Working with the File Based Write Filter Utility
The File Based Write Filter provides a secure environment for thin client computing by protecting the thin client from undesired flash
memory writes. Changes made to the thin client configurations are lost when the thin client is restarted unless the files of the File
Based Write Filter cache are cleared during the current system session.
Use the following guidelines to configure the File Based Write Filter Utility:
1. Log in as Administrator.
If automatic logon to a user desktop is enabled, you must log off the user desktop and log in as an administrator. For more
information, see Logging On.
2. To disable the File Based Write Filter, double-click the FBWF Disable icon in red color on your desktop.
This disables the File Based Write Filter and reboots your thin client.
3. Configure the thin client as per your requirements.
4. After you configure the thin client, to enable the FBWF, double-click the FBWF Enable icon in green color on your desktop.
This enables the File Based Write Filter and reboots your thin client.
Your configurations on the thin client are saved and they will persist after a thin client device reboot.
For more information about the File Based Write Filter, see Using the File Based Write Filter.
Brief Introduction about NetXClean Utility
NetXClean is a clean-up that keeps extraneous information from being stored on the local disk. If you want to retain certain profile
configurations such as printers, monitors and other peripherals, be sure to configure NetXClean in order to refrain from cleaning up
explicitly declared profiles.
For more information, see Understanding the NetXClean Utility.
For detailed instructions on using NetXClean, browse Knowledge Base Solution at www.wyse.com/kb and search for #10621.
Connecting to a Printer
To connect a local printer to your thin client, be sure you obtain and use the correct adapter cables. You also need to install the
driver for the printer by following the printer driver installation instructions. For information on connecting to printers, see
Connecting to a Printer or an External Device.
Connecting to a Monitor
Depending on your thin client model, with proper monitor cables, splitters or adapters you can connect to a monitor using a
Display(digital) port.
For more information on configuring dual display settings, see Dual Monitor Display.
Power State
You can change the power state options of the thin client device by following the steps mentioned here:
1. On the taskbar, click the Start button.
2. From the Start menu, point to the arrow next to the log off button, and then click any one of the following:
Restart— To restart your thin client.
Sleep— This mode enables the power-saving state and allows the thin client to quickly resume full power operations when
you want to start working again.
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