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Managing Policy Group

Scenario

Create policy groups to customize and plan a group of policies from the following perspectives:
  • Peripherals
  • Audio
  • Client
  • Display
  • Files&Clipboard
  • Session
  • Bandwidth
  • Watermark
  • Keyboard&Mouse
  • Audio and Video Bypass
  • Personalized Data Mgmt

Procedure

Creating Managing Policy Group

  1. Log in to the Workspace management console.
  2. Click Policy.

    The Policy page is displayed.

  3. Click Advanced View.
  4. Click Create.

    The Create Policy Group page is displayed.

  5. Set Policy Group Name.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Set the peripherals policies. Table 1 shows the peripherals policies.

    • indicates that the policy is enabled.
    • indicates that the policy is disabled.
    Table 1 Peripherals policies

    Policy Type

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    USB Port Redirection

    USB Port Redirection

    Users can use USB devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Disabled

    Graphics Devices (such as scanners)

    Users can use USB graphics devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Enabled

    Video Devices (such as cameras)

    Users can use USB video devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Disabled

    Print Devices (such as printers)

    Users can use USB print devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Enabled

    Storage Devices (such as USB flash drives)

    Users can use USB storage devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Enabled

    Wireless Devices (such as bluetooth)

    Users can use wireless devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Disabled

    Network Devices (such as wireless NIC)

    Users can use network devices by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Disabled

    Smart Card (such as Ukey)

    Users can use smart cards by setting the USB port redirection mode on desktops.

    Enabled

    Remove Smart Card To Disconnect Session

    Users can remove smart cards to disconnect user sessions.

    Disabled

    Other USB Devices

    Users can use other USB devices (excluding graphics devices, video devices, printers, storage devices, and smart cards) connected to TCs by using USB port redirection .

    Enabled

    USB Port Redirection Customization Policy

    Users can customize USB policies using the ID or CLASS customization policy. Use vertical bars (|) to separate multiple policies and store them in a configuration file as complete strings. The string can contain a maximum of 1024 character, excluding invalid characters, such as "!@#$%^&*()>? and spaces. Format example:
    • Customized ID policy format:

      ID:VID:PID:isShare:isCompress

      NOTE:

      PID fuzzy match format(for peripherals with the same VID): ID:VID:FFFF:isShare:isCompress

    • Customized class policy format:

      CLASS:DeviceClass:DeviceSubClass:DeviceProtocol:InterfaceClass:InterfaceSubClass:InterfaceProtocol: isShare:isCompress

    • USBKEY policy format:

      USBKEY:VID:PID

    • ADV policy format:

      ADV:VID:PID:isSelectConfig:isResetInterface:isSelectInterface:isRevert

    ID:147E:2016:1:0|CLASS:08:06:50:08:06:50:1:0|USBKEY:147E:2016|ADV:78e:79f:1:1:1:1

    USB Redirection Mode

    This policy sets the USB redirection mode only for Linux TC.

    • Common mode: The client USB driver is implemented based on the user mode driver.
    • Classical mode: The client USB driver is implemented based on a kernel mode driver.

    Classical mode

    Device Redirection

    Printer Redirection

    Users can use printers connected to TCs by setting printer redirection (a policy of device redirection).

    Disabled

    Print Data Compression Mode

    • Enabled: Print Data Compression Mode is enabled.
    • Disabled: Print Data Compression Mode is disabled.

    Disabled

    Synchronize Client Default Printer

    • Enabled: Synchronize Client Default Printer is enabled.
    • Disabled: Synchronize Client Default Printer is disabled.

    Enabled

    Universal Printer Driver

    • Default
    • HDP XPSDrv Driver
    • Universal Printing PCL 5
    • Universal Printing PCL 6
    • Universal Printing PS

    When Default is selected, Universal Printing PS will be loaded if printer redirection is enabled on Linux clients, and HDP XPSDrv Driver will be loaded if printer redirection is enabled on Windows clients.

    NOTICE:

    To use the printer service, you need to ensure that all end users use SCs running the same OS to log in to Workspace.

    Default

    Session Printer

    • Enabled: After the session printer is enabled and customized policy is configured, a network sharing printer is automatically created in the session.
    • Disabled: The session printer is disabled.

    Disabled

    Session Printer Customization Policy

    Users can customize session printer policies by configuring the IP address, printer name, printer model, default printer, settings, and location. Configuration items are separated by semicolons (;), and multiple policies are separated by vertical bars (|) and form a character string to save to the configuration file. The string can contain a maximum of 1024 characters, excluding illegal characters, such as "!@#$%^&*()>?.

    • IP address: Printer server IP address, for example, 192.168.1.11. This parameter is mandatory.
    • Printer name: Printer name, for example, EPSON TM-T88IV Receipt. This parameter is mandatory.
    • Printer model: Printer driver model, for example, EPSON TM-T88IV ReceiptSC4. This parameter is mandatory.
    • Default printer: If the value is 0, the printer is not a default printer; if the value is 1, the printer is used as a default printer. This parameter is mandatory.
    • Settings: If the value is 0, the printer is not a network shared printer; if the value is 1, the printer is used as a network port printer. This parameter is mandatory.
    • Location: Printer location matching. Partial matching and full matching of client IP addresses, MAC addresses, and TC host names are supported at present, for example, full matching of IP:192.168.1.12 and partial matching of IP:192.168, partial matching of MAC:00-ac, and full matching of HOSTNAME:huawei-vdesktop. If location matching is not required, set the parameter to 0.

