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Managing User Accounts
To manage users and groups, use the User Accounts window.
To open the User Accounts window:
1. Log in as an Admin.
2. On the Start menu, click All appsControl PanelUser Accounts.
For more information on using the User Accounts window, see Managing Users and Groups with
User Accounts.
Applying Configuration Files using WCM Client
You can use the WCM Client to apply configuration files created by Dell Wyse Configuration Manager
(WCM), to the thin client.
To open the WCM window:
1. Log in as an Admin.
2. On the Start menu, click all appsControl PanelWCM
The WCM window is displayed. WCM provides a simple solution to create and apply configuration
files to thin clients. For more information on using WCM, see Administrators Guide: Wyse
Configuration Manager. The WCM Administrator’s guide is available on the Dell Wyse Support Site.
Using WDM Software for Remote Administration
Dell Wyse Device Manager (WDM) software is the premier enterprise solution for managing Dell Wyse thin
and zero clients simply, remotely, and securely. To configure the WDM server location and thin client
settings, use the WDM Properties dialog box.
To open WDM properties dialog box:
1. Log in as an Admin.
2. On the Start menu, click All appsControl PanelWDM.
The WDM Properties dialog box is displayed.
a. Configure the Server settings:
Type the IP Address or Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the WDM server.
to use, enter the Port. The default is 80.
If you are using HTTPS, enter the Secure Port to use. The default is 443(Optional).
b. Configure the Client settings:
To connect to the WDM server after a failed attempt, enter the Server Connection Retry
Attempts that is the number of attempts.
To connect to the WDM server after a failed attempt, enter the Interval Between Retry
Attempts that is the number of seconds between attempts.
c. Configure the Discovery settings:
Select the Use all configured automatic discovery methods check box if you want to enable
all of the following methods — they are used if they are configured. For more information on
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