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Establishing a Server Environment 9
If the thin client accesses the enterprise server environment through a manually initiated
Dial-up, PPPoE, and/or PPTP VPN, the automation provided by a DHCP server is not
available. In such cases, refer to "Virtual Desktop Server Available (DHCP Server
Unavailable)" for configuration information.
Note
If Dial-up, PPPoE, and/or PPTP VPN are automatically started, Virtual
Desktop server services can be accessed through these connections.
Virtual Desktop Server Available (DHCP Server Unavailable)
In an environment where a DHCP server is not available but an Virtual Desktop server is
available, the thin client user must locally enter (using the Network Setup dialog box)
network information that would otherwise be supplied by the DHCP server.
If the thin client is configured for DHCP (new-thin client or reset thin client to default
configurations) but DHCP is not detected on the network, the Network Setup dialog box
automatically opens when the thin client is started. You can also open the Network Setup
dialog box manually by clicking on the desktop background, selecting System Setup from
the desktop menu, and then clicking Network. In the Network Setup dialog box, select
the Statically specified IP Address option and configure the dialog box for the following
information (any remaining information will be automatically populated from the INI files
when the Virtual Desktop server is contacted):
Static IP address of the thin client
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Domain Name (not necessary if DNS is not used)
DNS Server Address (not necessary if DNS is not used)
Ethernet Speed
WINS Server Address (not necessary if WINS is not used)
Username and Password for login to the FTP server
Rapport Server Address (not necessary if Rapport server is not used)
•Time Server
•VDI Server
Note
A wnos.ini file contains the “global” parameters you want that will affect all
thin clients accessing the file server. A {username}.ini file contains the
user-specific or “user profile” parameters you want that will comprise the
connection profile for an individual user. For information on constructing
these INI files, refer to the Reference Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM INI Files.
After the network settings are configured, reboot the thin client before using it. A sign-on
name and password may be required for access to the session services. If applications
(published by Citrix PNAgent/PNLite services) are available, a Domain name must be
entered or selected from the list. Connections or applications may start automatically if
they are configured to automatically start in the INI files.
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