    192.168.1.11;EPSON TM-T88IV Receipt;EPSON TM-T88IV ReceiptSC4;1;0;IP:192.168.1.12

    Camera Redirection

    Users can use cameras connected to TCs by setting camera redirection (a policy of device redirection).

    Disabled

    Camera Frame Rate(fps)

    Value range: 1 to 30.

    15

    Camera Maximum Width(pixel)

    Value range: 1 to 9999.

    640

    Camera Maximum Height(pixel)

    Value range: 1 to 9999.

    480

    Camera Data Compression Mode

    H.264

    H.264

    TWAIN Redirection

    Users can use TWAIN devices connected to TCs by setting TWAIN device redirection (a policy of device redirection) on desktops.

    NOTE:

    The TWAIN device driver must be installed on TCs.

    Disabled

    Image Compression Level

    This policy is used to define the compression level for TWAIN device redirection.

    • none
    • low (highest speed)
    • medium (medium speed)
    • lossless(lossless compression)
    • low-loss(low-loss compression)
    • medium-loss(medium-loss compression)
    • high-loss(high-loss compression)

    medium (medium speed)

    PC/SC Smart Card Redirection

    Users can use smart cards connected to TCs by setting PC/SC smart card redirection (a policy of device redirection) on desktops.

    Disabled

    Remove Smart Card To Disconnect Session

    Users can remove smart cards to disconnect user sessions.

    Disabled

    HID(Human Interface Device) Redirection

    Users can use human interface device redirection on desktops.

    Disabled

    HID Redirection Customization Policy

    Users can use human interface devices (HIDs) by customizing HID redirection.

    -

    Serial Port Redirection

    Serial Port Redirection

    Users can use serial port devices connected to TCs by setting serial port redirection on desktops.

    Disabled

    Auto Connect Client Serial Ports

    When users log in to desktops, serial ports on TCs are automatically enable to prevent the serial ports from being used by other local programs.

    Disabled

    LPT Redirection

    LPT Redirection

    When users log in to desktops, serial ports on TCs cannot be automatically enabled to prevent the serial ports from being used by other local programs.

    Disabled

  8. Set the audio policies. Table 2 shows the audio policies.

    Table 2 Audio policies

    Policy Type

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Audio Redirection

    Audio Redirection

    The applications on desktops can use audio devices on terminals to record and play audios.

    Enabled

    Play Volume

    The policy is used to set the audio broadcasting volume.

    Do Not Set Volume

    Play Volume Ratio

    The policy is used to set the audio broadcasting volume by ratio. It is a volume optimization policy.

    Do Not Set Volume Ratio

    Record Volume

    The policy is used to set the audio recording volume. The audio recording volume is set to 100 by default, indicating the original sound volume value (optimal in voice call scenarios).

    100

    Record Volume Ratio

    The policy is used to set the audio recording volume by ratio. It is a volume optimization policy.

    Do Not Set Volume Ratio

    Audio Transmission Mode

    • Reliable Transmission: Audio data is transmitted through the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). This mode is recommended for local area networks (LANs) especially.
    • Real Time Transmission: Audio data is transmitted through the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP). This mode is not recommended.

    Reliable Transmission

    Play Redirection

    Play Redirection

    This option takes effect after the audio redirection is enabled. It controls the broadcasting switch separately.

    • Enabled: End users can play broadcasting normally after the broadcasting redirection is enabled.
    • Disabled: After the broadcasting redirection is disabled, the system has no sound when end users play broadcasting.

    Enabled

    Play Classification

    • LossLess: The audio quality is the best, but the bandwidth occupation is the highest. This scenario is recommended when the network bandwidth is sufficient and the network is stable and reliable. In generally, this scenario is not recommended.
    • Speech Call: The best voice call processing capability can be provided and the bandwidth occupation is the lowest, but the music processing capability is common. Customers who focus on voice calls can select this scenario.
    • Music Play: The best music processing capability can be provided and the bandwidth occupation is medium, but the voice call processing capability is common. Customers who focus on music or entertainment can select this scenario.
    • Automatic Identification: It can detect users' behaviors (voice call or music playing). The accuracy rate exceeds 90%. The system will switch to the best algorithm based on users' behaviors.

    Music Play

    Play Quality

    The broadcasting quality is used together with the broadcasting scenario. In the same broadcasting scenario, the broadcasting quality can be adjusted and has three levels: high, medium, and low.

    Middle

    Play Denoising

    This function is used in special broadcasting environments. Before using the function, you need to perform verification tests. This function is not recommended for non-professional audio personnel.

    Disabled Denoising

    Play AGC

    This function is used in special broadcasting environments. Before using the function, you need to perform verification tests. This function is not recommended for non-professional audio personnel.

