For more information, refer the SCCM Guide for managing Dell Wyse thin clients at www.dell.com/wyse/manuals.
Dell Wyse Custom Fields
To enter the configuration strings used by the WDM Software, use the Dell Wyse Custom Field dialog box. The configuration
strings gives you the information regarding the location, user, administrator, and so on.
Click OK to copy the custom field information that is entered to the Windows Registry.
NOTE: For details on using Custom Field information, see the WDM documentation available at downloads.dell.com/
Dell Wyse RAM Disk
RAM Disk is volatile memory space used for temporary data storage. It is the Z drive shown in the My Computer console. It can also
be used for temporary storage of other data according to administrator discretion. For more information, see Saving Files and Using
The following items are stored on RAM Disk:
• Browser Web page cache
• Browser history
• Browser cookies
• Browser cache
• Temporary Internet files
• Print spooling
• User/system temporary files
To configure the RAM Disk size, go to Start → All Programs → Dell Thin Client Application → RAM Disk. After the changes made
in the size of the RAM Disk, restart the thin client for the changes to be saved. To permanently save the changes, make sure the
files of the File Based Filter cache have been cleared during the recent system session before the thin client reboot.
NOTE: The default RAM Disk size may vary depending on the thin client and size of the installed memory. The minimum
RAM Disk size can be set is 2 MB. The maximum RAM Disk size can be set is 1024 MB. Usually, the default value is set to
Enabling Auto Logon
By default, Automatic logon to a user desktop is enabled. Auto login changes can be made in the Auto Logon Settings window. To
open Auto Logon Settings window, go to Start → All Programs → Dell Thin Client Application → Auto Logon
The following changes can be made in the Auto Logon window:
• Enable or disable Auto Logon
• Change the Default User Name
• Change the Default Password
• Change the Default Domain
Device Manger: Bluetooth Connections
You can access Bluetooth- enabled devices in your thin-client device, if your thin-client has optional Wireless Bluetooth capability.
1. To manage an existing Bluetooth device :
a. Go to Start → Control Panel → Device Manager