a. Connection Description— Enter the descriptive name that is to appear in the connection list (38
b. Host Names— Use the list to select the valid DNS server name or the IP address of the server to
which the thin client connection is to be made you can also use Browse next to the box to make
the selection you want. For example, a list of WTS servers on the local network from which you
NOTE: The server name may be resolved using one of two mechanisms: DNS, and WINS.
DNS uses the default domain name in the network control panel to attempt to construct an
FQDN but will also try to resolve the name without using the default.
c. Enable Wyse VDA— When selected, the thin client will use Virtual Desktop Accelerator software
to provide an “accelerated” user experience on remote desktop sessions with high round-trip
delay between the server and client.
d. Console mode— Select to set the RDP connection with Windows Console mode.
e. Display Resolution— Select the display resolution for this connection.
Select the color depth of the RDP session. If High Colors (16 bits) or True Colors (32 bits) is
selected and the RDP server does not support this color depth, the thin client renegotiates the
color depth to the lower value for example, 256 Colors (8 bits). The highest is 32 bits, if hardware
f. Full screen on 1 monitor and Span both monitors— Select the initial view of the application in a
full screen or span.
g. Auto-connect on start-up— When selected, automatically connects the session on start-up.