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Dell Wyse ThinOS Version 8.6 INI Reference Guide

July 2021 Rev. A09

Notes, cautions, and warnings

NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your product.

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid

the problem.

WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.

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Chapter 1: Introduction................................................................................................................. 4 About this Guide.................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Supported platforms........................................................................................................................................................... 4 Summary of revisions......................................................................................................................................................... 4

Chapter 2: Getting Started: Learning INI File Basics..................................................................... 5 Downloading and using sample INI files......................................................................................................................... 5

Supported INI files you can construct...................................................................................................................... 5 Rules and recommendations for constructing the INI files....................................................................................... 6

System variables............................................................................................................................................................ 7 Placing the INI files into the folder structure on the server..................................................................................... 8

Chapter 3: Parameters for wnos INI files only.............................................................................. 10 General Settings for wnos.INI Files only.......................................................................................................................10 Peripheral settings for wnos.ini files only.....................................................................................................................18 Connection settings for wnos.ini files only.................................................................................................................. 19

Chapter 4: Parameters for wnos INI, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files.................................... 40 General settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files.............................................................. 41 Peripheral settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files.........................................................59 Connection Settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files......................................................69

TOS priority settings for TosDSCP INI...................................................................................................................97

Appendix A: Connect Parameter: Options....................................................................................99 ICA connect options......................................................................................................................................................... 99

ICA connect: options.................................................................................................................................................. 99 RDP connect options...................................................................................................................................................... 104

RDP connect options................................................................................................................................................ 105 PCoIP connect options................................................................................................................................................... 110

PCoIP connect: options............................................................................................................................................ 110

Appendix B: TimeZone Parameter: Values................................................................................... 112 TimeZone Parameter: Values.........................................................................................................................................112

Appendix C: Best Practices: Troubleshooting and Deployment Examples.................................... 117 Troubleshooting INI Files................................................................................................................................................ 117 Examples: Basic deployments........................................................................................................................................ 117

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Introduction Thin clients running Dell Wyse ThinOS firmware are designed solely for optimal thin client security and performance. These extremely efficient purpose-built thin clients are virus and malware-resistant and offer ultra-fast access to applications, files, and network resources within Citrix, Microsoft, VMware and Dell vWorkspace environments, and other leading infrastructures. ThinOS-based thin clients are self-managed, go from power-on to fully productive in seconds, and with no published API, locally accessible file system or browser, require no local antivirus software or firewall to protect against viruses or malware.

About this Guide This guide is intended for administrators of Dell Wyse thin clients running ThinOS. It provides the detailed information you need to help you understand and use the ThinOS INI files. It contains information on the different INI files you can use and the rules for constructing the files. It also provides the parameter details your INI files with working examples.

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Supported platforms This table lists the supported Dell Wyse ThinOS products.

NOTE: Support for Wyse 3010 Thin Client has been deprecated from the ThinOS 8.6_303 release onwards since it is end of

software support. Support for Wyse 3020, Wyse 3030 and, Wyse 5010 (ThinOS Lite and Xenith platforms) thin clients are

deprecated from the current release onwards.

Wyse 3040 Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 3040 Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 5010 Thin Client with ThinOS (D10D) Wyse 5010 Thin Client with PCoIP (D10DP) Wyse 5040 AIO Thin Client (5212) Wyse 5040 AIO Thin Client with PCoIP (5213) Wyse 5060 Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 5060 Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 5070 Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 5070 Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 5070 Extended Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 5070 Extended Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 5470 Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 5470 Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 5470 All-in-One Thin Client with ThinOS Wyse 5470 All-in-One Thin Client with PCoIP Wyse 7010 Thin Client with ThinOS (Z10D)

Summary of revisions To preserve backward compatibility, previous values of the DEVICE_SECURITY parameter, that were part of the ThinOS 8.6_606 and earlier versions are supported in ThinOS 8.6_807. For more information, see Peripheral settings for wnos.ini files only.

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4 Introduction

Getting Started: Learning INI File Basics In this chapter you will learn how to construct and use the supported INI files.

It includes:

Downloading and Using Sample INI files Supported INI Files you can construct Rules and recommendations for constructing the INI files Placing the INI files into the folder structure on the server

After you become familiar with the INI file basics, you can refer to the parameter details you need in the other chapters and appendixes of this guide.

Downloading and using sample INI files ThinOS Sample INI files can be downloaded and modified to suit the individual connection profile requirements. These sample files are annotated to allow you to use them as a starter set that you can modify to work on ThinOS.

To download and use the files:

1. Go to Dell support site.

2. Click Product Support, enter the Service Tag of your thin client, and then click Submit.

NOTE: If you do not have Service Tag, use the auto detect feature or manually browse for your thin client model.

3. Click Drivers and Downloads.

4. From the Operating system drop-down menu, select ThinOS.

5. Scroll down the page and download the sample INI file to the file server.

6. Open the text file by using an ASCII text editor, and modify the INI parameters as needed for your use.

Supported INI files you can construct

The INI files contain the parameters and its associated options and values necessary for the various functionality you want.

NOTE: For examples of parameters commonly used for basic deployments, see Examples: Basic Deployments.

You can construct the following INI files:

wnos.ini file, see Working with wnos.ini Files. {username}.ini file, see Working with {username}.ini Files.

$MAC.ini file, see Working with $MAC.ini Files.

NOTE: The INI file processing hierarchy is as follows:

Scenario 1 WNOS.ini exists. The WNOS.ini file is processed and if the Include=$MAC.ini (or Include={username}.ini) statement is included, then the relative MAC.ini (or {username}.ini) file is processed.

Scenario 2 WNOS.ini exists and {username}.ini exists. The WNOS.ini file is processed and if the Include=$MAC.ini statement is included, then the MAC.ini file is processed. Once the credentials are provided, the {username}.ini file is processed.

Scenario 3 WNOS.ini exists and MAC.ini exists. The WNOS.ini file is processed and if the Include={username}.ini statement is included, then the {username}.ini file is processed. Once the credentials are provided, the MAC.ini file is processed.

Scenario 4 No ini files exist. Local configuration is applied.

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Working with wnos.ini files

A wnos.ini file contains the global parameters you want that will affect all thin clients accessing the server. Parameters in both Connection Settings: wnos.ini files only, and Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files can be used in a wnos.ini file.

NOTE: Parameters in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files only can only be used in a wnos.ini file; they cannot be used in a

{username}.ini file.

Working with $MAC.ini Files

A $MAC.ini file can be used for device-specific configurations. If the thin client locates a wnos.ini file, then the wnos.ini file is processed and if the Include=$MAC.ini statement is included, then the $MAC.ini file is processed. The $MAC.ini file is stored in the same directory as a wnos.ini file if you are not using a WNOS.INI file, otherwise the files should be stored in the INC directory.

NOTE: The placement of the include=$MAC.ini parameter within the wnos.ini file will dictate which value will take priority

for a same specific parameter that is contained in both the wnos.ini file and the $MAC.ini file but is defined differently, that

is different values for the same parameter.

For example, if the wnos.ini file has parameterA=valueRED, and the $MAC.ini file has parameterA=valueBLUE, then: If the parameter include=$MAC.ini is added in the wnos.ini file before the parameterA=valueBLUE statement, then

parameterA=valueRED is discarded and parameterA=valueBLUE is used. If the parameter include=$MAC.ini is included in the wnos.ini file after the parameterA=valueBLUE statement, then the

parameterA=valueBLUE is discarded and parameterA=valueRED is used.

Working with {username}. ini files

A {username}.ini file contains the user-specific or user profile parameters you want that will comprise the connection profile for an individual user. These parameters will affect only the user you specify. Parameters in General Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files.

NOTE:

User profile parameters found in the {username}.ini file, generally override the identically named global parameters found

in the wnos.ini file, however, some global parameters do not allow this. For hierarchical precedence of one variable over

another, refer to the parameter descriptions in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files can

be used in a {username}.ini file.

If both PNAgent/PNLite and a user profile are being used in the environment, the username must be defined in the

Windows domain, and the password used must be the same for both the Windows domain and the user.

Rules and recommendations for constructing the INI files In general, ThinOS INI files follow currently accepted standard INI file formatting conventions. The INI files consist of Wyse parameters. If you are using an INI file, the only parameter you must use is the Connect parameter, see Connect in General Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files. Any of the rest of the parameters can be used if you desire, but are not necessary unless you want changes from client and other defaults, for example, other can be the default resolution of your monitor.

Every parameter (and their options) has a name and a value, with the name appearing to the left of the equals sign (name=value). All parameters with the same name in the various INI files have the same meaning that is, a parameter named WyseXYZ in a wnos.ini file and named WyseXYZ in a {username}.ini file will have the same meaning.

Number signs (#) indicate the start of a comment. Comments can begin anywhere on a line. Everything between the # and the End of Line is ignored. Along with these general formatting conventions, use the following guidelines when constructing the INI files:

1. Global Connect Parameters First

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Global connect parameters should be listed before other connect parameters in a wnos.ini file.

2. Continue Lines by using a Space and Backslash

Placing a space and backslash ( \) at the end of a line indicates line continuation; that is, the backslash means that the line and the following line are, for the purposes of reading code, the same line. No space can appear after the backslash; the requirement of space between parameter entries is maintained by the use of the space before the backslash. In addition, starting all parameters at the left margin and placing at least one leading space or tab at the beginning of all (and only) continuation lines makes an INI file easier to read.

NOTE:

When you require string concatenation, you can use a backslash without a space before or after it to concatenate with

the first set of characters from the previous line; for example the strings snow and ball may be concatenated to give

snowball.

3. Blank Lines Make Files Easy to Read

Using blank lines is recommended for making code easier to read.

4. Comment by using a # Sign

Number signs (#) indicate the start of a comment. Comments can begin anywhere on a line. Everything between the # and the End of Line is ignored.

5. Values with Spaces Require Quotation Marks

Values of parameters containing spaces must be placed inside quotation marks. We recommend you use common-practice nesting rules.

6. Separate Lists by using Semicolons or Commas

Use semicolons or commas for list separators.

7. Use the wnos.ini File to Set the Maximum Number of Connection Entries Allowed

The combined number of connection entries defined in a {username}.ini file and a wnos.ini cannot exceed a defined total maximum number of connections. The maximum number of connections has a default limit of 216, but can be set from 100 to 1000 using the wnos.ini file.

8. Use of the {username}.ini and {mac}.ini Parameters

The {username}.ini and {mac}.ini parameters can appear in the wnos.ini file. However, these parameters must be below the include=$un.ini parameter or the include=<$mac.ini or {username}> parameter in the wnos.ini file. Although not required, We recommend that these parameters end with the parameter Exit=all.

NOTE:

No parameter should ever be executed twice. Some ThinOS hardware configuration parameters require a reboot to

become active, and if the same parameters are defined more than once, the thin client may then go into an infinite

reboot cycle.

NOTE:

We recommend you place the include=<$mac.ini or {username}> statement on the last line of the wnos.ini file to verify

that all parameters are processed properly for terminal-specific settings.

9. Use of System Variables with Some Options of the Connect Parameter

Some options of the Connect parameter can use the system variables shown in System Variables to map the string. All combinations of the variables are supported. For options that support use of system variables, see Connect Parameters Options.

System variables

The following table contains the system variables that you can use with some options of the connect parameter:

Table 1. System variables

Option Value

$SN Serial number used.

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Table 1. System variables (continued)

Option Value

$MAC MAC address with lowercase letters is used.

$UMAC MAC address with uppercase letters is used.

$IP IP Address used.

$IPOCT4 The fourth octet of IP Address, for example, if IP is 10.151.120.15, and then the fourth octet is 15.

$TN Terminal name.

$PF Platform nameThe first part of image name xxx_wnos, for example, R10L.

$UN Sign-on name used.

$PW Sign-on password used.

$DN Sign-on domain name used.

$FIP IP address used in fixed format with 3 digits between separators, for example, 010.020.030.040.ini. Using it along with the left/right modifier helps to define policy for subnet.

For example, include=&Left($FIP,11).ini is specified to include file 010.020.030.ini for subnet 010.020.030.xxx.

$WPUN PEAP/MSCHAPv2 username used (802.1x dependent).

$WPPW PEAP/MSCHAPv2 password used (802.1x dependent).

$WPDN PEAP/MSCHAPv2 domain used (802.1x dependent).

$DHCP (extra_dhcp_option) Extra DHCP options for Windows CE unit, including 169, 140, 141, 166, 167. For example, set a string test169 for option tag 169 in DHCP server, and set TerminalName=$DHCP(169) in wnos.ini. Check terminal name in GUI, and the terminal name will be test169. 166 and 167 is default for CCM MQTT Server and CCM CA Validation in ThinOS. So you need to remap the options from GUI or INI if you want to use $DHCP(166) and/or $DHCP(167).

$SUBNET Specifies Subnet notation. The format is {network_address}_{network_mask_bits}. For example, if the IP address is 10.151.120.15, and the network mask is 255.255.255.0, then 10.151.120.0_24 is used.

&Right($xx, i) or &Left($xx, i) Specifies whether the variable is to be read from left or right. The $xx is any of the above parameters. The parameter i specifies left or right offset digits.

The combinations of all the above variables, such as CTX&Right($IP,4)@&Left($UN,3) are supported. A replacement $SYS_VAR is used if the statements or parameters support.

Placing the INI files into the folder structure on the server If you have set up your environment to provide your thin clients running ThinOS with automatic updates and configurations as described in ThinOS Administrators Guide, you can use the following folder structure on your server under the C:/inetpub/ ftproot folder, for FTP or C:/inetpub/wwwroot folder, for HTTP or HTTPS and place your INI files and other necessary files inside the structure as noted. This list describes the folder structure, starting with the root directory.

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Table 2. Folder structure

Folder structure Description

/wyse/ RequiredThe root directory. It stores the wnos folder.

/wyse/wnos RequiredThe main INI configuration folder. It stores the wnos.ini file, {username}.ini file, $MAC.ini file, firmware, and the following optional folders: bitmap folder cacerts folder font folder inc folder ini folder locale folder trouble_shoot folder

/wyse/wnos/bitmap OptionalThe folder where you can place custom images you plan to use.

/wyse/wnos/cacerts OptionalThe folder where you can place the CA certificates that can be imported to a thin client.

NOTE: Use the AddCertificate INI parameter in the wnos.ini file to import the certificates to thin clients.

/wyse/wnos/font OptionalThe folder where you can place font files for languages such as Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, and Korean that requires the file.

/wyse/wnos/inc OptionalThe folder where you can place the mac.ini files. NOTE: The use of parameter Include=$mac.ini will load /wnos/inc/mac- address.ini so that you can use inc in the folder structure and use $MAC.ini.

/wyse/wnos/ini OptionalThe folder where you can place the {username}.ini files and {group} folder.

/wyse/wnos/trouble_shoot OptionalThe folder where you can place the trace files that you can capture and play back.

NOTE: Be sure to enable the parameter, EnableTrace=yes.

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Parameters for wnos INI files only This chapter provides the supported parameters that you can use in a wnos.ini file.

NOTE:

For information to help you construct and use the supported INI files, see Getting Started Learning INI File Basics.

Parameters in Connection Settings for wnos.ini Files Only can only be used in a wnos.ini file; they cannot be used in a

{username}.ini file.

To increase usability such as relation to thin client dialog box equivalents, the supported parameters are separated into the

following categories:

General Settings for wnos.ini Files Only

Peripheral Settings for wnos.ini Files Only

Connection Settings for wnos.ini Files Only

NOTE:

The underlined value for a parameter is the default value. Some parameters also have options shown within brackets [ ].

If an option has an underlined default value, that option and default value will automatically be used with the parameter;

options without underlined values can also be used if you want to, but are not automatically used with the parameter.

In addition, when using parameters and options, you can leave the default value or change it to another value shown. For

example, in the following case where:

ParameterX={yes, no} [Option1={0, 1}] [Option2={1, 2, 3, 4}]

If you use ParameterX, then Option1 and its default value 0 will automatically be used as Option1 has an underlined default

value of 0. You can still use Option2 if you want to, however, Option2 is not automatically used with the parameter as

Option2 does not have an underlined default value.

General Settings for wnos.INI Files only The following table contains the parameters used for configuring general settings. The underlined values are default values.

Table 3. General Settings: wnos.ini files only

Parameter Description

AutoLoad={0, 1, 2, 101, 102, 201, 202}

[LoadPkg={0, 1, 2}]

[AddPkg={pkg1_name, pkg2_name, }]

[DelPkg={pkg1_name, pkg2_name, }]

[VerifySignature={yes, no}]

[UpgradeOrder=(bios, wtos)]

AutoLoad Default is 1. Specifies the firmware update mode. The following are the values and associated actions:

0 Disables checking for image.

1 Enables forced firmware upgrade/downgrade process. This is the default value.

2 Enables comparison/non-forced upgrade process only.

101 Enables firmware upgrade/downgrade process, but displays a window with OK or Cancel button before the process with a note of the version to downgrade or upgrade; displays a status complete window.

102 Enables firmware upgrade, but displays a window with OK or Cancel button before the process with a note of the version to upgrade; displays a status complete window.

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Table 3. General Settings: wnos.ini files only

Parameter Description

201 Enables firmware upgrade or downgrade process, but displays a window with OK button before the process; displays a status complete window.

202 Enables firmware upgrade only, but displays a window with OK button before the process; displays a status complete window.

The option LoadPkg specifies how to update the external packages.

If set to 0, this disables checking for packages. If set to 1 it enable packages upgrade/downgrade process, and if set to 2, it enables upgrade only.

If LoadPkg is not in the statement, it will inherit the value of AutoLoad. For example, if the value is 0, and if AutoLoad=0, 1, and if AutoLoad=1, 101 or 201, and 2 if AutoLoad=2, 102 or 202.

For example, if you set AutoLoad=1 LoadPkg=0, the firmware is checked, but the packages are not checked. From ThinOS 8.3, the external packages update mechanism is changed.

Some packages are default, and loaded according to value of LoadPkg. For example RTME.

Some packages need additional parameter AddPkg to add. For example, FR and TCX.The option AddPkg is for adding packages. It depends on the value of LoadPkg.

The packages check comes after firmware check. The option DelPkg is for deleting packages. It does not depend on the value of LoadPkg. The packages specified in DelPkg are always deleted when loading the ini file.

The value of AddPkg and DelPkg is one package name or a package name list. For example, AutoLoad=1 AddPkg="FR, TCX" DelPkg=RTME

NOTE: The AddPkg and DelPkg options depend on platforms that supports external packages. Only Wyse 3030 LT thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 3030 LT thin client with PCoIP, Wyse 3040 thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 3040 thin client with PCoIP, Wyse 5010 thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 5010 thin client with PCoIP, Wyse 5040 thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 5040 thin client with PCoIP, Wyse 5060 thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 5060 thin client with PCoIP, and Wyse 7010 thin client with ThinOS support it. The other legacy platforms does not support it.

VerifySignatureThe option VerifySignature specifies whether or not the verification is required when updating the firmware and/or packages. It is introduced in ThinOS 8.4 release and later to enhance the security and integrity of the firmware and packages. If set to no, it will not check the signature so that the downgrade of the firmware and/or packages can happen, which do not support signature. The default is yes.

UpgradeOrderThis option is a control mechanism to enable BIOS and firmware upgrade in a specific order.

If parameter is set to no, the default order is set to upgrade ThinOS firmware first, and then the BIOS.

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Table 3. General Settings: wnos.ini files only (continued)

Parameter Description

For the parameter UpgradeOrder you can set a single entity to upgrade or a list in order, (support valuebios and wtos)

Example:

If AutoLoad=1 and UpgradeOrder=biosOnly the BIOS is upgraded.

If AutoLoad=1 and UpgradeOrder=bios, wtosThe BIOS is upgraded first, and then the ThinOS firmware is upgraded.

If AutoLoad=1 and UpgradeOrder=wtos,biosThe thinOS firmware is upgraded first, and then the BIOS is upgraded.

AutoLoad=1 UpgradeOrder=wtosOnly the ThinOS firmware is upgraded.

AutoPower={yes, no}

or

Device=cmos AutoPower=(yes, no)

Default is no.

Yes/no option on how the system starts when the power is first applied to the thin client.

If set to yes, then the system starts itself without waiting for users to press the power button. In cases where power was lost unexpectedly and if the thin client was shut down properly before power was lost unexpectedly, when the power is restored, the thin client will be powered. This setting is useful in a kiosk environment.

Once an AutoPower statement is processed, it alters the behavior of the thin client until a countermanding statement is processed. The effect of an AutoPower=yes statement continues even if the statement is removed from the INI file in which it was found.

Use of the AutoPower option does not interfere with performing a user directed shutdown.

WMSEnable={yes, no}

[Server=server_address[:port]

[GroupPrefix= ]

[GroupKey= ]

[MQTTServer= [: ]]

[AdvancedConfig={no, yes}]

[Default={no, yes}]

[Override={no, yes}]

[CAValidation=(yes, no)]

[Discover=(yes, no)]

[IgnoreMqtt=(yes, no)]

From ThinOS 8.4.1 release, these INI parameters are applicable to Wyse 3040 thin client.

WMSEnable This parameter allows you to enable or disable the Wyse Management Suite Agent. Default is no

Server Specifies an IP address or URL address for the Wyse Management Suite server. Default protocol is HTTPS if "http://" or "https://" is not available. Default port is 443. Once specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory. Example: WMSEnable=yes /Server=http://xxx:8080

GroupPrefix and GroupKey The options GroupPrefix and GroupKey compose the Group Registration Key of the Wyse Management Suite server. Once specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory.

NOTE:

The numbers before the dash on the Group Registration key is the GroupPrefix value and the characters to the right of the Group Registration Key is the GroupKey value.

NOTE: The length of GroupPrefix is fixed to four; the length range of GroupKey is from eight to 31 characters.

MQTTServer Specifies a IP address or URL address for the MQTT server and MQTT port after the : (colon). Once specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory.

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Table 3. General Settings: wnos.ini files only (continued)

Parameter Description

AdvancedConfig Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the Wyse Management Suite server and MQTT server fields in the GUI. If AdvancedConfig=yes is specified, the Wyse Management Suite server and MQTT server fields in the Wyse Management Suite UI will be enabled. See also PRIVILEGE parameters in General Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files.

Default Default is no. This parameter allows you to enable or disable the Configure Cloud management dialog window during boot up. If Default=yes is specified and both the Server and GroupKey are NULL, the Configure Cloud management dialog window displays during boot up. Input group code to connect to the default Wyse Management Suite server and default MQTT server. The default Wyse Management Suite server is https://us1.wysemanagementsuite.com and default MQTT server is us1-pns.wysemanagementsuite.com

Override Default is no. Yes/no option to allow a groupkey from the INI file to override the previous groupkey. If Override=yes is specified, the groupkey from the INI file will override the previous groupkey. The Groupkey can technically be applied in many places. You can configure the group key in order of priority, that is, if #1 is defined it will override #2. Groupkey priority policy is listed below: 1. Local GUI configuration or groupkey received from Wyse

Management Suite in a Group Change command

2. Defined in INI file "wmsenable=yes / groupkey=xxxx"

3. DHCP Option Tag #199

NOTE:

The Groupkey assigned in DCHP option #199 and INI parameter are only used for first time deployment, that is, they only take effect if Wyse Management Suite is currently disabled or if Wyse Management Suite is enabled but group-key is NULL.

If DCHP is defined and Wyse Management Suite is enabled or not NULLThe Wyse Management Suite Group key in the DHCP is ignored since it is configured manually in local UI or from Wyse Management Suite group change.

If INI is defined and Wyse Management Suite is enabled or not NULL: The Wyse Management Suite Group key in the INI is ignored since it is configured manually in local UI or from Wyse Management Suite group change.

NOTE:

There is an exception in the logic above when the 'override=yes' option is used in INI file. This will make #2 take priority over #1.

For example,

WMSEnable=yes \ Server=xxx:8080 GroupPrefix=wlab GroupKey=TC-TEST-ENG MQTTServer=xxx:1883 AdvancedConfig=yes Override=yes

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Table 3. General Settings: wnos.ini files only (continued)

Parameter Description

NOTE:

For detailed instructions on how to configure Wyse Management Suite in a wnos.ini file to enable the Wyse Management Suite Agent on supported ThinOS clients, refer to Knowledge Base Solution #23875, go to the Knowledge Base at www.dell.com/support and search for 23875.

CAValidationIf the option is set to yes, then the Wyse Management Suite agent will check the certificate when connected to https server. Default value is yes.

DiscoverIf the option is set to yes, then the Wyse Management Suite agent discovers the Wyse Management Suite server, MQTT server and CA validation from DNS Record. Default value is yes.

This parameter is disabled if it is not defined using the user INI parameter after the initial configurations are received by the thin client from Wyse Management Suite. The thin client fails to collect the new Wyse Management Suite entries modified in the DNS record. This parameter can be enabled after a factory reset or if the user INI is set to Discover=yes.

IgnoreMqttIf IgnoreMqtt=yes is specified, Wyse Management Suite agent will not connect to MQTT server. Default value is no.

DefaultUser={username, $SYS_VAR}

[Display={yes, no}]

[disable={yes/no}]

Specifies the default sign-on user. See System Variables for a list of system variables for $SYS_VAR.

DisplayIf the value is set to yes, the username field in sign- on window will be displayed. By default the value is set to no and the field will be obscured with asterisks (*).

disable If the value is set to yes, the user name field in sign-on window is disabled.

DelayReboot={yes, no} DelayRebootIf the value is set to yes, this parameter enables the user to delay the reboot of the thin client when the configurations are applied from Wyse management Suite. All changes are applied on the next reboot of the thin client. Default value is no.

Password=

[disable={yes/no}]

[encrypt={no, yes}]

Password Specifies the password as the sign-on password. There is no minimum length. The maximum length is 64 characters.

In wnos.ini this sets as the default password. The system will sign on automatically and not wait for username, password, and domain entries.

DisableIf the value is set to yes, the password field in sign- on window is disabled. Default is no.

encrypt - The default value is no. The options are used to enable or disable an encrypted string for a password in the INI file instead of clear text. If the value is set to yes, the password in the INI is an encrypt string instead of clear text.

DisableButton={no, yes}

[DisableRestart={yes, no}]

Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the power button.

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Parameter Description

If you set the option DisableRestart=yes, the radio button Restart the system in shutdown window is disabled. These settings are saved permanently and the default value is no.

EnableCacheIni NOTE: Supported on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS (T10) and Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS (T10D) only.

EnableCacheIni is no longer supported and cannot be used on platforms other than the Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS (T10). On platforms other than the Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS (T10), EnableCacheIni is replaced by the MirrorFileServer parameter, see MirrorFileServer parameter in General Settings for wnos.ini Files Only. Use EnableCacheIni on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS platform (T10) only. This is because there is no local flash on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS (T10) platform, and the MirrorFileServer parameter is not supported on it.

EnableGKey={yes, no} Default is yes.

Yes/no option to enable G key reset. G key reset is supported for Privilege=High in the NVRAM.

EnableVsync=[yes, no] The EnableVsync parameter enables or disables the Vertical Synchronization feature. The value is not stored in NVRAM. If you deploy this parameter on unsupported devices such as Wyse 3010, 3020 and 3030 LT thin clients, the value is ignored.

Exit={yes, no, all} Default is yes.

Specifies the INI file processing.

yes Processing returns to the prior INI file on the next line after $include.

no There is no operation.

all All INI file processing is exited.

Include=<$mac.ini file or {username}.ini file> <$MAC.ini> loads /wnos/inc/mac-address.ini.

<$EMAC.ini> loads /wnos/inc/ .ini

<$WMAC.ini> loads /wnos/inc/ .ini NOTE: The file name does not include the symbol : in the mac address. See also the Exit parameter for information on how to stop the Include parameter. <{username}.ini> Loads /wnos/inc/{username}-address.ini. The file name does not include the symbol : in the {username} address. See also the Exit parameter for information on how to stop the Include parameter.

ManualOverride=[no, yes]

[Components={None, display, keyboard, mouse, timezone, network, audio, printer, language, All}]

The parameter ManualOverride allows the end users to keep their personalized settings. The default value is No.

If the value is set to No, personalized setting is not allowed.

If the value is set to Yes, the personalized settings are saved in the device component which can be specified through the components option.

The parameter Components specifies the component that is allowed as a personalized setting. Currently the options supported are None, display, keyboard, mouse, timezone,

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Parameter Description

network, audio, printer, language, all. The default value is None.

NOTE:

If the parameter ManualOverride is set, a warning message is displayed when the users try to reset the device to allow them to retain the personalized settings or revert to default settings. The components set using the INI statements are ignored.

For example,

ManualOverride=Yes

Components="display,timezone"

This INI statement allows you to customize display and timezone settings, and these personalized settings are not overridden by wnos.ini after the device restart.

MirrorFileServer={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable the cache all server files functionality. This enables the cache all server files such as INI files, wallpaper, bitmap, font, local messages and so on to the local flash when files are changed in the file server. ThinOS would use the cached files when files on the file server are unavailable.

NOTE: S10 is not supported

RootPath= This file server root path is entered into thin client local setup (non-volatile memory). The thin client immediately uses this path to access files. The directory name \wnos will be appended to the file server root path entry before use.

TerminalName=

[reboot={no, yes}]

TerminalName Name of the client comprising a 15- character string. It can also be configured with system variables. Basically all the variables can be used except $TN (recursive), $UN, $PW, $DN. However, these are not yet available when parsing wnos.ini. Additionally combinations like xy$mac, sz$tnxyz etc are supported.

reboot Default is no. Yes/no option to reboot the thin client if the terminal name is changed.

TimeZone=

[ManualOverride={no, yes}]

[daylight={no, yes}]

[start=MMWWDD end=MMWWDD]

[TimeZoneName= ]

[DayLightName= ]

TimeZone Specifies the time zone if the zone is unspecified on the thin client or is used with ManualOverride. Supported zone values s are listed in the System Preference dialog box on the thin client and in TimeZone Parameter: Values.

NOTE:

The TimeZone parameter is dependent on the TimeServer=parameter. If a time server is not defined, the client CMOS/BIOS internal clock will be used as a reference.

ManualOverride Default is no. Yes/no option to override the thin client System Preference Menu setting with this TimeZone setting. TimeZone settings in the wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

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Parameter Description

Daylight Default is no. Yes/no option to enable daylight saving time; MMWWDD is a 6 digit number to specify the start and the end of daylight saving time.

NOTE: The Start and End options are in the MMWWDD format, where:

MM = Month of the year. Values are 01 to 12 for the months of the year from January to December. For example, 01 = January, 12 = December

WW = Week of the Month. Values are 01 to 05 for the week of the month, 05 is the last week. For example, 01 = 1st week, 05 = the last week of the month.

DD = Day of the week. Values are 01 to 07 for the day in the week from Monday to Sunday. For example, 01 = Monday, 07 = Sunday.

NOTE:

For the 2013 year, DST dates are Sunday, March 10, 2:00am and ends Sunday, November 3, 2:00am.

TimeZoneName Display name sent to the ICA/RDP session such as Eastern Standard Time.

DayLightName Display name for daylight saving time. If daylight saving time is enabled, DayLightName should be named something similar to Eastern Daylight Time, otherwise it should be the same as TimeZoneName.

