• File Commit area includes:
–File Path — Allows you to add, remove and commit files to the underlying media. The system will
not restart the thin client device. The changes are committed immediately.
Tip: Delete a file path from the list, if the file is not committed.
• Current Session Exclusion List area includes:
–File/Directory Path —
Allows you to add and remove a file or directory, to or from the exclusion list for the next session.
This retrieves the list of files or directories that are written through in the current session and the
title of the pane is shown as Current Session Exclusion List. The Next Session retrieves the list of
files or directories that are written through for the next session and the title of the pane is shown
as Next Session Exclusion List. The system will not restart the thin client and the changes are not
committed until an administrator restarts the thin client device manually.
Understanding the NetXClean Utility
NetXClean keeps extraneous information from being stored in disk. NetXClean clean-up is triggered by
either a service startup or a user log off. It runs in the background and performs the clean-up invisibly and
no user input is necessary.
NetXClean prevents unwanted or trash files from building up and filling the free space in the disk. The
NetXClean utility is particularly important when multiple users have log-on rights to an thin client, as disk
space can be quickly used by locally stored profiles and temporary caching of information.
NetXClean Tweak UI functions includes clearing:
• Run history at log-on
• Document history at log-on
• Find Files history at log-on
• Find Computer history at log-on
• Internet Explorer history at log-on
• Selected Items Now
• Last User at log-on
NetXClean purges selected directories, files, and profiles. It uses a configuration file to determine which
directories and files to purge and what not to purge. To select different directories and files to purge, you
must select them in the configuration file.
NOTE: NetXClean purge selections are made by the manufacturer and should not be changed
without manufacturer supervision.
Regardless of the configuration file selections, NetXClean does not clean any of the following directories
or their parent directories:
• Windows directory
• Windows System subdirectory
• Current directory in which the service is installed
NetXClean does not delete the following profiles: