the Login Credentials dialog box, enter the following credentials to connect to the vWorkspace
• Username
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