NOTE:

To configure daylight saving time for an RDP session, you must enable the Allow Time Zone Redirection function. Use the following guidelines:

1. Run gpedit.msc to open the Group Policy dialog box.

2. Click Computer Configuration in the Local Computer Policy tree, and expand the Administrative Templates folder.

3. Expand the Windows Components folder, and then expand the Terminal Services folder.

4. Click Client/Server data redirection to open the Setting list.

5. Right-click Allow Time Zone Redirection and select Properties to open the Allow Time Zone Redirection Properties dialog box.

6. Select the Enabled option, and then click OK.

7. Close the Group Policy dialog box.

Overall example:

TimeZone="GMT 08:00" \ ManualOverride=yes Daylight=Yes \ Start=030107 End=110107 \ TimeZoneName="Pacific Standard Time" \ DayLightName="Pacific Daylight Time"

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Peripheral settings for wnos.ini files only The following table contains the parameters used for configuring peripheral settings such as keyboard, monitor, mouse, and printer. The defaults values are underlined.

Table 4. Peripheral Settings: wnos.ini files only

Parameter Description

DEVICE_SECURITY=allow_list/block_list

vid_pid=[vvvv,pppp]

class=name/[cc,ss,pp]

When DEVICE_SECURITY=allow_list is set, the security is at high level. You must add all the devices such as Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS (T10D)'s netcard and internal hub to the list that you want to use. All the other devices are denied when the device is plugged-in.

When DEVICE_SECURITY=block_list is set, the security is mid-level. You can add devices that are not present in the list.

NOTE: To preserve backward compatibility, previous values of the DEVICE_SECURITY parameter, that were part of the ThinOS 8.6_606 and earlier versions are supported in ThinOS 8.6_807. Dell Technologies recommends that you use the latest values for the DEVICE_SECURITY parameter.

About key value: all the value are hex, and vid_pid = 0xvvvvpppp, class value is =0xccsspp; where, vvvv=device vendor id pppp=device product id cc= device interface class ss=device interface subclass pp=device interface protocol

Class name is abbreviation for the defined class. Valid names are listed here:{Audio, CDC_control, HID, Pysical, Image, MASS_STORAGE, Hub, CDC_Data, Smart_Card, Content_Security, Video, Personal_Healthcare, AudioVideo, Billboard, Diagnostic_Device, Wireless, Miscellaneous, Application, VendorSpecific}.

The max number of devices/class table is 16.

For Example:

DEVICE_SECURITY=allow_list class=HID class=Audio class=Video.

DEVICE_SECURITY=block_list vid_pid=0x0B0E2000 class=0x030101.

PrinterMap=a text file name or possibly URL. A text file to be included to define printer mappings. Each line in the file is of format Printer Identification=Printer Driver Name. For example: HL-1240 Series=HP LaserJet.

ThinPrintEnable={no, yes}

[Port=port number]

Default is yes.

ThinPrintEnable Yes/no option to enable the thinprint client.

portThe TCP port of the thinprint client. The default port number value is 4000. The port number value must be less than 65535.

SmbVersionRange={version_range} SmbVersionRangeControls the SMB protocol version that is used in SMB printer communication. The client only uses the SMB version that is specified in version_range.

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Parameter Description

The format of version_range is lowest_version, highest_version. LM2 stands for LAN manager 2, SMB1 for SMB version 1, and SMB2 for SMB version 2. For example, SmbVersionRange=SMB2,SMB2 means only SMB version 2 is allowed; SmbVersionRange=,SMB2 means SMB version 2 and all the supported lower versions can be used. Default version range is set by SmbVersionRange=,SMB1. By default, SMB2 is not supported.

Connection settings for wnos.ini files only The following table contains the parameters used for configuring the connection settings. The default values are underlined.

Table 5. Connection Settings: wnos.ini files only

Parameter Description

AddCertificate=filename

password={plain text password}

Password-enc={encrypted password}

AddCertificate Specifies a certificate file residing in the subfolder cacerts under the wnos folder to load on platforms with nand flash, or on the memory. The length of the filename, including the trailing period and the file extension, is limited to 64 characters.

AddCertificate must be used when configuring the Citrix Secure Gateway PNAgent Interface (PNAgent/Lite servers) in the Network Setup dialog box.

Adding certificates are required if the user CSG environments use certificate agents that are not covered by the built-in certificates. The certificates are used to validate server identities by the thin client. Supported files include .crt file on ICA CSG; .cer and .pfx in 802.1x. Password and Password-Enc are specially used with PFX files.

CaradigmServer=vip list

[EGPGroup=group name]

[EnableLogOff={yes,no}]

[SecurityMode={default, full, warning, low}]

[DisableManualLogon=yes, no]

CaradigmServer=vip list contains a list of VIP addresses with optional TCP port number of Caradigm servers. EGPGroup defines the user group name. If EnableLogOff=yes is specified, the user is logged off from the session before system signs off. Otherwise the session is disconnected. The logged off user has a timeout value which can be set using SessionConfig parameter SessionLogOffTimeout.

The default timeout value is 1, if no SessionLogOffTimeout is specified.

SecurityMode specifies the SSL certification validation policy.

If set to default, it applies the SecurityPolicy setting.

If set to full, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, drop the connection.

If set to warning, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate.

If it is untrusted, it is up to you to continue or drop the connection.

If set to low, the server certificate is not checked. The value is persistent, the default value of the setting is default.

DisableManualLogon is set to yes to disable user to manually enter credentials to authenticate into the device. It only allows an already enrolled proximity badge and in active grace period to authenticate with a single badge tap. The default value is no

Community=community

[Encrypt={yes, no}]

Specifies the SNMP community name. A string up to 31 characters are allowed. After the value is specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory.

If encrypt=yes, an encrypted string is used as a community name.

The default value is set to no.

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Parameter Description

NOTE: Use our Windows Password_Gen tool or built-in tool to generate the encrypted string.

ConnectionBroker={default, VMware, Microsoft, Quest, AWS}

[IgnoreProfile={yes, no,}]

[SecurityMode={Default,Low,Warning,Full}]

[EnableVWGateway]={yes, no}

[VWGateway]=url

[ConnectionType]={Default, All, RDP, PCoIP, Blast}

[EnableVDMCredSSP]={yes, no}

[RDCollections={*collect1, collect2,...}]

[DisableShowDisclaimer=[yes, no]

[DisableShowServer=[yes,no]

[EnableUnauthenticatedAccess]={yes,no}

[Host={broker_url}]

[AutoConnectList={*|host1;host2;host3...}]

[VMWaitTimer={03600}]

[UseRegistrationCode={yes, no}]

[EnableAWSREGCode={yes,no}]

[EnableMFA={yes, no}]

Default value is default. Specifies the type of VDI broker to use. Default is a 3rd party VDI broker.

AWS is Amazon Workspace broker. It is only available with PCoIP build.

IgnoreProfile Default value is no.

Set IgnoreProfile=yes to disable parsing the global setting from the VDI broker. It is only valid in the case of ConnectionBroker=default.

SecurityMode SecurityMode specifies the security mode for the VMware broker and Amazon Workspace (AWS) broker. It is only valid in case of ConnectionBroker=VMware or ConnectionBroker=AWS. The details is as follows: Set SecurityMode=Full to have the Client verify the server's certificate in

highest security mode; if any relevant checks error, it will fail to connect to the server.

Set SecurityMode=Warning to have the Client allow connection continuation in the following two specific exceptions where full verification would fail: 1. Certificate is self-signed. 2. Certificate has an invalid time.

Set SecurityMode=Low to indicate that Client allows connection without any certificate verification.

Set SecurityMode=Default to indicate that Client follows the SecurityPolicy setting to verify the certificate.

NOTE:

For Dell vWorkspace broker, ConnectionBroker=Quest is recommended.

EnableVWGateway and VWGateway are used to set the vWorkspace gateway.

For VMware broker, ConnectionBroker=VMware is recommended. ConnectionBroker=VDM is still supported but deprecated.

The option ConnectionType specifies the display protocol that you want to use when launching a session in VMware broker. If this parameter is set, then the desktops that meet the specified protocol are listed after broker sign on.

This setting is only valid in case of PCoIP feature is supported. Set ConnectionType=Default, only the desktops with the default protocol

configured in broker server are listed (this is the default value for this setting).

If you set ConnectionType=All, both PCoIP and RDP desktops are listed.

If you set ConnectionType=RDP, only RDP desktops are listed.

If you set ConnectionType=PCoIP, only PCoIP desktops are listed.

If you set ConnectionType=Blast, only Blast desktops are listed.

EnableVDMCredSSP=yesThe option is set to yes to enable RDP NLA mode connection when the VMware View broker session is launched. The default value is no. EnableVDMCredSSP=yes works only after you disable view security tunnel in server side.

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Parameter Description

RDCollectionsThe option specifies the collections for Microsoft RD broker. Only the applications and desktops within the specified collections are displayed. The value can be a list separated by ',' or ';' and can use wildcard "*" to match the string. If the parameter is not set, all the applications and desktops are displayed. To get your RemoteApp or desktops collection name, do the following:

1. In RDS Server local, go to C:\Users\administrator.RDSS\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft \Workspaces\{xxxx}\Resource, and check that all your published collection (.rdp file) are listed.

2. Open the specify .rdp file which you want to define in .ini file with notepad and get the collection name from line "loadbalanceinfo:s:tsv://MS Terminal Services Plugin.1.[collection name]".

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DisableShowDisclaimer=yesThe option is set to yes to disable popup/ pre-logon message and automatically accept them without intervention when broker type is VMware View. The default value is no.

DisableShowServer=yesThe option is set to yes to disable showing the view server URL in sign-on window and disclaimer window when broker type is VMware View. The default value is no.

EnableUnauthenticateAccess=yesThe option Yes is set to enable the VMware View broker log. The default value is No.

The option Host specifies the connection broker server IP address or FQDN.

The option AutoConnectList specifies the VDI desktops or applications which automatically launches when you use VDI to sign in. If the option is set to *, all the VDI desktops or applications are automatically connected. The auto connect list is the connection description which can use the wildcard * to match the string.

VMWaitTimer The option VMWaitTimer specifies the time remaining in seconds for reconnecting to a Horizon desktop before exiting the desktop. When the connection fails while connecting to a Horizon desktop, a message Horizon Error- Waiting to recover is displayed along with the countdown timer. The range is 0 to 3600. The default value is set to 0. The previous settings are retained with the error message and you can click OK to exit the error message. When you enable this INI parameter with a value lesser than 20, the waiting time is set to 20 seconds. If you set the value greater than 3600, the waiting time to set to 3600 seconds. The countdown timer is displayed at the right bottom of the screen. After the count down reaches 0, the connection is canceled and you can exit to the ThinOS desktop.

UseRegistrationCodeThis parameter enables you to enter a registration code in Amazon WorkSpaces as the broker address. It is supported only on Amazon Web Services.

The default value is no.

EnableAWSREGCodeThis option enables or disables the ability to change the registration code for connecting to AWS. If the value is set to yes, you can modify the registration code for connecting to AWS.

EnableMFAThis parameter enables the Multi factor Authentication token input field in the sign-on window of Amazon WorkSpaces. If MFA is enabled, the automatic sign-on feature on the system is disabled. It is supported only on Amazon Web Services.

The default value is no.

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Parameter Description

ConnectionBroker=TeradiciCloudAccess New value TeradiciCloudAccess is added for INI ConnectionBroker to set Teradici as the broker.

TeradiciCloudAccess is the Teradici broker, and it is only available with ThinOS 8.6_412 PCoIP build.

Device=Screen

[MonitorAutoDetect={yes, no}]

[EnsureDpIsOn={yes, no}]

[SupportBigMonitor={yes, no}]

MonitorAutoDetectThis option helps the thin client to identify the number of monitors connected and whether it is detected by the thin client. Span mode is changed to Mirror mode only when one monitor is connected to the thin client.

EnsureDpIsOnWhen this option is enabled, the thin client resumes only after you connect the monitor to the DisplayPort.

SupportBigMonitorThis option is applicable only for the Wyse 3040 Thin Client. When you enable this parameter, the Wyse 3040 Thin Client supports up to 3440 x 1440 display resolution.

DelCertificate={filename, all, builtin} filenameRemoves the file from the nand flash or from the memory.

allRemoves all certificates except built-in certificates included by default.

builtinRemoves all certificates including the public certificates included by default.

From ThinOS 8.6_019 release, the specific file name supports wildcard variables, such as $TN.pfx, $TN, and WT*.pfx.

DesktopColorDepth={16, 32}

[RGB565={no, yes}]

DesktopColorDepth Sets the desktop color to 16 or 32 bits. If DesktopColorDepth=16, the default color is 15 bits.

RGB565 Default is no. Applies only if the desktop color is using 16 bits.

NOTE:

If the RBG565 parameter value is changed to yes, the thin client will require a reboot.

DHCPExpire={reboot, shutdown} Default is reboot.

When a DHCP lease expires, a message notifies the user as follows: DHCP Expired, you must reboot.

reboot After 5 seconds, the system reboots.

shutdown After 5 seconds, the system shuts down.

DHCPOptionsRemap={no, yes}

[DisableOption12={no, yes}]

[FileServer={128 to 254}]

[RootPath={128 to 254}]

[FtpUserName={128 to 254}]

[FtpPassWord={128 to 254}]

[PnliteServer={128 to 254}]

[DomainList={128 to 254}]

[VDIBroker-{248 to 254}]

[Discover={yes, no}]

[WMSGroupKey={128-254}]

[WMSServer={128-254}]

[WMSMQTTServer={128-254}]

Default is no.

DHCPOptionsRemap Specifies whether or not the following options can be set.

The value for each option must be from 128 to 254. Values for the options must be different for each option. These options are used to configure DHCP server tags for thin client booting.

The option DisableOption12 sets if the option tag 12 in DHCP is accepted or not. As default, DHCP option 12 sets the hostname and domain name of the terminal. For example, the information of option 12 is terminal name.wyse.com, the terminal name will be set as terminalname and the domain name will be set as wyse.com.

If you set different value for DisableOption12 from the value in NVRAM, the system will automatically reboot to make the value valid. (CIR36891)

DiscoverIf Discover=yes, the device fetches Wyse DHCP options from DHCP server, otherwise, it prevents the device from fetching those information. Default value is yes. If the device receives FileServer information through the DHCP server, then the associate User interface is protected.

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Parameter Description

WMSCAValidation={128-254}] The Discover parameter is disabled if it is not defined using the user INI parameter after initial configurations are received by the thin client from Wyse Management Suite. The thin client fails to collect the new Wyse Management Suite entries from DHCP scope options. This parameter can be enabled after a factory reset or if the user INI is set to Discover=yes. As a security measure, this parameter is disabled if it is not enabled by the user manually.

NOTE: The WMSGroupKey, WMSServer, WMSMQTTServer and WMSCAValidation options are specified to remap the tags for Wyse Management Suite configuration.

DHCPUserClassID=class_id

[ParseVendorInfo={no, yes}]

DHCPUserClassID Specifies the UserClassID used for DHCP.

ParseVendorInfo Default is yes. Yes/no option to specify whether or not ThinOS will interpret DHCP option 43.

This is a vendor-specific information. If ParseVendorInfo is set to no and the DHCPVendorID is also used with this parameter, you must set ParseVendorInfo=yes and then reboot the thin client twice. Maximum of 26 characters are allowed in a string.

DHCPVendorID=vendor

[ParseVendorInfo={no, yes}]

DHCPVendorID Specifies the VendorID used for DHCP.

ParseVendorInfo Default is yes. Yes/no option to specify whether or not ThinOS will interpret DHCP option 43.

This is a vendor-specific information. If ParseVendorInfo is set to no and the DHCPVendorID is also used with this parameter, you must set ParseVendorInfo=yes and then reboot the thin client twice.

Maximum of 26 characters are allowed in a string.

DisableDomain={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the drop-down domain list in the PNAgent/PNLite Sign-on dialog box.

DNSIPVersion={ipv4, ipv6}

[DNSServer=server_list]

[DNSDomain=dns_domain_url]

[Combined={yes,no}]

Specifies the DNS server and domain. Default IP version is ipv4.

The DNS Server is an IP list separated by ; or ,. The maximum size of this list is 16. For example: 10.200.5.53;192.168.100.1;192.168.200.8

NOTE: There is no space after the ;.

If Combined=yes, then the DNS server will combine the DNS server configured by DHCP and the static one. DNS domain will use the value configured by DHCP if static DNS domain is empty.

DNSTTL={0-3600} Specifies the Time to Live (TTL) of DNS name caching; the default is from DNS server settings.

NOTE:

If DNSTTL=0, the DNS hostname in a connection always queries the DNS server to get the IP.

DomainList=List of NT domain names

[disable={yes/no}]

A list of domain names that will appear in the thin client Sign-on dialog box as options to help users in selecting the domain to sign-on to PNAgent/PNLite servers. Once specified, it is saved in non-volatile memory.

NOTE:

Be sure to enclose in quotation marks if spaces are included. For example: DomainList=North_America, SQA, test-domain.

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Parameter Description

disable If the value is set to yes, the domain field in sign-on window is disabled.

Dualhead={no, yes}

[ManualOverride={no, yes}]

[Mainscreen={1, 2}]

[Orientation={hort, vert}]

[Align={Top|Left, Center, Bottom|Right}]

[Taskbar={wholescreen, mainscreen}]

[MonitorAutoDetect={yes,no}]

[Swap={no, yes}]

[EnsureDpIsOn ={yes, no}]

Default is no.

Dualhead Yes/no option to support a dual-monitor display. Default no sets monitors to mirror mode; yes sets monitors to span mode.

ManualOverride Default is no. Yes/no option to allow the local client to override display dualhead settings received from central configuration.

If reset to factory defaults, it will once again take server settings for dualhead. This is helpful for scenarios where you have a mixture of dual head and single head deployments.

For example:

Dualhead=yes \ ManualOverride=yes \ Mainscreen=1 \ Orientation=hort \ Taskbar=mainscreen

NOTE:

If using, be sure the ManualOverride option is the first option used after the Dualhead parameter position in the statement.

Mainscreen Sets which screen is used as the main screen. When using a DVI to DVI and VGA cable, the DVI connected monitor will be the default mainscreen=1.

Orientation Default is hort. Sets which style is used for display. Hort means horizontal and vert means vertical.

Align Sets how screens are aligned: Top means screens are top aligned in hort orientation. Left means screens are left aligned in vert orientation.

Center means screens are center aligned. Bottom means screens are bottom aligned in hort orientation. Right means screen are right aligned in vert orientation.

Taskbar Default is wholescreen. Sets which style is used for the taskbar: wholescreen places the taskbar at the bottom of the entire screen; mainscreen places it at the bottom of the main screen. This is only when SysMode=Classic and has no effect on VDI mode.

MonitorAutoDetect Determines whether or not the system will detect how many monitors are connected. If only one monitor is connected, Span mode will be transferred to Mirror mode.

Swap Default is no. Yes/no option to use with supported ThinOS builds to swap dual monitors when Mainscreen=2 is set. Swap=yes puts monitor 2 on the left or top of monitor 1 according to the orientation.

For example, if you want a standard dual screen layout you would use:

DualHead=Yes \ Mainscreen=1 \ Orientation=Hort \ Taskbar=Mainscreen \ Align=Center Screen=1 Resolution=DDC Refresh=60 \ Rotate=None Screen=2 Resolution=DDC \ Refresh=60 Rotate=None EnsureDpIsOnThe optional keyword is only used for Wyse 5010 thin client with ThinOS, Wyse 5010 thin client with PCoIP, Wyse 5060 thin client with ThinOS and Wyse 5060 thin client with PCoIP. When EnsureDpIsOn is set to yes, D-class will halt at boot time until DP monitor is plugged in.

EnableRAVE={yes, no} Default is yes.

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Parameter Description

Yes/no option to enable the client to use Citrix Multimedia Acceleration (RAVE) to play supported media files residing on an ICA server. This is a global parameter for all ICA connections. EnableRAVE=yes is default.

FileServer=List of {IP address, DNS name}

[Username=username]

[Password=password]

[SecurityMode={Low, Warning, Full, default}]

[Username- Enc={encrypted_password_string}]

[Password- Enc={encrypted_password_string}]

FileServer Specifies the FTP or Web (http://) server IP address or DNS name that is entered into thin client local setup (non-volatile memory); the thin client immediately uses this server to access files.

Username Specifies the username of the file server.

Password Specifies the password of the file server.

NOTE:

The target file server must support access using the same user credentials used in the INI files.

The optional keyword Username and Password specify the username/ password of the file server. When the client fetches the WNOS.INI file from a HTTPS server, ThinOS supports different security modes. The default follows SecurityPolicy and may be one of the three modes. The option SecurityMode specifies these security modes.

SecurityMode Specifies the security level for the file server during client verification of the server certificate. This option is only valid when connecting to an https file server.

When configuring the https file server, the Username and Password options of the FileServer parameter can be omitted. Use the following guidelines:

Set SecurityMode=Full to have the client verify the server certificate in highest security mode; if any error occurs during verification, the client will not connect to the server and a pop-up message is displayed.

Set SecurityMode=Warning to have the client provide a warning when the client cannot verify the server certificate, but still allow the user to select to continue client connection to the server.

Set SecurityMode=Low to indicate that the client allows connection without any certificate verification.

Set SecurityMode=Default to indicate that the client follows SecurityPolicy settings to check certificate.

Default value of the setting is Default. If the settings are factory default or if you are upgrading to ThinOS 8.3 for the first time, the value is temporarily set to None. After loading any INI, it goes to default.

If the security mode value in WNOS.INI is not the same as the one saved in Client NVRAM, client shows a reboot dialog box.

NOTE: Security process includes:

1. Verification that certificate has a valid date

2. Verification that Issuer is valid and correct

3. Certificate verification passes

4. CN and SAN on the certificate matches the DNS naming

For Example: FileServer=https://10.151.122.66:444 SecurityMode=warning.

Username-Enc specifies the AES encrypted username of the file server.

Password-Enc specifies the AES encrypted password of the file server.

Use Windows Password_Gen tool to generate the encrypted string.

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Parameter Description

FormURL=URL to a file Specifies the URL to the name of a bitmap file (.ico, .bmp, .jpg, or .gif), to be displayed in the sign-on window, residing under the thin client home directory. The length of the path, including the home directory and the file, is limited to 128 characters. If auto dial-up is enabled, this statement is invalid.

HealthCastServer=vip list

[LogLevel={0, 1, 2 ,3}]

[SecurityMode={default, full, warning, low}]

[ClientCertificate=certificate file name]

Specifies a list of VIP addresses with optional TCP port number of HealthCast servers.

LogLevelThe option LogLevel is for debug purpose; 0 means no log.

SecurityMode Specifies the SSL certification validation policy. If set to default, it will apply SecurityPolicy setting. If set to full, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, then drop the connection. If set to warning, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, you may still continue or drop the connection. If set to low, the server certificate will not be checked. The value will be persistent, and the default value of the setting is default.

ClientCertificate The option specifies the client certificate file name during SSL connection between Healthcast server and client.

INACTIVE=minutes

[NoSessionTimer=minutes]

[LockTimer=seconds]

Default is 0. There is no Idle timeout. The range is 0 minutes to 480 minutes.If the value given is bigger than 480, 480 is set instead. If the value given is smaller than 0, 0 is set instead.

When the system idle is time out in the configured minutes, the system will automatically sign off, reboot or shutdown which are based on the setting of AutoSignoff.

NoSessionTimer The parameter NoSessionTimer has the same range as INACTIVE and it is valid only if INACTIVE value is not 0. If there is a session use the value of Inactive, otherwise use the value of NoSessionTimer, if NoSessionTimer is configured.

If AutoSignoff=yes Shutdown=yes is configured, then this statement can work before signon.

If AutoSignoff=yes Reboot=yes is configured, this statement can work before signon.

LockTimerIf the parameter LockTimer is set, the terminal is locked and the system idle is timeout in the configured seconds; System will automatically sign off, reboot or shutdown based on the setting of AutoSignoff.

LongApplicationName={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to display all 38 characters in a desktop icon name. If LongApplicationName=no, then icons will display up to 19 characters; any over 19 characters and the last three characters will be .

MaxVNCD={0, 1}

[VNCD_8bits={yes,no}]

[VNCD_Zlib={yes, no}]

Default is 0.

Option to enable VNC shadowing. Default value is 0 means VNC shadowing is disabled. Set to 1 to enable shadowing.

NOTE:

Only one VNC client session is allowed and a password is required.

See also VNCPrompt in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files to enable a VNC shadowing prompt to a user.

See also VncPassword in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files only to specify a string of up to 8 characters as the password used for shadowing.

VNCD_8bits Default is yes. Yes/no option to force the VNC server to send out images with 8-bits-per-pixel; if set to no, the VNC server will send out images with the current system color depth.

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Parameter Description

VNCD_Zlib Default is no. Yes/no option to allow the VNC server to send data with Zlib compression.

MMRConfig={VIDEO}

[flashingHW={0, 1}]

This parameter specifies whether to show the HW label at the top left corner of video or not when HDX is hardware decoded. The default value is 0. Set flashingHW to 0, if you want to hide HW. Set flashingHW to 1, if you want to show HW.

Multifarm={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to support Citrix multifarm functionality for the wnos.ini files. If Multifarm=yes, PNAgent/PNLite users are able to authenticate to more than one Citrix farm.

MultiHead=[yes, no]

[ManualOverride={yes, no}]

[Mainscreen={1,2,3,4,5,6}]

[Resolution={ddc, width X height}]

[Rotate={left, right, flip}]

If you set ManualOverride=yes, the monitor layout can be set by the user configuration if any, otherwise the configuration defined in INI are applied.

Mainscreen sets the required screen as the main screen.

Resolution and Rotate only take effect when it is set to mirror mode and MultiHead=no.

Rotate=flip enables the user to flip the display 180 degrees to a landscape display mode. Ensure that the current resolution is set to 0 degrees or 180 degrees.

MultiLogon={no, yes}

[SequentialDomain={yes, no}]

Default is no.

Yes/no option to support multiple log ons. If MultiLogon=yes, the PNAgent/ PNLite sign-on authenticating window can input a different username, password, and domain while signing on to different PNAgent/PNLite servers.

For backward compatibility, the following format is supported:

MultiLogon=yes

PNAgentServer=10.1.1.30;10.2.2.60

The SelectServerList statement is also supported:

MultiLogon=yes

SelectServerList=pna \

description=store host=http://proper-storefront-url.ctx.com \

description="Floor 3" host=10.1.1.30 \

description="Floor 1" host=10.2.2.60 \

description="All Users" host=10.3.3.90

NOTE:

The SelectServerList takes precedence over PNAgentServer. The PNA server description or name can be displayed on the signon window so that the user knows which and what server is logging on. See also SelectServerList={PNA, VDI} in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files.

If SequentialDomain=yes is specified, the domain configured in DomainList statement is selected in order.

For example, set the following ini:

DomainList="xen;wyse" multilogon=yes sequentialdomain=yes pnagentserver=10.151.134.23; https://csg-cn.wyse.com.

When you logon to the first server 10.151.134.23, the domain xen is selected. Then logon to the second server https://csg-cn.wyse.com and the domain wyse is selected.

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Parameter Description

MultiVDISupport={yes, no} This parameter enables you to work on multiple VDI sessions. You can simultaneously log in to both Blast and ICA published desktops, when broker type is VMware View.

NoticeFile=filename

[Resizable={no, yes}]

[Timeout={0, 10 to 600}]

[Title="notice_title"]

[ButtonCaption="button_caption"]

[WordWrap=[yes, no]]

NoticeFile Specifies a legal notification file residing in the home directory folder. The file is displayed in a dialog box and the user is prompted to accept it before the sign-on process continues.

Resizable Default is no. Yes/no option to resize the dialog box to fit the text size.

Timeout Default is 0. After the notice is accepted, if Timeout is specified in seconds, and if no mouse or keyboard is used, then the dialog box will display again after the seconds set. 0 means no timeout.

Title and ButtonCaption Specifies the notification window title and button that can be customized. For example, NoticeFile=filename \ Title=Problem \ ButtonCaption=Ok [WordWrap=[yes, no]]When the value is set to WordWrap=yes, this parameter enables the notification file to wrap the text so that it is displayed correctly.

The default values is no.

OneSignServer=onesign_server

[DisableBeep={yes,no}]

[KioskMode=yes,no}]

[TapToLock={0,1,2}]

[EnableWindowAuthentication={yes,no}]

[AutoAccess={VMW,XD,XA,LOCAL,RDSHD, RDSHA, RDSHPC}]

[NetBIOSDomainName={yes,no}]

[SuspendAction={0, 1}]

[DisableHotKey={yes,no}]

Loglevel=0/1/2/3

[DisablePromptToEnroll={yes,no}]

[SecurityMode={default, full, warning, low}]

[OneSignTimeout={0 to 30}]

A list of host names or IP addresses with optional TCP port number or URLs of Imprivata OneSign servers. It should use https protocol. If OneSignServer="" is defined, then only imprivata virtual channel can work.If DisableBeep is set to yes, then Rfideas reader can be set to mute when a card is tapped. Default is no.

If KioskMode is set to yes, then different OneSign user can unlock the client desktop. Default is no. Optional keyword TaptoLock is only active when KioskMode=yes.

If TapToLock=0, then tap a card to lock terminal is disabled. If TapToLock=1(Tap to lock), then use the proximity card to lock the

terminal.

If TapToLock=2(Tap over), then lock the terminal and log in as a different user. Default is 2.

If EnableWindowAuthentication is set to yes and OneSign signon fails, then continue to sign-on with windows credential to pre-define broker. Default is yes.

If AutoAccess is defined, then auto launch the corresponding type of broker. Otherwise, get the broker type from the Imprivata Server setting of computer and user policy. If none of them is defined, then launch the first available broker server from the Imprivata server.

If AutoAccess=LOCAL is set, then launch the broker from the ThinClient setting; the broker getting from the Imprivata Server is ignored.

NOTE: AutoAccess can be set in [username].ini and wnos.ini. The wnos.ini has priority over [username].ini.

If NetBIOSDomainName is set to yes, then Imprivata domain list will show NetBIOS domain name and card user will authenticate to the broker server using NetBIOS domain name. Default is no.

If SuspendAction is set to 0, then lock the terminal when you tap the card or press the hotkey. If set to 1, then signoff the terminal. If no is defined, then lock the terminal in KioskMode and sign-off the terminal in none KioskMode.

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Parameter Description

If DisableHotKey is set to yes, then no action when you press the hotkey defined in Imprivata Server. Only WebAPI 4 and later versions support the hotkey function.

LoglevelWhile configuring the Imprivata server, user can view the OneSign logs on ThinOS by enabling the Agent Logging feature. An ini configuration is needed correspondingly. Default value is 0. If set to 0, logs are not displayed.

If DisablePromptToEnroll is set to yes, then ThinOS does not prompt you to enroll their security answers after OneSign sign-on. Default value is yes.

SecurityMode specifies the SSL certification validation policy. If set to default, it applies SecurityPolicy setting. If set to full, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, drop the connection. If set to warning, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, it is up to you to continue or drop the connection. If set to low, the server certificate is not checked. The value is persistent, and the default value of the setting is default.

