From this techzone I would say yes you should be able too.
OpenGL and NVIDIA GPU-acceleration
Where the physical PCs have NVIDIA GeForce GPU cards and are being used with OpenGL applications, NVIDIA have created a tool to accelerate Windows remote desktop use of these applications.
See https://developer.nvidia.com/designworks for more detail and to download the tool. This should be installed on the physical PC.
This solution considers the customers’ existing Active Directory, DHCP, File Server, user profile management and any other associated infrastructure is already in-place to server the physical PCs.
Horizon 7 requires a Microsoft Active Directory infrastructure for user authentication and management. Supported Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain functional levels are:
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows Server 2012
- Windows Server 2008 R2
- Windows Server 2008
The WAN connection is a critical dependency on the usability of this solution. Adding thousands of instances of remote desktop protocols to a WAN link will require a large amount of bandwidth.
Looks like there maybe a tool to download.
The tool works for us.
Only problem is it needs to be manually installed as there is no silent option!
Thanks for the info.