In this blog post I cover the most common tasks in securing your VMware Horizon View deployment. Although the main objective is to provide a secure environment for your users to connect to, you should consider each suggestion relative to user productivity. You do not want to lock down the environment so much that your end users become unproductive and cannot get their daily tasks accomplished while using the environment.
After you have deployed VMware Horizon View internally as a proof of concept, and your users love it, you want to go to production with your internal deployment. Your users want remote access to their Horizon View desktops and your IT Security department has given the go-ahead approval to allow remote access to your internal Horizon View deployment. However, IT mandates that you create a controlled and secured deployment. What can you can do to ensure that you provide secure remote access to your Horizon View desktops?
On the front-end or remote side of your deployment
--> Please see the rest of the post on the blog : http://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2013/03/securing-horizon-view-5-2-deployments.html