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3. If automatic logon is not enabled, the logon window is displayed when you boot the thin client. You can log in using the options
mentioned in step 2.
We recommend you change the default passwords of your thin client. To change a password:
1. Disable the File Based Write Filter before you change a password, and then enable it after your change. For more information,
see Working with the File Based Write Filter Utility.
2. Log in as an Administrator, and then open Windows Security window by holding CTRL+ALT+DEL key combination.
3. Click Change a Password, and then use the Change a Password dialog box to specify your old password and new password.
Using Your Desktop
What you see after logging in to the thin client depends on the configurations set by the Administrator.
For viewing your desktop, you must log in to your thin client as Administrator or User.
If you log in as Administrator, the Administrator Desktop is displayed. You can find the following applications or elements on your
desktop:
Taskbar — Administrator taskbar.
Connection Icons— Connection icons such as VMware Horizon Client, Citrix Receiver, Remote Desktop Connection, Ptstart,
and vWorkspace.
File Based Write Filter icons — FBWF Disable and FBWF Enable icons.
Right-Click Desktop menu — Right-click on the desktop to view the desktop menu.
Start Menu — Click the Start button to open the start menu for administrator.
Administrator system tray icons.
For more options. see Accessible Applications, and Notable Administrator Features
In addition to the Standard Control Panel icons, an extended set of resources for configuring user preference settings and system
administration are included in the Control Panel. To open the control panel, click the Start button, and then click Control Panel.
If you log in as User, the User Desktop is displayed. You can find the following applications or elements on your desktop:
Taskbar— User taskbar.
Connection Icons— Connection icons such as VMware Horizon Client, Citrix Receiver, Remote Desktop Connection, Ptstart,
and vWorkspace.
Start Menu — Click the Start button to open the start menu for user.
User System Tray.
Before Configuring Your Thin Clients
File Based Write Filter Utility and NetXClean Utility are meant to protect your thin clients. These utilities prevent your thin client
configurations from persisting after log off and restart. The local settings and profile configurations you set are removed by utilities.
These utilities prevent undesired flash memory writes and clean-up extraneous information from being stored on the local disk.
However, there are instances where administrators want configurations to persist even after logoff and restarting a thin client.
Important:
To help you to easily configure and manage multiple thin clients, use the Dell Wyse Device Manager (WDM) software.
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