Not sure I fully understand your question - but if you check the settings within the Horizon client, you should see your monitor layout (2 side by side boxes, I presume) - and you can click in the boxes (you'll see a tick) and the horizon client will then span the display to the monitor you specify.
Thanks for the reply.I have checked that option and I happened to select both the monitors. But, I still cannot move any of the window from my remote desktop to the other monitor. Even though Horizon client identifies the other monitor. On side note, I am using version 4.10 which is of course not the latest version because the latest one has some cursor problems. Like for example, you can't directly click on the link you will need to adjust the cursor space a little and click a little below the link. Sometimes, everything appears twice.
So presumably your rdp client defaults to your primary monitor, so try making your right screen the primary in the windows OS, does the rdp session then swap too? I'd look at of there's any gpo controls you can use to change it. Though I imagine you've tried this ?
Oh it's a mac , sorry,I'm short on ideas I'm afraid
Yes. I am using a mac to connect to windows computer. Earlier you mentioned to swap the monitors in the remote desktop and I tried that too. Although, Vmware Horizon client software recognizes the second screen but I could not take any of the windows from my remote desktop to the second screen. It stays either on main mac laptop or the second monitor, not on both of them