    Disabled AGC

    Play CRC

    This is a retained item. This function can be used when real-time transmission is selected.

    Disabled CRC

    Play Device Mode

    • Play Device In Shared Mode: In this mode, audio devices have strong compatibility and support multiple instances.
    • Play Device In Exclusive Mode: The audio device only uses the Huawei Desktop Protocol (HDP) protocol as the audio protocol.

    Play Device In Shared Mode

    Play Delay Threshold

    When the specific volume of audio data exists in the broadcasting buffer, mute detection is started to control the latency threshold. This policy is the latency optimization policy. When the policy is modified, related tests need to be performed.

    240

    Play Amplitude Threshold

    This is a retained item. When the audio waveform amplitude is lower than the preset threshold, the audio is mute. This item is a policy item mapped with the broadcasting latency threshold function.

    4096

    Play Prefill Data

    Before music is played, a small amount of data is prefilled to improve interruptions caused by network jitter.

    Do Not Prefill Data

    Record Redirection

    Record Redirection

    This option takes effect after the audio redirection is enabled. Independent control recording switch.

    • Enabled: End users can make recording normally after the recording redirection is enabled.
    • Disabled: After the recording redirection is disabled, the system has no sound when end users make recording.

    Enabled

    Record Classification

    • LossLess: The audio quality is the best, but the bandwidth occupation is the highest. This scenario is recommended when the network bandwidth is sufficient and the network is stable and reliable.
    • Speech Call: The best voice call processing capability can be provided and the bandwidth occupation is the lowest, but the music processing capability is common. Recording is generally voice recording.
    • Music Record: This is a retained item. Music playing is rare in this recording scenario.
    • Automatic Identification: This is a retained item. This scenario is the same as the voice call scenario currently.

    Speech Call

    Record Quality

    The recording quality is used together with the recording scenario. In the same recording scenario, the recording quality can be adjusted and has three levels: high, medium, and low.

    Middle

    Record Denoising

    You can enable this function as required because high-level noise reduction will have negative impacts. In the voice call scenario, the background noise can be reduced. The larger the negative number is, the higher the noise reduction level is.

    -25

    Record AGC

    This function is used in special recording environments. Before using the function, you need to perform verification tests. This function is not recommended for non-professional audio personnel.

    Disabled AGC

    Record CRC

    This is a retained item. This function can be used when real-time transmission is selected.

    Disabled CRC

    Record Device Mode

    • Record Device In Shared Mode: In this mode, audio devices have strong compatibility and support multiple instances.
    • Record Device In Exclusive Mode: The audio device only uses the HDP protocol as the audio protocol. This mode is not recommended generally.

    Record Device In Shared Mode

    Record Delay Threshold

    When the specific volume of audio data exists in the recording buffer, mute detection is started to control the latency threshold. This policy is the latency optimization policy. When the policy is modified, related tests need to be performed.

    200

    Record Amplitude Threshold

    This is a retained item. When the audio waveform amplitude is lower than the preset threshold, the audio is mute. This item is a policy item mapped with the recording latency threshold function.

    4096

  9. Set the client policies. Table 3 shows the display policies.

    Table 3 Client policies

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Automatic Reconnection Interval (Unit: s)

    Period before the next connection attempt after the client is disconnected. The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 50.

    5

    Session Persistence Time (Unit: s)

    Maximum automatic reconnection attempts after the client is disconnected. The value is an integer ranging from 0 to 180.

    180

    Shut down the local monitor automatically after the screen is locked

    • Enabled: If this function is enabled, the monitor is automatically shut down when the wait time of automatic monitor shutdown is due after the screen is locked and no keyboard or mouse operation is performed.
      NOTE:

      It doesn't work with nested login.

    • Disabled: The function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Wait time of automatic monitor shutdown (Unit: s)

    Waiting time before automatic screen shutdown after the desktop screen is locked. The value ranges from 10 to 600000.

    300

  10. Set the display policies. Table 4 shows the display policies.

    Table 4 Display policies

    Policy Type

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Display

    Display Policy Grade

    • LEVEL1: applies to network bandwidth lower than 512 Kbit/s. It can be used only for light-load office scenarios, such as browsing text documents. The display quality of this grade is low.
    • LEVEL2: applies to network bandwidth lower than 1 Mbit/s. It can be used only for light-load office scenarios, such as browsing text documents and static images. The display quality of this grade is better than that of Grade 1.
    • LEVEL3: applies to network bandwidth lower than 4 Mbit/s. It can be used for medium-load office scenarios, such as browsing documents, images, and dynamic web pages.
    • LEVEL4: applies to network bandwidth lower than 20 Mbit/s. It can be used to play standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD) videos. This grade balances the display quality and bandwidth requirement.
    • LEVEL5: applies to network bandwidth higher than 20 Mbit/s. This grade delivers the optimal video playback effect.

    LEVEL4

    Display Frame Rate(fps)

    Frame rate in non-video scenarios. Increasing this value improves image and operation smoothness but consumes more network bandwidth and CPU resources. The value ranges from 1 to 60.

