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This helps admins to make modifications to the local system settings.

The settings are accessible from the home screen using the Setting Icon or from the Settings icon  on the side menu.

Home Screen

Following system settings can be performed via admin account. To access, sign in as: admin/superuser

Note: For Non-Kiosk/ Kiosk modes login only limited system settings access are provided.

  1. Management server
  2. Change password
  3. Remote Shadow
  4. Date/Time configuration
  5. Display configuration
  6. Patch Update
  7. Hostname
  8. Mouse
  9. Power Management
  10. Reset
  11. Firewall
  12. User Mode
  13. Write File Manager
  14. Audio
  15. Certificates
  16. Ethernet
  17. Wi-Fi

Settings – Admin User mode

              Non-Kiosk/Kiosk Mode User Settings

1.1    Management Server

Management server settings helps to manage the server IP details or Hostname.

To Save Server details

  1. Enter Management Server IP or Hostname.
  2. Click Save Changes to apply changes.

Settings – Management Server

1.2    Change Password

Change password settings enables the user to change the local administrator’s password.

To change password

  1. Click the Change password option in the settings page.
  2. Enter old password & new password.
  3. Retype to confirm the new password.
  4. Click Save Changes to apply changes.

                                           Settings – Change Password

1.3    Remote Shadow

Remote Shadow enables the user to change the password for the remote shadow to connect remotely.

To Change Remote Shadow Password

  1. Click the Remote Shadow option in the settings page.
  2. Enter old password & new password.
  3. Retype to confirm the new password.
  4. Click Save Changes to apply changes.

    Settings – Remote Shadow

1.4    Date and Time

To access Date and Time

  1. Click the Date and Time option in the settings page.

To set Date and Time manually

Manual update Date & Time

  1. Click Change button of Current date and time.

Date & Time manual update

  1. Enter the Date in (mm/dd/yyyy) format.
  2. Enter the time in (hh: mm) format.
  3. Click on AM/PM to change.
  4. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

To change Date and Time zone

  1. Click Change button of Current time zone.

        Date & Time zone update

  1. Choose time zone.

   Date & Time zone update

  1. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

Date and Time can also be synchronized automatically as below.

  1. Click Change button of automatic sync with time.windows.com.

      Date & Time automatic sync

 

  1. Enable automatically synchronize Date & Time with NTP Server.

        

      Date & Time automatic sync

 

  1. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

For getting the correct time we need to set the proper time zone. Time zone information is used to offset standard UTC time so that the localized time is displayed.

 

1.5    Display configuration

To access display configuration

  1. Click the Display option in the settings page.

The display configuration is applicable for both UI and the remote session.

It can be of the below two configuration settings

  1. Auto Detect
  2. Custom Settings

 

  1. Auto-Detect

Use auto detect screen size option for automatic detection of screen resolution. Refer to the below screen shot. By default, auto detection is enabled.

Auto-detect Display

  1. Custom Settings

Custom screen size option can be used to choose the specific resolution of the remote screen size.

Custom – Display

  1. Choose Custom
  2. Select the required size
  3. Click Save Changes to apply the changes

List of available custom size are

  1. 1024 x 768
  2. 1280 x 800
  3. 1280 x 1024
  4. 1360 x 768
  5. 1366 x 768
  6. 1440 x 900
  7. 1600 x 900
  8. 1600 x 1200
  9. 1680 x 1050
  10. 1920 x 1080

 

Maximum of two displays can be supported.  More than one display can be used for multi-monitor support and the user can choose the specific resolution of the remote screen size.

To choose custom second display configuration

  1. Choose Display 2.
  2. Choose Custom
  3. Select the required size.

           Custom – Display 2

  1. Choose Extended/Clone
  2. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

In Clone Mode the monitor display will be duplicated i.e. the screen of display 1 and display 2 will be same.

 

1.6    Patch Update

Patch update option enables the user to update the patch file.

To update patch

  1. Click the Patch Update option in the settings page.
  2. Choose the patch file from the location by Choose File option.
  3. On selecting the patch file, Click Update to update the patch.

Settings – Patch Update

1.7    Hostname

Host name option enables the user to update the host name of the thin client device.

To update hostname

  1. Click the hostname option in the settings page.
  2. Enter the hostname and click Save Changes to update.

Settings – Host name

Note: System reboot will be automatically done once we change the hostname

1.8    Mouse Settings

In Mouse settings, UI will have provisions for changing mouse speed and swapping of primary and secondary mouse.

To access mouse settings

  1. Click the Mouse option in settings page.
  2. Drag and move the slider to slow/fast.

Mouse settings

  1. Select Swap primary and secondary mouse buttons if required.
  2. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

1.9    Power Management

In Power Management, UI will have provisions for enabling/disabling of Wake-On-USB and Wake-On-LAN via Magic packet.

