Use an administrator account to configure the Desktop Lock. This must be the same account that you used for the installation.
This document assumes you have loaded both files into Group Policy, where the policies appear in Computer Configuration or User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) > Citrix Components.
When a user plugs in a USB device, that device is automatically remoted to the virtual desktop. No user interaction is required. The virtual desktop is responsible for controlling the USB device and displaying it in the user interface.
In Citrix Receiver > Remoting client devices, enable and configure as desired the Client drive mapping policy.
In Citrix Receiver > Remoting client devices, enable and configure as desired the Client microphone policy.
Multiple monitors are fully supported by the Desktop Lock. Up to eight monitors are supported.
A virtual desktop is displayed across all monitors. The primary monitor on the device becomes the primary monitor in the virtual desktop session.
Do not allow users to hibernate virtual desktops. Use Active Directory policies to prevent this.