Conguring the display setup
Use the Display Setup dialog box to congure the display settings for the connected monitors.
To congure the display setup:
1 From the desktop menu, click System Setup, and then click Display.
The Display Setup dialog box is displayed.
2 In the Display Setup dialog box, congure the following options:
Mirror mode—Select the Mirror mode check box to enable all connected monitors to use the same display settings congured on
the primary monitor.
The following screen represents the Mirror mode conguration.
If you clear the Mirror mode check box, the Span Mode is enabled. The following screen represents the span mode conguration.
Blocks displayed on the screen represent the number of monitor screens connected to thin client. Each block represents a single
monitor screen.
Every monitor contains a unique display order number and display conguration. To construct a new display layout, move the
blocks to your preferred position, and click Apply. A new display layout is created. However, the system sets the block to its default
position if the block is moved to an incorrect position.
NOTE: Wyse 5070 thin client supports up to six monitors.
Main screen—Select the Main screen check box to set the monitor as primary monitor or main screen. To set a monitor as main
screen, click the monitor block, and select the Main screen check box. After you set the monitor as main screen, the monitor block
is highlighted with an underline, and the Main screen option is disabled for that monitor block. The Main screen option is available
for other monitor blocks.
NOTE: Main screen option is eective only in Span Mode and always disabled in Mirror Mode.
Resolution—From the Resolution drop-down list, select a display resolution supported by your monitor.
In Mirror Mode, the resolution list is derived from the intersection of resolutions in all connected monitors.
In Span Mode, select a monitor block and change its resolution from the Resolution drop-down list.
Rotation—From the Rotation drop-down list, select an option to rotate the monitor screen in dierent directions—Left turn 90
degrees or Right turn 90 degrees. By default, the option is set to None.
3 Click Apply.
The new display settings are applied, and you can see the modied display.
4 Click OK to conrm the new settings.
NOTE: Use the Identify option, to know the display order number of the connected monitors.
Conguring the LPD settings
1 From the desktop menu, click System Setup, and then click Printer.
The Printer Setup dialog box is displayed.
2 Click the LPDs tab, and use the following guidelines when printing to a non-Windows network printer:
NOTE: Be sure to check with your vendor that the printer can accept from Line Printer Request.
aSelect LPD —Select the required port from the list.
bPrinter Name —(Required) Enter the name of the printer that is displayed on the Windows printer driver.
cPrinter Identication—Enter the name of the printer exactly as it appears on the Windows printer driver.
In an MS Windows system, this name is either the device driver name of the printer or a key to map the printer to the device
driver. The name will be defaulted to the printer-supplied identication for standard direct-connected USB printers or Generic /
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