Configuring your client settings
You can configure the client in the following ways:
- Map client drives. This enables you
to work with files stored on your own machine during an ICA session, then store them
either locally or on the server. If your server does not support drive mapping or is not
configured to use drive mapping, this option does not appear in the ICA Settings
dialog box. To map a client drive, select Settings then Drive Mapping.
- Map client printers, so that
you can print to local or network printers, or to a file. To map a client printer,
select Settings then Printer Mapping. Note that if you are in a J2SE environment your printers
are auto-detected and you do not therefore need to map them. If you are unsure what type of Java
environment you are working in, check with your system administrator.
- Change firewall and security settings. To do this, select Settings then Firewall Settings.
- Change the client name. To do this, select
Settings then General.
- Improve performance on bandwidth-limited
connections by bitmap caching. To do this, select Settings then Bitmap Cache.
- Change the keyboard layout or type. To do this,
select Settings then General.
- Change the default hotkeys that control client behavior and act as substitutes
for the standard Windows hotkeys. To do this, select
Settings then Hotkeys.