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Display — Allows you to configure the monitor resolution and refresh rate. For more
information, see Configuring the Display Settings.
Peripherals — Allows you to select the peripherals settings such as keyboard, mouse, volume
and touch screen settings. For more information, see Configuring the Peripherals Settings.
Printer — Allows configuration of network printers and local printers that are connected to
the thin client. For more information, see Configuring the Printer Settings.
b. System Information — Provides thin client system information. See Accessing System
Information.
c. System Tools — Opens a submenu from which the wnos.ini and user.ini windows can be opened
to view the contents of the files. See System Tools.
d. Trouble shooting Options — Displays Performance Monitor graphs that display client CPU,
Memory and Networking information and trace route response messages. For more information,
See Using the Trouble Shooting Options and System Tools
e. Applications — Contains a submenu of all locally configured applications and is populated with
published applications when a user is signed on using either PNLite or PNAgent.
f. Shutdown — Opens the Sign-off/Shutdown/Shutdown/Restart the System dialog box. See
Signing Off and Shutting Down
Using the Connection Manager
To use the Connection Manager:
1. Click Connect Manager on the Taskbar.
The Connect Manager has a list of connection entries and a set of command buttons available for
use with the connections.
Non-privileged users cannot view the Connect Manager.
The Connection Manager dialog box is displayed.
2. In the Connection Manager dialog box, use the following buttons to configure the Connection
Manager settings:
a. Click Connect to select a connection from the list and make a connection.
b. Click New to open the Connection Settings dialog box either directly or through the Connection
Protocol menu selection for creating a new connection definition.
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