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Password=Password \
Domain=contoso
2. Defining an SMB Printer with Generic User Credentials that are Encrypted
Printer=SMB1 \
LocalName="Demo SMB Printer" \
Host=\\dp-dc-ftp \
Name="TechSupportPrinter" \
PrinterID="HP LaserJet 4100 Series PCL" \
Enabled=yes \
Username-enc=PACGOGDBPKDOPGDGKC \
Password-enc=PFDBOHDBODCJPODP \
Domain=contoso
NOTE: In order to create the encrypted passwords for use in an INI file you will want to use a
program such as ConfGen. This application has built in support for creating the encrypted strings.
ConfGen can be downloaded from technicalhelp.de.
Important: This is a non-supported tool that is linked solely for the purpose of this example.
3. Defining an SMB Printer to Use User Credentials Cached by ThinOS (Advanced)
NOTE: This method requires that the user log in to ThinOS so that the credentials can be cached for
later use. The example INI section provided below provides the minimum requirements you need.
Signon=NTLM
Connect=RDP \
Host=1.2.3.4 \
Username=$UN \
Password=$PW \
Domain=$DN \
AutoConnect=1
Printer=SMB1 \
LocalName="Demo SMB Printer" \
Host=\\dp-dc-ftp \
Name="TechSupportPrinter" \
PrinterID="HP LaserJet 4100 Series PCL" \
Enabled=yes \
Username=$UN \
Password=$PW \
Domain=$DN
Using Your Thin Client as a Print Server (LPD)
A ThinOS thin client can be configured as a basic network print server, to share local printers with other
thin clients.
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