    25

    Video Frame Rate(fps)

    Frame rate in video scenarios. Increasing this value improves video playback smoothness but consumes more network bandwidth and CPU resources. For GPU desktops, increasing this value increases the GPU workload during video playback. The value ranges from 1 to 60.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is unavailable after the HDP Plus or Rendering Acceleration parameter is enabled.

    30

    Bandwidth

    Maximum bandwidth for a single user during peak hours. The value ranges from 256 to 25000.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is unavailable after the HDP Plus or Rendering Acceleration parameter is enabled.

    20000

    Image Compression Parameters

    Min. Capacity for Image Cache (MB)

    Minimum capacity for image cache, expressed in MB. Increasing this value reduces required bandwidth but consumes more client memory resources. If the parameter is set to a value smaller than 50, the cache function is disabled. The value ranges from 0 to 300.

    200

    Lossy Compression Recognition Threshold

    Threshold for recognizing image complexity. Decreasing this value increases image quality but consumes more network bandwidth resources. The value ranges from 0 to 255.

    NOTE:

    This parameter can be used to adjust the quality of static images only.

    60

    Lossless Compression Mode

    Lossless image compression algorithm. You can select Basic Compression or Deep Compression. When you compress the same picture, basic compression features a low compression ratio and CPU usage.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is unavailable after the HDP Plus or Rendering Acceleration parameter is enabled.

    Basic Compression

    Deep Compression Level

    Image compression algorithm. This parameter is available after deep compression is used. A higher compression level means a higher compression ratio and CPU usage but lower bandwidth usage. Grade 0 indicates a copy operation and no compression is involved. This level consumes the least CPU resources but the most bandwidth resources.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is unavailable after the HDP Plus or Rendering Acceleration parameter is enabled.

    Compression grade 0

    Lossy Compression Quality

    Image quality after lossy compression. Increasing this value improves image quality.

    85

    Color Enhancement for Office Work

    The color enhancement for office work.

    Disabled

    Video Compression Parameters

    Quality/Bandwidth First

    Video compression mode. 0 indicates quality first, and 1 indicates bandwidth first.

    • Quality First: preferentially compresses videos with fixed quality. If you select Quality First, the values of parameters Average Video QualityLowest Video QualityHighest Video Quality, and Peak Video Bit Rate take effect.
    • Bandwidth First: preferentially compresses videos at a constant bit rate. If you select Bandwidth First, the values of parameters Average Video Bit Rate and Peak Video Bit Rate take effect.

    Quality First

    Average Video Bit Rate (Kbps)

    The video compression algorithm parameter, expressed in Kbps. Increasing this value in Bandwidth First mode improves display quality. The value ranges from 256 to 100000.

    NOTE:

    After HDP Plus is enabled for GPU desktops, the Average Video Bit Rate and Peak Video Bit Rate cannot be lower than 5000. Otherwise, the bit rate limit becomes invalid.

    20000

    Peak Video Bit Rate (Kbps)

    Video compression algorithm parameter, expressed in Kbps. Increasing this value improves display quality. The value ranges from 256 to 100000.

    NOTE:

    After HDP Plus is enabled for GPU desktops, the Average Video Bit Rate and Peak Video Bit Rate cannot be lower than 5000. Otherwise, the bit rate limit becomes invalid.

    20000

    Average Video Quality

    Average quality coefficient of videos. In Quality First mode, increasing this value decreases display quality. The value ranges from 5 to 59.

    15

    Lowest Video Quality

    Lower limit of video quality. In Quality First mode, increasing this value decreases display quality. The value ranges from 5 to 69.

    25

    Highest Video Quality

    Upper limit of video quality. In Quality First mode, increasing this value decreases display quality. The value ranges from 1 to 59.

    7

    GOP Size

    Video compression algorithm parameter. Decreasing this value improves video quality but consumes more bandwidth resources. It is recommended that this value be 1 to 2 times the video frame rate. The value ranges from 0 to 65535.

    100

    Encoding Preset

    Video compression algorithm parameter. A smaller value means a faster encoding speed and better smoothness but poorer image quality and higher bandwidth usage.

    Preset 1

    HDP Plus

    • Enable: enables HDP Plus GPU acceleration.
    • Disable: disables HDP Plus GPU acceleration.

    Disabled

    Rendering Acceleration

    • Enable: enables rendering acceleration to improve smoothness.
    • Disable: disables rendering acceleration.

    Disabled

    Video Optimization

    • Enable: enables video optimization to improve smoothness.
    • Disable: disables video optimization.

    Disabled

    GPU Color Optimization

    • Enable: enables GPU color optimization to increase color reproduction in video/office hybrid scenarios.
    • Disable: disables GPU color optimization.

    Disabled

    Video Recognition Threshold

    Number of frames required when you enter or switch a video. It is easier to enter or exit a video as the value increases. The value ranges from 0 to 500.

    10

    Frame Rate Statistical Length

    Number of statistical frames during the video detection phase. It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 2 to 100.

    4

    Image Quality Threshold

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    0

    Refresh Frequency Threshold

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 1 to 100.