From ThinOS version 8.3_109, ThinOS supports OneSign 5.2 RDSH broker.

Set AutoAccess=RDSHD or RDSHA to automatically launch Microsoft type broker.

Set RDSHPC to automatically launch RDP session without broker.

OneSignTimeout sets the timeout for OneSign login window. The value range is 0 to 30 seconds. Default is 20 seconds. 0 means no timeout and the OneSign login window stays forever.

PasswordServer=password_server

[AccountSelfService={yes, no}]

[connect={ica, rdp}]

[encryption={Basic, 40, 56, 128,

Login-128, None}]

Specify an ica/rdp server that can be used to log on to modify password when you sign-on with password timeout.

The PasswordServer statement can specify the connection parameters as described in the Connect statement. If no parameter is specified, it connects with ICA protocol.

AccountSelfService Yes/no option to define the password server as an Account Self Service server.

If AccountSelfService=yes follows PasswordServer, click the icon on the signon window to do account self-service.

If Connect parameters do not follow AccountSelfService=yes, this password server will be the account self-service server of Citrix and clicking the icon will use Citrix protocol to unlock or change password for an account.

If Connect parameters follow AccountSelfService=yes, clicking the icon launches a session to change password for an account.

PCoIP_Logging={yes, no}

[Broker_Logging_Level={0,1,2,3,4}]

[Session_Logging_Level={0,1,2,3,4}]

The option PCoIP_Logging can enable and disable the PCoIP client logs output in Trouble Shooting. If you set the value to yes, then it is same as selecting the Trouble Shooting Capture Export PCoIP Log radio button to persistent and no to none.

The option Broker_Logging_level and Session_Logging_Level accord to PCoIP broker log level and PCoIP session log level. The default value is 0 which means critical log, 1 means log severity error, 2 means log severity info, 3 means log severity debug, and 4 means log severity unrestrained.

PlatformConfig=all

[EncryptFS=yes]

Encrypts local flash, specifically cached INI files and credentials that are stored, if using signon=yes.

NOTE:

Event log will display new statements stating that FileSystem encryption has been enabled.

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Parameter Description

PlatformConfig=D/DQ/U/T Class

[Firmware={Firmware filename}]

[BIOS={BIOS filename}]

If a specific platform is specified by the PlatformConfig parameter, ThinOS attempts to load the Firmware and BIOS for the specified platforms by the Firmware and BIOS parameters.

If the Firmware and BIOS are valid on file server, they are loaded by default. If the Firmware and BIOS are invalid on file server, ThinOS uploads the platform with default Firmware and BIOS instead.

ThinOS searches the file server for the exact firmware name. If the defined firmware name is not found, then the default is applied and ThinOS searches for DOVE_boot firmware.

Proxy={yes, no}

AppList={ccm;fr;rtme;wms}

[Type={Global, http, https, socks5}]

[Server=_host_port_]

[User=_user_name]

[Password=_password_]

[Encrypt={yes, no}]

Specifies the proxy settings which are saved in non-volatile memory. If Proxy=no, all proxy settings are cleared and all the followed options are ignored.

If Proxy=yes, the option AppList must be followed. It specifies which applications are applied to connect through proxy. WMS, CCM, FR, and RTME are supported. The application name is separated with semicolon.

NOTE: Wyse Management Suite is the successor to Cloud Client Manager (CCM).

The following options are used to configure one or several proxy server setting. The option Type specifies the proxy protocol including http, https and socks5. The option Server specifies the url of the proxy server. The option User and Password specify the credentials of this proxy server. The option Encrypt specifies if the password is encrypted or not.

The option User and Password can support system variables. Because CCM runs before sign on, it is not appropriate to use $UN and $PW.

If Type=Global, the proxy settings are saved into http proxy setting, and the https and socks5 proxy settings use the same setting as http proxy. And the followed proxy settings will be ignored.

For example,

Proxy=yes AppList=fr \

Type=http Server=server1:1234 user=$UN password=$PW

(OR)

Proxy=yes AppList=ccm \

Type=http Server=server1:1234 user=abc password=xyz \ Type=socks5 Server=server2:4321 user=abc password=1234

(OR)

Proxy=yes AppList=ccm;fr;rtme \

Type=Global Server=server_global user=user_global password=password_global_encrypted Encrypt=yes

Reboot | shutdown={no, yes} Time=hh:mm

[-hh:mm]

[Wday={Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday}]

[Idle=minutes]

[Week={Current, Other, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4}]

Reboot Yes/no option to enable automatic daily reboot of all ThinOS devices.

Time Specifies the time to reboot and must be in a 24-hour format. For example: Reboot=Yes Time=17:30 will reboot all ThinOS devices at 5:30 P.M. daily.

If you set time as hh:mm-hh:mm, a random time during the configured time period is selected.

Wday The option Wday specifies the week day of scheduled reboot.

Idle The option Idle specifies the idle minutes. After the scheduled reboot time is reached, the unit reboots, if there is no session or the terminal is idle

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Parameter Description

for specified idle minutes. If the session is still active, the reboot is delayed till the idle time is reached or log off the sessions.

For example,

If you set Reboot=yes time=20:30, the unit reboots on local time 20:30. If you set Reboot=yes time=20:30-4:30, the unit reboots on random time through 20:30 to 4:30.

If you set Reboot=yes time=23:00 Wday=Friday,Monday, the unit reboots on local time 23:00 of Friday and Monday.

If you set Reboot=yes time=1:00 Idle=10, the unit reboots on 1:00, if there are no sessions. If there is any active session, the reboot happens only if the unit is idle for 10 minutes or the system logs out from the session.

If you set Reboot=yes time=1:45, Wday=Sunday Week=1, the unit will reboot at 1:45 on Sunday after one week from the time this parameter is configured.

Since 8.3_012 or later, scheduling a shutdown at a given time is supported. The options are same as schedule a reboot as above.

For example, Set Shutdown=yes time=20:30, the unit shuts down at local time 20:30.

WeekThe option Week specifies the minimum weeks to initiate a reboot after configuring the parameter. The value Current is equal to 0 and the value Other is equal to 1.

RegisterWINS=yes Forces the thin client to register itself with a Microsoft WINS server.

ScepAutoEnroll={yes, no}

AutoRenew={yes, no}

InstallCACert={yes, no}

[CountryName=country]

[State=state]

[Locality=locality]

[Organization=organization_name]

[OrganizationUnit=organization_unit]

[CommonName=common_name]

[Email=email_address]

[KeyUsage=key_usage]

[KeyLength={1024, 2048, 4096}]

[subAltName=subject_alt_name_list]

[RequestURL=scep_request_url]

[CACertHashType={MD5, SHA1, SHA256}]

[CACertHash=CA_HASH_VALUE]

[EnrollPwd=enrollment_password]

[EnrollPwdEnc=encrypted_enrollment_passwo rd]

[ScepAdminUrl=scep_administrator_page_url]

[ScepUser=scep_enrollment_user]

[ScepUserDomain=scep_enrollment_user_do main]

This option is to allow client automatically get certificates and renew certificates using SCEP protocol.

ScepAutoEnrollSet this keyword to yes to enable client's functionality to automatically obtain certificate.

Set AutoRenewSet this keyword to yes to enable certificate auto renew. Client only tries to renew certificates requested either manually or automatically through SCEP from this client, and the renewal is performed only after a certificate's 1/2 valid period has passed.

Set InstallCACertSet this keyword to yes to install the root CA's certificate as trusted certificate after successfully getting a client certificate.

CountryName, State, Locality, Organization, OrganizationUnit, CommonName, EmailThese keywords together compose the subject identity of the requested client certificate. Country Name should be two letter in uppercase, other fields are printable strings with a length shorter than 64 bytes, and email_address should have a '@' in it. At least one of the above fields must be configured correctly to form the client certificate's subject identity.

KeyUsage This option is to specify key usage of the client certificate and should be set to a digitalSignature, keyEncipherment or both using a ';' concatenating these two as digitalSignature;keyEncipherment.

KeyLengthThis option is to specify the key length of the client certificate in bits, must one of the value in the list.

subAltNameThis option is to specify the client certificate's subject alternative names. It is a sequenced list of name elements, and every element is either a DNS name or an IP address. Use ';' as delimiter between them.

RequestURLThe RequestURL option is to specify the SCEP server service URL. This field must be set correctly. The default protocol for SCEP services is HTTP, which also ensures data security. You can also add the prefix https:// if SCEP service is deployed on HTTPS in your environment.

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Parameter Description

[ScepUserPwd=scep_enrollment_user_passw ord]

[ScepUserPwdEnc=encrypted_scep_enrollme nt_user_password]

CACertHashTypeCACertHashType is used to verify the authenticity of the certificate authority. This option must be set to MD5, SHA1, or SHA256.

CACertHashThis is the hash value used to verify certificate authority's certificate. Client will not issue a certificate request to a SCEP server and cannot pass certificate chain checking through a valid certificate authority.

EnrollPwd or EnrollPwdEncThese keywords are used to set the enrollment password from a SCEP administrator.

EnrollPwd is the plain-text enrollment password and EnrollPwdEnc is the encrypted form of the same enrollment password. Use only one of these two fields to set the used enrollment password.

As a substitute of using EnrollPwd or EnrollPwdEnc to directly specify an enrollment password, client allows using a SCEP administrator's credential to automatically get an enrollment password from a Windows SCEP server. In this case, the ScepUser, ScepUserDomain, ScepUserPwd (or ScepUserPwdEnc, in encrypted form instead of plan-text) are used to specify the SCEP administrator's credential, and ScepAdminUrl must be set correctly to specify the corresponding SCEP admin web page's URL. If neither EnrollPwd nor EnrollPwdEnc is set, client will try to use these set of settings to automatically get an enrollment password and then use that password to request a certificate. If communication security is necessary in your environment during this phase, please add https:// as the prefix for ScepAdminUrl to use HTTPS instead of the default HTTP protocol.

Use ScepAutoEnroll=no AutoRenew=yes to only enable SCEP auto renew; all other parameters are not needed if ScepAutoEnroll is set to no.

NOTE: SCEP servers URL must be an HTTP or HTTPS link. Do not add protocol prefix to RequestURL and ScepAdminURL.

SelectServerList={PNA, VDI}

[Default=default_desc]

list of servers {Server1; Server2; ...ServerN}

Allows users to select one PNA or VDI server during logon. For server use the format:

description = host = [ ]

NOTE: There must be description and host key words on each server.

For PNA server options, use the options of the PnliteServer parameter in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files.

PNA example:

SelectServerList=PNA Default=test3 description = test1 host = 192.168.0.10 autoconnectlist =* reconnectfrombutton=0 description = test2 host = HostName2.wyse.com TimeOut=200 descriprion = test3 host = https://server3.wyse.com For a VDI server: If you want to use a VDI broker, specify ConnectionBroker in wnos.ini. Otherwise the VDI brokers type is default.

VDI example:

ConnectionBroker=vmware

SelectServerList=VDI \

Default=test5 \

description=test4 host=192.18.0.11 \

description=test6 host=host2

The Default option following "SelectServerList={PNA, VDI}" can specify the default server. The value is one of server description defined after that. After one selects another server and sign off, this default server is selected. If

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Parameter Description

default option is not specified, the last selected server is selected in the next sign on.

Service={snmpd, thinprint, vncd

vda } disable={no, yes}

Service Specifies the services you can enable or disable; there are different syntaxes for the different services.

disable Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the services. Disable must follow the Service parameter.

Service=snmpd disable={no, yes}

[community= [encrypt={yes, no}]]

[communityReadOnly= [encrypt={yes, no}]]

[servers=server_list]

Default is no.

Service=snmpd disable Yes/no option to disable the snmpd service.

community The option community is same as the statement Community. encrypt option is same as that in the statement community.

communityReadOnly This option is to set community only has snmp get and get_next privileges. The following encrypt option is only for indicating, if value of communityReadOnly is encrypted.

Servers This option is set to limit the valid snmp management site to the IP addresses in the server_list parameter, which contains 1 to 4 IPv4 IP addresses currently. If not, all the set IP addresses seen as valid.

Service=thinprint disable={no, yes}

[port= ]

[PkSize={0-64000}]

Default is no.

Service=thinprint disable Yes/no option to disable the thinprint service.

port Same as the statement ThinPrintEnable={no, yes} port=portnumber.

PkSize Specifies the default packet size that will be sent to the server when negotiating with the thinprint server. The value 0 will rely on the server default setting, 64000 in ThinPrint 7.6 and 32000 in previous ThinPrint versions.

ThinOS only allocates a buffer of 64K, so if the default packet size of the server is above 64000, this setting must be set or printing will fail.

Service=vncd disable={no, yes}

[servers=server_list]

[HttpPort=_http_port_]

[TcpPort=_tcp_port_]

Service=vncd disableYes/no option to disable the vncd service, same as MaxVncd={0, 1}.

Default is no.

serversUse the servers option to limit the valid vncd client site to the IP addresses in the server_list parameter, which contains IPv4 IP or IP range addresses, such as 192.168.1.0/24; 192.168.2.48.

If this option is not set, all IP addresses are displayed as valid.

The service vncd supports both http and tcp connections. The option HttpPort enables you to set the http port for vncd service. The default port is 5800.

The option TcpPort enables you to set the tcp port for vncd service. The default port is 5900.

Service= disable={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the service with this port number.

SecurityPolicy={full, warning, low}

[SecuredNetworkProtocol={yes, no}]

[DNSFileServerDiscover={yes, no}]

[TLSCheckCN=[yes, no]]

[TLSDisableCipher={ cipher_name_list }]

Specifies the global security mode for SSL connection. If application SecurityMode is default, application applies the setting.

If set to full, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, connection is dropped.If set to warning, the SSL connection needs to verify server certificate. If it is untrusted, it is up to you to continue or drop the connection. If set to low, the server certificate is not checked.

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Parameter Description

SecuredNetworkProtocolThe value is persistent, and the default value is warning. For those SSL connections with their own security policy, this does not impact. For example, File server, VMware View and AWS broker follows the global SecurityPolicy. Citrix broker, RDS broker and SECUREMATRIX are forced to high security mode.

If the optional SecuredNetworkProtocol is set to yes, the unsecure protocols including ftp, http and tftp are disabled. The value is persistent, and the default value is no.

DNSFileServerDiscoverIn classic mode, if the global INI file in remote file server and local cache cannot be loaded, a DNS name wyseftpfbc4tc is resolved to discover the file server. If the optional DNSFileServerDiscover is set to no, the function is disabled. The value is persistent, and the default value is yes.

The DNSFIleServerDiscover parameter is disabled if it is not defined using the user INI parameter after initial configurations are received by the thin client from Wyse Management Suite. This parameter can be enabled after a factory reset or if the user INI is set to DNSFIleServerDiscover=yes. As a security measure, this parameter is disabled if it is not enabled by the user manually.

TLSCheckCNThis option enables you to check the server certificate common name for SSL connection in full security mode.

This option does not impact SSL connections of VMware View, Amazon WorkSpaces and VPN. These connections continually check server certificate common name. The default value is changed to Yes from build version 8.5_106.

NOTE: Use NetBIOS or FQDN values to define a SSLHttps connection when enabling TLSCheckCN option, as enabling TLSCheckCN results in SSL connection failure when an IP address is defined.

TLSDisableCipherThis parameter confines the TLS client to stop using the listed cipher suites.

In this release, DES and 3DES can be disabled. For example, to disable both DES and 3DES, use TLSDisableCipher=DES;3DES.

SetNetiDLicense=(yes, no)

[Name=License name]

[Company=License company]

[Value=License value]

[trace=NetiD driver log path and name]

The SetNetiDLicense parameter enables or disables the usage of SecMaker NetiD smart card pkcs11 drivers.

The parameters Name, Company, and Value specify the license name, license company, and the license value respectively.

The trace parameter enables you to set the driver log path and file name. For example, trace=/tmp/secmaker.log.

SignOn={yes, no, NTLM}

[MaxConnect=max]

[ConnectionManager={maximize, minimize, hide}]

[EnableOK={no, yes}]

[EnableScSSPR={yes, no}]

[EnableScPinChange={yes, no}]

[DisableGuest={no, yes}]

[DisablePassword={no, yes}]

[LastUserName={no, yes}]

SignOn Default is yes. Yes/no/NTLM option to enable the sign-on process. If set to NTLM, a user can be authenticated with an NTLM protocol.

The user must be a domain user and the same sign-on user credentials must be available in the ftp://~/wnos/ini/ directory.

MaxConnect Default is 216. Maximum number of connections allowed to be specified in the wnos.ini file and {username}.ini file added together. The range allowed for MaxConnect is 100 to 1000. The default maximum is 216 entries.

ConnectionManager Default is minimize. State of the Connect Manager during sign-on.

EnableOK Default is no. Yes/no option to show the OK and Cancel the command buttons in the Sign-on dialog box.

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Parameter Description

[RequireSmartCard={yes or force, optional, no}]

[SCRemovalBehavior= {none or -1, logoff or 0, lock or 1, killsessions or 2}]

[SaveLastDomainUser={yes, no, user, domain}]

[DefaultINI=filename]

[IconGroupStyle={default, folder}]

[IconGroupLayout={Vertical, Horizontal}]

[PasswordVariables={yes, no}

[LockTerminal={yes, no}]

[ExpireTime={0, 1 - 480}]

[UnlockRefresh={yes, no}]

[SCShowCNName={yes,no}]

[SCSecurePINEntry={no, yes}]

[AutoConnectTimeout={10300}]

[DisableEditDomain={yes, no}]

[AdGroupPrefix=adgrpnameprefix]

[ClearUser={yes, no}]

[DisableSignoff={yes, no}]

[SFZeroButtons={yes, no}]

[SignonStatusColor=rrr ggg bbb]

[SCHidePINLeft={yes, no}]

[BitmapsMap={yes,no}]

[EnableMessage={yes, no}]

EnableScSSPRDefault is yes. This parameter hides the smart card pin change icon on setting the user INI to EnableScSSPR=no. Ensure that the SignOn parameter is set to yes.

EnableScPinChangeDefault is yes. If the user INI is set to EnableScPinChange=no, then the smart card pin change radio button is not displayed. Ensure that the SignOn parameter is set to yes.

DisableGuest Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the guest sign-on.

DisablePassword Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the password text box and password check box in the Sign-on dialog box.

LastUserName Default is no. Yes/no option to display the last sign-on username after the user logs off.

RequireSmartCard Default is optional. If optional keyword is set to yes or force, only smartcard authentication is allowed. If set to no, smartcard authentication is disabled. If the value is set to optional, smartcard authentication is optional.

SCRemovalBehavior This parameter specifies the thin client behavior when a smart card is removed. The default value is 0.

none or -1 If the smart card is removed then the client has no action. Whether the session can be used or not is dependent on the server policy.

logoff or 0 System logs off. lock or 1 System is locked and can be unlocked only when the same

certificate is used with smart card. killsessions or 2 This option can be used with the AutoSignoff

parameter.

SaveLastDomainUser Yes/no option to save the username and domain into NVRAM once signon is successful. On next reboot, the username and domain saved in the NVRAM will be displayed in signon server as the default username and domain if no DefaultUser is set in the wnos.ini file.

The size of username/domain is limited to 32 characters, and if larger than 32, it will first be truncated and then saved into NVRAM.

DefaultINI The optional DefaultINI configures a file name which is in the default folder of the username ini files. If the {username}.ini is not found, this file will be loaded as default.

IconGroupStyle The optional IconGroupStyle configures the icon group style on the desktop. PNAgent published applications can be configured with the client folder in the PNA server.

If set IconGroupStyle=folder, the PNAgent published applications which are specified to display on the desktop will display with the folder.

After clicking the folder icon, the subfolder or applications in this folder will display on the desktop. In this case, there is an Up to 1 Level icon on top. Clicking the icon will display the up one level folder contents.

IconGroupLayout Default is vertical. Configures the direction of the icongroup on the desktop.

PasswordVariables Default is no. Yes/no option to support variable mapping ($TN, $UN etc) for a password.

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LockTerminal Default is yes. Yes/no option to lock the terminal. If set LockTerminal=no, the function of locking terminal is disabled. It disables the Lock Terminal from a Right Click on the desktop or from clicking the Shutdown option > Lock Terminal. It also disables lock terminal even if set ScreenSaver=minutes; LockTerminal=yes.

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Parameter Description

ExpireTime Specifies the signon expiration time. The range is 0 to 480 minutes. The default is 0 which means no expiration.

If the value is larger than 480, then 480 is set instead. If the value is smaller than 0, then 0 is set instead.

After system signon or starting a connection, the expiration time starts counting. Once the expiration time is reached, starting a connection by clicking the icon, menu or connection manager, will bring up a pop up message box to enter the password. Only if the password is same as the original signon password, the session starts.

If the terminal is locked and unlocked with the password, the signon expiration time starts counting again.

UnlockRefresh Default is yes. Yes/no option to specifies the refresh action after unlocking the system in classic mode.

Yes While unlocking, the system will refresh the PNA list to verify the password.

No Disables refresh.

SCShowCNName Default is yes. Yes/no option to force the use of the CN name of the certificate as the user name when using smartcard signon. The default uses the UPN name as the user name.

SCSecurePINEntry Default is no. Yes/no option to enable Secure PIN entry function for pkcs15 smart card with Cherry keyboard.

AutoConnectTimeout Default is 30 seconds.

This option sets the timeout for auto connect published application. The range is 10 seconds to 300 seconds.

DisableEditDomain The optional keyword DisableEditDomain, is set to yes to stop typing in the domain box manually. Typing the character @ or \ as in the format domain\user and user@domain in the username box are not allowed.

AdGroupPreFix The option AdGroupPreFix is only valid, when you configure SignOn=NTLM. If the option is configured, then the thin client verifies the names of all AD groups to which a sign-on user belongs, to get the first group name so that its prefix matches adgrpnameprefix, and load adgroup/"the_whole_ad_group_name".ini, if the configuration file exists, before loading the user specific INI.

For example, if the sign on user is user_111 in a domain, and the user_111 belongs to group domain user and group tc_grp1_ad, the option is configured as AdGroupPrefix=tc_grp1. If the configuration file adgroup/tc_grp1_ad.ini is available, it will be loaded.

ClearUserThe option keyword ClearUser, if set to yes, clears the username when login fails, and if set to no, retains username that is entered after login failure. The default value is no.

DisableSignoffThe option keyword DisableSignoff, if set to yes, disables signoff button from shutdown and connection manager window. Also this parameter disables the logoff button on StoreFront desktop.

SFZeroButtonsThe option keyword SFZeroButtons. if set to yes, displays the buttons (shutdown, login and so on) at the bottom of signon window, such as Zero mode when set StoreFront style.

SignonStatusColorThis option specifies the signon status and the unlocking status text color respectively in RGB string format. The decimal numbers rrr, ggg, and bbb are in the range of 0255. By default, the status text color is light red (255 60 60) for ThinOS lite and gray for ThinOS.

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Parameter Description

The SCHidePINLeft parameter enables you to hide or display the number of attempts remaining to enter a correct PIN for the smart card. The default value is no.

[BitmapsMap={yes,no}]When the value is set to yes, this parameter enables the mapping of built-in bitmaps to customized bitmaps.

You should set the value MirrorFileServer=yes when enabling bitmaps mapping so that the mapping files are loaded from the local drive while rebooting.

The text file name is bitmaps.map and is similar to PrinterMap file.

Each line in the file is of format "built-in bitmap file name" = "customized bitmap files". For example: m_pcoip.ico=1-1_16.png pcoip.ico=1-1_32.png vdm.png=3_355x85.png horizon_wallpaper.jpg=Bugatti-Veyron-Wallpaper- Hd-1080p-uSa4W-1366x768.jpg

If the bitmaps are mapped for the first time, it is recommended to reboot the system manually so that the files are loaded accurately.

[EnableMessage={yes, no}]Default is yes. This parameter is used to display the warning message on the signon window based on the file server path. A warning message is displayed on top of the signon window when the FTP/HTTP is configured on the file server path. This parameter also addresses the vulnerability issuePSRC12979.

Speedbrowser={on, off} Default is on.

On/off option to enable the ICA Speed screen Browser Acceleration Function.

Sleep=[yes, no]

[program=[Sleep, Power off]]

[timer=[0, 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 120, 300, 600]

[MaxSleepPeriod]=[0-255]]

SleepThis parameter enables or disables the sleep mode feature. The sleep mode enables the thin client to enter the power-saving state and quickly resumes full power operations without loss of data. The default value is yes.

ProgramThis parameter specifies whether the thin client must enter the sleep mode or power off after the screen is turned off by screen saver. The default value is Sleep.

Timer This parameter specifies the time in minutes to either enter the sleep mode or shut down the client after the screen saver starts. The default value is 10 minutes.

MaxSleepPeriodThis parameter specifies the maximum time period the thin client is allowed to be in sleep mode. The thin client reboots after resuming from sleep mode. If you set the value as 0, the thin client resumes from sleep mode without rebooting.

Primary unit is day, and the current unit is hour. The default value is set to one hour, and its range is 0 to 255.

SwitchApplication NOTE: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

SysMode={classic, vdi, VMware, Citrix}

[toolbardisable={no, yes}]

[toolbardisablemouse={no, yes}]

[toolbarclick={no, yes}]

[toolbardelay={0-4}]

[toolbar_no_conmgr={no, yes}]

[toolbar_no_minimizeall={no, yes}]

[toolbardisablehotkey={no, yes}]

[ToolbarEnableOneSession={no, yes}]

SysMode Specifies the Zero interface optimized for VDI or the Classic interface. This value will be remembered across reboots until changed. If not defined and an INI is present, Classic mode is the default. If no INI is present, VDI mode is the default.

Classic mode has full taskbar, desktop and connection manager and is recommended for a terminal server environment and for backward compatibility with WTOS 6.x.

VDI mode (Zero interface) has a new launchpad-style interface optimized for full-screen sessions that is Desktops. Everything you need is accessed through an always available overlay interface.

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Parameter Description

[ToolbarAutoQuit={yes, no}]

[ToolbarStay={1~20}]

[EnableLogonMainMenu={no, yes}}

[HorizonIsClassic=[yes, no]]

VMware mode looks similar to VDI mode but only allows VMware horizon broker. Login window and wallpaper is specific to horizon.

Citrix mode makes the client turn to Xenith. Xen.ini is prefered in the next reboot.

NOTE: VMware mode and Citrix mode can only be used under wnos.ini. ZeroTheme is the alias for SysMode. You can also use ZeroTheme=xxx in wnos.ini.

The following options allow you to configure only when the Zero toolbar displays under VDI mode:

Toolbardisable Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the Zero toolbar from displaying; if set to yes, this option overrules other toolbar display options.

Toolbardisablemouse Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the Zero toolbar from automatically displaying once you pause the mouse pointer on the left side of the screen for a specified amount of time.

toolbarclick Default is no. Yes/no option to pop up the toolbar only if clicking on the left-most side of the screen.

toolbardelay Specifies the seconds to delay before displaying the toolbar after pausing the mouse pointer on the left-most side of the screen. The value 0 will have no delay. The other values 1, 2, 3,4 will delay 0.5, 1, 1.5 and 2 seconds respectively.

toolbar_no_conmgr Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the Home button.

toolbar_no_minimizeall Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the Home button thus affecting the ability to minimize displayed list of connections.

toolbardisablehotkey Default is no. Yes/no option to disable the CTR+ALT+UP ARROW keyboard shortcut that allows the toolbar to instantly display without a timer.

ToolbarEnableOneSession Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the toolbar when only one session is available.

ToolbarAutoQuit Default is yes. ToolbarAutoQuit=no prevents the sub- window from being closed. The toolbar will auto-hide after a certain amount of time after user pause the mouse pointer away from the toolbar.

ToolbarStay ToolbarStay={1~20} controls the auto-hide duration, 0.5s per value. Thus if ToolbarStay=1, the Toolbar will auto-hide after 0.5 second; If ToolbarStay=10, the Toolbar will auto-hide after 5 seconds.

EnableLogonMainMenu Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the main menu if you click the mouse button on the desktop prior to logon in Zero mode.

[HorizonIsClassic=[yes, no]]When the value is set to HorizonIsClassic=yes, this parameter enables the VMware mode to be displayed in the classic mode.

SysName NOTE: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

TcpTimeOut={1 , 2} Default is 1.

Specifies the timeout value of a TCP connection. The number of 30 seconds for the timeout value of a TCP connection. The value must be 1 or 2 which means the connection timeout value is from 1x30= 30 seconds to 2x30= 60 seconds.

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Parameter Description

Values of 3-255 are recognized only for backwards compatibility that is >2 = 60 seconds, however, these values should not be used and the value should be set to 2.

VncPassword=

[encrypt={no, yes}]

VncPassword Specifies a string of up to 8 characters as the password used for shadowing.

encrypt Default is no. Yes/no option to set according to whether or not the vncpassword you are using is encrypted.

NOTE: To use VNC Shadow, you must set MaxVNCD=1 and define a password; The MaxVNCD default is 0 and this disables VNC. If you are using an encrypted password, you must set encrypt to yes. For example: VncPassword= encrypt=yes If you are using a plain text password, you must set encrypt to no. For example:

VncPassword= encrypt=no See also MaxVNCD in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files only to enable VNC shadowing.

See also VNCPrompt in Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files to enable a VNC shadowing prompt to a user.

WarnUnlinkDisabled={yes, no} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the pop-up warning message when a network has no link for an ICA/ RDP session.

WINSServer=server_list Specifies the WINS server address. The WINSserver is an IP list separated by ";" or ",", with a maximum list size of 2.

AutoSelectSingleCert={yes, no} When HTTPS is configured to verify client certificate, one window pops up for user to select the client certificate. If only one client certificate is available, set AutoSelectSingleCert=yes does not prompt the window and automatically select the client certificate.

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Parameters for wnos INI, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files

This chapter provides the supported parameters that you can use in a wnos.ini file, a {username}.ini file, and in a $MAC.ini file.

To increase usability such as relation to thin client dialog box equivalents, the supported parameters are separated into the following categories: General Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files Peripheral Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files Connection Settings for wnos.ini Files username INI and MAC INI Files

NOTE:

The underlined value for a parameter is the default value. Some parameters also have options shown within brackets [ ]. If

an option has an underlined value (default), that option and default value will automatically be used with the parameter. The

options without underlined values can also be used if you want to, but are not automatically used with the parameter. In

addition, when using parameters and options, you can leave the default value or change it to another value shown.

For example, in the following case where:

ParameterX={yes, no} [Option1={0, 1}] [Option2={1, 2, 3, 4}]

If you use ParameterX, then Option1 and its default value 0 will automatically be used as Option1 has an underlined value

(default of 0). You can still use Option2 if you want to, however, Option2 is not automatically used with the parameter as

Option2 does not have a default (underlined) value.

NOTE:

User profile parameters found in the {username}.ini file generally override the identically named global parameters found

in the wnos.ini file, however, some global parameters in this section noted with * do not allow this. Thus, if the parameters

in this section noted with * are used in both a {username}.ini file and in a wnos.ini file, the noted parameters in the wnos.ini

file will override the same noted parameters in the {username}.ini file.

