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NOTE: To exit the First Boot Wizard during the network connection status check on the welcome screen, press the Ctrl +
Esc key.
3 On the Would you like to load a ThinOS conguration le from USB? screen, do either of the following:
To load a ThinOS conguration le from the USB drive, ensure that you create a wnos.ini le and add the le to the /wnos
directory on the USB drive. Using this option, you can load packages, and wallpapers that are specied in the INI le. Plug in the
USB drive to thin client, and click Yes.
NOTE: Only FAT, FAT32, and ExFAT le systems on the USB disk are supported. NTFS le system is not
supported.
The thin client validates the conguration le in the USB drive.
If the ThinOS conguration le in the USB drive is correct, the Read conguration success message is displayed. Click OK to
exit the First Boot Wizard, and log in to the ThinOS system desktop.
If the ThinOS conguration le in the USB drive is corrupted or the appropriate le is not available, then the Cannot nd
conguration les, or read conguration failure message is displayed. Upload the correct le on the USB drive, plug the USB
drive again, and then click Retry. If the le is correct, the Read conguration success message is displayed. Click OK to exit
the First Boot Wizard, and log in to the ThinOS system desktop.
If you do not want to use the Retry option to load the ThinOS conguration le, then click Abort to enter the System
Preferences conguration setup.
NOTE: To exit the Cannot nd conguration les, or read conguration failure message screen, and load the
ThinOS system desktop, click Exit.
To enter the System Preferences conguration setup, click No.
4 On the System Preferences Conguration screen, congure the following options:
Locale—Select a language to start ThinOS in the regional specic language.
Keyboard Layout—Select a keyboard layout to set the keyboard layout in the regional specic language.
Time Zone—Select a time zone to set the time zone for your thin client.
Time Server—Displays the IP addresses or host names with optional port number of time servers.
Advanced—Click Advanced to congure settings, such as daylight saving, time format, date format, and time servers.
NOTE: To exit the System Preferences Conguration screen, and load the ThinOS system desktop, click
Exit.
If you are not connected to Ethernet, you cannot continue with the setup, and the Attach the Ethernet cable screen is displayed. Do
either of the following:
Connect the Ethernet cable to the thin client.
Click Dene a wireless connection. From the list, select a wireless network, and click Connect.
NOTE:
The option to dene a wireless connection is not available on thin clients without a WLAN module.
To exit the Attach the Ethernet cable screen, and load the ThinOS system desktop, click Exit.
After the connection is established, 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. If the DHCP validation
fails, or the network connection fails, then the Management Conguration screen is displayed. Follow steps 6–9.
5 Click Next to enter the Management Conguration setup.
6 On the Management Conguration screen, congure the following:
File Server—Enter the le server details to apply congurations including INI les, rmware, packages, and so on, from a le
server.
WMS—Enter the group registration key and the Wyse Management Suite server URL to register the thin client to the Wyse
Management Suite.
WDM—Enter the IP addresses or host names.
Disable SSL warning—Select this check box to disable the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) connection warnings.
Certicates Manager—Click Certicates Manager to import or request a certicate.
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