• All Users
• Default User
• The profile of the last user who logged on
NOTE: NetXClean Utility does not have any dependency on Unified Write Filter (UWF).
NetXClean Utility work flow across multiple User Profiles
NetXClean Utility helps you to clean-up the user profiles when you have multiple user profiles configured
on your system. This is applicable in scenarios where you log in and log off from your user profiles. A
typical user scenario is as follows:
1. Log in as an Admin.
2. In netxclean.ini, specify the profile specific values which you want the NetXClean Utility to
These values are considered by NetXClean Utility after you log off and log in to your user profiles.
If you restart or perform a hard reboot of your system, the profile specific values are not considered
because the NetXClean Utility feature on User Profiles is not applicable across reboots.
Saving Files and Using Local Drives
Administrators need to know the following information about local drives and saving files.
Thin clients use an embedded operating system with a fixed amount of disk space. It is recommended
that you save files you want to keep on a server rather than on an thin client.
CAUTION: Be careful of application settings that write to the C drive, which resides in disk space
in particular, those applications which by default write cache files to the C drive on the local
system. If you must write to a local drive, change the application settings to use the Z drive. The
default configuration settings mentioned in Managing Users and Groups with User Accounts
minimize writing to the C drive for factory-installed applications.
Drive Z is the on-board volatile memory (Dell Wyse RAM Disk) of the thin client. It is recommended that
you do not use this drive to save data that you want to retain.
For RAM Disk configuration information, see Configuring RAMDisk Size.
For information about using the Z drive with roaming profiles, see Participating in Domains.
Drive C is the on-board non-volatile flash memory. We recommend that you avoid writing to drive C.
Writing to drive C reduces the free disk space. If the free disk space on C drive is reduced under 3 MB, the
thin client will become unstable.