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Wyse 5070 thin client conguration on ThinOS
This section provides the instructions on how to easily congure and eciently manage Wyse 5070 thin client that runs on ThinOS. .
Topics:
• Introduction
Conguring ThinOS using the First Boot Wizard
Logging on to the Wyse 5070 thin client running Wyse ThinOS
Local settings menu
Conguring the printer settings
Introduction
Thin clients running Dell Wyse ThinOS rmware are designed solely for optimal thin client security and performance. These ecient
purpose-built thin clients are virus and malware resistant, and oer ultrafast access to applications, les and network resources within
Citrix, Microsoft, VMware and Dell vWorkspace environments, and other leading infrastructures. ThinOS based thin clients are self-
managed, go from power-on to fully productive in seconds, and with no published API, locally accessible le system or browser, require no
local McAfee Anti-Virus software or rewall to protect against viruses or malware.
Conguring ThinOS using the First Boot Wizard
The First Boot Wizard runs the rst time you start a new thin client with the ThinOS version 8.5. The thin client starts the First Boot
Wizard application before you enter the ThinOS system desktop, and allows you to perform a set of tasks, such as, conguring system
preferences, setting up the internet connectivity, loading USB congurations, conguring management software, and conguring broker
connections.
If you are an existing thin client user, and you have upgraded to the ThinOS version 8.5, then you can reset your thin client to factory
default settings to enter the First Boot Wizard.
The First Boot Wizard runs the rst time you start a new thin client with the ThinOS version 8.5.1. The thin client starts the First Boot
Wizard application before you enter the ThinOS system desktop, and allows you to perform a set of tasks, such as, conguring system
preferences, setting up the internet connectivity, loading USB congurations, conguring management software, and conguring broker
connections.
You can also reset your thin client to factory default settings to enter the First Boot Wizard.
To congure the First Boot Wizard:
1 Connect a new thin client or existing thin client to the Ethernet using a wired connection. The existing thin client must be reset to
factory default settings to enter the First Boot Wizard.
2 Turn on your thin client.
The thin client checks for a wired network connection. If the network connection is successful, a welcome screen with the model
name of your thin client is displayed.
The thin client validates the IP address from DHCP. If the DHCP contains the le server or the Wyse Device Manager or Wyse
Management Suite congurations, then the ThinOS system desktop is loaded without entering the First Boot Wizard. If the DHCP
validation fails or if you have not connected to Ethernet, then follow the next step.
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