I am running the OS X view client 3.5.0 on OS X El Capitan 10.11.1 in a dual monitor setup. I use the option of "Displays have separate Spaces" and prefer to use the view client full-screen. However, I do not like the behavior in which it creates a full-screen space on **both** monitors (I prefer to have a single space on the second monitor, which I can, for example, use to permanently keep the Mac Exchange application visible, regardless of the space I am using on my primary monitor). Thus I would prefer, when taking the view client full-screen, that it would **only** create a space on my primary monitor.
Is there any way to prevent it from creating a space on the second monitor?
This is, unfortunately, not currently possible. I have submitted a feature request and suggest that anyone else who wants better multi-monitor support do the same. They already have better support in Fusion.
Yes, it's addressed in 4.0 release.
There is "Using Single Display in Full Screen" menu item, checking it will make the Full Screen only span on current display, not using all displays.