    3

    Threshold of Exiting Video Area

    It is easier to exit a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    8

    Min. Video Width

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0 to 1280.

    191

    Min. Video Length

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0 to 1280.

    191

    Threshold of the Single-Frame Natural Image Block Percentage

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0.000001 to 1.

    0.3

    Number of Cyclical Natural Images

    It is easier to enter a video as the value decreases. The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    2

    Threshold of the Non-Natural Image Area Percentage

    It is more difficult to exit a video as the value increases. The value ranges from 0.000001 to 1.

    0.85

    Number of Non-Natural Images

    It is more difficult to exit a video as the value increases. The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    25

    Adaptive Bitrate Control

    Adaptive Bitrate Control

    • Enable: enables adaptive bitrate control.
    • Disable: disables adaptive bitrate control.

    Disabled

    Expected Average Network Latency (ms)

    The adaptive bitrate control latency threshold. If the latency exceeds the threshold, display quality decreases. If the latency is lower than the threshold, display quality increases. The value ranges from 1 to 2000.

    160

    Network Latency Threshold 1 (ms)

    Adaptive bitrate control threshold 1. The value ranges from 1 to 2000.

    160

    Network Latency Threshold 2 (ms)

    Adaptive bitrate control threshold 2. The value ranges from 1 to 2000.

    300

    Min. Dynamic Frame Rate (fps)

    Sefault minimum dynamic frame rate. The value ranges from 1 to 60.

    17

    Min. Dynamic Frame Rate Lv1 (fps)

    Minimum dynamic frame rate level 1. The value ranges from 1 to 60.

    17

    Min. Dynamic Frame Rate Lv2 (fps)

    Minimum dynamic frame rate level 2. The value ranges from 1 to 60.

    10

    Adaptive Bandwidth Lower Limit (Kbps)

    Lower bandwidth limit of adaptive bitrate control. If the value decreases, the minimum bandwidth allowed by adaptive bitrate control decreases accordingly. The value ranges from 100 to 20000.

    500

    Adaptive Lossy Compression Quality Lower Limit

    Lower limit of JPEG compression QoS, namely, the poorest JPEG quality allowed by adaptive bitrate control. The quality deteriorates as the value decreases. The value ranges from 1 to 100.

    60

    Adaptive Lossy Compression Quality Upper Limit

    Upper limit of JPEG compression QoS, namely, the best JPEG quality allowed by adaptive bitrate control. The quality deteriorates as the value decreases. The value ranges from 1 to 100.

    85

    Adaptive Lossy Compression Quality Increase Limit

    Increase limit of JPEG compression QoS, namely, the maximum JPEG quality increase allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. JPEG quality improves faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 100.

    5

    Adaptive Lossy Compression Quality Decrease Limit

    Decrease limit of JPEG compression QoS, namely, the maximum JPEG quality decrease allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. JPEG quality deteriorates faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 100.

    10

    Adaptive Video Average Quality Lower Limit

    Lower limit of the average video compression quality, namely, the best average video quality allowed by adaptive bitrate control. Video quality improves as the value decreases. The value ranges from 5 to 50.

    15

    Adaptive Video Average Quality Upper Limit

    Upper limit of the average video compression quality, namely, the poorest average video quality allowed by adaptive bitrate control. Video quality improves as the value decreases. The value ranges from 5 to 50.

    25

    Adaptive Video Average Quality Increase Limit

    Increase limit of average video compression quality, namely, the maximum video quality increase allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. Video quality deteriorates faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 50.

    3

    Adaptive Video Average Quality Decrease Limit

    Decrease limit of average video compression quality, namely, the maximum video quality decrease allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. Video quality improves faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 50.

    1

    Adaptive Video Min. Quality Lower Limit

    Lower limit of the poorest video compression quality. This parameter pairs with Adaptive Video Average Quality Lower Limit. Video quality improves as the value decreases. The value ranges from 5 to 69.

    25

    Adaptive Video Min. Quality Upper Limit

    Upper limit of the poorest video compression quality. This parameter pairs with Adaptive Video Average Quality Upper Limit. Video quality improves as the value decreases. The value ranges from 5 to 69.

    30

    Adaptive Video Min. Quality Increase Limit

    Increase limit of the poorest video compression quality, namely, the maximum video quality increase allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. Video quality deteriorates faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 50.

    3

    Adaptive Video Min. Quality Decrease Limit

    Decrease limit of the poorest video compression quality, namely, the maximum video quality decrease allowed by adaptive bitrate control each time. Video quality improves faster as the value increases. The value ranges from 1 to 50.

    1

    Duplicate Display

    Duplicate Display

    • Enable: After duplicate display is enabled, you can use duplicate display application tray or invoke duplicate display interface to initiate duplicate display on the desktop.
    • Disable: After duplicate display is disabled, you cannot initiate duplicate display on the desktop.

    Disabled

    Default Mapping Order

    After duplicate display is enabled, a screen is displayed on the terminal according to the mapping priority.

