• ICA sessions always have automatic connection to attached smart card readers. When using
the Disks check box for automatic connection to connected USB sticks, use the following
– More than one disk can be used at the same time, however, the maximum number of
USB sticks including different subareas is 12.
– Be sure to save all data and sign off from the session mapping the USB stick before
removing the USB stick.
NOTE: Granular Control over USB Redirection — By default, audio, video and printer devices
will not use HDX USB for redirection. You can make selections for USB device redirection on
the Session tab of the Global Connection Settings dialog box.
3. Click ICA tab to select the check boxes you want for the options that are available to all ICA sessions.
Select the audio quality optimized for your connection.
Map to — When a drive is entered, maps a disk under the drive.
4. Click RDP and use the following guidelines:
• Enable or disable Network Level Authentication (NLA)— The NLA authentication method verifies
users before they are allowed to connect with a full Remote Desktop connection.
• Enable or disable ForceSpan— This dual-monitor feature allows you to span the session
horizontally across two monitors, thus two monitors acting as one large monitor.
• Enable or disable Terminal Service multimedia Redirection (TSMM).
• Enable or disable Record from Local (recording from local microphone).
• Enable or disable RemoteFX.
• Select the USB Redirection Type (TCX USB or RDP USB)— TCX USB is the default. To use RDP
USB, you must use a RemoteFX session. However, RDP USB is not supported using a standard