For example, if the parameter Resolution=1024x768 is used in the {username}.ini file and the same parameter

Resolution=1280x1024 is used in the wnos.ini file, the Resolution=1280x1024 in the wnos.ini file will override the Resolution

parameter in the {username}.ini file. Therefore, if you want the parameter Resolution=1024x768 in the {username}.ini file to

be used, you must not use the Resolution parameter in the wnos.ini file.

NOTE:

Parameters in this section noted with ** that are used in a {username}.ini file or $MAC.ini file will return to the values set

for those parameters in the wnos.ini file after a user sign-off.

For example, if your {username}.ini file contains the parameter MouseSwap=1so that the mouse buttons are swapped for

your left-hand use and you log off the thin client, then the MouseSwap value will return to the original default value of

0 (MouseSwap=0) contained in the wnos.ini fileso that others who log in can use their own user profile; assuming the

administrator has not changed the default values in the wnos.ini file.

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General settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files The following table contains the parameters used for configuring general settings. The underlined values are defaults.

Table 6. General Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files

Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

AdminMode={no, yes}

[admin-username= ]

[admin-password= ]

[Username= ]

[Password= ]

[ShowAdmin={yes, no}]

[Enc-username=encrypted_username]

[Enc-password=encrypted_password]

[ShowAESButton={yes, no}]

AdminMode Default is no. Yes/no option to use the username and the password to obtain a high thin client configuration when the privilege parameter level is set to high (Privilege=high).

admin-usernameSpecifies if admin-username=encrypted_username, then encrypted strings are used for admin-username; no minimum length; maximum length is 30 characters15 characters convert to 30 characters encrypted.

admin-passwordSpecifies if admin-password=encrypted_password, then encrypted strings are used for admin-password; no minimum length; maximum length is 30 characters15 characters convert to 30 characters encrypted.

Enc-usernameSpecifies if the username is encrypted, and encrypted strings are used for the Enc-username.

Enc-passwordSpecifies if the password is encrypted, and encrypted strings are used for the Enc-password.

NOTE:

The AdminMode items are on the right-click menu.

usernameSpecifies the username; no minimum length; maximum length is 15 characters.

passwordSpecifies the password; no minimum length; maximum length is 15 characters.

ShowAdminIf ShowAdmin is set to no and SSPR is set to yes, the SSPR button takes the position of the admin button.

ShowAESButtonIf you set ShowAESButton to Yes and then enter the administrator mode, the AES Encrypt button populates in System Admin. To launch the encrypted generator to generate enc-password for INI settings, click AES Encrypt.

Set ShowAESButton=no, to hide AES Encrypt. If Enc-Username and Enc- Password parameters are set, then the default value is yes. Otherwise, the default value is no.

The ShowAdmin parameter enables or disables the local admin button in the ThinOS Lite login window when StoreFront is disabled.

In this release, if the ShowAdmin parameter is set to no, and the SSPR button is enabled, the SSPR button is positioned in the place of the admin button.

BootOrder={PXE, HardDisk, USB} BootOrder Sets the boot order for the BIOS. The boot order must follow these rules:

1. The boot order is a list of these three options separated by a semi-colon (;) or a comma (,).

2. Every option must be used.

3. The options must be different.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

For example, the following settings are valid:

BootOrder=PXE;HardDisk;USB BootOrder=HardDisk;PXE;USB BootOrder=USB;PXE;HardDisk However, the following settings are invalid:

BootOrder=PXE;HardDisk BootOrder=PXE;PXE;USB BootOrder=PXE;HardDisk;USB;PXE If the first boot order is not HardDisk, the system restart will boot from the BIOS setting.

BootpDisable={no, yes} Default is no.

BootpDisable Yes/no option to disable BOOTP requests. ThinOS supports both DHCP and BOOTP to obtain the network configurations. In the first two attempts, only DHCP is requested. Then, both DHCP and BOOTP are requested.

For some environments, BOOTP requests will delay obtaining the IP from the DHCP server. Set BootpDisable=yes will only perform a DHCP request. This setting is only valid after the next reboot.

CmosPassword=

[encrypt={no, yes}]

CmosPassword Specifies the BIOS password on supported platforms; string up to 8 characters.

encrypt Default is yes. If encrypt=yes, an encrypted string is used as a password and the password is encoded by Dell Wyse encrypt tool.

CustomInfo={yes, no}

[Custom1=custom1_str]

[Custom2=custom2_str]

[Custom3=custom3_str]

[Location=location_str]

[Contact=contact_str]

Yes/no option to configure or store custom information. If CustomInfo=yes, the custom information configured by the following options will be stored into NVRAM. If CustomInfo=no, the custom information in NVRAM will be cleared.

For example:

CustomInfo=yes custom1=11 custom2=2 custom3=3 location=wyse contact=peter

NOTE: Maximum length is 32 characters.

**DeskColor=rrr ggg bbb Default is 16 100 36; where DeskColor =16 100 36 (green) is the default.

Specifies the desktop background color in RGB string format that must be enclosed in quotes, where rrr, ggg, and bbb are decimal numbers in the rage of 0 to 255. When using this parameter in a wnos.ini file, it will be saved to NVRAM if EnableLocal is set to yes in the wnos.ini file.

NOTE:

The MirrorFileServer parameter also supports the DeskColor parameter.

Desktop=bitmap file

[Layout={tile, center, stretch}]

[IconTextColor="rrr ggg bbb"]

Desktop Specifies a bitmap file to be used as wallpaper for the local desktop. This file could be a 4-bit, 8-bit, or 24-bit BMP file or a standard GIF file or a standard JPEG file. The file must be located in the FTP server wnos\bitmap directory. Default is Wyse wallpaper. To disable the parameter, leave value blank (Desktop=wysedefault).

When bitmap file is set in wnos.ini, at next restart, the thin client does not show Dell default wallpaper until INI wallpaper is loaded.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

To recover the Dell default wallpaper, set Desktop=DELLDEFAULT in wnos.ini or do a factory reset.

When the parameter is set to Desktop=WYSEDEFAULT, the old Dell logo wallpapers that was used in versions earlier than ThinOS build 8.5.0 are loaded.

When the parameter is set to Desktop=''', the wallpaper is disabled.

Layout This parameter specifies the arrangement on the desktop background of the bitmap file specified by the Desktop parameter. If auto dial-up is set, the Layout parameter becomes invalid. The default value is stretch.

For center, the image is placed in the center of the desktop without image size change. For tile, the image is replicated across the desktop. For stretch, the image is modified to fill the desktop.

NOTE:

The MirrorFileServer parameter also supports the DeskColor parameter.

IconTextColor Specifies the icon text color in RGB string format that must be enclosed in quotes, where rrr, ggg and bbb are decimal numbers in the range of 0 to 255.

Device=DellCmos

[CurrentPassword=password]

[CurrentPasswordEnc=password encrypted]

[NewPassword=password]

[NewPasswordEnc=password encrypted]

[Audio={yes, no}]

[InternalSpeaker={yes,no}]

[Microphone={yes,no}]

[AdminLock={yes, no}]

[AutoPower={Disable, Daily, Workday, Days}]

[AutoPowerTime=hh:mm]

[AutoPowerDays={Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday}]

[ACRecovery={PowerOff, PowerOn, LastState}]

[USBRearPort={yes, no}]

[USBFrontPort={yes, no}]

[WakeOnLan={Disable, LAN, PXE}]

[WakeOnUSB={yes, no}]

[USBBootSupport={yes, no}]

[PXEBootSupport={yes, no}]

{OSDConfigure=[yes, no]]

[MACPASSConfigure=[yes, no, Integrated]]

These INI parameters are applicable to thin clients with Dell standard BIOS. NOTE: All DellCmos settings, except CurrentPassword and CurrentPasswordEnc, take effect after power off restart.

CurrentPasswordThis option provides the current BIOS password for changing BIOS settings when device's admin pass word is available.

CurrentPasswordEnc This option is used to provide encrypted current password.

NewPasswordThis option is used to change device's password. Current Password is not required if device's admin password is not available.

NewPasswordEncThis option is used to provide encrypted new password.

NOTE: Password encrypted is of higher priority. For example: If both CurrentPassword and CurrentPasswordEnc are configured, then CurrentPasswordEnc overwrites the CurrentPassword.

AudioThis option enables or disables the integrated audio controller. BIOS default value is yes. All Dell BIOS settings take effect after you restart the thin client.

InternalSpeakerThis option enables or disables internal speakers on the thin client. The default value is yes. All Dell BIOS settings take effect after you restart your thin client. This parameter is only available for Wyse 5470 All-in-One Thin Client.

MicrophoneThis option enables or disables microphone devices. The default value in BIOS is set to yes. All Dell BIOS settings take effect after your restart the thin client. This parameter is only available for Wyse 5470 All-in-One Thin Client.

AdminLockWhen enabled, this option prevents user from entering setup when an admin password is set. Default value is no.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[USBSidePortTop=[yes, no]]

[USBSidePortBottom=[yes, no]]

[USBRearPortTopLeft=[yes, no]]

[USBRearPortTopRight=[yes, no]]

[USBRearPortBottomLeft=[yes, no]]

[USBRearPortBottomRight=[yes, no]]

Action={extract, restore}

MaxSleepPeriod={0-255}

AutoPowerThis option sets the time of day when you want the system to automatically turn on.

No/DisableThe system does not automatically power up; Yes/Daily The system power ups every day at the time specified in AutoPowerTime; Wo rkday The system power ups Monday through Friday at the time specified in AutoPo werTime; Days The system power ups on the days specified in AutoPowerDays;

AutoPowerTimeThis option specifies the auto power on time, value range of hh is 0 to 23, while mm is 0 to 59.

AutoPowerDays This option specifies the days to power up system automatically. For example, Device=DellCmos AutoPower=Days AutoPowerTime=2:30 AutoPowerDays=S unday; Friday; Saturday.

ACRecovery This option specifies how the system behaves when AC power is restored aft er an AC power outage.

PowerOffSystem stays off after AC power is restored. PowerOnSystem powers on after AC power is restored.

LastStateSystem will keep the last power state as the last/previous state of the system was before AC power was removed.

USBRearPort If yes is specified, devices attached to the rear USB port are enabled, and available for Operating system. If no is specified, Operating System cannot detect any devices attached to the rear USB port.

USB keyboard and mouse always work in the BIOS setup irrespective of this s etting.

USBFrontPort If yes is specified, devices attached to the front USB port are enabled and av ailable for Operating system. If no is specified, Operating System cannot detect any device attached to front USB port.

USB keyboard and mouse always work in the BIOS setup irrespective of this s etting.

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WakeOnLANThis option allows the thin client to power up from the off state when triggered by special LAN signal.Wakeup from the standby state is unaffected by this setting and must be enabled in the operating system. This feature only works when the thin client is connected to AC power supply.

Disable Do not allow the system to power on by special LAN signals when it receiv es a wake up signal from the LAN or wireless LAN.

LANAllows the thin client to be powered on by special LAN signals.

PXEA wake up packet sent to the system in either the S4 or S5 state causes the syste m to wake up, and immediately boot to PXE.

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Table 6. General Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files (continued)

Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

WakeOnUSBWakeOnUSB allows the computer to power up from the off state when triggered by USB signal. Wakeup from the standby state is unaffected by this setting and must be enabled in the operating system. This feature only works when the computer is connected to AC.

If yes is specified, wake on USB is enabled. If no is specified, wake on USB is disabled.

NOTE: WakeonUSB can work under S3.

USBBootSupportIf yes is specified, device allows operating system to boot from USB port. If no is specified, the operating system cannot boot device from USB port.

NOTE: USB, keyboard, and mouse always work regardless of being specified or not.

PXEBootSupportIf yes is specified, device allows operating system to boot from PXE. If no is specified, the operating system cannot boot device from PXE

For extract action, CMOS content is saved to file $PF_cmos.$VER $PFname of Dell BIOS platform.

$VERversion of BIOS, like 1.2.2.

With ThinOS log, CMOS, extract to $PF_cmos.$VER For restore action, CMOS content is updated from file $PF_cmos.$VER With a syslog, CMOS: restore from $PF_cmos.$VER The file is strongly checked and protected from corruption.

The content is wrapped in a file header, including a field of magic number, checksum, timestamp, length and platform name.

The content is first checksum and then AES encrypted during save operation.

During restore operation, if the CMOS timestamp (stored in nvram) matches the timestamp on the file, the cmos content is not written every time to avoid wearing out the cmos chip.

For usage of this feature, there should be a special INI user name like "cmos". The associated ini/cmos.ini should include one line as "Device=DellCmos Action=extract" (Please note: "Device=DellCmos Action=extract" is not suggested to be written in global INI file, like wnos.ini, and it will take no effect if it has been written in global INI file). And "CurrentPassword" is must be required if device's BIOS password is existed regardless extract or restore action. E.g: Device=DellCmos CurrentPassword= xxxxx Action=restore.

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After the administrator configured the CMOS on a template unit, the administrator should sign on to the cmos account on ThinOS to get the CMOS content saved to the cmos file on writable File Server wnos directory.

Then, the wnos.ini should be configured with Device=DellCmos action=restore, so all target units will get updated with the same CMOS setting as template unit after reboot.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Once the restore action is finished, both the Device=DellCmos Action=extract and Device=DellCmos action=restore must be removed from the related INI files.

The usage of other settings is self-explanatory. The only condition to use the setting is the BIOS GUI has such settings.

OSDConfigureThis option enables the thin client to enable or disable the OSD function.This INI parameter is only applicable to 5470 All-in-one thin client.

MACPASSConfigureThis option allows the computer to enable or disable the Integrated MAC PASS Through function. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 thin client.

USBSidePortTop If yes is specified, the device attached to the top USB port on the left-side of the thin client is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot detect any device attached to this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

USBSidePortBottomIf yes is specified, the device attached to the bottom USB port on the left-side of the thin client is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot detect any device attached to this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

USBRearPortTopLeftIf yes is specified, the devices attached to the top- left USB port on the back of the thin client is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot detect any device attached this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

USBRearPortTopRightIf yes is specified, the devices attached to the top-right USB port on the back of the thin client is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot detect any device attached to this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

USBRearPortBottomLeftIf yes is specified, the devices attached to the bottom-left USB port is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot see any device attached to this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

USBRearPortBottomRightIf yes is specified, the devices attached to the bottom-right USB port is enabled and available for the operating system. If no is specified, the operating system cannot see any device attached to this port. This INI parameter is only applicable to Wyse 5470 All-in-One thin client.

MaxSleepPeriod-This parameter specifies the maximum time period the thin client is allowed to be in sleep mode. The thin client reboots after resuming from sleep mode. If you set the value as 0, the thin client resumes from sleep mode without rebooting. Primary unit is day, and the current unit is hour. The default value is set to one hour, and its range is 0 to 255.

DEVICE=UsbTrace

vid_pid={device vid/pin hex format}

[max_len=500]

Specify the WTOS to trace USB device data to ftp or USB disk. For "vid_pid", device Vendor ID and Product ID hex value, and VID is high 16 bit while Product ID is low 16 bit.

Allows to trace maximum of eight devices at one time. For "max_len", set a max len for capturing each USB transfer data. Default value is 128. After you

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

set this, you need to set option in Trouble shooting to start tracing the USB device data.

EnableSecondaryPort= {yes, no, 1, 0} Allows you to enable the secondary audio port on the back of the WD19 docking station. When you set the value to 1 or yes, the audio port on the front side of the WD-19 is disabled.

[enableEEE={0,1}] enableEEEThis option enables or disables ENERGYSTAR 8 on your ThinOS-based client. Set the value to 0 to disable ENERGYSTAR 8 on your thin client. Set the value to 1 to enable ENERGYSTAR 8 on your thin client. By default, the value is set to 1.

FactoryDefault={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to reset the system settings to factory default. This parameter, when set to yes, is only initialized once for each firmware change; however, you can set to no and then reboot so the option will be initialized again.

NOTE:

If the FactoryDefault parameter value is changed to yes, the thin client will reboot without notice to the user.

*Include=path/filename For {username}.ini file onlySpecifies to include another INI file at the position of this parameter. Only one level of including is allowed (no nesting) and only for a {username}.ini file.

KeySequence={no, yes}

[Ctrl+Alt+Del={no, yes}]

[Ctrl+Alt+Up={no, yes}]

[Ctrl+Alt+Down={no, yes}]

[Ctrl+Alt+Left={no, yes}]

[Ctrl+Alt+Right={no, yes}]

[Win+L={no,yes}]

[Alt+Tab={yes,no}]

KeySequence Yes/no option to enable the following supported combined keys options.

KeySequence=yes enables all of these options, each having a default of yes or no as noted that you can change individually to the setting desired.

KeySequence=no disables all of these options regardless of the individual settings.

Ctrl+Alt+Del Default is no. Yes/no option to enable Ctrl+Alt+Del to lock the thin client if the user is logged in with a password. If the user is logged in without a password, this key sequence does not work.

Ctrl+Alt+Up Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable Ctrl+Alt+Up to toggle a session between fullscreen and window mode.

Ctrl+Alt+Down Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable Ctrl+Alt+Down to toggle between task selections.

Ctrl+Alt+Left Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable Ctrl+Alt+Left Arrow to lock the thin client if the user is logged in with a password. If the user is logged in without a password, this key sequence does not work.

Ctrl+Alt+Right Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable Ctrl+Alt+Right Arrow to lock the thin client if the user is logged in with a password. If the user is logged in without a password, this key sequence does not work.

Win+L Default is no. Yes/no option to enable use of Win+L key to lock the client.

Alt+Tab Default is yes. This option is used for task selection.

**Language=code

[ManualOverride={yes,no}]

Language Specifies the keyboard language to use. Once specified in a wnos.ini file, it is saved in non-volatile memory. The code used must be

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[Charset={ISO-8859-1, ISO-8859-2, ISO-8859-5, ISO-8859-7}]

[ImageSuffix={us, fr, de, gb, b5, jp, ko, la, default]

exactly the same as the character string shown in the keyboard language list below.

ManualOverride If you set ManualOverride=yes, all the parameters are only valid in factory default. It is helpful to configure keyboard setting manually in case of multiple nationalities within a company. This option must be following Language=code statement.

Charset Specifies which ISO option to use:

ISO-8859-1 This is Default. Supports part 1 of the standard character encoding of the Latin alphabet.

ISO-8859-2 Supports the Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, and Slovenian languages on the desktop display.

ISO-8859-5 Supports Cyrillic characters on the desktop display.

ISO-8859-7 Supports the Greek language on the desktop display.

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Keyboard Language List Description and Code

Arabic (Saudi Arabia) Ar_sau

Arabic (Iraq) Ar_ira

Arabic (Egypt) Ar_egy

Arabic (Libya) Ar_lib

Arabic (Algeria) Ar_alg

Arabic (Morocco) Ar_mor

Arabic (Tunisia) Ar_tun

Arabic (Oman) Ar_oma

Arabic (Yemen) Ar_yem

Arabic (Syria) Ar_syr

Arabic (Jordan) Ar_jor

Arabic (Lebanon) Ar_leb

Arabic (Kuwait) Ar_kuw

Arabic (U.A.E.) Ar_uae

Arabic (Bahrain) Ar_bah

Arabic (Qatar) Ar_qat

Brazilian Br

Canadian Multilingual ca_ml

Chinese (Simplified) Gb

Chinese (Traditional) b5

Croatian Croat

Czech Cz

Czech (Qwerty) Cz_q

Danish Dk

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Dutch Nl

Dutch (Belgian) Nl_be

Dutch (Belgian Comma) Nl_be_c

English (3270 Australian) au3270

English (Australian) Au

English (New Zealand) Nz

English (United Kingdom) Uk

English (United States) (default) Us

Estonian (Estonia) Et_ee

Finnish Fi

French (Belgian) fr_be

French (Belgian Comma) fr_be_c

French (Canadian) fr_ca

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French (France) Fr

French (Swiss) fr_sf

German De

German (IBM) de_ibm

German (Swiss) de_sg

Greek el

Hungarian Hu

Icelandic Is

Italian It

Italian (Swiss) it142

Latvian (Latvia) lv_lv

Latvian (Qwerty) lv_lv_q

Lithuanian (Standard) lt_lt

Lithuanian (IBM) lt_lt_i

Lithuanian (MS) lt_lt_m

Japanese Jp

Japanese_109a Jp_109a

Korean Ko

Korean (MS-IME2002) ko_ime

Norwegian No

Polish (214) Pl

Polish Programmers pl_prog

Portuguese Pt

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Portuguese (Brazil) Pt2

Romanian Ro

Russian Ru

Slovakian Slovak

Slovakian (Qwerty) sk_q

Slovenian Sloven

Spanish Es

Spanish (Mexican) English La(us)

Spanish (Mexican) Localized La

Swedish Se

Turkish Turk

Turkish (QWERTY) turk_q

U.S. International us_int

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Japanese refers to Japanese Input system (MS-IME2000), not JP. Russian keyboard is supported for server input; it is not supported to input locally.

ImageSuffix Localization builds have different suffixes according to the keyboard language as follows:

jp (Japanese)

gb (Simplified Chinese)

b5 (Traditional Chinese)

ko (Korean)

la (Spanish Mexican)

By default, with the above keyboard languages, the system will update the standard image according to the suffixes with the language code. With other keyboard languages, the system will update the standard image without the suffix specified.

For example, if you set Language=jp, the system will update the image named C10_wnos.jp which is the Japanese localization build. If you set Language=us, the system will update the image named C10_wnos. The option ImageSuffix can specify the suffix of the image name when you do not want the default behavior.

[LimitCoredumpPartition={yes,no}] LimitCoredumpPartitionThis parameter reduces the total number of coredumps saved by limiting the space on NVram for coredumps. Enabling this option reduces the user login time.

Locale=

[load={yes | no}]

LocaleSpecifies the system language. Locale changes the language for the user logon-experience screens only displayed during boot-up and logon and not the configuration or administrator screens.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Values include: English, us, French, fr, German, de, Chinese Simplified, gb, Chinese Traditional, b5, Japanese, jp, Korean, ko, Latin, la.

load=yes/no specifies whether or not to load the language file. The language file must end with the locale name and be placed under the folder wnos/locale in the file server.

NOTE:

For example, if you want to specify French and load the localized messages, you must place a file named French.msg under the folder wnos/locale in the file server, and then add Locale=French load=yes in the INI file. You can use Local=fr instead of Locale=French.

NOTE:

For Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, and Korean localization, a font file must also be placed under the folder wnos/font in the file server.

For example, if you want to specify the system language to be Japanese, you must place a file named Japanese.msg under the folder wnos/locale in the file server, place a file named Japanese.fnt under the folder wnos/ font in the file server, and then add Locale=Japanese load=yes in the INI file.

If you are under a Wyse maintenance contract, you can download .fnt and .msg files from your My Downloads page in the Self-Service Center.

If you are not under maintenance and wish to gain access to these files, you must complete a product registration.

LocaleList= LocaleList Specifies a list of locale, so that a user can switch the system language as needed.

Values include: English, us, French, fr, German, de, Chinese Simplified, gb, Chinese Traditional, b5, Japanese, jp, Korean, ko, Latin, la.

All the values will be displayed in the GUI. To view the GUI, click System Preference > General > Locale. Be sure to place the necessary files, for example German.msg, Japanese.msg, Japanese.fnt, and so on under the correct folders as described in the Locale parameter description.

OSDRepeatRate={0, 1, 2} OSD Repeat RateThis feature is only supported on the Wyse 5470 All-in- One Thin Client. This feature is designed to increase the speed of the OSD button used for adjusting the brightness of the screen. The value ranges from 0-2, for example, the parameter value is set to 0 which is default, it takes 20 seconds to adjust the brightness of the screen from 0 to 100. If the value is set to 2, it will take 10 seconds to adjust the brightness of the screen from 1 to 100.

OSDRepeatDelay={0, 1,2} OSD Repeat DelayThis feature is only supported on the Wyse 5470 All-in- One Thin Client. This feature is designed to decrease the speed of the OSD button used for adjusting the brightness of the screen. The value ranges from 0-2, for example, the parameter value is set to 0 which is default, it takes 20 seconds to adjust the brightness of the screen from 0 to 100. If the value is set to 2, it will take 50 seconds to adjust the brightness of the screen from 1 to 100.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

**Password=

[encrypt={no, yes}]

Specifies the password as the sign-on password; no minimum length; maximum length is 64 characters.

In a wnos.ini file If set to the default password, the system will sign on automatically and not wait for username, password, and domain entries.

In a [username].ini file Be sure it is the encrypted password of the user or the system will fail to sign on. This can be changed by a user, if allowed, in the Sign-on dialog box.

encrypt Default is no. Yes/no option to use an encrypted string for a password in the INI file instead of clear text. If encrypt=yes, the password in the INI is an ecrypted string instead of cleartext . For example: Password=wyseatc@123 or

Password=NCAONIBINMANMLCOLKCNLL \ encrypt=yes

** PRIVILEGE=[None, Low, High]

[LockDown= {no, yes}]

[HideSysInfo={no, yes}]

[HidePPP={no, yes}]

[HidePN={no, yes}]

[HideConnectionManager={no, yes}]

[EnableNetworkTest={no, yes}]

[EnableTrace={no, yes}]

[ShowDisplaySettings={no, yes}]

[EnableKeyboardMouseSettings={no, yes}]

[KeepDHCPRequestIP={no, yes}]

[SuppressTaskBar={no, yes, auto}]

[EnablePrinterSettings={no, yes}]

[CoreDump={ide, disabled]

[EnableNetworkSetup={yes, no}]

[DisableNetworkOptions={yes, no}]

[EnableSystemPreferences={yes, no, TerminalNameOnly}]

[DisableTerminalName={yes, no}]

[DisableSerial={yes, no}]

[DisableRotate={yes, no}]

[DisableChangeDateTime={yes, no}]

[EnableVPNManager={yes, no}]

[TrapReboot={yes, no}]

[EnableCancel={yes, no}]

[EnablePeripherals={keyboard, mouse, audio, serial, camera, touchscreen, bluetooth}]

Default is High.

Privilege controls operator privileges and access to thin client resources. See also CCMEnable={yes, no}.

NoneThis level of access is typical for kiosk or other restricted-use deployment. The System Setup selection on the desktop menu is disabled and the Setup submenu is not displayed. The Connect Manager is disabled by default.

When the INI parameter is set to None and the user uses the key combination Windows+ P or Fn + F8, the display setup window is disabled.

The Connect Manager can be enabled by using the HideConnectionManager=no option, however, the user cannot create a new connection or edit an existing connection. The user cannot reset the thin client to factory defaults.

Low This access level is assigned to a typical user. The Network selection on the Setup submenu is disabled and the Network Setup dialog box cannot be opened. The user cannot reset the thin client to factory defaults.

High Administrator access level allows all thin client resources to be available with no restrictions. A user can reset to factory defaults.

NOTE:

If None or Low is used, the Network Setup dialog box is disabled. If it is necessary to access this dialog box and the setting None or Low is not saved into NVRAM, remove the network connector and reboot.

LockDown Default isno. Yes/no option to allow lockdown of the thin client. If yes is specified, the system saves the privilege level in flash. If no is specified, the system clears the privilege level from flash to the default unlocked state.

NOTE:

If the thin client is set to LockDown without a High privilege level, it will disable the G key reset on power-up.

LockDown can be used to set the default privilege of the thin client. For example

If LockDown=yes, then the privilege is saved in permanent registry.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[FastDHCP={yes,no}]

TCPTosDscp=[Default/CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4/ CS5/CS6/CS7/AF11/AF12/AF13/AF22/AF23/ AF31/AF32/AF33/AF42/AF43/EF]

UDPTosDscp=[Default/CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4/ CS5/CS6/CS7/AF11/AF12/AF13/AF22/AF23/ AF31/AF32/AF33/AF42/AF43/EF]

[HideWlanScan={yes,no}]

[EnableNewConnection={yes, no}]

[EnableHomeWireless={yes, no}]

if LockDown=no, then the privilege level is set to the default high in the permanent registry.

That is, the system has a default high privilege level, which is stored in the permanent registry.

If you do not specify a privilege in either the wnos.ini file or the {username}.ini file or the network is unavailable, the setting of LockDown will take effect. It can be modified by a clause.

For example, privilege= lockdown=yes in a wnos.ini file or a {username}.ini file sets the default privilege to the specified level.

HideSysInfo Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the System Information from view.

HidePPP Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the Dialup Manager, PPPoE Manager, and PPTP Manager from view.

HidePN Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the PNAgent or PNLite icon from view on the taskbar.

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HideConnectionManager Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the Connect Manager window from view.

NOTE:

As stated earlier, although the Connect Manager is disabled by default if Privilege=none, the Connect Manager can be enabled by using HideConnectionManager=no; however, the user cannot create a new connection or edit an existing connection.

EnableNetworkTest Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the Network Test.

EnableTrace Default is no. Yes/no option to enable trace functionality. The active items are added to the desktop right-click menu in Privilege=Highlevel.

ShowDisplaySettings Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the Display Settings in a popup menu.

EnableKeyboardMouseSettings. Yes/no option to enable the keyboard and mouse configuration preferences.

KeepDHCPREquest Default is no. Yes/no option to keep the same IP address that is requested from the DHCP server after a request fails and does not invoke the Network Setup dialog box.

SuppressTaskBar Default is no. Yes/no/auto option to hide the taskbar. If set to auto the taskbar will automatically hide/display the taskbar.

When using this parameter in a wnos.ini file, it will be saved to NVRAM if EnableLocal is set to yes in the wnos.ini file.

EnablePrinterSettings Default isno. Yes/no option to enable printer configurations when a user Privilege=None.

CoreDump The option CoreDump=disabled will disable the core dump function.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

EnableNetworkSetup This option is used to enable and disable the network setup.

DisableNetworkOptions This option is used to enable and disable the network options.

EnableSystemPreferences If the optional parameter, EnableSystemPreferences=TerminalNameOnly is set with Privilege=none, then the System Preferences menu is enabled, and only Terminal Name field can be accessed.

DisableTerminalName This option is used to enable and disable the terminal name.

DisableSerial This option is used to enable and disable the serial table in peripherals.

DisableRotate If the optional DisableRotate=yes is set, the rotate setting in the display setup will be disabled. This is only valid for C class clients because the rotation performance in C class may not be desirable.

If the optional EnableNetworkSetup=yes is set with Privilege={none, low}, the network setup will be enabled.

If the optional DisableNetworkOptions=yes is set at the same time, the Options table will be disabled.

If the optional EnableSystemPreferences=yes is set with Privilege={none, low}, the system preferences setup will be enabled.

If the optional DisableTerminalName=yes is set at the same time, the terminal name field will be disabled.

If the optional DisableSerial=yes is set with Privilege={none, low}, the serial table in peripherals setup will be enabled.

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DisableChangeDateTime If the optional DisableChangeDateTime is set, the function of changing date and time locally will be disabled. For example, if you right-click the time label in taskbar, nothing is displayed. The Change Date and Time button in System Preference will be invisible.

EnableVPNManagerIf the optional EnableVPNManager=yes is set with Privilege={none, low}, the VPN Manager setup is enabled.

