b. Enter the IP address or valid DNS name of the thin client that is shadowed or operated or
c. Click OK.
The VNC Authentication dialog box is displayed.
d. Enter the Password of the thin client that is shadowed, and then click OK.
This is the Primary Password of the thin client that is shadowed.
The thin client that is shadowed or operated or monitored is displayed for the administrator in a
separate window on the remote machine. Use the mouse and keyboard on the remote machine to
operate the thin client just as you would if you were operating it locally.
Configuring TightVNC Server Properties on the Thin Client
To Configure the TightVNC Server Properties on the Thin Client.
1. To open the TightVNC Server Configuration (offline) dialog box, click Start → Program →
TightVNC Server (Application Mode) → TightVNC Server → Offline Configuration.
TightVNC Server Configuration (offline) dialog box is displayed.
2. In the Server tab, set the Primary password or View-only password. Use this password while
shadowing the thin client.
Default password is DELL.
3. In the Server tab, select the following check boxes:
• Accept incoming connections
• Require VNC authentication
• Enable file transfers
• Hide desktop wallpaper
• Show icon in the notification area
• Serve Java Viewer to web clients
• Use mirror driver if available
• Grab transparent windows.
4. In the Server tab , retain the following check boxes blank:
• Block remote input events
• Block remote input on local activity
• No local input during client sessions.
5. In the Main server port box, select or type 5900.
6. In the web access port box, select or type 5800.
7. In the Screen poling cycle box, select or type 1000.
8. Click OK.
For security, it is highly recommended that the Primary Password be changed for administrator
use only immediately upon receipt of the Thin Client.