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For more information on the Connection Settings dialog box, refer to Advanced Details on
Configuring ICA and RDP Connections.
The new locally defined connections are added to the connection list. Be aware of the following
information:
High-privileged user — Typically, all locally defined connection definitions are temporary and
are lost when the user logs off and when the thin client restarts or is shut down. However, if
configured by an administrator (enablelocal=yes), locally defined connection definitions can
be saved in these cases.
Stand-alone user — Locally defined connections are retained when the thin client restarts or
is shut down and there is no individual logon. Network configuration settings must be made
locally.
c. Click Properties to open the Connection Settings dialog box for the selected connection
For more information on the Connection Settings dialog box, refer to Advanced Details on
Configuring ICA and RDP Connections.
Be aware of the following information:
High-privileged user — Can view and edit the definitions for the currently selected
connection. Edits are not permanently retained when the user signs-off.
Low-privileged user — Cannot create or edit connections, but can view connection
definitions.
Stand-alone user — Can permanently modify the persistent connections except when
PNAgent/PNLite services are used.
d. Click Sign-off to sign off from the thin client.
e. Select a connection from the list, and click delete to delete the selected connection.
f. Select a Virtual connection from the list, and click Reset VM to reset a selected virtual
connection.
g. Click Global Connection Settings tab to open and use the Global Connection Settings dialog
box to configure settings that affect all of the connections in the list.
For more information on the Global Connection Settings dialog box, refer to Global Connection
Settings.
Login Dialog Box Features
While the Login dialog box allows you to log on to the server, it also allows you to:
Obtain system information.
Access Admin Mode to configure thin client settings.
Change or reset your own password and unlock your account.
Open the Shutdown dialog box by using CTRL+ALT+DELETE.
In the Login dialog Box, use the following guidelines:
System Information— Click the Sys Info button to open the System Information dialog box. You can
view the thin client system information such as System Version, IP Address, information on devices
connected to your thin client, event logs and so on. For more information, see Accessing System
Information.
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