Admin Mode — Click the Admin Mode button to configure various settings locally on the thin client
other than broker desktop configurations. For example, you can choose to manually configure the
Citrix Xen Broker Server URL or override the URL that is centrally defined by file servers by using the
Remote Connections dialog box as described in Remote Connections.
Classic Desktop — Use the Leave Administrator Mode option in the Shutdown dialog box.
Zero Desktop — Use the Leave Administrator Mode option in the Shutdown dialog box, or use the
Leave Administrator Mode icon (X) in the upper-right pane of the System Settings menu.
NOTE: By default the Admin Mode button is not displayed on the log on dialog box. You can
display it by selecting the Show local admin button check box in the Shutdown dialog box, see
Signing Off and Shutting Down.
By default there is no password needed for Admin Mode button use. You can password protect
the Admin Mode button (to require login credentials) by using the AdminMode parameter in a
wnos.ini file, see Dell Wyse ThinOS INI Guide.
Shutdown — Click the Shutdown button to open and use the Shutdown dialog box to sign off, shut
down, restart, reset the system setting to factory defaults, and so on. For information, see Signing Off
and Shutting Down.
Account Self-Service — Click the Account Self-Service icon shown when configured using the
AccountSelfService option of the PasswordServer INI parameter to open and use the Account Self-
Service dialog box to change or reset your own password and unlock your account. For information
on INI parameter, see Dell Wyse ThinOS INI Guide.
This process assumes that the security questions and answers have been pre-registered by the user inside
of their Windows environment. Users must use HTTPS (not HTTP) for an account self-service server
address such as https://IPAddress, in the Broker Setup tab. For more information, see Configuring the
Remote Connections. After answering the security questions, your new password will be set or your
account will be unlocked.
Accessing System Information
Use the System Information dialog box to view system information.
Classic Desktop — Click System Information from the desktop menu.
Zero Desktop — Click the System Information icon on the zero toolbar.
The System Information dialog box includes:
General Tab — Displays general information such as System Version, Serial Number, Memory Size
(Total and Free), CPU Speed, ROM Size, Monitor, Parallel ports, Terminal Name, Boot from, Memory
speed, SSD size, Resolution and Serial ports.
Copyright Tab — Displays the software copyright and patent notices.
Event Log Tab — Displays the thin client start-up steps normally beginning from System Version to
Checking Firmware or error Messages that are helpful for debugging problems. The details about the
monitors connected to the thin client are also displayed.
Status Tab — Displays status information about TCP performance related parameters, UDP
performance related parameters, CPU Busy, System Up Time, CCM status, Free Memory, Active
sessions, and WDM status.
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