    1,2,3,4

    Duplicate Display Mode

    • One-to-One: initiates the duplicate display request to one terminal.
    • One-to-Many: initiates the duplicate display request to multiple terminals.

    One-to-One

  11. Set the file and Clipboard policies. Table 5 shows the file and Clipboard policies.

    Table 5 File and Clipboard policies

    Policy Type

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    File Redirection

    File Redirection

    • READ ONLY: Only reads the redirected client files.
    • READ AND WRITE: Reads and writes the redirected client files.
    • Disable: Redirecting client files is disabled.

    Disabled

    Fluid Control Switch

    • Enabled: Fluid control switch is enabled.
    • Disabled: Fluid control switch is disabled.

    Disabled

    Good Network Latency(ms)

    Threshold of Good network latency. Value range: 1 to 1000.

    30

    Normal Network Latency(ms)

    Threshold of Normal network latency. Value range: 1 to 1000.

    70

    Poor Network Latency(ms)

    Threshold of Poor network latency. Value range: 1 to 1000.

    100

    Reducing Step(KB)

    Step of reducing the transmission speed. Value range: 1 to 100.

    20

    Slow Increasing Step(KB)

    Slow step of increasing the transmission speed. Value range: 1 to 100.

    10

    Quick Increasing Step(KB)

    Quick step of increasing the transmission speed. Value range: 1 to 100.

    20

    Start Speed(KB/s)

    Initial transmission speed. Value range: 1 to 10240.

    1024

    Test Block Size(KB)

    Block size of speed testing. Value range: 64 to 1024.

    64

    Test Time Gap(ms)

    Gap of testing. Value range: 1000 to 100000.

    10000

    Compression Switch

    • Enabled: Compression switch is enabled.
    • Disabled: Compression switch is disabled.

    Disabled

    Compression Threshold(Byte)

    Value range: 0 to 10240.

    512

    Minimum Compression Rate

    Value range: 0 to 1000.

    900

    File Size Supported by Linux

    • Enabled: File size supported by Linux is enabled.
    • Disabled: File size supported by Linux is disabled.

    Disabled

    File Size Threshold Supported by Linux(MB)

    Value range: 0 to 4096.

    0

    Linux Root Directory Mount Switch

    • Enabled: Linux root directory is mounted.
    • Disabled: Linux root directory is not mounted.

    Disabled

    Linux File System Mount Path

    The maximum length is 256 characters, expressed in UTF-8 string format.

    \media|\Volumes|\swdb\mnt|\home

    Linux Fixed Drive File System Format

    The maximum length is 256 characters, expressed in UTF-8 string format.

    -

    Linux Removable Drive File System Format

    The maximum length is 256 characters, expressed in UTF-8 string format.

    vfat|ntfs|msdos|fuseblk

    Linux CD-ROM Drive File System Format

    The maximum length is 256 characters, expressed in UTF-8 string format.

    cd9660|iso9660|udf

    Linux Network Drive File System Format

    The maximum length is 256 characters, expressed in UTF-8 string format.

    smbfs|afpfs|cifs

    Path Separator

    Single ASCII character.

    |

    Client Fixed Driver (such as local disk)

    • Enabled: Redirect client local partitions.
    • Disabled: Redirect client local partitions.
      NOTE:

      When File Redirection is disabled, this function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Client Removable Driver (such as USB flash drives)

    • Enabled: Redirect client removable drivers, such as USB and removable hard disks.
    • Disabled: Redirect client removable drivers, such as USB and removable hard disks.
      NOTE:

      When File Redirection is disabled, this function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Client Disc Driver

    • Enabled: Redirect client disc drivers.
    • Disabled: Redirect client disc drivers.
      NOTE:

      When File Redirection is disabled, this function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Client Network Driver

    • Enabled: Redirect client network drivers.
    • Disabled: Redirect client network drivers.
    NOTE:

    When File Redirection is disabled, this function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Send File In Virtual Machine to Client

    • Enabled: Allow Sending File In Virtual Machine to Client.
    • Disabled: No Sending File In Virtual Machine to Client.

    Disabled

    Read Write Speed(Kbps)

    When the File Redirection and Send File In Virtual Machine to Client are disabled, this function is disabled.

    0 means no speed limit, the other is to set the read and write speed. The default minimum speed is 32Kbps. When the speed is less than 32Kbps, use the default minimum value.

    0

    Clipboard Redirection

    Clipboard Redirection

    • Server to client: Enable the clipboard function from servers to clients: After this function is enabled, end users can copy data on desktops and paste the data on clients, but cannot copy data from clients to desktops. This function is the unidirectional clipboard function from servers to the clients.
    • Client to server: Enable the clipboard function from clients to servers: After this function is enabled, end users can copy data on clients and paste the data on desktops, but cannot copy data from desktops to clients. This function is the unidirectional clipboard function from clients to the servers.
    • Enable bidirection: Enable the bidirectional clipboard function: After this function is enabled, end users can copy data on clients and paste the data on desktops, or copy data from desktops to clients. This function is the directional clipboard function between clients and servers.
    • Disabled: Redirect clipboard is disabled.

