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1Introduction
Wyse® thin clients running Wyse ThinOS™ are highly optimized thin clients that provide
ultra-fast access to applications, files, and network resources made available on machines
hosting Citrix™ ICA and Microsoft™ RDP session services. Locally installed software
permits remote administration of the thin clients and provides local maintenance functions.
Session and network services available on enterprise networks may be accessed through
a direct intranet connection, a dial-up server, or an ISP which provides access to the
Internet and thus permits the thin client to connect to an enterprise virtual private network
(VPN) server.
About this Guide
This guide is intended for administrators of Wyse thin clients running Wyse ThinOS. It
provides information and detailed system configurations to help you design and manage a
Wyse ThinOS environment.
The information and instructions in this guide are intended to be used in conjunction with
other documentation for Wyse ThinOS and for future reference. For example, while you
are following the Getting Started Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM to set up and configure your
Wyse ThinOS system, you can use the detailed instructions in this guide (as well as the
Users Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM and the Reference Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM INI Files) to
help you get your Wyse ThinOS environment up and running quickly and easily.
Although this guide discusses similar information to that contained in the Users Guide:
Wyse ThinOSTM, refer to the Users Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM for detailed information on
configuring the thin client (locally) to manage the connections and applications available to
users.
Organization of this Guide
This guide is organized as follows:
Chapter 2, "Establishing a Server Environment," contains information on the network
architecture and enterprise server environment needed to provide network and session
services for Wyse thin clients running Wyse ThinOS. It also includes information to help
you address important considerations when configuring access to the server environment
and when configuring the services to be provided by the server environment.
Chapter 3, "Remote System Administration," provides remote system administration
information to help you perform the routine tasks needed to maintain your Wyse ThinOS
environment.
Chapter 4, "Local System Administration," provides local system administration
information to help you perform the routine tasks needed to maintain your Wyse ThinOS
environment.
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