NOTE: If configured to display by an administrator, the volume control is displayed in the right
corner of the taskbar and the current time and date are shown when the cursor is placed on the
time; the thin client is capable of synchronizing its clock to time provided by a Simple Network Time
Protocol (SNTP) server.
Using the Shortcut Menu
To use the Shortcut Menu:
1. Log in as Administrator.
2. Right-click on your desktop
The Shortcut Menu is displayed.
3. On the Shortcut Menu, you are able to view and use the following options:
a. Administrator Mode — Allows administrators to configure various settings locally on thin client.
b. Hide all windows — Brings the full desktop to the foreground.
c. Copy to clipboard — Copies an image of the full screen, current window or event log to the
clipboard. The clipboard contents can then be pasted to an ICA or an RDP session.
d. Purge clipboard — Discards the contents of the clipboard in order to free up memory.
e. Lock Terminal — Puts the thin client in a locked state if the user has signed on to the system with
a password. The thin client can only be unlocked using the same password.
f. Group Sessions — Enables you to open more than three ICA or three RDP or three ICA seamless
sessions. The sessions are displayed as a group on the taskbar
Using the Desktop Menu
To use the desktop menu:
1. Click your Desktop or click your User Name.
User Name is the user who is logged-on and is at the bottom-left side of the taskbar.
The desktop menu is displayed.
2. On the desktop menu, you are able to view and use the following options:
a. System Setup — Provides access to the following local system setup dialog boxes:
•Network Setup — Allows selection of DHCP or manual entry of network settings, as well as
entry of locations of servers essential to thin client operation. This menu selection is disabled
for Low-privileged users. See Configuring the Network Settings.
•Remote Connections — Allows you to configure thin client network connections including
ICA, RDP, Citrix Xen, VMware View and other broker server connections. For more
information, see Configuring the Remote Connections.
•Central Configuration — Allows you to configure thin client central connection settings such
as file server and optional WDM server settings. For more information, see Configuring the
•VPN Manager — Allows you to configure thin client VPN manager. For more information, see
Configuring the VPN Manager.
•System Preference — Allows user selection of thin client parameters that are matter of
personal preference. For more information, see Configuring the System Preferences