TrapReboot If the optional TrapReboot=yes is set, client reboots after the execution of the trap.

EnableCancel If the optional EnableCancel=yes is set with Privilege={none, low}, the counter down window for reboot or shutdown can be cancelled. The default value is no.

For example, set the following ini,

Inactive=1

AutoSignoff=yes Shutdown=yes

ShutdownCounter=30

Privilege=none EnableCancel=yes.

After no mouse and keyboard input in 1 minute, the system will pop up a counter down window to shut down in 30 seconds. You can cancel it.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

EnablePeripheralsIf the option EnablePeripherals is set with Privilege=none, the specified peripherals tab will be enabled. The value of the option can be a list of any valid value separated with "," or ";". For Camera, Touchscreen and Bluetooth, they can be enabled only, if the devices are available.

For example, Privilege=none lockdown=yes EnablePeripherals=mouse,audio,camera,bluetooth, then mouse and audio tab will be enabled. If there are camera and/or bluetooth devices, the camera and/or bluetooth tab will be enabled too. The optional EnableKeyboardMouseSettings=yes can be replaced as: Privilege=none lockdown=yes EnablePeripherals=keyboard,mouse.

FastDHCP FastDHCP identifies the gateway first. If the gateway is same as the network before disconnection and the previous DHCP information is valid, the same information is used. The default value is yes.

TCPTosDscpUse this option to set the TOS field of all TCP packets when the fields are not pre-configured by other INI settings.

UDPTosDscpUse this option to set the TOS field of all UDP packets when the fields are not pre-configured by other INI settings.Added new sheet TOS_Priority_settings for TosDSCP INI, which is merged from TOS_Priority_settings.docx.

HideWlanScanUse this option to disable WIFI scan in lockdown mode. The default value is no.

EnableNewConnectionIf the option, EnableNewConnection=yes is set with Privilege=None or Privilege=Low, the New button of Connect Manager window in classic mode or the Add Connection button in zero mode is enabled to permit new connection. At the same time, the connection property is also enabled.

EnableHomeWirelessThis parameter enables you to configure the wireless network setup even when the user INI is set to None. Deploy the INI parameter EnableHomeWireless={yes} with the user privilege set to None to enable this feature. By default, the value is set to no.

ResourceURL={yes, no}

[Type={Picture, Firmware, Package}]

[URL=_url_path_]

[User=_user_name]

[Password=_password_]

[Encrypt={yes, no}]

The resource files have their specified default path in file server, for example, the pictures for Showing Picture screen saver are from the folder /wnos/ picture in file server (default), and the bitmap are from /wnos/bitmap.

ResourceURLIf this option is set to yes, the subsequent options are use to configure one or more resource URL. The system fetches the resource files from the new URL.

If this option is set to no, all the subsequent options are to be ignored.

TypeThis option specifies the resource type. Currently, only Picture is supported, which is for showing picture screen saver.

Type=PictureThis option specifies the URL of pictures for Showing Picture screen saver.

Type=FirmwareThis option specifies the URL for ThinOS image, BIOS image, hosts, printermap and noticefile.

Type=PackageThis option specifies the URL for packages.

Example:

ResourceUrl=yes \

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

type=picture url=ftp://10.xxx.xxx.xx/pic1 user=pteng password=xxxxxx encrypt=no \ type=firmware url=http://10.xxx.xxx.x/wnos1 user=administrator password=XXXXXX encrypt=yes \ type=package url=https://10.xxx.xxx.xxx/wnos/pkg2 user=abc password=yyyy URLThis option specifies a new URL of the resources.

User and PasswordThese options specify the credentials of the new resource URL.

EncryptThis option specifies whether or not the password is encrypted. For example, ResourceUrl=yes type=picture url=ftp://10.xxx.xxx.xx/pic1 user=pteng password=xxxxxx encrypt=no

**ScreenSaver=value{0, 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30}

[LockTerminal={0, 1, 2, 3}]

[Type={0, 1, 2, 3, 4}]

[VideoLink=httplink]

[VideoSpan=no]

[Unit=hour]

[Image=imagefile]

[PictureTimer={2-60}]

[PictureOrder=random]

[PictureCheck=always]

[PictureLayout={stretch, tile, center}]

[Sleep={0-180}]

Screensaver Specifies to put the thin client in a screensaver state when the time limit for inactivity is reached, that is delay before starting is reached.

Default value is 10. Value and delay before starting the screensaver:

0 Disabled

1 1 Minute

3- 3 Minutes

5 5 Minutes

10 10 Minutes

15 15 Minutes

30 30 Minutes

The default screen saver value is 10 minutes and the maximum value is 180 minutes. If the value is not specified in the table, it is added to the drop down list in the GUI.

LockTerminal This is an optional parameter and specifies to put the thin client in LOCK state when the screen saver is activated. Default is 0.

0 Disabled.

1 Puts the thin client in a LOCK state when the screen saver is activated. The wallpaper is shown and the user is prompted with an unlock dialog box to enter the sign-on password to unlock the thin client. LockTerminal settings are saved into NVRAM if LockTerminal=1and EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

2 Puts the thin client in a LOCK state when the screen saver is activated, however, the wall paper cannot be viewed when the user is prompted with an unlock dialog box to enter the sign-on password to unlock the thin client.

3 Puts the thin client in a LOCK state when the screen saver is activated, and the username and password are needed to unlock the terminal. The wallpaper is not shown and the Password field in the Unlocking window is invisible until you have entered the username.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

When you click OK or press the Return key, a message box pops up to input the username and password to unlock the terminal.

NOTE:

The user must be signed on with a password for a Lock action to take effect. If set in KeySequence, users can lock the thin client at any time by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Left arrow or Ctrl+Alt+Right arrow.

Unit This parameter converts the screen saver timer value from minutes to hours to set longer time.

Type Specifies which type of screensaver to use.

0 Blank the Screen

1 Flying Bubbles

2 Moving Image

3 Showing Pictures

4 Playing Video

If the value is set to Type=None, and the parameter LockTerminal is set to a non-zero value, the unlocking window is displayed when the screen saver times out.

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VideoLink Specifies the video link address of the video file. Links with only http are supported. The mp4 video format is supported.

VideoSpan Specifies the video displayed mode in the screen. If the dual head is in span mode and VideoSpan=yes, it is spanned across all the screens. If VideoSpan=no, it is displayed in the main screen.

Imagefile This is an optional parameter and specifies an image file residing in the bitmap sub-folder under the home folder to be used as a Moving Image screensaver.

If Type is set to 2 and no image file is present then the default Dell Wyse logo is used.

If Type is set to 3, pictures residing in picture subfolder under the home folder are displayed.

If SelectGroup=yes, then the pictures residing in the picture subfolder under the group folder are displayed. For example, /wnos/ini/ {group_dir}/picture If group pictures do not exist, global pictures are used. Supported formats include JPG, GIF, PNG and BMP.

PictureTimer Specifies the interval to wait in seconds to display another picture. Default value is 6 seconds.

PictureOrder Specifies the order of picture files to display. The default is to use the order of sort from A to Z. If set to random, pictures are displayed randomly.

PictureCheck Specifies whether to check for picture files servers or not.

NOTE:

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

If set to always, the picture files in file servers are checked when the screen saver starts every time. By default, the system checks for picture files only when the screen saver starts for the first time to decrease network traffic.

PictureLayout The optional parameter is used to specify the arrangement on the desktop when pictures are displayed. For the tile selection, the image is replicated across the desktop. For the center selection, the image is placed at the center of the desktop without any image size change. For the stretch selection, the image is either expanded or shrinked to fill the desktop. The default value is stretch.

SleepThe optional parameter is used to specify the interval minutes to stop soft screen saver and turn off monitor. After the specified minutes, since software screen saver starts up, the software screen saver is stopped and turns off the monitor until screen saver is off. The value range is 0180. The value 0 is default which disables this function.

**ShutdownCount={0 to 60} (seconds)

or

**ShutdownCounter={0 to 60} (seconds)

ShutdownCount or ShutdownCounter Specifies the number of seconds to count down before the shutdown sequence starts upon using the thin client power button when there are active sessions.

The default value is 10, however, to commence shutdown immediately and prevent the display of the countdown dialog box, set the value to 0.

ShutdownInfo={no, yes} Yes/no option to display various information such as System Version, Terminal Name, IP Address, and MAC Address in shutdown window.

SysinfoOntop=[yes,no] This parameter enables the System Information window to be displayed at the top in the Z-Order and overlaps on the nonmode switched full screen session window.

TimeServer=server_list

[TimeFormat={24-hour format, 12-hour format}]

[DateFormat={yyyy/mm/dd, mm/dd/yyyy, dd/mm/yyyy}]

[GetBiosDT={no, yes}]

[Timeout=time]

[Retry=number]

TimeServer Specifies the SNTP time servers to use for time retrieval. If a time server is not defined, the client CMOS/ BIOS internal clock will be used as a reference.

TimeFormat Default is 24-hour format. Specifies the time format to use.

DateFormat Default is yyyy/mm/dd. Specifies the date format to use.

NOTE:

The TimeFormat and DateFormat settings in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

GetBiosDT Default is no. Yes/no option to obtain time from BIOS/CMOS when the timeserver is not available or cannot be contacted.

For Example:

TimeServer=time.nist.com \

TimeFormat=24-hour format \

DateFormat=mm/dd/yyyy

or

TimeServer=time.nist.gov \

TimeFormat=24-hour format \

DateFormat=mm/dd/yyyy

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[Timeout=time]-This parameter enables the accurate time before the certification verification process. Default is set to 0.

[Retry=number]-When the value is greater than 0, this parameter reads the time server for retry times. If it is to set to less or equal to 0, it reads only once.

WakeOnLAN={yes, no} Default is yes.

Wake-on-LAN allows a thin client to be turned on or woken up by a network message.

If WakeOnLAN=yes, ThinOS will respond for the Wake-On-LAN packet for a remote wake up.

If WakeOnLAN=no, ThinOS will not respond for the Wake-On-LAN packet.

NOTE:

To use the WakeOnLAN parameter with a C10LE, the C10LE must use BIOS version 1.0B_SPC001 or later.

WakeOnUSB={yes, no} Wake on USBThis feature enables or disables a thin client to wake up from a suspended state using a USB drive. Ensure that you connect the USB drive to the root hub to use the Wake-on-USB feature.

Peripheral settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files The following table contains the parameters used for configuring peripheral settings such as keyboard, monitor, mouse, printers and bluetooth devices. The underlined values are default values.

Table 7. Peripheral Settings for wnos.ini Files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files

Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

BatteryScreenSaver={0} This option disables screen saver only for Battery Mode. This parameter is applicable for Wyse 5470 Thin Client.

DefaultPrinter={LPD1, LPD2, LPD3, LPD4, COM1, COM2, LPT1, LPT2, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, SMB4}

Specifies the default printer. Be sure the printer set as default is enabled or the setting will be invalid.

Device=audio

volume={low, middle, high} or {0 to 25}

mute={0, 1, 2, 3}

[mic_vol={high, middle, low} or {0-25}]

[mic_mute={yes, no}]

[mic_boost={yes, no, 1, 2, 3, 4}]

[min_cache={1-50}]

Specifies the local thin client audio volume.

volume Default is middle. Specifies the volume level.

high maximum volume

middle medium volume

low minimum volume

Values of 0-25 provide more exact volume level

mute Default is 0. Option to enable/disable mute.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[EnableSpeaker={yes, no}][

[playback={device name string}]

[record={device name string}]

[mic_gain_device={device name string}]

[mic_gain={1~8}]

[DPaudio=yes,no]

[local_button=yes, no]

[jack_popup=[yes, no]

[PlayBackEnableList={device name string}] [RecordEnableList={device name string}]

[EnableReplay=[yes, no]]

0 no mute

1 mutes audio

2 mutes audio and system beep

3 mutes system beep

mic_vol Default is medium. Option to set volume levels to high, middle or low.

high maximum volume

middle medium volume

low minimum volume

Values of 0-25 provide more exact volume level.

mic_mute Default is no.

no no mute

yes mutes audio

mic_ boost This option increases the mic decibels.

min_cache Default is 1. This option is for configuring ThinOS audio playback minimum buffering amount in ten millisecond units. This can be used when network bandwidth is not large enough to play audio smoothly.

In such cases, set min_cache higher, so that ThinOS will buffer more audio data before playing the audio.

1 ThinOS will buffer at least 10 ms of audio data when playing audio.

50 ThinOS will buffer at least 500 ms (0.5s) of audio data when playing audio.

EnableSpeaker Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable the internal loud speaker.

playback You can set a playback device name.

record You can set the record device name.

mic_gain_device Specify the device name on which you want the mic gain.

mic_gainEnhances the mic gain by number of times the specified value. The default value is 1.

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DPaudio=[yes, no] The default option is DPaudio=yes. DP audio may impact display on device with certain screen resolutions such as 1920x1200, 2048x1152, 2048x1280, 2560x1080, 2560x1440 (U2718Q, UP3216Q) however not limited. User needs to disable DP audio using INI or GUI.

This setting only works for terminals with DP audio support.

local_button=[yes, no] The default option is yes, if the value is no, the mute/volume up/volume down buttons are disabled in ThinOS local, but it works during session

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

jack_popup The default option of jack_popup is yes. If the jack_popup is set to no, jack selection message display is disabled when the jack headset is plugged in.

The PlayBackEnableList and RecordEnableListEnables you to specify the list of audio devices that are mapped to an ICA session. You can separate each audio device with a comma.

The audio device name is displayed in Event Log after you connect and disconnect the device from the terminal. If the actual device name does not match with the device in the list, the device cannot be mapped to the ICA session. Setting the value to "" results in mapping of all devices. This is similar to no INI setting.

The terminal default device that is available in the list is set as the default device in the session. If there are no default devices in the list, the first valid device in the list is set as the default device in the session.

EnableReplay Enables or disables the audio tab in the Troubleshooting window. You can replay pcap files of the UDP audio.

Device=bluetooth

[Disable={yes, no}]

Set the parameter to disable bluetooth devices. The default value is no. The value is stored into NVRAM. If you set Disable=yes, the bluetooth devices are not initialized.

Device=MIC

[Disable={yes, no}]

Device=MICThis option enables or disables microphone devices. The default value is no and the value is stored in NVRAM.

If the value is set to Disable=yes, the microphone devices are not registered to the system.

Device=camera

[format=raw]

[width={camera supported width}]

[height={camera supported height}]

[fps={camera supported fps}]

[samplerate={0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5}]

[optimize={no, yes}]

[Disable={yes, no}]

[Default={camera device name}]

Specify the ThinOS local camera settings.

format Support only for raw video type; format=raw is fixed.

width The width of the resolution that the local camera supports.

height The height of the resolution that the local camera supports.

fps The frame per second (fps) of the resolution that the local camera supports.

samplerate The software level sample rate based on fps to optimize the performance, where the frame per second for the camera is actually equal to the fps value multiplied by the samplerate value. Samplerate values mean the following sample rates:

0 1/1

1 1/2

2 1/3

3 1/4

4 1/5

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

5 1/6

optimize Default is no. Yes/ no option to optimize the width, height, and fps at 320 x 240 at 10 fps. That is, if optimize=yes, then 320 x 240 at 10 fps will be used for the local camera settings regardless of the individual settings in width, height, and fps; as long as the camera supports the 320 x 240 at 10 fps.

If optimize=yes and the camera does not support the 320 x 240 at 10 fps settings, an error will be present in the Event Log of ThinOS.

If optimize=no then the individual settings in width, height, and fps will be used as long as the camera supports them.

Disable When you specify Disable=yes, the device is disabled. For example, the Camera tab in peripherals setting is disabled, the Exclude video devices option in Global Connection Settings is disabled. The device cannot be accessed at local and remote sessions.

The parameter Default=camera device name supports default camera device setting.

Device=keyboard

[numlockoff={no, yes}]

[repeatrate={0, 1, 2}]

[repeatdelay={0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}]

[disabledKeys={PrtScn;SysRq}]

Device Specifies the local keyboard.

numlockoff Default is no. Yes/no option to turn off the NumLock of the keyboard.

repeatrate Default is 1. Specifies the keyboard repeat rate.

0 Slow

1 Medium

2 Fast

repeatdelay Default is 2. Specifies the keyboard delay in seconds, before repeat.

0 1/5

1 1/4

2 1/3

3 1/2

4 3/4

5 1

6 2

7 No Repeat

NOTE:

These settings in a wnos.ini file are saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal is set to yes in the wnos.ini file.

disabledKeys=PrtScn;SysRqYou can use this parameter to disable keys in the keyboard. Use semicolon (;) to separate each key. Currently, only Prtscn and SysRq keys are supported.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Device=mouse

[Speed={1-11}]

[Swap={yes, no}]

[FlipFlopWheel={yes, no}]

The speed parameter is used to configure the speed of the moving mouse. 1 is the slowest, and 11 is the fastest. The default value is 6. This parameter replaces the MouseSpeed parameter

If the option Swap is set to yes, the right button is set as the primary button. The default value is no.

If the option FlipFlopWheel is set to yes the mouse scroll wheel is inverted. The default value is no.

Device=Mobile

TrackpadDisable={yes, no}

[CloseLidCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]

[CloseLidDisCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]

[BatteryAutoPowerOff={3-20}]

[TrackpadDisableOnType=[yes, no]]

[TouchScreenDisable=[yes, no]]

Device =MobileThis option is applicable only to the Wyse 5470 Thin Client.

TrackpadDisable={yes, no}Default value is no. The Yes/No option enables or disables the trackpad.

[CloseLidCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]This parameter is applicable for the Wyse 5470 Thin Client. This option specifies the thin client behavior when you close the lid of the thin client connected to an external power source and not running on battery.

The following are the values that you can set for CloseLidCharge: No Only the built-in display is turned off and any

external displays connected to the thin client are turned on when the lid is closed

ShutDownThe thin client shuts down when the lid is closed.

OffDisplayThe built-in display and any external displays connected to the thin client are turned off when the lid is closed. This is the default value.

[CloseLidDisCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]-This parameter is applicable for the Wyse 5470 Thin Client. This parameter specifies the thin client behavior when you close the lid of the thin client running on battery and not connected to any external power source.

The following are the values that you can set for CloseLidDisCharge: No Only the built-in display is turned off and any

external displays connected to the thin client are turned on when the lid is closed.

ShutDownThe thin client shuts down when the lid is closed. This is the default value.

OffDisplayThe built-in display and any external displays connected to the thin client are turned off when the lid is closed.

[BatteryAutoPowerOff={3-20}This parameter is applicable to the Dell Wyse 5470 Thin Client when it is on low battery.

This option specifies that the device shuts down if battery capacity is lower than your set value. The value margin is 3 20 and the unit is percentage.

[TrackpadDisableOnType=[yes, no]]This parameter disables the trackpad while typing when the value is set to yes.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

The default value is no.

[TouchScreenDisable=[yes, no]]This parameter disables the touch screen when the value is set to yes.

The default value is no.

Device=Rfideas

[DisableBeep={yes, no}]

[DisableKeystroke={yes, no}]

[SetCardType={yes, no} Configuration1={*} Configuration2={*} ]

[DisableInitialization={yes, no}]

[DisableLed={yes, no}

Device=Rfideas Specifies the local Rfideas readers.

DisableBeep Default is yes. Option disables the beep sound when the card is read.

DisableKeyStroke Default is yes. Option disables the keyboard movements and key strokes.

SetCardType Default is no. Used only for pcProx Plug readers.

If set to yes, then the Configuration #1 initializes to HID Prox 608x compatibility and Configuration #2 initializes to RDR-758x Equivalent.

If set to no, then the card type remains unchanged.

DisableInitialization Default is no. Option disables configurations to the card reader.

DisableLedIf set to yes, then LED is turned off. If set to no, then LED is controlled by Reader. The default value is not set.

Device=UsbSerial

[start=com{1~4}]

[com{1~4}=com{5~8}]

Specifies the first COM port number that can be used by USB-serial port.

For example, the first USB-Serial port on a VL10 thin client is COM2 by default, but it can be changed to COM3 with the INI file Device=UsbSerial Start=COM3.

1. Without any ini setting: The COM number registered is related with USB port number. Since USB port number is hardware property, it is always mounted in the same order, and there is no relation with the plug sequence.

2. If Device=UsbSerial start=COMx is set, then rule 1 does not work, the COM number is set by "x", and "x" range is 1-4, since ThinOS only supports maximum of four COM.

3. If COMx=COMy is set, the range for x is 1 - 4, and the real name in ThinOS is considered. The range for "y" is 5 - 8, since ICA running on ThinOS only supports maximum of eight COM.

NOTE: The INI [com{1~4}=com{5~8}] is applicable for

ICA connections only.

**DisableMouse={no, yes}

or

MouseDisable={no, yes}

DisableMouse Default value is no. Yes/no option to disabled mouse pointer so that it is shown on the screen. The pointer is enabled if any mouse activity occurs.

or

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

MouseDisable Default value is no. Yes/no option to disabled mouse pointer so that it is shown on the screen. The pointer is enabled if any mouse activity occurs.

Device=Mobile

TrackpadDisable={yes, no}

[CloseLidCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]

[CloseLidDisCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]

[BatteryAutoPowerOff={3-20}]

Device =MobileThis option is applicable only to the Wyse 5470 Thin Client.

TrackpadDisable={yes, no}Default value is no. The Yes/No option enables or disables the trackpad.

[CloseLidCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]This parameter is applicable for the Wyse 5470 Thin Client. This option specifies the thin client behavior when you close the lid of the thin client connected to an external power source and not running on battery.

The following are the values that you can set for CloseLidCharge: NoOnly the built-in display is turned off and any external

displays connected to the thin client are turned on when the lid is closed.

ShutDownThe thin client shuts down when the lid is closed.

OffDisplayThe built-in display and any external displays connected to the thin client are turned off when the lid is closed. This is the default value.

[CloseLidDisCharge={No, ShutDown, OffDisplay}]-This parameter is applicable for the Wyse 5470 Thin Client. This parameter specifies the thin client behavior when you close the lid of the thin client running on battery and not connected to any external power source.

The following are the values that you can set for CloseLidDisCharge: NoOnly the built-in display is turned off and any external

displays connected to the thin client are turned on when the lid is closed.

ShutDownThe thin client shuts down when the lid is closed. This is the default value.

OffDisplayThe built-in display and any external displays connected to the thin client are turned off when the lid is closed.

[BatteryAutoPowerOff={3-20}This parameter is applicable to the Wyse 5470 Thin Client when it is on low battery.

This option specifies that the device shuts down if battery capacity is lower than your set value. The value margin is 3 20 and the unit is percentage.

LpdSpool={0-50} Specifies the size of spool to buffer all the data before sending them to the LPD printer. The range of value is 010, that is, 0 MB to 10 MB. If the specified value is above the range, then the value is set to 5.

The range of value is extended to 50.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

In build 8.2_001 or later builds, the LPD data is spooled to a file in a ram disk instead of a buffer. So the value of the parameter will not be related to the spool size as before.

If LpdSpool=0, the function is disabled, otherwise the function is enabled.

LPTPortBind={yes, no} LPTPortBind Default is Yes. Specifies the LPT bind to the USB Port Policy.

If set to Yes, then the registered port follows the following binding policy: LPT1 from USB ports 1/3/5/7 and LPT2 from USB posts 2/4/6.

If set to No, then the LPT port plugged in first is LPT1 followed by LPT2, and so on.

MicBoost={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable on-board microphone boost.

**MouseNewSpeed={1-9} Default is 6.

Value specifies the mouse speed within a range of 1 through 9, where 1 is slowest and 9 is fastest. This parameter is the replacement of MouseSpeed from build 7.0.1_07.

**MouseSwap={0, 1} 0/1 option to swap the mouse buttons. For example, for left- handed use.

0 No

1 Yes

NetworkPrinter=host/queue

[PrinterID=Window driver name]

[Enabled={no, yes}]

NetworkPrinter Specifies the configuration for the network (LPD) printer in the same way as described for the Printer Setup dialog box in the Dell Wyse ThinOS Administrators Guide. The host and queue parameters define the IP address and queue name of the printer.

PrinterID Specifies the Windows printer driver name.

Enabled Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable the network (LPD) printer.

Printer={COM1, COM2, LPT1, LPT2}

[Name= ]

[PrinterID=window_driver]

[Class=classname]

[Enabled={no, yes}]

[EnableLPD={no, yes}]

Default is COM1.

Printer Specifies the local printer to configure.

Name Specifies the name of the printer. This option must be used.

PrinterID If not specified, the default Generic/Text Only is used.

Class Used in ThinPrint print for TPAutoconnect; the ThinPrint technology of mapping the printer from the client side. It can group printers to use the same template on the ThinPrint server side. The strings PCL5, PS, and TXT are pre- defined classes. Class can be a string with 7 characters.

Enabled Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable the printer.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

EnableLPD Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the LPD service.

NOTE: The parameters must be specified in the order shown.

Printer={LPD1, LPD2, LPD3, LPD4, LPD5-LPD36}

[LocalName=name]

[Host= host]

[Queue=queue]

[PrinterID=window_driver]

[Class=classname]

[Enabled={no, yes}]

Default is LPD1.

Printer Specifies the LPD printer to configure.

LocalName Specifies the name of the printer. If LocalName is not specified, the Queue name is used.

Host Specifies the host name of the printer.

Queue Specifies the queue name of the printer.

PrinterID Specifies the windows driver to use for the printer. If not specified, the default Generic/Text Only is used.

Class Used in ThinPrint print for TPAutoconnect; the ThinPrint technology of mapping the printer from the client side. It can group printers to use the same template on the ThinPrint server side. The strings PCL5, PS, and TXT are pre- defined classes. Class can be a string with 7 characters.

Enabled Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable the printer. These settings in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

NOTE:

The parameters must be specified in the order shown. For backward compatibility, LPD is accepted as LPD1.

LPD2 LPD4 are new in the 5.1. For WT1200 platform where Local flash is absent, locally configured LPD2-LPD4 and SMB1 to SMB4 disappear on power cycle.

Printer={SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, SMB4}

[LocalName=name]

[Host=\[domain]\host]

[Name=share_name]

[PrinterID=window_driver]

[Class=classname]

[Enabled={no, yes}]

[EnableLPD={no, yes}]

[Username=username]

[Password=password]

[Domain=domain name]

Default is SMB1.

Printer Specifies the shared Microsoft network printer to configure.

LocalName Specifies the name of the shared printer.

Host Specifies the host name of the shared printer specified as \domain\host when the host is configured within a Microsoft domain, otherwise, host can be specified as \ \host.

Name Specifies the shared name of the shared printer.

PrinterID Specifies the windows driver to use for the printer. If not specified, the default Generic/Text Only is used.

Class Used in ThinPrint print for TPAutoconnect; the ThinPrint technology of mapping the printer from the client side. It can group printers to use the same template on the ThinPrint server side. The strings PCL5, PS, and TXT are pre- defined classes. Class can be a string with 7 characters.

Enabled Default is yes . Yes/no option to enable the printer.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

EnableLPD Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the LPD printer.

Username Specifies the username of a user who can use the SMB printer.

Password Specifies the password of a user who can use the SMB printer.

Domain Specifies the domain name of the SMB printer.

**RepeatDelay={0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7} Default is 2. Specifies the keyboard delay before repeat in seconds.

0 1/5

1 1/4

2 1/3

3 1/2

4 3/4

5 1

6 2

7 No Repeat

**RepeatRate={0, 1, 2} Default is 1. Specifies the keyboard repeat rate.

0 Slow

1 Medium

2 Fast

*Resolution=[DDC, 640X480, 800X600,

1024X768, 1152X864, 1280X720,

1280X768, 1280X1024, 1360X768,

1366X768, 1368X768, 1400X1050,

1440X900, 1600X900, 1600X1200,

1680X1050, 1920X1080, 1920X1200]

[Refresh=60, 75, 85}

[rotate={right}]

[align={screen id,top|center|bottom|left|right,top|center| bottom|left|right}]

Default is DDC.

Resolution Specifies the local display resolution. Option DDC can be specified to select default display resolution.

NOTE:

When using the Wyse Y Cable, DDC will properly work on both monitors by default. However, if connected to R10L/ R00x clients and you are using Dual DVI, then you must add the following DualHead INI parameter and DualHead option for DDC to properly work on both monitors:

Parameter: DualHead=yes

Option: ManualOverride=yes

Refresh Specifies the local display refresh rate.

NOTE:

If the Resolution or Refresh parameter values are changed, the thin client will reboot without notice to the user.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

rotate Rotate allows you to rotate monitors for viewing in Portrait mode. For example:

screen=1 resolution=1280x1024 refresh=60 rotate=none

NOTE:

Due to processing power requirements, rotate is not recommended and supported on the C class platforms at this time.

NOTE:

The Screen parameter must be placed before the Resolution parameter. For example:

screen=1 resolution=1280x1024 refresh=60 rotate=none

This parameter supports the screen id that the current screen is aligned to and if it is invalid, the device automatically aligns to Screen 1.

For example,

1. Expected value: 'top,right' | 'top,center' | 'top,left' | 'bottom,right' | 'bottom,center' | 'bottom,left' | 'left,top' | 'left,center' | 'left,bottom' | 'right,top' | 'right,center' | 'right,bottom'

2. Others: Apply 'right,bottom'

*Screen={1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} Default is 1.

Screen Specifies the monitor for the Resolution parameter. You can configure each monitor with its own resolution; the specific monitor is set with the Screen= option.

NOTE:

The Screen parameter must be placed before the Resolution parameter. For example:

screen=1 resolution=1280x1024 refresh=60 rotate=none

Connection Settings for wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI files The following table contains the parameters (and their options) used for configuring connection settings.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

**AltCacheDisable={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the new cache mechanism allowing more memory to be available to a user. This is developed with Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 and Windows Server. If set to no, the new cache mechanism is enabled.

**Alternate={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to use an alternate IP address returned from an ICA master browser to get through firewalls. This setting in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

AutoDetectNetwork={yes, no} RDP Only.

Default is yes.

Yes/no option to enable RDP auto detect network feature. When this option is set to yes the Optimize for low speed link and the Desktop Experience options are disable by default.

**AutoSignoff={no, yes, 2-60}

[Shutdown={no, yes}]

[Reboot={no, yes}]

Default is no.

AutoSignoff This option can be used to automatically sign- off a user when the last opened session is closed. The default value is no. A value ranging from 2 to 60 can be configured. This value represents the number of seconds a session must be active prior to calling AutoSignOff.

Shutdown Default is no. Yes/no option to shut down the thin client. If shutdown is set to yes, the ShutdownCounter value is used to control the count-down before the system is turned off.

Reboot Default is no. Yes/no option to reboot the thin client. If Reboot is set to yes, the ShutdownCounter value is used to control the count down before the system is rebooted.

ClearLicense={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to clear the TSCAL license stored in the non- volatile memory. It can be replaced by FixLicense=clean.

Connect={ICA, RDP} Connect Connection protocol. Follow the ICA option list, see ICA Connect Options or RDP option list, see RDP Connect Options. Any options you use for your connection must be on the same logical line; \can be used for line continuation, see Rules and Recommendations for Constructing the INI Files.

ConnectionBroker={default, VMware, Microsoft, Quest, AWS}

[EnableAWSREGCode={yes,no}]

Default is default.

