RDP Dynamic resizing
The windows in an RDP session can be resized directly by using the mouse.
How to work:
1. Launch an RDP session (Windows 8.1/2012 r2) by using Window mode and non-default
2. Use the mouse to change the size of the session window.
Known Issues
Resizing the session window causes the MS media player’s frame region to dispatch. This is a server
side issue.
Caradigm SSO and CM server —This feature integrates the Caradigm solution and provides Single
Sign-on and Context Management Services that are products of Caradigm. For more information, see
Configuring the Caradigm Vault Server.
Imprivata WebAPI v4 Support —This version of ThinOS supports Imprivata WebAPI v4. This version
supports configuration objects that enables you to control different aspects of client behavior. The
Imprivata WebAPI feature is available on OneSign server 4.9 and later versions. For more information,
see Configuring Objects on Imprivata server.
VPN Manager— VPN Manager is included in ThinOS 8.1 to manage VPN connections. A virtual private
network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network such as the Internet. It enables a
computer or Wi-Fi-enabled device to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if the
devices are directly connected to the private network, while benefiting from the functionality, security
and management policies of the private network. For more information, see Configuring the VPN
Dual Network— This feature supports both wired and wireless connections concurrently.
Default Gateway in the General tab — Default Gateway of ThinOS acts as an outgoing interface to
communicate with other networks. Two gateways available are wired and wireless. These
gateways can exist at the same time. For more information on Single Network support and Dual
Network support, see Configuring the General Settings.
Server Name option — In ThinOS 8.0, the manual input DNS Servers are replaced by DHCP. From
ThinOS 8.1, the manual input DNS Servers are retained behind DHCP.
USB 3.0 on Z10D —The Wyse 7010 thin client with ThinOS (Z10D) devices support two USB 3.0 ports.
The USB 3.0 is supported on ThinOS 8.1 and compatible with USB 2.0. When USB 2.0 device is
connected to 3.0 ports, the behavior of the device remains unaltered. For USB 3.0 device to connect
to 3.0 ports, the device type should be of 5 Gbps. All types of USB devices work when connected to
USB 3.0 port.
Known issue
Camera preview has some known issue.
Improved Troubleshooting—An additional option labelled Export Event Log is added to the Options
window in Troubleshooting to enable logging of unexpected error messages. For more information,
see Using the Trouble Shooting Options.
Create INI options to change the BIOS feature— New INI Parameters are added to change the BIOS
feature on the ThinOS devices.
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