Filter (UWF) before you change a password on the thin client, and then enable UWF after your change. To change the password, press Ctrl
+Alt+Delete, and then click Change a password. However, this feature is not applicable for User accounts.
CAUTION: Please follow proper write lter and Windows Page File usage instructions at all times. Such instructions include making
sure that the write lter is enabled during regular use and is disabled only temporarily by an administrator when required for image
upgrades, applying security patches, registry changes and application installation. The write lter should be re-enabled as soon as such
tasks are completed. Such instructions further include never enabling the Windows Page File feature during regular use of the thin
Any operation of a Dell Wyse Windows Embedded Thin Client with the write lter turned o during regular use and/or with the
Windows Page le enabled will prematurely wear out your Flash/SSD storage, decrease performance and decrease the lifespan of the
Dell is not responsible for, and will not, warrant, support, repair or replace any thin client device or component that fails to operate
properly due to a failure to follow these instructions.
When you start the thin client, you will automatically log in to the user desktop by default.
NOTE: The Windows icon on the taskbar is the start menu button.
To log in as a dierent user or administrator:
1 Go to Start > User icon > Sign Out to log out from the current desktop.
2 Click anywhere on the lock screen to view the login window.
3 You can view the user accounts list on the screen. Click the preferred user account and then enter the login credentials.
Administrators—The default user name is Admin and the default case-sensitive password is DellCCCvdi.
Users—The default user name is User and default case-sensitive password is DellCCCvdi.
Customized User—Log in to your thin client by entering the user credentials which you have set for the customized user
If automatic login is not enabled, the login window displays when you boot the thin client device. You can log in using the options mentioned
in step 2 and step 3.
Enabling auto logon
Automatic logon to a user desktop is enabled by default on the thin client device. To enable or disable auto logon, and to change the default
user name, password, and domain for a thin client, use the auto logon feature.
To enable/disable auto logon:
1 Log in as an administrator.
2 Go to Start > Dell Thin Client Application.
The Dell Thin Client Application window is displayed.
3 On the left navigation bar, click Auto Logon.
4 To start with the admin logon page, enter Admin in the Default User Name eld.
NOTE: By default, the Enable Auto Logon check box is selected.
5 If you want to start with the Logon window with default administrator and user selections and other accounts, clear the Enable Auto
Logon check box.
CAUTION: To permanently save the information, disable/enable the Unied Write Filter (UWF). For more information, see
Before Conguring your thin clients.
32 Wyse 5070 thin client on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
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