Specifies the Connection Broker type. Select VMware to enable VDM XML support. If you enter VMware, the VMware logo appears on the login screen.

For Dell vWorkspace broker, ConnectionBroker=Quest is recommended.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[EnableAWSREGCode={yes,no}]This parameter enables or disables the ability to change the registration code for connection to AWS. If the value is set to yes, you can modify the registration code for connecting to AWS by the logon window. If set to no, the registration code field will be disabled and if this INI is not defined then the broker server or registration code can be entered manually from the GUI.

*Device=Ethernet

[Speed={Auto, 10M HD, 10M FD, 100M HD,

100M FD, or 1000M}

[MTU=mtu]

[KeepAlive={1-600}]

[Warning={no, yes}]

[StaticIPWaitFileServer={0-255}]

[WirelessWaitEnet={1-60}]

Device Specifies to use an Ethernet.

Speed Default is auto. Specifies the ethernet speed to either Auto, 10 MHD, 10 M FD, 100 M HD, 100 M FD, or 1000 M. If Speed is set in a wnos.ini file, the Speed statement in the {username}.ini file will be disabled.

NOTE:

Device and Speed parameters can be replaced by the EthernetSpeed parameter.

MTU A maximum transmission unit value between 500 to 1500.

KeepAlive Specifies a time value in seconds between 1 and 600 to keep an idle connection alive.

Warning Default is no. Yes/no option to warn about an idle connection. In the seconds of the specified KeepAlive, if the tcp connection is idle and Warning=yes, one log will be printed for the session. For example:

device=ethernet keepalive=20 warning=yes

StaticIPWaitFileServer Default is 0. Specifies the timeout threshold in seconds for cases of static IP.

NOTE: The default 0 turns off this parameter and allows the system to wait the system default 120 seconds.

If the Speed parameter value is changed, the thin client requires a reboot.

WirelessWaitEnetThis option specifies the wait period before the wireless initializes in case of Enet Up. The default value is 5.

Device=mtouch

[mult_touch={yes, no}]

[mult_jitter={5-50}]

This parameter specifies the ThinOS multi-touch Monitor setting.

For mult-touch, if the value is set as yes, multi-touch is supported. If the values is set as no, multi touch is not supported. The default value is yes.

For mult-jitter, choose larger value if you prefer single click. Choose smaller value to have better user experience. The default value is 30.

Device=vusb

[ForceRedirect=DeviceID, fast]

[ForceLocal=DeviceID]

Device Specifies the ID of a local USB device that is not redirected by default.

ForceRedirect Specifies a forced redirect of the local USB device to the server. This parameter has priority over

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[Type={HDX}]

[InterfaceRedirect={no, yes}]

[BlockPhones={yes, no, 1, 0}]

ForceLocal. Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x07B4,0x0254,0x01,0x01,0x00,f ast. When the ForceRedirect option is used with fast, the Reset device command is not executed before the command Redirect device to server.

ForceLocal Specifies that the local USB device should not be redirected to the server. The DeviceID can be found in the event log. For example, if you find VUSB: Local Device (0x04f2,0x0112,0x03,0x01,0x01), set the parameter as:

Device=vusb ForceLocal=0x04f2,0x0112,0x03,0x01,0x01

Type For Citrix Environments Only. This option allows you to force the usage of HDX for USB virtualization. For example:

Device=vusb Type=HDX

InterfaceRedirectDefault is no. Yes/no option to enable part of a composite device to run locally and part of the device to run on a remote session.

BlockPhonesThis parameter enables you to stop the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) devices from redirecting into the session when you set the parameter to 1 or yes.

Device=Wireless

[Mode={Infrastructure, AdHoc}]

[SSID=ssid Channel={1-14}]

[WepKey={None, 1-4}]

[Key1=k1]

[Key2=k2]

[Key3=k3]

[Key4=k4]

[Key1Enc=key1 encrypted]

[Key2Enc=key2 encrypted]

[Key3Enc=key3 encrypted]

[Key4Enc=key4 encrypted]

[RoamSensitive={high, medium, low}]

[Algorithm={Open, SharedKey}]

[DisableBand={None, 2.4G, 5G}]

[PreferBand={None, 2.4G, 5G}]

[Priority=ssid_list]

[DisableN={no, yes}]

[DisableWlan={yes, no, EnetUp}]

[RoamScanChannelTime={1-15}]

Device Defines the wireless Ethernet device remotely and saves to the local NVRAM. Not all options are needed. For example, you can define Key 1 to have a key of k1 and leave out Key 2 through Key 4.

NOTE: See also IEEE8021X={yes, no}.

General example:

device=wireless SSID=THINOS RoamSensitive=low

k1 to k4 are any real values of 5 to 13 characters or 10 to 26 Hex digits. Encrypted keys will overwrite unencrypted keys. Thus, if both Key1 and Key1 Encare are configured, then Key1Enc will overwrite Key1.

RoamSensitive Defines the sensitivity level of wireless roaming with respect to launching the Roaming daemon:

high - signal lower than -60 dBm

medium - signal lower than -70 dBm

low - signal lower than -80dBm

The RoamSensitive parameter is also used to enable wireless roaming. If it is not configured in the INI file, roaming will never be launched even if the signal is lower than -80dbm, unless it totally loses a wireless signal.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[RoamScanChannelProbes={1-4}]

[DriverLogLevel={1-4}]

[DriverDebugLevel={1-7}]

[PowerSaveControl={0, 1}]

[RSSIAmend={}]

[WlanReconnectCount={4, 20000}]

[WlanBeaconTimeout={0, None}]

[WlanNextRoam={0, None}]

[WlanFnKeyDisable={0,1}]

[DeleteWirelessProfile={0,1}]

Algorithm Specifies the authentication method of WEP between ThinOS and the access point. If set to Open, open authentication will be selected. If set to ShareKey, shared key authentication will be selected.

DisableBand Default is None. Use to disable 2.4G or 5G 802.11 band.

PreferBand This parameter is used to set the priority of wireless connection band, and select the 2.4G or 5G access point to connect. Default is None.

Priority sets the priority of wireless profiles. The ssid list is separated by a semicolon or comma and the priority is from high to low.

DisableN Default is no. Yes/no option to disable 802.11n Wi-Fi wireless networking.

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DisableWlan Used to disable the wireless connection. If DisableWlan=EnetUp, and the Ethernet is on while booting, the wireless connection is disabled.

Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=ThinIsIn IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless profile=ThinIsIn access=WPA2-ENT eap=yes eaptype=EAP-PEAP peapeap=EAP- MSCHAPV2 Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=wtos_95 roamsensitive=high IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless profile=wtos_95 access=WPA2-ENT eap=yes eaptype=EAP-PEAP peapeap=EAP- MSCHAPV2 Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=wtos_11n IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless profile=wtos_11n access=WPA2-PSK wpa2pskpwd=2wsx3edc Device=Wireless Priority="wtos_11n,wtos_95,ThinIsIn"

The DriverLogLevel parameter enables you to change the debug level of Intel wireless driver or firmware printing. The following are the values and corresponding debug levels: 1Error 2Warn 3Info 4Debug

For example, if you set the debug level value to 1 (Error) the useful error information is displayed.

The DriverDebugLevel parameter specifies which information related to Intel wireless driver or firmware needs to be printed.

This option is valid only with the DriverLogLevel parameter. Ensure that you specify a value for the DriverLogLevel parameter before you use this parameter.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

The following are the valid values: #define DBGLVL1 (IWL_DL_INFO) #define DBGLVL2 (DBGLVL1 | IWL_DL_FW_ERRORS) #define DBGLVL3 (DBGLVL2 | IWL_DL_TEMP |

IWL_DL_POWER) #define DBGLVL4 (DBGLVL3 | IWL_DL_ASSOC |

IWL_DL_TE) #define DBGLVL5 (DBGLVL4 | IWL_DL_DROP |

IWL_DL_RADIO) #define DBGLVL6 (DBGLVL5 | IWL_DL_SCAN |

IWL_DL_HT) #define DBGLVL7 (DBGLVL6 | IWL_DL_MAC80211 |

IWL_DL_FW)

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RoamScanChannelTimeAllows you to set the time the thin client stays on one channel for scanning the surrounding apps. The default value is 2. The RoamScanChannelTime parameter sets the time to 10 times the provided value. The time ranges from 10 ms to 150 ms.

For example, if you set RoamScanChannelTime=10, the thin client stays on one channel for 100ms.

If you do not set the value or if the value is out of range, the thin client reverts to the default value 2.

RoamScanChannelProbesAllows you to set the number of probes the thin client sends out for a channel. The default value is 4.

This value ranges from 1 to 4.

If you do not set the value or if the value is out of range, the number of probes is reverted to the default value 4.

PowerSaveControlEnables or disables power saving for Intel wireless chips. The default value is 0. This parameter is applicable to Wyse 5060 thin client. When you enable the wireless powersave feature on the Wyse 5060 thin client, the wireless stops functioning occasionally. To resolve this issue, disable the powersave feature using the PowerSaveControl parameter.

RSSIAmendEnables you to manually modify the value of wireless RSSI. RSSIAmend=5 indicates that the signal level is increased, and RSSIAmend=-5 indicates that the signal level is decreased.

[WlanReconnectCount={4, 20000}]This parameter enables you to specify the number of times the thin client scans for the hidden SSID when the access points in a wireless connection take longer time to reboot.

For example, Device=wireless WlanReconnectCount=200

[WlanBeaconTimeout={0, None}]This parameter enables you to set the number of seconds to wait, in order to initiate roaming after beacon loss timeout in a wireless connection. By default, the value is set to 2 seconds.

For example, Device=wireless WlanBeaconTimeout=4

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[WlanNextRoam={0, None}]This parameter defines the minimum time in seconds between two consecutive roaming events. The default value is 5 seconds.

For example, Device=wireless WlanNextRoam=10

[WlanFnKeyDisable={0,1}]This parameter is used to disable the Fn+PrtScn key in a wireless connection. This parameter is only available for Wyse 5470 Mobile Thin Client. Default is set to 0.

[DeleteWirelessProfile={0,1}] This parameter is used to delete the specified wireless profile from the NVRAM. Default is set to 0.

For example, device=wireless SSID=ThinOS DeleteWirelessProfile=yes will delete the ThinOS SSID from the NVRAM if configured.

DISABLETSGW NOTE: Discontinued. Do not use. See TSGWENABLE

**EnableLocal={no, yes}

[HideDefault={no, yes}]

Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable locally configured entries to show in the Connect Manager list. When connections defined in local NV-RAM are displayed in the Connect Manager, they are marked with an asterisk.

If EnableLocal=yes is in a wnos.ini file, then the global information will be saved into NVRAM.

NOTE: The global information includes: SEAMLESS, ALTERNATE, Reconnect, icaBrowsing, LowBand, NoReducer, Time settings, and Printer settings in a wnos.ini file.

HideDefault Default is no. Yes/no option to hide the default ICA and RDP connections that are present on the devices.

ENABLETSGWSAMEINFO NOTE: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

*EthernetSpeed={Auto, 10M HD, 10M FD, 100M HD, 100M FD, 1000M}

Default is auto.

EthernetSpeed Specifies the Ethernet Speed to either Auto, 10M HD, 10M FD, 100M HD, or 100M FD. Once specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory. This parameter can be replaced by the Device and Speed parameters.

NOTE:

If the EthernetSpeed parameter value is changed, the thin client will require a reboot.

Fastconnect={yes, no}

[Key={F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, Pause/ Break}]

[Ctrl={yes, no}]

[Alt={yes, no}]

If you set the parameter to yes, press the special key to launch specified desktop or published application. If the desktop or published application is available, pressing the key brings it to the foreground.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[Connect={ICA, RDP, PCoIP}]

[List={*|app1|server1;app2}]

[Title={*_seamless_window_title*]

If you set to no, the followed options are ignored and disables fast connect functions. The followed options need to be configured to one or several fast connect setting.

The option Key specifies the fast connect key.

The option Ctrl specifies whether the Control key is combined or not, for fast connect key.

The option Alt specifies whether the Alt key is combined or not, for fast connect. The option Connect specifies the protocol of fast connecting session.

The option List specifies the connecting list of the desktop or published application. It supports wildcards * to match the session host/application or description. Also it supports a list separated by ; or ,.

The option Title specifies the seamless window name. It supports wildcards * to match the window name. For a seamless window, it is needed because seamless windows share session. It uses List option to match session and uses the option Title to match the seamless window.

For example,

fastconnect=yes \

key=F1 ctrl=no alt=no connect=ica list="Excel 2013" title="*Excel*" \

key=F2 ctrl=yes alt=no connect=ica list="XA76-2008R2*".

When you press F1, the application Excel 2013 is launched. If there is a seamless window which matches the title *Excel* in this session, the seamless window is brought to the foreground, else it is launched.

When you press Ctrl+F2, the desktop XA76-2008R2* is launched. If the desktop is available, it is brought to the foreground.

FastDisconnect={yes, no, Signoff}

[CtrlKey={yes, no}]

[AltKey={yes, no}]

[PowerButton=signoff]

Default value is no.

If the value is set to yes, pressing the F12 (default) key or the key defined in FastDiconnectKey= statement will close the active window of the session. If the active window is a seamless window, the action will only close the window. If the window is not a seamless window, then the session will be disconnected.

If the option Ctrl Key and/or Alt Key is set to yes, then the function key should be combined with Ctrl key and/or Alt key.

For PCoIP session, press Ctrl+Alt+F12 key combination to disconnect the session unless FastDisconnect=no is configured. This combined disconnect key is compatible with other platforms such as P25 and Linux.

If the value is set to Signoff, pressing the F12 (default) or the key defined in FastDisconnectKey= statement will disconnect all sessions and return to the signon window.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

If PowerButton is set to signoff, pressing the power button of the unit after you sign on will disconnect all sessions and return to the logon window. Otherwise, the unit will shutdown normally.

FastDisconnectKey={F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, Pause\Break}

Specifies the disconnect key that will close the active window from the session.

FixLicense={Factory, clean, yes, no, OldFormat} Default is no.

Specifies the option to replace the TSCAL license stored in the non-volatile memory.

NOTE:

The OldFormat value specifies to keep the same license format as version 5.2.x.

HideIP={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to hide the information of the connection host or IP. Some examples include:

- When moving a mouse cursor over the connection icons on the desktop, a balloon help pop-up displays instead of the host name.

- When a Reconnect to a connection message or an ICA error message window displays, the connection description displays instead of host name.

- When moving a mouse cursor over the PN icon, the connected PN servers do not display.

Hosts= Specifies the file name of the hosts. This file is a simple text file that associates IP addresses with hostnames, one line per IP address. The length of the file name is limited to 63 characters.

The file must be placed in file server and can be cached if set MirrorFileServer=yes in the wnos.ini.

When resolving a host name, the system will initially look in the file and if not found, will search DNS, WINS, and so on. The following is an example of format in the hosts file:

10.151.122.1 gateway.ctx.com

10.151.122.123 myvm.ctx.com

**icaBrowsing={udp, http} Default is http.

Establishes the default browsing protocol. This setting can be overridden by the parameter HttpBrowsing in each connection property. The method of browsing selected must match the method provided by the server(s) being accessed.

This setting in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM, if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

IEEE8021X={yes, no}

network={wired, wireless}

1. If IEEE8021X is set to no, then all parameters following it is ignored.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[Profile=ssid]

[access={WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-ENT, WPA2-ENT}]

[eap={yes, no}]

[servervalidate={yes, no}]

[servercheck={yes, no}]

[servername={"servername for EAP-TLS, EAP-PEAP, EAP- FAST"}]

[eaptype={None, EAP-LEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-PEAP, EAP- FAST}]

[leapun={username for EAP-LEAP}]

[leappwd={password for EAP-LEAP}]

[leappwdEnc={password encrypted for EAP-LEAP}]

[tlsauthtype={user, machine}]

[tlsclntcert={client certificate filename for EAP-TLS}]

[tlsclntprikey={filename of certificate with private key for EAP-TLS}]

[tlsclntprikeypwd={password for private key}]

[tlsclntprikeypwdEnc={password encrypted for private key}]

[peapeap={EAP-MSCHAPV2, EAP-GTC}]

[peapidentity={identity/username for PEAP}]

[peapmschapun={username for EAP-PEAP/ EAP- MSCHAPV2}]

[peapmschappwd={password for EAP-PEAP/EAP- MSCHAPV2}]

[peapmschappwdEnc={password encrypted for EAP-PEAP/ EAP-MSCHAPV2}]

[peapmschapdm={domain for EAP-PEAP/ EAP-MSCHAPV2}]

[peapmschaphidedm={yes,no}]

[peapsinglesignon={yes, no}]

[peapgtcun={username for EAP-PEAP/ EAP-GTC}]

[peapgtcpwd={password for EAP-PEAP/ EAP-GTC}]

[peapgtcpwdEnc={password for encrypted for EAP-PEAP/ EAP-GTC}]

[wpapskpwd={passphrase for WPA-PSK}]

[wpapskpwdEnc={passphrase encrypted for WPA-PSK}]

[wpa2pskpwd={passphrase for WPA2-PSK}]

[wpa2pskpwdEnc={passphrase encrypted for WPA2-PSK}]

[encryption={TKIP|CCMP}]

[fasteap={EAP-MSCHAPV2, EAP-GTC}]

[fastidentity={Identity for EAP_FAST}]

[fastmschapun={username for EAP-FAST/EAP-MSCHAPV2}]

2. If network is not configured, the configuration is ignored.

3. The key left of equal is case sensitive, and the value right of equal case is not case sensitive except for credential information; for example username, password or certificate filename.

4. If two entries exist in an INI file, one each for wired and wireless, both will take effect; for example IEEE8021X=yes network=wired EAP=yes IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless access=WPA-ENT

5. All EAP credential information is stored whatever the eaptype setting.

6. The default values are underlined.

7. All passwords here should be encrypted.

8. The wildcard server include three entries in INI file. If both the servervalidate entry and servercheck entry are set to yes, the servername entry is valid.

9. Server certificate validation is mandatory in EAP-TLS authentication. If the eaptype entry is set to EAP-TLS, the servercheck entry must be set to yes.

10. Server list must be included in double quotation marks. For example IEEE8021X=yes Network=wireless access=WPA2-ENT eap=yes servervalidate=yes servercheck=yes servername=";test.com;wireless98; test.com" eaptype=eap-peap peapeap=eap-mschapv2 peapmschapun=administrator peapmschappwd=password

. 11. Additional option timeoutretry specifies the retry times

when 8021x authentication times out, which means that it is only validated when the optional network type is wired. For example, timeoutretry=3 allows you to retry thrice after 8021x authentication times out.

12. Additional option Profile specifies the type of ssid authentication to be configured. When we support multiple ssid wireless settings, the statement ieee8021x must be after the statement device=wireless, and one additional profile parameter is needed to identify the type of ssid authentication which is configured. For example,

#ThinIsIn

Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=ThinIsInIEEE8021X=yes network=wireless profile=ThinIsIn access=WPA2-ENT eap=yes eaptype=EAP-PEAP peapeap=EAP-MSCHAPV2 peapmschapdm=wyse

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[fastpmschappwd={password for EAP-FAST/EAP- MSCHAPV2}]

[fastmschappwdEnc={password encrypted for EAP-FAST/ EAP-MSCHAPV2}]

[fastmschapdm={domain for EAP-FAST/EAP-MSCHAPV2}]

[fastmschaphidedm={yes,no}]

[fastsinglesignon={yes, no}]

[fastgtcun={username for EAP-FAST/EAP-GTC}]

[fastgtcpwd={password for EAP-FAST/EAP-GTC}]

[fastgtcpwdEnc={password for encrypted for EAP-FAST/ EAP-GTC}]

[wiredreset={yes, no}]

[eap_packet_timeout={}]

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#wtos_95

Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=wtos_95IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless profile=wtos_95 access=WPA2-ENT eap=yes eaptype=EAP- PEAP peapeap=EAP-MSCHAPV2

Example: IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless access=wpa- ent eap=yes eaptype=eap-tls tlsclntcert=user.cer tlsclntprikey=user.pfx tlsclntprikeypwd=12345678

OR

IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless access=wpa-ent eap=yes eaptype=eap-tls tlsclntcert=user.cer tlsclntprikey=user.pfx tlsclntprikeypwd=12345678 leapun=user1 password=1234 peapmschapun=user1 peapmschappwd=12345 peapmschapdm=wyse.com

IEEE8021X=yes network=wired eap=yes eaptype=eap- tls tlsclntcert=user.cer tlsclntprikey=user.pfx tlsclntprikeypwd=12345678

By default, peapidentity is same as peapmschapun.If peapmschaphidedm is set to yes, the domain will use saved peap MSCHAP domain name and the prompts dialog will not include the domain field when you perform ieee8021x authentication.

The following example describes wildcard server validation: IEEE8021X=yes network=WIRED access=WPA2-ENT servervalidate=yes eap=yes eaptype=EAP-PEAP servercheck=yes servername=w2k8- ACS-64.sqawirelsess.com peapmschapdm=EAP-MSCHAPV2 peapgtcun=sqawirless2 peapmschappwd=123!@#qwe

The username of ieee8021x (fastmschapun, peapmschapun, peapgtcun, leapun) can be configured as system variables like $mac, $sn etc. By default, fastidentity is same as fastmschapun.

If fastmschaphidedm is set to yes, the domain uses saved EAP_FAST MSCHAP domain name, and the prompts dialog does not include the domain field when you perform ieee8021x authentication.

The following example describes wildcard server validation:IEEE8021X=yes network=WIRED access=WPA2-ENT servervalidate=yes eap=yes eaptype=EAP-FAST servercheck=yes servername=w2k8- ACS-64.sqawirelsess.com fastmschapdm=EAP-MSCHAPV2 fastgtcun=sqawirless2 fastmschappwd=123!@#qwe

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

wiredreset is used to reset MII when authenticate cancel occurs. This option is only for wired-network and is disabled by default.

[eap_packet_timeout={}]This parameter defines the timeout value of the EAP process. The default value is 3 seconds.

If the thin client does not receive the EAP response packet from the access point in a specified timeframe, it considers the EAP process as timeout and failure.

**Inactive={0, to 480} (minutes)

[NoSessionTimer=0-480]

Default is 0.

Specifies that if there is no keyboard or mouse use in the configured time in minutes, it will sign off or shutdown or reboot depending on AutoSignoff=

If NoSessionTimer is set, then when there is an active sessions, use this timer to replace the Inactive value.

The following controls whether to reboot or shutdown or sign off.

AutoSignoff=yes [Shutdown=yes] [Reboot=yes]

IPProto=ICMP

[DisableTStamp={yes, no}]

[DisableEcho={yes, no}]

Configures the ICMP protocol.

DisableTStamp If DisableTStamp=yes, the system will not reflect the ICMP timestamp (13) request.

DisableEcho If DisableEcho=yes, the system will not reflect the ICMP echo (8) request. In this case, the unit cannot be pinged.

**LowBand={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable optimization for low speed connections, such as reducing audio quality or decreasing protocol-specific cache size or both.

This setting in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM, if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

**NoReducer={no, yes} Default is no Enables compression.

Yes/no option to turn off compression. To turn off compression, enter yes. Used here this parameter is a global statement for all connections. It sets the default value of NoReducer.

NOTE:

By default both the ICA and RDP protocols compress their data to minimize the amount of data that needs to traverse the network.

This compression can be as much as 50 percent for text- based applications such as Microsoft Word and 40 percent less for graphics applications than the uncompressed data streams.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

OneSignServer=onesign_server

[DisableBeep={no, yes}

[KioskMode={no, yes}]

[EnableFUS={no, yes}]

[TapToLock={0, 1, 2}]

[EnableWindowAuthentication={yes,no}]

[AutoAccess={VMW,XD,XA}]

[NetBIOSDomainName={no, yes}]

[OneSignTimeout={0 to 30}]

Specifies a list of host names or IP addresses with optional TCP port number or URLs of Imprivata OneSign servers.

NOTE: An https protocol must be used.

OneSign virtual desktop access offers a seamless authentication experience and can be combined with single sign-on for no click access to desktops and applications in a virtual desktop environment.

The following inputs are acceptable values:

https://ip

or

https://FQDN

DisableBeep Default is no. Yes/no option to set the Rfideas reader to mute when a card is tapped.

KisokMode Default is no. Yes/no option to allow the OneSign user to share the client desktop.

EnableFUS Default is no. Yes/no option to set the Citrix client to remain running when switch users.

TaptoLock Default is 2. Only active when KioskMode=yes. Specifies tap to lock.

If TapToLock=0, then tap a card to lock terminal is disabled. If TapToLock=1 (Tap to lock), then use the proximity card to lock the terminal.

If TapToLock=2 (Tap over), then lock the terminal and log in a different user.

EnableWindowAuthentication Default is yes. Yes/no option to sign-on with the users Windows credentials to pre- defined broker if the OneSign sign-on fails.

AutoAccess Specifies the corresponding type of broker to automatically start. If not defined, the broker type is obtained from the Imprivata Server setting of the computer and user policy. If none of them is defined, then the first available broker server from the Imprivata server is started.

NOTE:

AutoAccess can be set in [username].ini and wnos.ini, however, the wnos.ini, has priority over [username].ini.

NetBIOSDomainName Default is no. Yes/no option to enable the authentication to the broker server using the NetBIOS domain name. If set to yes, the Imprivata domain list will show NetBIOS domain name and the card user will authenticate to the broker server using the NetBIOS domain.

OneSignTimeoutThis option sets the timeout for OneSign login window. The value range is 0 to 30 seconds. The default value is 20 seconds. If the value is set to 0, timeout is disabled and the OneSign window stays on the screen.

PnliteServer=List of {IP address, DNS names, or URLs}

[ReconnectAtLogon={0, 1, 2}]

PnliteServer Specifies the list of IP addresses or host names with optional TCP port number or URLs of PNAgent/ PNLite servers. The list is empty by default.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[ReconnectFromButton={0, 1, 2}]

[AutoConnectList={*/ appname1;appname2; appname3...}]

[Timeout=5300]

[CAGRSAAuthMethod={LDAP, RSA}]

[CAGAuthMethod={LDAP, RSA, LDAP+RSA, RSA+LDAP}]

[RequestIconDataCount={0-65535}]

[DefaultSettings={XenApp, XenDesktop}]

[SmartcardPassthrough={yes, no}]

[StoreFront={no, yes}]

[HttpUserAgent={UserAgent}]

[CAGSendDomain= {yes, no}]

[SFIconSortMode={0, 1, 2, 3}]

[IgnoreDefaultGateway={yes, no}]

[CAGUserAsUPN={yes, no}]

[CAGExternal={yes, no}]

[DisableSFInit={yes, no}]

Each entry with optional port is specified as Name-or-IP:port, where port is optional; if not specified, port 80 is used as the default.

If a port other than 80 is used, the port number must be specified explicitly with the server location in the form IP:port or name:port. Once specified, it is saved in the non-volatile memory.

The statement PNAgentServer and Web interface for Citrix MetaFrame Server is equal to this statement.

NOTE:

PnliteServer and the DomainList parameters can be used in a {username}.ini file, but generally are used only in a wnos.ini file.

The PNAgent/PNLite server list and associated domain list optionally can be entered in DHCP server options 181 and 182, respectively. If entered in both places, the entries from the Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files will take precedence. However, the {username}.ini file will override the wnos.ini file if the identical parameters with different values exist in the {username}.ini file.

NOTE:

When Multifarm=yes, use # to separate failover servers, and use a comma (,) or a semicolon (;) to separate servers that belong to different farms.

ReconnectAtLogon Specifies the reconnection function at log in.

Default is 0 disables the option.

1 reconnects to disconnected sessions only.

2 reconnects to active and disconnected sessions.

ReconnectFromButton Specifies the reconnection function from the reconnect command button.

Default is 0 disables the option.

1 reconnects to disconnected sessions only.

2 reconnects to active and disconnected sessions.

AutoConnectList Specifies the PNA applications that will be automatically started when using PNA to sign on. If AutoConnectList=*, then all the PNA applications will be automatically connected.

The autoconnectlist is the connection description of application or host name which can use the wildcard * to match the string.

NOTE: Appname values are case sensitive.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Timeout Specifies the time in seconds where a client will try to establish a connection before reporting that it is unreachable.

CAGRSAAuthMethod or CAGAuthMethod CAGAuthMethod option is used for CAG authentication configuration.

NOTE: This option replaces CAGRSAAuthMethod. If CAGAuthMethod=RSA which is same as the prior CAGRSAAuthMethod=RSASecurid, an extra passcode field needs to be input except username/password/ domain. If CAGAuthMethod=LDAP, no passcode field is needed.

CAGAuthMethod={LDAP+RSA, RSA+LDAP} Used for CAG authentication configuration.

If CAGAuthMethod = LDAP+RSA, an extra passcode field needs to be input except username/password/domain. If the CAG server is configured for a double authentication policy, this ini corresponds to the first auth LDAP and second auth RSA.

If CAGAuthMethod = RSA+LDAP, it has the same result with CAGAuthMethod = RSA, compared to LDAP+RSA. If CAG server configure double authentication policy, this ini correspond to First auth RSA and Second auth LDAP.

RequestIconDataCount RequestIconDataCount is used for requesting 32-bit color icons. It is a counter which means that only the count of the icons will be requested. The default number is 10.

For example, if set RequestIconDataCount=0, no icon data will be requested. If set RequestIconDataCount=5, only 5 icons are requested.

DefaultSettings Specifies the default settings for XenApp or XenDesktop.

Xen App Default Settings:

1. SignOn=Yes 2. PnliteServer= RequestIconDataCount=20

3. desktopcolordepth=32

4. LongApplicationName=yes

5. sessionconfig=ica progressivedisplay=yes ondesktop=yes

6. device=audio volume=high

7. Seamless=yes FullscreenReserved=yes

8. sessionconfig=all mapdisks=yes

9. Enabled by default: Disks, Serials, Sound

10. Disabled by default: USB, Printers, Smart Cards

Xen Desktop Default Settings:

1. SignOn=Yes

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

2. sysmode=vdi toolbarclick=yes toolbardelay=3

3. sessionconfig=ica progressivedisplay=yes

4. PnliteServer=

5. AutoSignoff=yes

6. Enable by default: Printers, Serials, USB, Sound

7. Disabled by default: Disk, Smart Cards

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SmartcardPassthrough Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable/disable the smartcard pass through mode.

StoreFront Default is no. Yes/no option to support Citrix StoreFront Authentication. The value will be saved into NVRAM.

HttpUserAgentThe option will replace the default CitrixReceiver WTOS/1.0 during Netscaler login. If you are using WTOS/1.0 as Netscaler Session Policy, set this INI parameter to retain your Netscaler policy configuration.

CAGSendDomainThis option sends domain as domain\user to external network Netscaler to support Netscaler and DUO passcode authentication. The default value is no.

SFIconSortMode sorts storefront dekstop icon. The default value is 0.

0 sorts by the position value from server side.

1sorts in alphabetic order.

2sorts in alphabetic order with desktop first.

3sorts in alphabetic with application first.

