Drive C is the on-board non-volatile flash memory. It is recommended that you avoid writing to drive C. Writing to drive C reduces
the free disk space. If the free disk space on C drive is reduced to 90 percent of the total disk space, then thin client will become
NOTE: We highly recommend that 3 MB of disk space is left unused. If the free disk space is reduced to 2 MB, the thin
client image will be irreparably damaged and it will be necessary for you to contact an authorized service center to repair
the thin client.
The File Based Write Filter (if enabled) displays an error message if the cache is overwritten. However, if this message occurs you
will be unable to flush files of the File Based Write Filter cache and any thin client configuration changes still in cache will be lost.
Cache is disabled when FBWF is turned off. Items that are written to the File Based Write Filter cache or directly to the flash if the
File Based Write Filter is disabled during normal operations including:
• Favorites
Created connections
Delete/edit connections
Mapping Network Drives
Users and administrators can map network drives. However, to retain the mappings after the thin client is restarted, complete the
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. On the Start menu, click Computer.
The Computer window is displayed.
3. Click the Computer button in the menu bar.
A ribbon with command buttons is displayed.
4. Click Map Network Drive button in the ribbon.
The Map Network Drive dialog box is displayed.
5. Select the drive letter from the Drive drop-down list, and type or browse for the folder you want to connect to.
6. Select the Reconnect at logon check box.
7. Flush the files of the File Based Write Filter cache during the current system session.
Since a User log-on account cannot flush the files of the File Based Write Filter cache, the mappings can be retained by logging
off the user account (do not shut down or restart the system), logging back on using an administrator account, and then
flushing the files of the cache.
Tip: A remote home directory can also be assigned by using a user manager utility or by other means known to an
Participating in Domains
You can participate in domains by joining the thin client to a domain or by using roaming profiles.
Joining a Domain
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. Click Start Control Panel System.
The System window is displayed.
3. In the Computer name, domain and workgroup settings section, click Change Settings.
The System Properties dialog box is displayed.
4. Click Change option to change the domain or workgroup.
a. Click the Domain option.
The Computer Name/Domain changes dialog box is displayed.
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