Try settings of Mouse to 'Secondary Click'.
I cofirm that the right click is working for me with the VMware View PCoIP Client for Mac 1.5 on Mac 10.6.8. I guess make sure the right click is working for you at the Mac OS it self before trying.
I have actually been trying the client and writing the post VMware View PCoIP Client for Mac 1.5 when I got across your post, so I thought to test it and post back.
Hope this help.
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Where i can set this ?
On your Mac OS, System Preferences -> Mouse -> Secondary click
Hmm This wont work with the Mouse.
Is there a config File ?
No config file. Control-click is Mac OS behavior, so it does not work in the remote windows desktop. If you want to use right-click, the only way is to enable secondary button of your mouse on Mac OS. If right-click works on your Mac OS, it should work on your remote windows desktop as well.
I have a Late 2011 MBP running OS X 10.7.5. In System Preferences > Trackpad, for the "Secondary click" item, I have:
1) The "Secondary click" check-box checked.
2) Selected "Click or tap with two fingers" in the pull-down. Alternatives are:
* Click in bottom right corner
* Click in bottom left corner
With this setup, in Horizon View Client 2.0, if I tap 2 fingers on an object (e.g. a file in Explorer), I get the
equivalent of a control-click (i.e. the right-click pop-up menu).
Hope this helps.
I have a Mac mini running OS 10.9.5, and I have VMware Horizon client version 1.7 running. I cannot get a right click to work either. The client doesn't offer anything besides ctrl-alt-del, and the standard ctrl-mouseclick doesn't translate through the VM -- it's just a mouse-click when it gets there. I looked at the previous posts, and I have no "secondary click" in my system preferences for mouse. Can anyone help?
I have a MBP 2008 running Yosemite and the latest Fusion. I didn't have right-click capability either after the Fusion upgrade.
I used the suggestion two posts up: Go to System Preferences then Trackpad. Click Tap trackpad using two fingers for secondary click.
Though I have no other options, unlike the poster above (for lower left or right corners) this worked nevertheless.
I know that this post is 6 years old, but I was in the same situation recently. So, for those who are interested, this is how I got through it.
In short, I think that if the above manipulations doesn't work, it is probably due to the anti-virus. To be sure, use Windows in safe mode, and see if the control-click works. For me it worked ! If so, be sure to delete the anti-virus and any files it may have created, choose another one and reinstall the VMware tools.
I hope it will help.