IgnoreDefaultGatewayWhen the value is Yes, the default gateway of the selected store during Netscaler login is ignored. Always use pnliteserver to continue. When the value is set to no, the Netscaler server is used as default gateway to reset the login again. The default value is no.

CAGUserAsUPNThis parameter sends user details to server in the format similar to an email address username@fqdn. Certain third party authentication for Netscaler requires this format. For example, Okta authentication.

CAGExternalThis parameter logs in csg with external network mode directly without check beacons since it consumes most of the logon time.

DisableSFInitThis parameter disables storefront initialize process during client start, since it takes time and not mandatory.

RTPTosDscp={Default/CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4/CS5/CS6/CS7/ AF11/AF12/AF13/AF22/AF23/AF31/AF32/AF33/AF42/ AF43/EF}

Sets RTP/UDP audio channel in the TOS fields.

SaveSysinfo={usb, _proto_, _full_url_} Configure the target clients to save the event logs.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[ScardLog=0xF ]

[Username=_username_]

[Password=_password_]

[Size=_file_length_limit]

[Append={yes, no}]

full_urlIf set as a specified full url name, it is saved into the specified url. Otherwise, it is saved as a file name, such as /wnos/troubleshoot/ {TERMNAME}_LOG_{DATE}_{TIME}.txt.

usbIf set to usb, it is saved into the last mounted USB disk.

protoIf set to a protocol, for example, ftp, http or https, it is saved into the file server with this protocol.

ScardlogThe Smart card Log option is a bit mask to control the following logs: 0x1 Context log 0x2 Handle log

0x4 Status log

0x8 Transfer log

Username and PasswordThe options specify the account of the file server or url. If not set, the default account of file server is used.

SizeThis option specifies the file size limitation. When the file is greater than the specified size, the file will be cleared.

AppendThis option appends the event log to the same file name instead of creating a new file. It is only valid for full url with ftp. The protocol http or https is also supported from 8.4.1 release.

For example, savesysinfo=http://10.151.121.3/ wnos/yyy.txt username=administrator password=wyseatc append=yes Size=4000.

The event log file yyy.txt is appended in every boot-up. If the file size is up to 4000 bytes, then the file is cleared and continues to save the log.

**Seamless={no, yes}

[HideTaskbar={0, 1, 2, 3}]

[FullscreenReserved={no, yes}]

Seamless Default is no. Yes/no option to set the default resolution for ICA published applications to Seamless for ICA connection parameters.

HideTaskbar Default is 0. Specifies the status of the taskbar when maximizing the seamless window.

0 Do not hide the taskbar.

1 Taskbar will be hidden when maximizing the seamless window to full screen. Moving the mouse over the lowest bottom of the screen will display the taskbar. This setting excluding the FullscreenReserved parameter in a wnos.ini file will be saved into NVRAM if EnableLocal=yes is set in the wnos.ini file.

NOTE:

When set Seamless=yes HideTaskbar=2, it removes the auto-hide taskbar function but it reports the full resolution to the ICA server in a similar way to HideTaskbar=1.

When set Seamless=yes HideTaskbar=3, the maximized size does not cover the taskbar, but the

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

session size on the server side is reported as the full- screen size.

When set Seamless=yes FullscreenReserved and the applications are configured for fullscreen mode, they will be launched in fullscreen mode, not seamless mode.

SecureMatrixServer=

Host name or IP address/FQDN or URL>

[EnableSelectTable]

Specifies the Host name or IP address/FQDN or URL of the Secure Matrix server. Http or https protocol usage is decided by the server configuration. If SecureMatrixServer is defined, the user must pass authentication with the Secure Matrix server first, and then there is a seamless log in to the brokers if the server can provide the correct broker credentials, if not, the user must enter broker credentials to log in.

For Example: SecureMatrixServer=https://gsb01.bjqa.com

NOTE:

Before using this parameter, use the Secure Matrix documentation to set up the Matrix Server. Also, be sure you import the relevant GSB Server Certificate file when using https.

EnableSelectTable enables you to select the table type (3 or 4 tabs) when you change the password (SMXBridge server 3.9 start supports this feature). Default value is No.

SelectGroup={no, yes}

[Default=default_desc]

description=group1

[groupname=name1]

[description=group2]

[groupname=name2]

Default is no.

SelectGroup Yes/no option to allow a user to select from a group list on the Log on dialog box during a log in. If yes, the description will display in the group list box.

groupname The group name is used to identify the group including the directory and file name. If not defined, the description will become the group name.

The Default option following "SelectGroup=yes" can specify the default group. The value is one of group description defined after that. After you select another group and sign off, this default group will be selected.

If default option is not specified, the last selected group will be selected in the next sign on.

For example:

SelectGroup=yes \ default="Sus team" \ description="Dev team" groupname=dev \ description="Sus team" \ description="SQA team" groupname=sqa \ description="guest"

Group 1: Description="Dev team" groupname=dev

The file \wnos\ini\dev\dev.ini must be created in the file server. In the dev.ini, the broker, domain list, or connections can be defined for the dev team.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

Group 2: .Description="Sus team"

The file \wnos\ini\Sus team\Sus team.ini must be created in the file server. In the Sus team.ini, the broker, broker list, or connections can be defined for the Sus team.

Group3...4...n...and so on.

After a user selects a group, the system will load the group ini file first, and then load the \wnos\ini\{group_name} \username.ini. If the username.ini in the group directory is not found, it will attempt to load \wnos\ini\username.ini as before.

Because the group list may define different brokers, the SelectServerList statement will be invalid if set SelectGroup=yes.

Serial={COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4}

[Baud={1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,

38400, 57600, 115200}]

[Parity={None, Even, Odd}]

[Stop={1, 1.5, 2}]

[Size={5, 6, 7, 8}]

[Flow={None, XON/XOFF, CTS/RTS, Both}]

[Touch={no, yes}]

[Touch_XYReverse={no, yes}]

[Touch_type={elo, microtouch, fastpoint}]

Serial Default is COM1. Specifies the local serial ports configuration.

Baud Specifies the local serial port baud rate.

Parity Specifies the local serial port parity.

Stop Specifies the local serial port stop.

Size Specifies the local serial port size.

Flow Specifies the local serial port flow.

Touch Default is no. Yes/no option to denote that a serial touch screen is attached.

Touch_XYReverse Default is no. Yes/no option to denote a reversal of the X and Y coordinates which are needed for some touch screens.

Touch_type Default is elo. Specifies the type of touchscreen being used.

NOTE: Options must be specified in the order shown.

SessionConfig=ALL

[unmapprinters={no, yes}]

[unmapserials={no, yes}]

[smartcards={no, yes}]

[mapdisks={no, yes}]

[disablesound={no, yes, 2}]

[unmapusb={no, yes}]

[DisksReadOnly={no, yes}]

[MouseQueueTimer={099}]

[WyseVDA={no, yes}]

[WyseVDA_PortRange=startPort, endPort]

[UnmapClipboard={no, yes}]

[DefaultColor={0,1,2}]

[VUSB_DISKS={yes, no}]

SessionConfig Specifies the default settings of the optional connection parameters for all sessions.

unmapprinters Default is no. Yes/no option to un-map printers.

unmapserials Default is no. Yes/no option to un-map serials.

smartcards Default is no. Yes/no option to use smartcards.

mapdisks Default is no. Yes/no option to map disks.

disablesound Default is no. Yes/no option to disable sound. If value is set to 2, the sound at remote computer is disabled.

unmapusb Default is no. Yes/no option to un-map USBs.

DisksReadOnly Default is no. Yes/no option to mount mass storage disks as read-only.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[VUSB_AUDIO={yes, no}]

[VUSB_VIDEO={yes, no}]

[VUSB_PRINTER={yes, no}]

[FullScreen={no, yes}]

[Resolution={default, vga_resolution}]

[DisableResetVM={no, yes}]

[WyseVDAServerPort=serverPort]

[FontSmoothing={yes, no}]

[AutoConnect={yes, no}]

[MultiMonitor={yes, no}]

[EnableImprivataVC={yes,no}]

[Locale=LocaleID]

[SessionLogoffTimeout=seconds]

[GroupSession={yes,no}]

MouseQueueTimer Specifies the default queue timer of a mouse event in an ICA or RDP session (in 1/100 of a second). It can be used to adjust the bandwidth of a network.

WyseVDA Default is no. Yes/no option to enable Virtual Desktop Accelerator for all ICA and RDP sessions.

WyseVDA_PortRange Sets the ThinOS VDA client port range. The port range must follow these rules:

1. The port range is a list of start port and end port separated by a semicolon (;) or a comma (,).

2. Both ports must be between 1 and 65535.

3. The end port must be greater than start port.

For example, WyseVDA_PortRange=3000,3010, the start port is 3000, the end port is 3010.

UnmapClipboard Default is no. Yes/no option to disable clipboard redirection for all sessions. For ICA and RDP, specifies if redirecting the clipboard. This setting in wnos.ini will be saved into nvram, if EnableLocal parameter is set to yes in wnos.ini.

DefaultColor Specifies the default color depth to use for the session 0=256, 1=High color, 2=True Color.

VUSB_DISKS Default value is yes.

VUSB_AUDIO, VUSB_VIDEO, and VUSB_PRINTER The default value is no. The options specifies if these USB devices are redirected to the server using ICA or RDP USB redirection. In addition, by default, these devices are set as local devices.

NOTE: For example, if you want to use USB disks as a network disk, you can set SessionConfig=all mapdisks=yes VUSB_DISKS=no.

If you want to use USB disks as server side device, you can set SessionConfig=all mapdisks=no VUSB_DISKS=yes. The devices are displayed in device manager of the session.

FullScreen Default is no. Specifies the default screen mode. When using FullScreen in a Dual Screen mode, the session will be displayed in Span mode

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Resolution Default is default. Specifies the session resolution. For example, 640 x 480 and other supported resolutions.

Default will set the resolution to the native resolution of the monitor. Setting the resolution to a value smaller than the native resolution of the monitor, will allow the session in Windowed mode. The resolution value cannot be higher than the native resolution.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

DisableResetVM Default is no. Set DisableResetVM=yes to disable Reset VM function. As default, this function is controlled by the server side is enabled including VMware View or Citrix PNA.

WyseVDAServerPort Sets Wyse VDA Server Port for a ThinOS VDA client. The default port is 3471. The port range must be from 1029 to 40000. For example, WyseVDAServerPort=3000, sets VDA server port to 3000 and the client will connect to the VDA server using this port.

FontSmoothing Default is yes. Set no to disable font smoothing.

AutoConnect Default is yes. Set no to disable auto connect function.

MultiMonitor Default is yes. Sets a multiple monitor layout. Set MultiMonitor=no to disable multiple monitor layout function. The session has the same desktop width and height with local virtual desktop size, spanning across multiple monitors, if necessary.

EnableImprivataVC Default is yes. If set to no, the Imprivata Virtual Channel is disabled. The user can use vusb redirect instead of Imprivata Virtual Channel mode to use the Rfideas or finger print device in session as server side remote device.

Locale Set Locale=LocaleID to set Locale in session for localization configuration to work. For information about LocaleID, refer to link msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ windows/desktop/dd318693(v=vs.85).aspx.

SessionLogoffTimeoutSetting SessionLogoffTimeout value forces all sessions to logoff when user signs off from the broker. The default value is 0 which retains the same behavior as before, and also disconnects the sessions. If you set a value, for example 30 seconds, broker sign-off waits for 30 seconds for all sessions to finish logoff, then, automatically session logs off. Broker sign-off will continue. During the waiting process, one notice prompts for user to check whether the session stops working if something is not saved. This feature currently supports Citrix Xen broker sessions and View Broker sessions only.

GroupSessionSet to enable the function of grouping sessions and the menu item of Group Sessions is checked when you right click on the desktop. The default value is no and the original state of Group Sessions is unchecked.

SessionConfig=ICA

[desktopmode={fullscreen, window}]

[mapdisksunderz]: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

[TosIpPrecedence={05}]

[TosDscp={Default/CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4/CS5/CS6/CS7/ AF11/AF12/AF13/AF22/AF23/AF31/AF32/AF33/AF42/AF43/ EF}]

[DiskMapTo=a character sequence]

SessionConfig Specifies the ICA default settings of the optional connection parameters for all ICA sessions.

desktopmode Default is fullscreen. This parameter specifies the display mode of an ICA published desktop when using an ICA PNAgent logon. The default option is fullscreen.

mapdisksunderz DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

TosIpPrecedence Allows you to set IP Precedence in the TOS fields.

TosDscp Sets IP DSCP in the TOS fields.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[SysMenu={remote, local}]

[SessionReliability={no, yes}]

[WarnPopup={yes, no}]

[ondesktop={no, yes, all, none, desktops, applications, ondesktop_list}]

[AudioQuality={default, high, medium, low}]

[USBRedirection={ICA|HDX}]

[ZLKeyboardMode={0, 1, 2}]

[ZLMouseMode={0, 1, 2}]

[SucConnTimeout=seconds]

[HDXFlashUseFlashRemoting={Never,Always}]

[HDXFlashEnableServerSideContentFetching={Disabled,Enabl ed}]

[EnableRTME={Yes, No}]

[FlipByTimer={0, 1}]

[RefreshTimeOut={dd:hh:mm}]

[Timeout={Yes, No}]

[PasswordExpireNotify={yes, no}]

[RefreshPopupNotice={yes, no}]

[DisableReceiverLogo={Yes, No}]

[MMRClientFetchDisabled={Yes, No}]

[ClientName=_client_name_]

[DisableMMRSeek ={yes, no}]

[SkipEnter={yes,no}]

DiskMapTo Specifies to map disks to a character sequence.

NOTE:

A sequence of characters can be used by DiskMapTo, with each letter mapped to one disk in order. For example, if RTNM is the sequence, R is mapped to the first disk (in ThinOS, it will be D:/), T is mapped to the second disk (in ThinOS, it will be E:/), and so on. Only the letters a through y and A through Y are accepted; All lowercase letters are changed to uppercase, other characters will be skipped, and duplicate characters will be omitted.

For example, #GGefZzedAF1JaE will be mapped to GEFDAJ. The number of disks mapped to the session depends on the number of valid letters provided. If no letter is provided, all disks will be mapped to the session using default driver letters.

SysMenu Default is local. Specifies the system menu mode when right-clicking the taskbar button of a seamless window. If it is remote, the system menu will come from the remote server; otherwise, it will be the local menu.

SessionReliability Default is no. Yes/no option to enable session reliability.

WarnPopup If WarnPopup=no, the option can disable the warning message when session reliability happens in order to decrease the administrative support calls.

ondesktop This option specifies the connections that are displayed on the desktop. It enhances ondesktop options for SessionConfig=ICA so that the VDI brokers can work with ondesktop options too. If AutoConnectList is set in the VDIServer statement, all

connections configured in AutoConnectList parameter are displayed.

The connections show on desktop as default. The connections can be controlled by using the values

available. The connection is added to the connection manage list

even if the connection is not displayed on the desktop. all - show all, same as default none - don't show any desktops - only show desktops applications - only show applications The others will be handled as a ondesktop_list. For example, if set ondesktop="word; excel", only show the applications "word" and "excel".

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alldisplay all connections.

noneno connections are displayed.

desktopsdisplay only the desktop connections.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

applications display only applications, the connections are handled as an ondesktop_list. For example, if you set ondesktop=word; excel, then only the applications word and excel are displayed.

The ondesktop_list also supports wildcard when the star * is used, similar to the AutoConnectList parameter in VDIServer. For example, if the value is set as ondesktop=*IE*, any application which includes the string IE is displayed.

AudioQuality Default is default. Specifies the audio quality of ICA sessions.

NOTE: Medium quality is recommended for Speech scenarios. For example: SessionConfig=ICA AudioQuality=high

USBRedirection Default is ICA|HDX. Option to select the channel of usb devices redirection. This option is recommended to replace the older setting device=vusb type={HDX}.

ZLKeyboardMode Specifies to accelerate the display of the input text on the client device over a high latency connection. 0=off, 1=on, 2=auto

ZLMouseMode Specifies to accelerate the visual feedback for mouse-clicks on the client device over a high latency connection. 0=off, 1=on, 2=auto

SucConnTimeout This option will enhance the seamless session share. During the first session logon, immediately start second or later sessions, which will wait for the time set with SucConnTimeout (or the logon success) to make sure new applications share with the first logon session.

HDXFlashUseFlashRemoting Default is Always, which means the HDX is enabled always. The value Never is to disable HDX.

HDXFlashEnableServerSideContentFetching Default is Disabled, which means the server side fetching content is not enabled. The value enabled is to enable this function.

EnableRTME This option controls the launch of RTME service. The default value is enabled.

FlipByTimer This option selects the screen refresh method. For some old server, there is no EndOfFrame transferred to the client. Then we can use this option to fix such issues.

RefreshTimeOutRefreshTimeOut triggers auto-refresh which updates ICA applications automatically. The value format dd:hh:mm, indicate days&&hours&&minutes as the auto-refresh interval. The default value is 0, that disables auto-refresh.

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TimeoutThis option controls the credential prompt after ICA broker logon was timeout. Session ticket is invalid now. If yes, users have to enter their credential to re-login to launch

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

session, if no, ThinOS will use the default credential to do login in background. The default is yes.

NOTE: Other Citrix INI parameters are not listed here. However, these Citrix INI parameters are supported on ICA connection by using INI SessionConfig=ICA.

PasswordExpireNotify This option enables the password expire notification, which should configure in storefront server side, Authentication, password change set as At any time. Then before the password expires, logon prompts a message displaying the number of days after which the password will expire and let you change the password. The option WarnPopup=no can disable the warning message when session reliability happens to decrease the administrative support calls.

RefreshPopupNotice This option enables or disables the popup notice during refresh in progress. The default value is yes.

DisableReceiverLogoHides the Citrix Receiver logo in left top corner in storefront style. The default value is No.

MMRClientFetchDisabled This option disables RAVE client content fetching. The default value is No.

ClientName can specify the client name for ICA session, the default is terminal name. It can use system variable. For example, SessionConfig=ICA ClientName=$mac

NOTE: The mac address includes a special character ':'. This may cause the following issue. Etoken Java(aladdin) and Etoken CardOS SmartCard fail to logon XenDesktop 7.15 desktop.

The option DisableMMRSeek can be used to disable client side MMR seek capability. Default value is No. This setting causes issues with some specific servers. For example, Windows10.

[SkipEnter={yes,no}]This option enables or disables you to log in as an anonymous user without pressing the Enter key. If set to yes, you can log in as an anonymous user without pressing the Enter key.

SessionConfig=PCoIP

[USBRedirection={PCoIP}]

[ShowDisconnectMessage={yes, no}]

[ShowReconnectMessageTime=seconds]

[ResumeTimeout=seconds]

[DisableRTAV={yes, no}]

SessionConfig Specifies the PCoIP default settings of the optional connection parameters for all PCoIP sessions.

USBRedirection Default is PCoIP. Specifies the channel of USB devices redirection.

ShowDisconnectMessage Default is yes. Yes/no option to display a disconnect message when a session is disconnected. If set to yes, the message is displayed; if set to no, the message will only show in the Event Log.

ShowReconnectMessaageTime This option specifies the number of seconds to show the session reconnect message box after the session detects the network congest. The default value is 50 seconds.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

ResumeTimeoutThe option ResumeTimeout specifies the number of seconds to wait after the reconnection dialog box prompts, and before the session successfully reconnects. If timeout value is reached then the session is closed. The default value is 1200 seconds.

DisableRTAVThe RTAV virtual channel may impact the performance of audio or video related applications. For the parameter DisableRTAV, when the value is set to Yes the RTAV virtual channel in the session is disabled. The default value is no.

SessionConfig=RDP

[MaxBmpCache={128 to 1024}]

[EnableNLA]={no, yes}]

[ForceSpan={no, yes}]

[EnableTSMM={yes, no}]

[EnableGFX]={yes, no}]

[EnableVOR={yes, no}]

[EnableRdpH264]={yes, no}]

[EnableRecord={yes, no}]

[EnableRFX={yes, no}]

[USBRedirection={RDP}]

[RDPScreenAlign4={yes,no}]

[WallPaper={yes, no}]

[Dragging={yes, no}]

[Animation={yes, no}]

[Theme={yes, no}]

[TosIpPrecedence={0-5}]

[TosDscp={Default/CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4/

CS5/CS6/CS7/AF11/AF12/AF13/AF22/AF23/

AF31/AF32/AF33/AF42/AF43/EF}]

[AutoDetectNetwork={yes, no}]

[TSGWEnable={yes, no}]

[GracefulReconnTimeout={10 - 100}]

[ForceUpdatedNLA={yes, no}]

[TsgwWebsock={yes, no}]

[DesktopScaleFactor={100 - 500}]

[desktopmode={fullscreen, window}]

SessionConfig Specifies the RDP default settings of the optional connection parameters for all RDP sessions.

MaxBmpCache Specifies the maximum bitmap cache number. This impacts the memory usage of an RDP session.

EnableNLA Default is yes. Yes/no option to utilize the Network Level Authentication feature in RDP 7.

ForceSpan Default is no. Yes/no option to disable RDP Multi Monitor feature.

EnableTSMM Default is yes . Yes/no option to enable RDP7 Multi-media redirect.

EnableGFX The option when set to yes, enables RDP8 Pipelined Graphics feature. Default is yes for all platforms. If this option is configured as no, the option EnableVOR and option EnableRdpH264 will be internally set to no despite of the settings in INI.

EnableVOR Default is yes. H.264. Yes/no option to enable RDP8 Video Optimized Redirect.

NOTE: The EnableVOR parameter is not supported on C or V class.

EnableRdpH264 Default is yes. This option enables RDP8.1 h.264 graphics feature. This option is internally set to no if the option EnableGFX is set to no manually or by default.

EnableRecord Default is yes . Yes/no option to enable RDP feature of recording from local.

EnableRFX Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable Bitmap Codec RemoteFX.

USBRedirection Default is RDP. Option to select the channel of USB devices redirection.

RDPScreenAlign4 Default is no. RDPScreenAlign4=yes can force RDP session width to 4 pixels aligned.

For example:

SessionConfig=RDP MaxBmpCache=1024 DefaultColor=1 EnableNLA=yes ForceSpan=yes EnableTSMM=no EnableRecord=yes EnableRFX=no RDPScreenAlign4=no

The options Wallpaper, Dragging, Animation and Theme can set the RDP experience. Default is yes.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

TosIpPrecedence Allows you to set IP Precedance in the TOS fields.

TosDscp Sets IP DSCP in the TOS fields.

AutoDetectNetwork Default is yes. Yes/no option to enable an RDP session to adapt its data transfer to band width of network.

TSGWEnableDefault is yes. Yes/no option to obtain/ enable TS gateway for the applications and desktops from Microsoft RDS broker server. The default value is yes which means that the TS Gateway setting is automatically obtained or enabled from the Microsoft RDS broker server.

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GracefulReconnTimeoutThis value is to set a timeout for RDP to reconnect the session if no response is received from server side during this time limit. It avoids the case of RDP session freezing for a long time and not reconnecting due to poor network quality or short time network disconnection. There is no default value for this option. The feature is disabled if it is not set. Valid value is 10 to 100, in seconds.

Limitation: Certain sessions in Windows10 servers disconnect and reconnect when the session is idle with this parameter enabled. The issue occurs when H.264-AVC444 is enabled without RemoteFX/vGPU support on server side. You can avoid the issue by not configuring H.264-AVC444 policy in the server.

ForceUpdatedNLA allows the client side force server to use updated CredSSP, which addresses the vulnerability issue CVE-2018-0886. If the value is set to yes, the client disconnects the session during session login when the server uses unpatched CredSSP. The default value is no.

TsgwWebsock is set when you are using WebSocket connection between the client and Windows 2016 Terminal Service Gateway. The default value is No.

DesktopScaleFactor allows you to set desktop scaling percentage. The minimum value is 100 and the maximum value is 500.

desktopmodeDefault is fullscreen mode for an RDP desktop application. Specifies the display mode of an RDP published desktop. This parameter is only available for the RDP desktops published in the VMware broker.

SessionConfig=Blast

[EnableH264={yes,no}]

[NetworkCondition={ Excellent,Typical, Poor }]

[EnableHardwareCursor={Yes, No}]

[RemoteDisplay.allowClientH264YUV444={TRUE, FALSE}]

[EnableRelativeMouse={yes, no}]

[EnableH264={yes,no}] This parameter controls the Blast H264 feature on the supported platforms. The default value is yes. The value yes enables H264 and the value no disables H264.

This works on Blast H.264 supported platforms only.

NetworkConditionThis parameter controls the Blast network condition. The default value is Typical. The following are the values and associated actions:

ExcellentNetwork is very good.

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

TypicalNetwork is normal.

PoorNetwork is bad.

This parameter impacts the Blast to select UDP or TCP. When the network is Excellent and Typical, the Blast selects TCP. When it is Poor, the Blast selects UDP.

EnableHardwareCursorThis parameter is used to control hardware cursor in Blast session. The default value is No.

RemoteDisplay.allowClientH264YUV444 This parameter is used to control enable/disable the Blast new feature High Color Accuracy. Default is False.

[EnableRelativeMouse={yes, no}]-This parameter enables or disables the relative mouse feature in a Blast session. The default value is no.

TcpMaxRetransmission={2~12} Configures the retransmission of a TCP connection. The default value of this option is 5.

TerminalName=name

[reboot={yes, no}]

[Capital={yes, no}]

User can set a string up to 15 characters as terminal name. It can be configured as system variable like $MAC, $SN or $IP etc.

If reboot is set to yes and the terminal name is changed, the terminal will reboot.If "TerminalName=$DNS" is set, the system will do reverse DNS lookup to configure the terminal name. For example, if the DNS server configures the terminal IP as reverse dns name p12345.wysespt.com, the terminal name will be configured as p12345. If you set Capital=yes, the terminal name is capitalized.

**UniSession={no, yes} Yes/no option to launch the connection only once at a time.

VDIBroker=vdi_broker_url

[AutoConnectList={*|host1;host2;host3}]

VDIBroker Specifies the VDI broker server; supports both http and https.

If the vdi_broker_url does not start with http or https, the default protocol used is http. For an https connection, only one URL is accepted.

NOTE:

If the VDIBroker parameter value is changed, the thin client will reboot without notice to the user so it can reconnect to the new server.

AutoConnectList Specifies the VDI or VDM host which will be automatically started when using VDI or VDM sign- on. If the value is *, all of the VDI or VDM hosts will automatically be connected. The autoconnectlist is the connection description which can use the wildcard * to match the string.

VirtualCenter=virtual_center_url Specifies the Virtual Center Server that supports both http and https. If the virtual_center_url does not start with http or https, the default protocol used is http.

NOTE:

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

If a VirtualCenter in an INI file is different from the original URL, the thin client will reboot for the new URL to take effect.

Only this setting can enable the Virtual Center functions.

**VNCPrompt={no, yes}

[{Accept, Reject}={10 to 600} (seconds)]

[ViewOnly={no, yes}]

[ActiveVisible={no, yes}]

Default is yes.

VNCPrompt Yes/no option to enable a VNC shadowing prompt to a user. VNCPrompt set to yes means the user will always be prompted before shadowing starts and the user will then decline or accept VNC shadowing;

VNCPrompt set to no means the user will not be able to decline or accept shadowing. See also MaxVNCD in Connection Settings for wnos.ini files only to enable VNC shadowing.

See also VncPassword in Connection Settings for wnos.ini files only to specify a string of up to 8 characters as the password used for shadowing.

Accept, Reject Default is 10. Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) a user has to accept or reject the VNC shadowing prompt before the client desktop is shadowed.

ViewOnly Default is no. Yes/no option to specify that the desktop being shadowed can only be viewed by the person who is shadowing; no keyboard or mouse events are allowed to interfere with the thin client being shadowed.

ActiveVisible Default is no. Yes/no option to display a VNC session-end notice after the VNC session ends.

VPN=openconnect

[Description=string_description]

[Server=server_ip_or_name]

[Username=username_string]

[Password=password_string]

[Autoconnect={yes, no}]

[Username-enc=encrypted_username_string]

[Password-enc=encrypted_password_string]

Folder=[folder]

The INI parameter openconnect enables you to connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN servers, that use standard TLS protocols for data transport.

Description Specifies the session name. The length of the string is limited to 21 characters.

Server Specifies the VPN server IP or the VPN server name. The length of the string is limited to 63 characters.

Username Specifies the login username. The length of the string is limited to 31 characters.

Password Specifies the login password. The length of the string is limited to 31 characters.

Autoconnect Specifies the option to enable or disable auto-connect on system startup.

Username-enc Specifies AES encrypted Login Username

Password-enc Specifies AES encrypted Login Password

Folder Specifies the grouping of connections. Displays the folder on ThinOS desktop only if the mode is classic mode and the paraneter signon is set as signon=yes icongroupstyle=folder. The folder can include sub folders, for example, connect=rdp host=10.151.122.71 icon=default folder=rdp\test1

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Parameter

* Global overrides identically-named user profile

** After sign off, user profile returns to global value

Description

[PowerFnKeyDisable={0,1}] [PowerFnKeyDisable={0,1}]This parameter is used to disable the Fn+Insert key. This parameter is only available for Wyse 5470 Thin Client. Default is set to 0.

[ClassicModeAppsEnable={0,1}] [ClassicModeAppsEnable={0,1}]This parameter is used to display the published applications with the Keyword Mandatory property. This parameter is only available for a Citrix Broker in the classic mode. Default is set to 0.

TOS priority settings for TosDSCP INI

Routers treat network packets differently based on priority of the TOS tag in the IP header.

IP header has a 1-byte field called TOSType of Service.

IP precedence is older than DSCP. DSCP is compatible with IP Precedence.

Table 9. TOS priority settings

Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0

IP precedence

IP precedence

DSCP DSCP

Class Selector Drop Precedence

CS1 Dscp (001 000) match packets with precedence 1 (Low)

CS2 Dscp (010 000) match packets with precedence 2

CS3 Dscp (011 000) match packets with precedence 3

CS4 Dscp (100 000) match packets with precedence 4

CS5 Dscp (101 000) match packets with precedence 5

CS6 Dscp (110 000) match packets with precedence 6

CS7 Dscp (111 000) match packets with precedence 7 (High)

Table 10. TOS priority settings

IP precedence(3 bits) DSCP ( 6 bits)

Name Value bits Per-Hop behavior

ClassSelecto r

DropPrecede nce

Code point Name DSCP Bits(decimal)

Routine 0 0 Default NA NA Default 000 000 (0)

Priority 1 1 AF 1 1.Low AF11 001 010 (10)

2.Medium AF12 001 100 (12)

3.High AF13 001 110 (14)

Immedi ate

2 10 AF 2 1.Low AF21 010 010 (18)

2.Medium AF22 010 100 (20)

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Table 10. TOS priority settings (continued)

IP precedence(3 bits) DSCP ( 6 bits)

3.High AF23 010 110 (22)

Flash 3 11 AF 3 1.Low AF31 011 010 (26)

2.Medium AF32 011 100 (28)

3.High AF33 011 110 (30)

Flash Overrid e

4 100 AF 4 1.Low AF41 100 010 (34)

2.Medium AF42 100 100 (36)

3.High AF43 100 110 (38)

Critical 5 101 EF NA NA EF 101 110 (46)

Internet work Control

6 110 NA NA NA NA (48-55)

Networ k Control

7 111 NA NA NA NA (56-63)

Table 11. TOS priority settings

IP precedence (3 bits) DSCP ( 6 bits)

Name Useful Name Useful

Routine Try as usual NA NA

Priority For data traffic

AF11 Big block data

Immediate NA NA

Flash For Voice control data NA NA

Flash Override Video streaming NA NA

Critical Voice Data EF Interactive Voice

Internetwork Control

Reserved

NA NA

NetworkControl NA NA

NA NA

NOTE: The information in this section is leveraged based on the research on web. Specific priority designs must be

arranged by network architect.

