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Additional Administrator Utility and
Settings Information
This chapter provides additional information about utilities and settings available for administrators.
It discusses:
Automatically Launched Utilities
Utilities Affected by Log Off, Restart, and Shut Down
Upgrade capability
Using the File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
Understanding the NetXClean Utility
Saving Files and Using Local Drives
Mapping Network Drives
Participating in Domains
Using the Net and Tracert Utilities
Managing Users and Groups with User Accounts
Changing the Computer Name of a Thin client
Automatically Launched Utilities
The following utilities are automatically started:
File Based Write Filter — Upon system start, the File Based Write Filter utility is automatically
launched. It provides a secure environment for thin client computing by protecting the thin client
from undesired flash memory writes. The active (green) or inactive (red) status of the filter is indicated
by the color of the File Based Write Filter status icon in the system tray of the taskbar. See Using the
File Based Write Filter (FBWF).
NetXClean — Upon system start, the NetXClean utility is automatically launched. NetXClean is a
clean-up utility that keeps extraneous information from being stored on the local disk. If you want to
keep certain profile configurations for example, printers, be sure to configure NetXClean to refrain
from cleaning up any number of explicitly declared profiles. See Understanding the NetXClean Utility.
VNC Server — Upon successful thin client logon, the Windows VNC Server utility is automatically
launched. VNC allows a thin client desktop to be accessed remotely for administration and support.
See Using TightVNC (Server and Viewer) to Shadow an thin client.
Utilities Affected by Log Off, Restart, and Shut Down
The following utilities are affected by logging off, restarting, and shutting down the thin client:
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