To access power management settings

  1. Click the Power Management option in settings page.
  2. Enable/Disable Wake-On-USB or Wake-On-LAN (Magic packet).

  Power Management

  1. Choose power plan (Balanced, Power Saver or High performance) as per the requirement.
  2. Choose display and sleep settings as per requirement.
  3. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

1.10 Reset

In Reset, user settings will be restore to default settings.

To access reset settings

  1. Click the Reset option in settings page.

Settings – Reset

Click Restore factory settings to default to reset the device to default factory settings. User can also restore the settings from SCM.

1.11  Firewall

In Firewall settings, UI will have provisions for enabling/disabling the Domain, Private or Public Networks.

To access firewall settings

  1. Click the Firewall option in the settings page.
  2. Enable or Disable by choosing the On/Off button of Domain, Private or Public networks.

Settings – Firewall

 

  1. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

1.12 User Mode

This User Mode enables the admin user to change the users from kiosk mode to Non-kiosk mode or vice-versa.

To access user mode settings

  1. Click the User Mode option in settings page.

Settings – User mode

 

  1. Choose the Kiosk/Non-Kiosk option.
  2. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

Note : System will be rebooted automatically once we change the user mode

 

1.13  Write File Manager

Write file Manager enables the user to choose Disable and commit/Commit to data volume.

  • Disable and commit – Data stored in any location will be vanished on next reboot.
  • Commit to data volume – Data stored in any location will be retained even after the reboot.

Note: Kindly ensure to enable Commit to data volume before you install any software in the device.

 

To access write file manager settings

  1. Click the Write File Manager option in settings page.
  2. Choose the Disable and commit/Commit to data volume.
  3. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

Settings-Write File Manager

 

1.14  Audio

In Audio settings, UI will have provisions for controlling TC audio devices (Speaker & Microphone)

To access audio settings

  1. Click the Audio option in settings page.

Settings – Audio/Microphone

  1. Slide Audio/ Microphone button to low or high as per the requirement.
  2. Click Audio mute/Microphone mute to mute the volume.
  3. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

1.15  Certificates

Certificate settings option enables the user to add new certificate or to view the saved certificate details for VM connection to the server protocol.

To view certificate

  1. Click the Certificate icon in the settings page.

  

Citrix Certificate

 

  1. On clicking the certificates icon, list of available certificates are displayed.

To add certificate for Citrix/VMWare/Microsoft Profiles

  1. Click on Add (+) button.
  2. Enter Certificate Name.

Add Certificate

 

  1. Browse and choose the required certificate.
  2. Click Save Changes to apply the changes.

 

To delete Certificate

  1. Choose the Certificate to delete.
  2. Click on the Delete button and confirm again to delete.

Delete Certificate

 

1.16 Ethernet Settings

UI will have provision to configure DHCP and Static settings for IP and DNS for Ethernet and only DHCP will be enabled by default for IP and DNS for WIFI.

To access Ethernet settings

  1. Click the Ethernet option in settings page.
  2. Unselect the Use DHCP.

DHCP/Auto DNS

 

  1. Enter the required information.

                 Setting DHCP

 

  1. Click Save changes to apply changes.

 

To configure Auto DNS

  1. Unselect the use Auto DNS option

                    Setting – DNS

  1. Enter the required details domain name, preferred DNS server and Alternate server
  2. Click Save Changes to apply changes.

1.17  Wi-Fi Settings

This will help to enable Wi-Fi and connect the Thin Client device with specified Wi-Fi access point. Also allows the user to add new Wi-Fi access points.

To access the Wi-Fi settings

  1. Click the Wi-Fi option in the settings page.

To connect with a Wi-Fi network

  1. Select enable Wi-Fi option to obtain the list of available Wi-Fi.

 

                                                                  Connecting – Wi-Fi

 

  1. Choose the desired Wi-Fi to connect and Click Connect.

Providing Password

  1. Provide password to establish the connection.

 

To disconnect the Wi-Fi network

  1. Click Disconnect button to disconnect the Wi-Fi connectivity.

Wi-Fi Disconnected

 

To add a Wi-Fi network – Method 1

  1. Click Add (+) button.

Adding – Wi-Fi Network

 

  1. Choose Access Point Configuration and provide SSID network.

Adding – Wi-Fi Network

 

  1. Choose the security option for the network and Click Next.

Providing Password

  1. Provide a password and Click Proceed to add the Wi-Fi network.

Alternatively, you can use Choose file option to upload exported Wi-Fi profile XML file to add a network.

To add a Wi-Fi network – Method 2

  1. Click Add (+) button.
  2. Select Choose file option and browse to choose file.

Uploading – Wi-Fi File

To forget a Wi-Fi network

  1. Choose the saved Wi-Fi network.
  2. Click forget button to remove the network from the list.

Wi-Fi Network Removed

 

 

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