Product Documentation

Policy support list

Sep 27, 2016

Linux VDA policy support list

Studio Policy

Key Name

Type

Module

ICA keep alives

SendICAKeepAlives

computer

ICA keep alive

ICA keep alive timeout

ICAKeepAliveTimeout

computer

ICA keep alive

ICA listener port number

IcaListenerPortNumber

computer

ICA

Audio redirection bandwidth limit

LimitAudioBw

user

Audio

Client audio redirection

AllowAudioRedirection

user

Audio

Client printer redirection

AllowPrinterRedir

user

Printing

Client clipboard redirection

AllowClipboardRedir

user

Clipboard

Client USB device redirection

AllowUSBRedir

user

USB

Client USB device redirection rules

USBDeviceRules

user

USB

Moving image compression

MovingImageCompressionConfiguration

user

ThinWire

Target minimum frame rate

TargetedMinimumFramesPerSecond

user

ThinWire

Target frame rate

FramesPerSecond

user

ThinWire

Visual quality

VisualQuality

user

ThinWire

Use video codec for compression

VideoCodec

user

ThinWire

Preferred color depth for simple graphics

PreferredColorDepth

user

ThinWire

Audio quality

SoundQuality

user

Audio

Client microphone redirection

AllowMicrophoneRedir

user

Audio

Maximum number of sessions

MaximumNumberOfSessions

computer

Load Management

Concurrent logons tolerance

ConcurrentLogonsTolerance

computer

Load Management

Enable auto update of Controllers

EnableAutoUpdateOfControllers

computer

Virtual Delivery Agent Settings

Clipboard selection flags

ClipboardSelectionFlags

user

Clipboard

Primary selection flags

PrimarySelectionFlags

user

Clipboard

Max speex quality

MaxSpeexQuality 

user

Audio

Auto connect client drives

AutoConnectDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client optical drives

AllowCdromDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client fixed drives

AllowFixedDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client floppy drives

AllowFloppyDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client network drives

AllowNetworkDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client removable drives

AllowRemoveableDrives

user

File redirection/CDM

Client drive redirection

AllowDriveRedir

user

File redirection/CDM

Read-only client drive access

ReadOnlyMappedDrive

user

File redirection/CDM

New policies for Linux

Max Speex Quality

Applies to: Linux Virtual Desktop 1.4 onwards

Scope:

Value (integer): [0 ~ 10]

Use default value: 5 

Details:

Audio redirection encodes audio data with the Speex codec when audio quality is medium or low (see the policy Audio quality). Speex is a lossy codec, which means that it achieves compression at the expense of fidelity of the input speech signal. Unlike some other speech codecs, it is possible to control the tradeoff made between quality and bit-rate. The Speex encoding process is controlled most of the time by a quality parameter that ranges from 0 to 10. The higher the quality is, the higher the bit-rate.

The max Speex quality chooses the best Speex quality to encode audio data according to audio quality and bandwidth limit (see the policy Audio redirection bandwidth limit). If the audio quality is medium, the encoder is in wide band mode, which means higher sampling rate. If the audio quality is low, the encoder is in narrow band mode, which means lower sampling rate. The same Speex quality has different bit-rate in different mode. The best Speex quality is when the largest value meets the following conditions:

  • It is equal to or less than the max speex quality
  • Its bit-rate is equal to or less than the bandwidth limit

注意

Related Settings: Audio Quality, Audio redirection bandwidth limit

Primary Selection Update Mode

Applies to: Linux Virtual Desktop 1.4 and later

Scope:

Value (enum): [0, 1, 2, 3]

Use default value: 3

Details:

PRIMARY selection is used for explicit copy/paste actions such as mouse selection and middle mouse button paste. This setting controls whether PRIMARY selection changes on the Linux VDA can be updated on the client’s clipboard (and vice versa). It can include one of the following selection changes:

  • Selection changes are not updated on the client or the host.
    PRIMARY selection changes do not update a client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes do not update PRIMARY selection.
  • Host selection changes are not updated on the client.
    PRIMARY selection changes do not update a client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes update the PRIMARY selection.
  • Client selection changes are not updated on the host.
    PRIMARY selection changes update the client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes do not update the PRIMARY selection.
  • Selection changes are updated on both the client and host.
    PRIMARY selection change updates the client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes update the PRIMARY selection.

注意

Related Settings: Clipboard Selection Update Mode

Clipboard Selection Update Mode

Applies to: Linux Virtual Desktop 1.4 and later

Scope:

Value (enum): [0, 1, 2, 3]

Use default value: 3

Details:

This setting controls whether CLIPBOARD selection changes on the Linux VDA are updated on the client’s clipboard (and vice versa). It can include one of the following selection changes:

  • Selection changes are not updated on the client or the host.
    CLIPBOARD selection changes do not update a client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes do not update CLIPBOARD selection.
  • Host selection changes are not updated on the client.
    CLIPBOARD selection changes do not update a client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes update the CLIPBOARD selection.
  • Client selection changes are not updated on the host.
    CLIPBOARD selection changes update the client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes do not update the CLIPBOARD selection.
  • Selection changes are updated on both the client and host.
    CLIPBOARD selection change updates the client’s clipboard. Client clipboard changes update the CLIPBOARD selection.

注意

Related Settings: Primary Selection Update Mode