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Viewing the Events
Managing the Services
Configuring the Component Services
To access and configure the Component Services, Event Viewer and Local Services use the Component
Services console.
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. On the Start menu, click Control Panel Administrative Tools
3. From the Administrative Tools list, select Component Services.
4. In the Component Services console select Component Services, Event Viewer or Local Services from
the drop-down list to configure.
Viewing the Events
To view monitoring and troubleshooting messages from Windows and other programs, use the Event
Viewer window.
In the Component Services console, click the Event Viewer icon from the console tree.
The summary of all the logs of the events that have occurred on your computer is displayed.
Managing the Services
To view and manage the services installed on the thin client, use the Services window. To open Services
window, go to StartControl PanelAdministrative Tool Services .
1. In the Component Services console, click the Services icon from the console tree. The list of
services is displayed.
2. Right-click on any of the service of your choice. You can perform Start, Stop, Pause, Resume and
Restart operations.
a. You can select Startup type from the drop-down list:
Automatic (Delayed Start)
• Automatic
• Manual
• Disabled
NOTE: Make sure the Write Filter is disabled while managing the services.
Using TPM and BitLocker
A TPM is a microchip designed to provide basic security-related functions, primarily involving encryption
keys. BitLocker Drive Encryption (BDE) is a full disk encryption feature which is designed to protect data
by providing encryption for entire volumes. By default it uses the AES encryption algorithm in CBC mode
with a 128 bit key, combined with the Elephant diffuser for additional disk encryption-specific security not
provided by AES.
CAUTION: During the thin client restart, to ensure that the thin client configuration is saved
disable the Unified Write Filter (UWF). Be sure to enable the UWF later. For more information, see
Before Configuring your Thin Clients .
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