NOTE: You can have the
\wyse automatic
component of the search
path omitted by appending
a dollar sign ($) to the
entered path. For example, if
you enter pub
\serversoftware$, the
path searched will be pub
The usage or omission of a
leading slash (\) on the path
is critical on some servers.
Some servers limit access to
the root path of the user
specified at login. For those
servers, the usage of the
leading slash is optional.
Some *NIX servers can be
configured to allow the file
user access to the entire file
system. For those servers,
specifying a leading slash
specifies that access is to
start at the root file system.
Proper matching of the file
specification to the file
server in use is critical to
ensuring proper operation. A
secured Windows server
requires the slash to be
specified in order to
complete proper access.
181 PNAgent/ PNLite server list Optional string. The thin client
uses the server to authenticate
the Windows credentials of the
user and to obtain a list of ICA
published applications valid for
the validated credentials. The
user supplies those credentials
when logging in to the thin
182 NT domain list for PNAgent/
Optional string. The thin client
creates a pull-down list of
domains from the information
supplied in option 182. This list is
presented at thin client login in
the order specified in the DHCP
option (for example, the first
domain specified becomes the
default). The selected domain is
the one which must authenticate
the user ID and password. Only
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