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4Local System Administration
This chapter provides local system administration information to help you perform the
routine tasks needed to maintain your Wyse ThinOS environment. It includes the following
local (at the thin client) system administration information:
"Resetting to Factory Defaults Using G-Key Reset"
"Resetting to Factory Defaults Using Shutdown Reset"
"Resetting Display Settings Using V-Key Reset"
"Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings"
"Enabling a Disabled Network Setup Dialog Box"
"Configuring ThinPrint"
Resetting to Factory Defaults Using G-Key Reset
High-privileged or Stand-alone users can reset the thin client to factory default settings
using the G-key reset feature.
To reset the thin client to factory default settings, restart the thin client and continuously
tap the G key during the restart process. G-key reset impacts all configuration items,
including, but not limited to, both network configuration and connections defined in local
NV-RAM.
Note
G-key reset is disabled for Low-privileged and Non-privileged users in
Lockdown mode.
Resetting to Factory Defaults Using Shutdown Reset
A High-privileged or Stand-alone user can reset the thin client to factory default settings
from the Sign-off/Shutdown window as follows:
1. Select either Shutdown and Restart the system or Shutdown the system.
2. Select the Reset the system setting to factory defaults check box.
3. Click OK.
Shutdown reset impacts all configuration items, including, but not limited to, both network
configuration and connections defined in local NV-RAM (Terminal name will not change).
Note
Shutdown reset is disabled for Low-privileged and Non-privileged users,
regardless of lockdown state.
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