    Disabled

    Clipboard Rich Text Redirection

    • Enabled: The function of clipboard rich text redirection is enabled.
    • Disabled: The function of clipboard rich text redirection is disabled.

    Enabled

    Clipboard File Redirection

    • Enabled: The function of clipboard file redirection is enabled.
    • Disabled: The function of clipboard file redirection is disabled.

    Enabled

  12. Set the session policies. Table 6 shows the session policies.

    Table 6 Session policies

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Automatic screen lock

    • Enabled: After the automatic screen lock function is enabled, a desktop will automatically lock the screen if no keyboard and mouse operation is performed when the screen lock waiting time is due.
    • Disabled: The automatic screen lock function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Screen lock waiting time (minute)

    Wait time for screen automatic lock. The value ranges from 3 to 86400 minutes. The default value is 10 minutes.

    10

    Automatic disconnection or logout

    • Automatic disconnection: After the automatic screen lock function is enabled and the automatic disconnection is enabled as well, a desktop will automatically disconnect if no keyboard and mouse operation is performed when the disconnection or logout waiting time is due.
    • Automatic logout: After the automatic screen lock function is enabled and the automatic logout is enabled as well, a desktop will automatically log out if no keyboard and mouse operation is performed when the disconnection or logout waiting time is due.
    • Disabled: The automatic disconnection and logout function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Disconnection or logout waiting time (minute)

    Wait time for desktop automatic disconnection or logout. The value ranges from 1 to 86400 minutes.

    1440

    Automatic logout after disconnection

    • Enable: Automatic logout after disconnection function is enabled. When the waiting time is due, a disconnected desktop will automatically log out.
    • Disable: Automatic logout after disconnection function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Waiting time for automatic logout after disconnection (minute)

    Waiting time for automatic logout after a desktop is disconnected. The value ranges from 3 to 1440 minutes.

    10

  13. Set the bandwidth policies. Table 7 shows the bandwidth policies.

    Table 7 Bandwidth policies

    Policy Type

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Total Bandwidth Control

    Total Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The total bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The total bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Total Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 10000 to 50000.

    30000

    Display Bandwidth Control

    Display Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Display Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 500 to 50000.

    20000

    Display Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Display Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    65

    MultiMedia Bandwidth Control

    MultiMedia Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    MultiMedia Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 5000 to 20000.

    15000

    MultiMedia Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    MultiMedia Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    50

    USB Bandwidth Control

    USB Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    USB Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 1000 to 30000.

    30000

    USB Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    USB Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    100

    PCSC Bandwidth Control

    PCSC Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    PCSC Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 1000 to 5000.

    2000

    PCSC Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    PCSC Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    5

    TWAIN Bandwidth Control

    TWAIN Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    TWAIN Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 2000 to 10000.

    5000

    TWAIN Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    TWAIN Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    15

    Printer Bandwidth Control

    Printer Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Printer Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 1000 to 5000.

    2000

    Printer Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Printer Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    5

    COM Bandwidth Control

    COM Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    COM Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 500 to 2000.

    1000

    COM Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    COM Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    3

    File Redirection Bandwidth Control

    File Redirection Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    File Redirection Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 500 to 20000.

    10000

    File Redirection Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    File Redirection Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    30

    Clipboard Bandwidth Control

    Clipboard Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Clipboard Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 100 to 2000.

    1000

    Clipboard Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Clipboard Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    3

    Secure Channel Bandwidth Control

    Secure Channel Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Secure Channel Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 500 to 20000.

    10000

    Secure Channel Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Secure Channel Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    30

    Flash Bandwidth Control

    Flash Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Flash Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 1000 to 10000.

    5000

    Flash Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Flash Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    15

    Camera Bandwidth Control

    Camera Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Camera Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 0 to 10000.

    10000

    Camera Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Camera Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    30

    Virtual Channel Bandwidth Control

    Virtual Channel Bandwidth Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Virtual Channel Bandwidth Control Value(Kbps)

    The value ranges from 500 to 50000.

    20000

    Virtual Channel Bandwidth Percentage Control

    • Enabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is enabled.
    • Disabled: The bandwidth percentage control function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Virtual Channel Bandwidth Percentage Control Value(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100.

    65

  14. Set the watermark policies. Table 8 shows the watermark policies.

    • indicates that the policy is enabled.
    • indicates that the policy is disabled.
    Table 8 Watermark policies

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Watermark

    • Enable: If the function is enabled, the watermark will be displayed on the screen after a user accesses a desktop.
    • Disable: The function is disabled.

    Disabled

    Show Style

    • Fixed position: The watermark is displayed in a fixed position on the screen.
    • Random motion: The watermark moves randomly on the screen every 2 seconds.

    Random motion

    Color

    When the main switch is enabled, you can edit the color.

    #2a2a2a

    Opacity(%)

    The value ranges from 0 to 100. 0 means completely transparent and 100 means completely opaque.

    -

    Number

    The number of watermarks. When the Display Mode is set to Fixed position, you can configure this item. The value ranges from 1 to 7.

    -

    Custom

    The content can contain only digits, uppercase letters, lowercase letters, Chinese character, and some special characters, and cannot exceed 45 characters. After you customize the content, the desktop screen displays the watermark "Customized content Login username desktop time."

