Getting Started 5
Step 2: Set Up Your Input Devices and Accept the License Agreement
1. Activate your Bluetooth keyboard and mouse in connect mode, press the Bluetooth
pairing button, and then follow the on-screen steps to complete the Bluetooth
setup for your Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
IMPORTANT: Use your keyboard arrow keys to select the OK button when pairing
2. Once your input devices are set up, you can accept the license agreement.
•Using a Non-Bluetooth Mouse and Keyboard - You can also plug a USB keyboard
and mouse into the Mini USB 2.0 host port on Cloud Connect using a Mini USB male
to USB Type-A female adapter or cable (purchased separately).
•Using a Touch Screen Monitor - You can also connect to the Upstream USB port
on a touch screen monitor using the Upstream USB cable (normally included with
touch screen monitors) by using a Mini USB male to USB Type-A female adapter or
cable (purchased separately) to connect to the Mini USB 2.0 host port on Cloud
Step 3: Set Up Wi-Fi and Select the Time Zone
1. Select a connection, enter the required user credentials provided to you by your
network administrator, and then click Connect.
2. Once your Wi-Fi is set up, you must select the Time Zone you want.
•Supported Wi-Fi Networks Include: Open, WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK, WPA/WPA2
•Supported VPN Connections Include: Dell SonicWALL VPN.
•Connecting to Wi-Fi Manually: You can use the Other Network link on the bottom
left of the screen to manually enter available Wi-Fi connections.
•Using the Wi-Fi Protected Setup Feature: Click the three white dots in the top right
of the screen, click the Automatic Setup (WPS) button, and then follow the wizard—
be sure to press the Wi-Fi Protected Setup button on your router.
•Learning Your Wi-Fi Capabilities: Consult with your network administrator to learn
to use your Cloud Connect’s dual band wireless networking capabilities to activate
and connect to any wireless local area network (WLAN) compatible with IEEE 802.11
Step 4: Set Up Cloud Client Manager (CCM)
1. Enter your CCM account user credentials provided to you by your CCM
2. Click Sign In.
IMPORTANT: The initial release of Cloud Connect is designed to work in coordination
with CCM in a corporate environment. Be sure CCM is set up and ready for Cloud
Connect devices before starting the Cloud Connect setup.
For essential steps to help administrators quickly understand and set up a CCM
environment for Cloud Connect devices, see "Quick Setup: Get Your Devices Under
For full details on using CCM, see the CCM documentation.