NOTE: The standard version (default) is used for a single monitor display, while the Span version can
be used when extending a single session to two monitors for dual-monitor capable thin clients. The
Span version can be used when extending a single session to two monitors for dual-monitor.
Using VMware Horizon Client
Use the VMware Horizon Client window to connect to a virtual desktop . To open the VMware Horizon
Client window, perform either of the ways mentioned here:
• On the taskbar, click Start → All Programs → VMware → VMware Horizon Client.
• Double-click the VMware Horizon Client icon on the desktop.
To use the VMware Horizon Client, follow the guidelines mentioned here:
1. To add a new server, click the New Server button or Double-click the Add Server icon in the upper-
left corner of the VMware Horizon Client window.
The VMware Horizon Client dialog box is displayed.
2. In the VMware Horizon Client dialog box, enter the host name or IP address of a View Connection
Server in the Connection Server box, and then click Connect.
3. Enter your credentials, and then click Login.
4. Select a desktop from the list, and then click Connect. VMware Horizon Client connects to the
selected desktop. After connection is established, you can view the client window.
For more information, go to www.vmware.com., and refer to VMware Horizon View Client
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.
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
To configure a vWorkspace connection:
1. Log in as a user or administrator.
2. From the Start menu, click Programs → Dell 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.