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Connect Parameter: Options This appendix provides the supported options for the Connect parameter in the following supported connections:

ICA Connect Options RDP Connect Options

ICA connect options Table shown here contains the supported options used for ICA connections (after you use the Connect=ICA parameter/ selection).

NOTE:

If an option has an underlined value (default), that option and default value will automatically be used with Connect=ICA;

options without underlined values can also be used if you want to, but are not automatically used with Connect=ICA. In

addition, when using options, you can leave the default value or change it to another value shown.

For example, in the following case where:

Connect=ICA

[Option1={0, 1}]

[Option2={1, 2, 3, 4}]

Since you are using Connect=ICA, then Option 1 and its default value 0 will automatically be used as Option 1 has an

underlined value (default of 0). You can still use Option 2 if you want to, however, Option 2 is not automatically used with

the parameter as Option 2 does not have a default value.

NOTE:

Any option in ICA Connect Options that is used in a {username}.ini file will return to the default value set for that option in

the wnos.ini file after a user sign-off. For example, if your {username}.ini file contains the option Reconnect=yes so that a

lost connection will restart 20 seconds after disconnection; and you sign off the thin client, then the Reconnect value will

return to the original default value of no (Reconnect=no) contained in the wnos.ini fileso that others who sign in can use

their own user profile; assuming the administrator has not changed the default values in the wnos.ini.

ICA connect: options

Table 12. ICA connect: options

Option Description

Alternate=[no, yes] Default is no.

Yes/no option to use an alternate IP address returned from an ICA master browser to get through firewalls.

AudioQualityMode={0, 1, 2, 3} Default is 0.

Specifies the audio quality of a session.

0 Default

1 High Quality

2 Medium Quality

A

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Table 12. ICA connect: options (continued)

Option Description

3 Low Quality

Autoconnect={0 to 99} Default is 0.

Use for automatically starting a session after you sign in, if sign-on is enabled.

The value of 0 99 is the delay in seconds before auto- starting the session.

AppendUsername=1 This enhancement allows user names to display in the title bar of an ICA session at the client side.

Browserip=list of browsers List of IP addresses or DNS registered names to specify ICA browsers. List items must be separated by semicolons or commas.

Colors={256, 32k, 64k or high, 16m, true} Default is high.

Session color mode. For faster display performance, use 256 colors for the session.

256 is 8-bits 32k is 15-bits

64k or high is 16-bits

16m is 24-bits

true is 32-bits

NOTE:

64k is the same value as high.

16m 24-bits over ICA is only supported by Windows XP and Windows 2003 server. It is not supported by Windows Server 2008 or newer.

true 32-bit remote connections are not supported by Windows XP or Windows 2003 server. It requires Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or newer with ICA.

Command=start command A string of commands to be executed after logging on to the server. This entry is limited to 127 characters.

Description=string description Connection description. Enclose the string description in quotation marks if there are embedded blanks or single quotes. For quotation marks, use common-practice nesting rules. Maximum of 38 characters are allowed.

Directory=working directory A directory to be used as the working directory after logging on to the server. Maximum of 63 characters are allowed.

Disablesound={no, yes, 2} or {0, 1, 2} Default is no.

Specifies whether or not to disable remote sound upon connection start.

Domainname={domain name,$DN} Domain name to use in a Windows network. $DN specifies that the thin client sign-on domain name is used. Maximum of 19 characters are allowed.

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Table 12. ICA connect: options (continued)

Option Description

Encryption={None, Basic, 40, 56, 128, Login-128} Default is Basic.

Connection security encryption level. The highest level is 128- bit security (Login-128 option is 128 bit encryption for login only).The lowest is None.

NOTE:

The server must support the specified level of encryption or the connection will fail.

Fullscreen={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to run the session in full screen. If Fullscreen=no then the session runs in a windowed screen.

Host=[name, IP, $SYS VAR]

or

Application=published application

Host A list of server hostnames or IP addresses to which the thin client will attempt to connect. The next server on the list is attempted if the previous one failed. List items must be separated by semicolons or commas.

NOTE:

$UN (see System Variables) specifies that the sign-on user name is used and should be set in a {username}.ini file. If set to Host=$UN in a {username}.ini file, the hostname will display as the sign-on user name. If set to Host=$UN in a wnos.ini file, the hostname will display as the default start.

Application Defines the published application to launch. Application is required if no host is specified.

HttpBrowsing={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to select an http browsing protocol. Use HttpBrowsing=no for User Datagram Protocol (UDP).

NOTE:

This option is used to override the default method of browsing established in the ICABrowsing parameter. For information, see Connection Settings: wnos.ini files, {username} INI, and $MAC INI Files.

Icon={default, bitmap file} Specifies an icon to appear on the thin client desktop for a connection. Use Icon=default to display a system default icon for a connection.

To use an icon other than the default icon, enter the name with extension of the bitmap file; ensure that the file is located in the FTP server wnos\bitmap directory. If Icon= is not specified and the icon is not specified by a PNAgent/ PNLite server, no icon is displayed for a connection.

KeepAlive={0 to 127} Specifies the number of minutes to keep a session connected after the session is inactive. During this period, one dummy packet will be sent to the server if network traffic is lost. Default is 10.

LocalCopy={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to save the connection to the local NVRAM.

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Table 12. ICA connect: options (continued)

Option Description

The connection description of the Description option is used as the index key into the local connection table. If a match is found, then the entry is updated. Otherwise, a new entry is created.

Maximum total of local entries is 16.

Logon_mode={local-user, smartcard, user-specified} Default is local-user.

Specifies how users authenticate to the selected application set or ICA connection.

Lowband={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable optimization for low speed connections such as reducing audio quality and/or decreasing protocol-specific cache size.

Mapdisks={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to auto-connect and map any connected USB flash drive upon connection start.

Mapdisksunderz NOTE: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE

.

[NO_FontSmoothing={no, yes}] Default is nofont smoothing is enabled by default.

Yes/no option to disable font smoothing. If set to yes, the font smoothing is disabled.

NoReducer={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to turn off compression. Default is no, which enables compression. To turn off compression, enter yes.

Used here is an option of the Connect statement. It sets the value of NoReducer only for this specified connection.

NOTE:

By default the ICA protocol compresses the data to minimize the amount of data that needs to traverse the network. This compression can be as much as 50 percent for text-based applications such as Microsoft Word and 40 percent less for graphics applications than the data streams that are not compressed.

Password={password, $SYS_VAR} Password to log-in to the application server. Either a conventional login password or a variable can be used. Maximum of 19 characters are allowed.

The value of password is a conventional login password.

The value of $SYS_VAR is a system variable found in Table: System variables.

NOTE:

The application server password is not encrypted; it is strongly recommended not to specify it. The user will be prompted to enter the password when the connection is made. This application server password directive never

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Table 12. ICA connect: options (continued)

Option Description

starts a line, so it can be distinguished from the thin client user sign-on password which does starts a line.

NOTE:

The Password option is not written into a {username}.ini file by a user. When the New Password check box is selected, the system writes the new, changed password into the {username}.ini file with encryption. This password is then checked against the sign-on password with encryption to determine whether sign-on is successful.

Password-enc=an encrypted password Specifies an encrypted string as a password for a connection.

Reconnect={no, yes, 1 to 3600 (seconds)} Default is no.

Controls automatic reconnection to an application after a server disconnection.

yes Use to restart the connection; the default delay time for yes reconnect is 20 seconds.

no Use to prevent reconnection after a disconnect.

1 to 3600 Use an integer value of 1 to 3600 seconds to restart the connection after the delay you want. For example, use 50 and the automatic reconnection to an application will occur after 50 seconds.

Resolution=[default, Seamless, ] Default is default.

Specifies the connection display resolution.

default Starts the connection using the current desktop display setting with no window frame and border.

Seamless Available for use if the connection is to a published application. For Seamless connections, the MetaFrame hosts select the best-fit connection window for applications.

Resolution values you can use in the form X x Y depending on your client. Example for monitor resolution: 1024 x 768. See the Release Notes of your client.

SessionReliability={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable session reliability.

NOTE:

ThinOS thin clients do not support UDP browsing to obtain a new configuration about session reliability on the server. The thin client always connects to the default port.

UniSession={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to use a unisession. The connection will launch only once at a time.

UnmapClipboard={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable clipboard redirection for an ICA session if redirecting the clipboard.

UnmapPrinters={no, yes} Default is no.

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Table 12. ICA connect: options (continued)

Option Description

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local printers when the connection starts.

UnmapSerials={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local serials when the connection starts.

UnmapUSB={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local USB devices (Virtual USB) when the connection starts.

Username=[username, $SYS_VAR] Username to log-in to the application server. Either a conventional login username or a variable can be used. Maximum of 31 characters are allowed.

The value of username is a conventional login username.

The value of $SYS_VAR is a system variable found in System variables.

NOTE:

The combination of all the variables such as $IP@$DN are also supported.

Username-enc=an encrypted username Specifies an encrypted string as a username for a connection.

[WyseVDA={no, yes}] Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable Wyse Virtual Desktop Accelerator for all ICA sessions.

RDP connect options Table shown here contains the supported options used for RDP connections after you use the Connect=RDP parameter/ selection.

NOTE:

If an option has an underlined value (default), that option and default value will automatically be used with Connect=RDP;

options without underlined values can also be used if you want to, but are not automatically used with Connect=RDP. In

addition, when using options, you can leave the default value or change it to another value shown.

For example, in the following case where:

Connect=RDP

[Option1={0, 1}]

[Option2={1, 2, 3, 4}]

Since you are using Connect=RDP, then Option 1 and its default value 0 will automatically be used as Option1 has an underlined value (default of 0). You can still use Option 2 if you want to, however, Option 2 is not automatically used with the parameter as Option 2 does not have a default (underlined) value.

NOTE:

Any option in RDP Connect Options that is used in a {username}.ini file will return to the default value set for that option in

the wnos.ini file after a user sign-off.

For example, if your {username}.ini file contains the option Reconnect=yes (so that a lost connection will restart 20 seconds

after disconnection) and you sign off of the thin client, then the Reconnect value will return to the original default value of

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no (Reconnect=no) contained in the wnos.ini fileso that others who sign in can use their own user profile assuming the

administrator has not changed the default values in the wnos.ini file.

RDP connect options

Table 13. RDP connect options

Option Description

Autoconnect={0 to 99} Default is 0.

Use for automatically starting a session after sign-on, if sign- on is enabled.

The value of 0-99 is the delay in seconds before auto-starting the session.

Colors={256, 32k, 64k or high, 16m, true} Default is high.

Session color mode. For faster display performance, use 256 colors for the session.

256 is 8-bits 32k is 15-bits

64k or high is 16-bits

16m is 24-bits

true is 32-bits

NOTE:

64k is the same value as high.

16m 24-bits over RDP is only supported by Windows XP and Windows 2003 server. It is not supported by Windows Server 2008 or newer.

true 32-bit remote connections are not supported by Windows XP or Windows 2003 server. It requires Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or newer with RDP.

Command=start command A string of commands to be executed after logging on to the server. This entry is limited to 127 characters.

Console={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to login to a session in Console mode.

NOTE:

If Console=yes is set behind the RDP connection, the TimeZone redirection feature will be disabled.

Description=string description Connection description. Enclose the string description in quotation marks if there are embedded blanks or single quotes. For quotation marks, use common-practice nesting rules. Maximum of 38 characters are allowed.

Directory=working directory A directory to be used as the working directory after logging on to the server. Maximum of 63 characters are allowed.

Disablesound={no, yes, 2} or {0, 1, 2} Default is no or Default is 0.

Specifies whether or not to disable remote sound upon connection start.

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Table 13. RDP connect options (continued)

Option Description

NOTE:

Disablesound=2 only works in RDP sessions and indicates that the remote computer sound should be disabled at the remote computer.

Domainname={domain name,$DN} Domain name to use in a Windows network. $DN specifies that the thin client sign-on domain name is used. Maximum of 19 characters are allowed.

Fullscreen={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to run the session in full screen. If Fullscreen=no then the session runs in a windowed screen.

NOTE:

Fullscreen=Yes and DualHead=Yes will result in Span Mode when connecting to a Windows server 2003 or a Windows XP Pro Client.

Fullscreen=Yes and DualHead=Yes will result in Extended mode when connecting to a Windows Server 2008 (any version) and to a Windows 8 or above desktop.

Host=[name, IP, $SYS VAR] Host A list of server host names or IP addresses to which the thin client will attempt to connect; the next server on the list is attempted if the previous one failed. List items must be separated by semicolons or commas.

NOTE:

$UN specifies that the sign-on user name is used and should be set in a {username}.ini file. , see System Variables. If set to Host=$UN in a {username}.ini file, the hostname will display as the sign-on user name. If set to Host=$UN in a wnos.ini file, the hostname will display as the default Start.

Icon={default, bitmap file} Specifies an icon to appear on the thin client desktop for a connection. Use Icon=default to display a system default icon for a connection.

To use an icon other than the default icon, enter the name with extension of the bitmap file; ensure that the file is located in the FTP server wnos\bitmap directory. If Icon= is not specified and the icon is not specified by a PNAgent/ PNLite server, no icon is displayed for a connection.

KeepAlive={0 to 127} Default is 10.

Specifies the number of minutes to keep a session connected after the session is inactive. During this period, one dummy packet will be sent to the server if network traffic is lost.

LocalCopy={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to save the connection to the local NVRAM.

The connection description of the Description option is used as the index key into the local connection table. If a match is found, then the entry is updated. Otherwise, a new entry is created.

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Table 13. RDP connect options (continued)

Option Description

Maximum total of local entries is 16.

Logon_mode=prompt Specifies one dialog box will pop up to allow a user to enter username, password, and domain before connecting to the RDP session. This can prevent the need to input credentials twice in some cases of server redirection (load balancing).

Lowband={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable optimization for low speed connections such as reducing audio quality and/or decreasing protocol-specific cache size.

Mapdisks={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to auto-connect and map any connected USB flash drive upon connection start.

NoReducer={no, yes} Default is no Enables compression.

Yes/no option to turn off compression. To turn off compression, enter yes. Used here is an option of the Connect statement. It sets the value of NoReducer only for this specified connection.

NOTE:

By default the RDP protocol compresses the data to minimize the amount of data that needs to traverse the network. This compression can be as much as 50 percent for text-based applications such as Microsoft Word and 40 percent less for graphics applications than the uncompressed data streams.

[OnScreen={1-6}] In multi monitors span mode, this value indicates which screen session is on full screen.

Password={password, $SYS_VAR} Password to log-in to the application server. Either a conventional login password or a variable can be used. Maximum of 19 characters are allowed.

The value of password is a conventional login password.

The value of $SYS_VAR is a system variable found in System Variables.

NOTE:

The application server password is not encrypted; we strongly recommend not to specify it. The user will be prompted to enter the password when the connection is made. This application server password directive never starts a line, so it can be distinguished from the thin client user sign-on password which does starts a line.

NOTE:

The Password option is not written into a {username}.ini file by a user. When the New Password check box is selected, the system writes the new password into the {username}.ini file with encryption.

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Table 13. RDP connect options (continued)

Option Description

This password is then checked against the sign-on password with encryption to determine whether sign-on is successful.

Password-enc=an encrypted password Specifies an encrypted string as a password for a connection.

RDPAudioQualityMode NOTE: DISCONTINUED. DO NOT USE.

RDPAudioRecord={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to specify whether users can record audio to the server. This requires a Windows 7 Server.

Rdp_No_Animation={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the Menu and Window animation feature; use yes to disable the feature.

Rdp_No_Dragging={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the Show content when dragging a window feature; use yes to disable the feature.

Rdp_No_Fontsmoothing={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the Font smoothing feature; use yes to disable the feature.

Rdp_No_Theme={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the Theme feature; use yes to disable the feature.

Rdp_No_Wallpaper={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable the Wallpaper feature; use yes to disable the feature.

Reconnect={no, yes, 1 to 3600 (seconds)} Default is no.

Controls automatic reconnection to an application after a server disconnection.

yes Use to restart the connection; the default delay time for yes reconnect is 20 seconds.

no Use to prevent reconnection after a disconnect.

1 to 3600 Use an integer value of 1 to 3600 seconds to restart the connection after the delay you want. For example, use 50 and the automatic reconnection to an application will occur after 50 seconds.

Resolution=[default, ] Default is default.

Specifies the connection display resolution.

default Starts the connection using the current desktop display setting with no window frame and border.

Resolution values you can use in the form XxY. For example: 1024 x 768 depend on your client. See the Release Notes for your client.

NOTE:

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Table 13. RDP connect options (continued)

Option Description

If Using DualHead=Yes and setting this resolution value to Default will start the RDP session in Span Mode. If you want to use only the fullscreen of one monitor use Resolution=DDC. This option is ignored if Fullscreen=Yes

Smartcards={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to use a smart card login server when the connection starts.

TSGWDomainName=[domain] Specifies the TS Gateway Domain for RDP session.

TSGWENABLE={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable TS gateway.

TSGWNAME=[hostname] Specifies the TS Gateway host address.

TSGWPassword=[password] Specifies the TS Gateway Password for the RDP session.

TSGWPassword-enc=[encrypted-password] Specifies the encrypted TS Gateway Password for RDP session.

TSGWSERVER=[hostname] Specifies the TS Gateway host address.

TSGWUsername=[username] Specifies the TS Gateway Username for RDP session.

TSGWUsername-enc=[encrypted-username] Specifies the encrypted TS Gateway Username for RDP session.

TSGWUSESAMEINFO={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to apply RDP connection credential to Gateway credential.

UniSession={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to use a unisessiona connection will launch only once at a time.

UnmapClipboard={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to disable clipboard redirection for an RDP session if redirecting the clipboard.

UnmapPrinters={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local printers when the connection.

UnmapSerials={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local serials when the connection.

UnmapUSB={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to not auto-connect to local USB devices (Virtual USB) when the connection starts.

Username=[username, $SYS_VAR] Username to log-in to the application server. Either a conventional login username or a variable can be used. Maximum of 31 characters are allowed.

The value of username is a conventional log-on username.

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Table 13. RDP connect options (continued)

Option Description

The value of $SYS_VAR is a system variable found in Table: System variables.

NOTE:

The combination of all the variables such as $IP@$DN are also supported.

Username-enc=an encrypted username Specifies an encrypted string as a username for a connection.

[WyseVDA={no, yes}] Default is no.

Yes/no option to enable Wyse Virtual Desktop Accelerator for all RDP sessions.

PCoIP connect options Table shown here contains the supported options used for RDP connections after you use the Connect=RDP parameter/ selection.

Any option in PCoIP Connect Options that is used in a {username}.ini file will return to the default value set for that option in the wnos.ini file after a user sign-off.

For example, if your {username}.ini file contains the option Reconnect=yes (so that a lost connection will restart 20 seconds after disconnection) and you sign off of the thin client, then the Reconnect value will return to the original default value of no (Reconnect=no) contained in the wnos.ini fileso that others who sign in can use their own user profile assuming the administrator has not changed the default values in the wnos.ini file.

PCoIP connect: options

Table 14. PCoIP connect: options

Option Description

Autoconnect={0 to 99} Default is 0.

Use for automatically starting a session after you sign in, if sign-on is enabled.

The value of 0 99 is the delay in seconds before auto- starting the session.

Colors={256, 32k, 64k or high, 16m, true} Default is high.

Session color mode. For faster display performance, use 256 colors for the session.

256 is 8-bits 32k is 15-bits

64k or high is 16-bits

16m is 24-bits

true is 32-bits

NOTE:

64k is the same value as high.

16m 24-bits over ICA is only supported by Windows XP and Windows 2003 server. It is not supported by Windows Server 2008 or newer.

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Table 14. PCoIP connect: options (continued)

Option Description

true 32-bit remote connections are not supported by Windows XP or Windows 2003 server. It requires Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or newer with ICA.

Description=string description Connection description. Enclose the string description in quotation marks if there are embedded blanks or single quotes. For quotation marks, use common-practice nesting rules. Maximum of 38 characters are allowed.

Fullscreen={no, yes} Default is no.

Yes/no option to run the session in full screen. If Fullscreen=no then the session runs in a windowed screen.

Host=[name, IP, $SYS VAR]

or

Application=published application

Host A list of server hostnames or IP addresses to which the thin client will attempt to connect. The next server on the list is attempted if the previous one failed. List items must be separated by semicolons or commas.

NOTE:

$UN (see System Variables) specifies that the sign-on user name is used and should be set in a {username}.ini file. If set to Host=$UN in a {username}.ini file, the hostname will display as the sign-on user name. If set to Host=$UN in a wnos.ini file, the hostname will display as the default start.

Application Defines the published application to launch. Application is required if no host is specified.

Resolution=[default, Seamless, ] Default is default.

Specifies the connection display resolution.

default Starts the connection using the current desktop display setting with no window frame and border.

Seamless Available for use if the connection is to a published application. For Seamless connections, the MetaFrame hosts select the best-fit connection window for applications.

Resolution values you can use in the form X x Y depending on your client. Example for monitor resolution: 1024 x 768. See the Release Notes of your client.

[OnScreen={1-6}] In multi monitors span mode, this value indicates which screen session is on full screen.

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TimeZone Parameter: Values Using the TimeZone parameter, Table TimeZone Parameter: Values contains the zone value options that can be used.

For Example:

TimeZone="GMT - 08:00" ManualOverride=Yes Daylight=Yes \ Start=030207 End=110107 TimeZoneName=Pacific \ DaylightName=Pacific

Remember to use quotation marks (" ") since the option includes spaces. The example above uses the " \" to break a single continuous line into multiple likes for easier reading with no" \" on the last line of the parameter.

NOTE:

The Start and End options are in the MMWWDD format, where:

MM = Month of the year. Values are 01 to 12 for the months of the year from January to December.

For example, 01 = January, 12 = December

WW = Week of the Month. Values are 01 to 05 for the week of the month, 05 is the last week.

For example, 01 = 1st week, 05 = the last week of the month.

DD = Day of the week. Values are 01 to 07 for the day in the week from Monday to Sunday.

For example, 01 = Monday, 07 = Sunday

U.S. Only:

For the 2013 year, DST dates are Sunday, March 10, 2:00 am and ends Sunday, November 3, 2:00 am.

Start=030207 End=110107

For the 2014 year, DST dates are Sunday, March 9, 2:00 am and ends Sunday, November 2, 2:00 am.

Start=030207 End=110107

TimeZone Parameter: Values Table 15. TimeZone Parameter: Values

Geographic Time Zones Time Zones Name

(GMT-12:00) International Date Line West Dateline

(GMT-11:00) Coordinated Universal Time-11 UTC-11

(GMT-10:00) Hawaii Hawaiian

(GMT-09:00) Alaska Alaskan

(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Pacific

(GMT-07:00) Arizona" US Mountain

(GMT-07:00) Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan Mountain (Mexico)

(GMT-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada) Mountain

B

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Table 15. TimeZone Parameter: Values (continued)

Geographic Time Zones Time Zones Name

(GMT-06:00) Central America" Central America

(GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada) Central

(GMT-06:00) Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey Central (Mexico)

Geographic time zones Time zones name

(GMT-06:00) Saskatchewan Canada Central

(GMT-05:00) Bogota, Lima, Quito, Rio Branco SA Pacific

(GMT-05:00) Chetumal Eastern (Mexico)

(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Eastern

(GMT-05:00) Indiana (East) US Eastern

(GMT-04:30) Caracas Venezuela

(GMT-04:00) Asuncion Paraguay

(GMT-04:00) Atlantic Time (Canada) Atlantic

(GMT-04:00) Cuiaba Central Brazilian

(GMT-04:00) Georgetown, La Paz, Manaus, San Juan SA Western

(GMT-03:30) Newfoundland Newfoundland

(GMT-03:00) Brasilia E. South America

(GMT-03:00) Cayenne, Fortaleza SA Eastern

(GMT-03:00) City of Buenos Aires Argentina

(GMT-03:00) Greenland Greenland

(GMT-03:00) Montevideo Montevideo

(GMT-03:00) Salvador Bahia

(GMT-03:00) Santiago Pacific SA

(GMT-02:00) Coordinated Universal Time-02 UTC-02

(GMT-01:00) Azores Azores

(GMT-01:00) Cape Verde Is. Cape Verde

(GMT) Casablanca Morocco

(GMT) Coordinated Universal T+A35:A98ime UTC

Geographic time zones Time zones name

(GMT) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London GMT

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Table 15. TimeZone Parameter: Values (continued)

Geographic Time Zones Time Zones Name

(GMT) Monrovia, Reykjavik Greenwich

(GMT+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

W. Europe

(GMT+01:00) Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague

Central Europe

(GMT+01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris Romance

(GMT+01:00) Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb Central European

(GMT+01:00) West Central Africa W. Central Africa

(GMT+01:00) Windhoek Namibia

(GMT+02:00) Amman Jordan

(GMT+02:00) Athens, Bucharest GTB

(GMT+02:00) Beirut Middle East

(GMT+02:00) Cairo Egypt

(GMT+02:00) Damascus Syria

(GMT+02:00) E. Europe E. Europe

(GMT+02:00) Harare, Pretoria South Africa

(GMT+02:00) Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius FLE

(GMT+02:00) Istanbul Turkey

(GMT+02:00) Jerusalem Israel

(GMT+02:00) Kaliningrad (RTZ 1) Russia TZ 1

(GMT+02:00) Tripoli Libya

(GMT+03:00) Baghdad Arabic

(GMT+03:00) Kuwait, Riyadh Arab

(GMT+03:00) Minsk Belarus

(GMT+03:00) Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd (RTZ 2) Russia TZ 2

(GMT+03:00) Nairobi E. Africa

(GMT+03:30) Tehran Iran

(GMT+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat Arabian

(GMT+04:00) Baku Azerbaijian

(GMT+04:00) Izhevsk, Samara (RTZ 3) Russia TZ 3

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Table 15. TimeZone Parameter: Values (continued)

Geographic Time Zones Time Zones Name

(GMT+04:00) Port Louis Mauritius

(GMT+04:00) Tbilisi Georgian

(GMT+04:00) Yerevan Caucasus

(GMT+04:30) Kabul Afghanistan

(GMT+05:00) Ashgabat, Tashkent West Asia

(GMT+05:00) Ekaterinburg (RTZ 4) Russia TZ 4

(GMT+05:00) Islamabad Karachi Pakistan

(GMT+05:30) Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi India

(GMT+05:30) Sri Jayawardenepura Sri Lanka

(GMT+05:45) Kathmandu Nepal

(GMT+06:00) Astana Central Asia

(GMT+06:00) Dhaka Bangladesh

(GMT+06:00) Novosibirsk (RTZ 5) Russia TZ 5

(GMT+06:30) Yangon Rangoon Myanmar

(GMT+07:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta SE Asia

(GMT+07:00) Krasnoyarsk (RTZ 6) Russia TZ 6

(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi China

(GMT+08:00) Irkutsk (RTZ 7) Russia TZ 7

(GMT+08:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore Singapore

(GMT+08:00) Perth W. Australia

(GMT+08:00) Taipei Taipei

(GMT+08:00) Ulaanbaatar Ulaanbaatar

(GMT+08:30) Pyongyang North Korea

(GMT+09:00) Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo Tokyo

(GMT+09:00) Seoul Korea

(GMT+09:00) Yakutsk (RTZ 8) Russia TZ 8

(GMT+09:30) Adelaide Cen. Australia

(GMT+09:30) Darwin AUS Central

(GMT+10:00) Brisbane E. Australia

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Table 15. TimeZone Parameter: Values (continued)

Geographic Time Zones Time Zones Name

(GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney AUS Eastern

(GMT+10:00) Guam, Port Moresby West Pacific

(GMT+10:00) Hobart Tasmania

(GMT+10:00) Magadan Magadan

(GMT+10:00) Vladivostok, Magadan (RTZ 9) Russia TZ 9

(GMT+11:00) Chokurdakh (RTZ 10) Russia TZ 10

(GMT+11:00) Solomon Is., New Caledonia Central Pacific

(GMT+12:00) Anadyr, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (RTZ 11) Russia TZ 11

(GMT+12:00) Auckland, Wellington New Zealand

(GMT+12:00) Coordinated Universal Time+12 UTC+12

(GMT+12:00) Fiji Fiji

(GMT+13:00) Nuku'alofa Tonga

(GMT+13:00) Samoa Samoa

(GMT+14:00) Kiritimati Island Line Islands

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Best Practices: Troubleshooting and Deployment Examples

This appendix contains the following best practices information:

Troubleshooting INI Files Examples: Basic Deployments

Troubleshooting INI Files General recommendations when encountering INI parameter usage problems and errors include:

Check for spelling and format mistakes. Use the following process:

1. Restart the thin client. 2. Check thin client system information: for example, the Event log.

3. Search the Event log to see if there is an invalid statement.

Examples: Basic deployments To help you get started, the following sections provide examples of parameters commonly used for basic deployments.

Citrix XenDesktop Broker Deployment

Autoload=1 Privilege=High Timeserver=NTPserver.whatever.com timeformat="12-hour format" Dateformat=mm/dd/yyyy TimeZone='GMT - 05:00' ManualOverride=no Daylight=yes Start=030207 End=110107 TimeZoneName=Eastern DayLightName=Eastern SignOn=Yes PNliteServer=https://XenDesktopDDC Domainlist=yourdomain Sysmode=VDI

Citrix Presentation Server/XenApp Deployment (with Optional Published Application)

Autoload=1 Signon=no Seamless=yes Connect=ICA \ BrowserIP=IPaddress \ Application="application" \ Description="name" \ Icon=default \ Domainname=Domain \ LocalCopy=no

Microsoft Broker Deployment

Autoload=1 Signon=yes ConnectionBroker=Microsoft Host=broker_url Domainlist= Privilege=

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VMware View Broker Deployment

Autoload=1 ConnectionBroker=VMware VDIBroker=https://ViewServerAddress TimeServer=IPAddress TimeFormat="12-hour format" DateFormat=mm/dd/yyyy TimeZone='GMT - 05:00' ManualOverride=No Daylight=Yes Start=030207 End=110107 TimeZoneName=Eastern DaylightName=Eastern

Microsoft Terminal Services/Remote Desktop Service Deployment

Autoload=1 Signon=no Seamless=yes Connect=RDP \ Host=IP or Name of MS RDS server \ Description="Description" \ Username=Username \ Domainname=Domain \ Password=Password \ LocalCopy=no

Quest

ConnectionBroker=Quest Signon=no Domainli

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