Boot list option setting in BIOS
Boot List Option is located under Settings → General → Boot Sequence of BIOS setup has value set to
UEFI. Changing this option impacts on WES7P OS boot up.
Configuring and Using Peripherals
The thin client has a port available on it such as:
To provide the services through the port, install the appropriate software for the thin client.
You can install other services and add-ins that are available from the Dell website for free or for a
For more information, see www.Dell.com/support..
TightVNC (Server and Viewer)
TightVNC is a remote control software package. With TightVNC, you can see the desktop of a remote
machine and control it with your local mouse and keyboard, just like you do in the computer.
To configure or reset a Thin Client from a remote location, use TightVNC (Server and Viewer). TightVNC
is primarily intended for support and troubleshooting purposes.
Install TightVNC locally on the Thin Client. After installation, it allows the thin client to be shadowed,
operated and monitored from a remote device.
TightVNC Server starts automatically as a service upon thin client startup. The initialization of TightVNC
Server can also be controlled by using the Services window by this procedure:
• To open TightVNC Server window, click Start Menu Toolbar → Programs → TightVNC → TightVNC
Server (Service Mode)
• TightVNC Viewer is available from TightVNC website.
• TightVNC is included in WDM software as a component.
• TightVNC Viewer must be installed on a shadowing or remote machine before use.
• If you want to permanently save the state of the service, be sure to flush the files of the Unified
Write Filter during the current system session.
For more information, see www.tightvnc.com/.
TightVNC (Server and Viewer) — Pre-requisites
Before TightVNC Server installation on a remote machine, to access a Thin Client you must know the