This section describes the activities that you must perform to start using your thin client:
To get started using your thin client, see:
•Using your Desktop.
•Before Configuring Your Thin Client.
•Connecting to a Printer.
•Connecting to a Monitor.
NOTE: While it can be used in environments without central configuration for basic connectivity needs, supported
clients are designed to be centrally managed and configured using network and session services.
In general, we recommend you use central configuration to automatically push updates and enable any desired default
configuration to all thin client in your environment, see Using Dynamic Host Configuration (DHCP).
To save any configurations you make on a thin client to persist after a thin client reboot, be sure to disable the File Based
Write Filter before your configurations to the thin client, and then enable the File Based Write Filter after your configurations.
For more information, see Before Configuring Your Thin Client.
The initial display that you see when you turn on your thin client or during the reboot of your thin client depends on the administrator
configurations. After creating user account, an administrator can configure that particular user account to log in automatically or
require manual login with user credentials. For more information, see Enabling Auto Logon.
For information about creating and managing user accounts, see Managing Users and Groups with User Accounts.
Automatic and Manual logon
For security reasons, automatic logon to a User desktop is enabled on the thin client by default.
To log in as a different user or administrator:
1. Click Start Menu → Log off, to log off the current desktop and hold the Shift key until the logon window is displayed.
2. Log in using one of the following options:
•Administrators — The default name is Administrator which is displayed automatically and default password is DellCCCvdi.
•Users — The default name is User which is displayed automatically and default password is DellCCCvdi.
Important: Passwords are case-sensitive.
NOTE: As an administrator, you can use Auto Logon to configure your thin client to start with the Logon window so
that you can simply log in as an administrator. For more information, see Enabling Auto Logon.