    For example, if the customized content is set to CopyRight, the watermark is CopyRight administrator Wed Jan 06 01:01:01 2016.

    -

  15. Set the keyboard and mouse policies. Table 9 shows the keyboard and mouse policies.

    Table 9 Keyboard and mouse policies

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    VM Mouse Feedback

    • Adapt Mouse Feedback
    • Force Mouse Feedback
    • Disable Mouse Feedback

    Adapt Mouse Feedback

    VM Mouse Simulation Mode

    • Absolute Position Simulate
    • Relative Position Simulate

    Absolute Position Simulate

    VM External Cursor Feedback

    • Enable: The function of desktop external cursor feedback is enabled.
    • Disable: The function of desktop external cursor feedback is disabled.

    Disabled

    Windows Client Keyboard Mode

    • Windows Client Keyboard Global Mode
    • Windows Client Keyboard Window Mode

    Windows Client Keyboard Global Mode

    Windows Client Mouse Mode

    • Windows Client Mouse Global Mode
    • Windows Client Mouse Window Mode

    Windows Client Mouse Window Mode

    Special Keyboard

    • Enable: The function of special keyboard is enabled.
    • Disable: The function of special keyboard is disabled.

    Disabled

  16. Set the audio and video bypass policies. Table 10 shows the audio and video bypass policies.

    • indicates that the policy is enabled.
    • indicates that the policy is disabled.
    Table 10 Audio and video bypass policies

    Policy Parameter

    Policy Description

    Recommended Value

    Audio and Video Bypass

    • Enable: The function of common audio and video policy is enabled.
    • Disable: The function of common audio and video policy is disabled.

    Disabled

    Software Path

    This policy is used to configure the path and start parameters for software that uses common audio and video policies. Use semicolons (;) to separate multiple software paths. If a path includes spaces, use double quotation marks ("") to quote the path.

    C:\Windows\System32\notepad.exe hello.txt;"C:\Program Files (x86)\Notepad++.exe" hello.txt;

  17. Set the personalized data management policies. Table 11 shows the personalized data management policies.

    • indicates that the policy is enabled.
    • indicates that the policy is disabled.
      Table 11 Personalized data management policies

      Policy Type

      Policy Parameter

      Policy Description

      Recommended Value

      Path for Managing Personalized Data

      Path for Managing Personalized Data

      Path for storing the roamed files. If User Data Roaming Switch or User Folder Redirection Switch is enabled, this value cannot be empty.

      NOTE:

      The shared directory must be Everyone permission.

      \\192.168.1.10\Roaming

      User Data Roaming

      User Data Roaming Switch

      • Enable: roams the user's personalized data and configured files (folders) to the configured network location. The network location for storing the roamed files is required for enabling this function.
      • Disable: The function of user data roaming policy is disabled.

      Disabled

      Local Path of Roamed Files (Folders)

      The path of the files or folders to be roamed in the user configuration files. Only the files and folders under the AppData directory are supported. Wildcard characters are supported. If you want to add multiple paths, separate them from each other using semicolons (;).

      AppData\Local;AppData\LocalLow

      User Folder Redirection

      User Folder Redirection Switch

      • Enable: enables this function stores user data to a directory on the network instead of a local host. A separate directory needs to be configured for redirection.
      • Disable: The function of user folder redirection policy is disabled.
      NOTE:

      If roaming and redirection are configured for the same directory, user folder redirection is implemented preferentially.

      Disabled

      Configuration File Processing

      Delete User Configuration File upon Session Logoff

      • Enable: The locally stored user configuration file is automatically deleted upon user logout.
      • Disable: The locally stored user configuration file is not deleted upon user logout.

      Disabled

      Network Drive Mapping

      Network Drive Mapping Switch

      • Enable: The function of network drive mapping is enabled.
      • Disable: The function of network drive mapping is disabled.

      Disabled

      Network Drive Mapping Path

      This policy configures a valid network drive path, which is used to automatically mount to the user's desktop. Both public and private network drives can be mapped. If a private network drive is mapped, a user's directory is generated in the shared path and the user is granted the exclusive rights of the directory.

      For example:

      • Public Network Drive:\\192.168.1.10\NasDisk
      • Private Network Drive\:\\192.168.1.10\NasDisk\%username%.
      NOTE:

      The shared directory must be Everyone permission.

      -

      Drive Letter

      The default is empty. The available drive letter is automatically selected when the default value of drive letter is empty.

      -

  18. Click Next.
  19. Set Object type as required, and select objects.
  20. Click Finish.

    The policy group is created.

Managing Policy Group

  1. In the policy group list, adjust the priority of policy groups, or edit or delete policy groups.

    NOTE:
    • Click  in the Priority column to set the priority of policy groups.
    • Click Edit in the Operation column to edit a policy group.
    • Click Delete in the Operation column to delete a manually created policy group. The Default policy group cannot be deleted.

Synchronizing Policies to the HDC

  1. Click Publish all policies to HDC in the upper-right corner of the Advanced View page.

    If Synchronize policy to HDC successfully. is displayed, the operation is successful.