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Notable Features
When you log in to your thin client, the Windows desktop displays certain notable extended features in
the Programs menu.
You can perform the following activities:
To browse the internet, use Internet Explorer, see Using the Internet Explorer.
View Client Information; see Viewing Client Information.
Configure Citrix Receiver session services, see Using the Citrix Receiver.
Ericom — PowerTerm Session Manager, see Using the Ericom PowerTerm Terminal Emulation.
Ericom Power Term WebConnect, see Using the Ericom Power Term WebConnect.
Remote Desktop Connections, see Configuring a Remote Desktop Connection Session Services.
To connect to a virtual desktop, use VMware Horizon View Client, see Using the VMware Horizon
Client.
Configure the vWorkspace connections, see Configuring a vWorkspace Connection.
Dell Command Configure, see Using the Dell Command Configure Application.
Microsoft Lync VDI 2013 plug-in, see Microsoft Lync VDI 2013 plug-in.
SCCM Client 2012 R2, see SCCM Client 2012 R2.
.Net Framework v4.6.1, see .Net Framework v4.6.1.
Message Queuing (MSMQ), see Message Queuing (MSMQ).
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) , see Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
Using the Intel vPRO, see Using the Intel vPRO.
Silverlight, see Silverlight.
AppLocker, see AppLocker.
Branch Cache, see Branch Cache.
Direct Access, see Direct Access.
Using the Internet Explorer
IE11 advances the state of the art in real world performance for applications and sites with enhanced
runtime capabilities enabling the next generation of web apps, gaming, and media consumption.
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer (64-bit) for your browser needs. To open the Internet Explorer, perform
either of the ways mentioned here:
Click the Internet Explorer Quick Launch icon on the taskbar in the Thin Client Administrator desktop.
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