To maintain your thin client device environment, you can perform local and remote system
administration tasks. The tasks include:
•Restoring Default BIOS Settings
•Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings
•Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UFEI) and Secure Boot
•WDM Software for Remote Administration
•Configuring and Using Peripherals
•Using Tight VNC (Sever and Viewer) to Shadow a Thin Client
Restoring BIOS Default Settings
To restore the default settings on the thin client device, you can use the Basic Input Output System
(BIOS) to restore values for all the items in the BIOS setup utility. For more information, see Accessing
Thin Client BIOS Settings.
Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings
While starting a thin-client, a Wyse logo is displayed for a short period.
1. During the start-up, press the Del key.
The BIOS Settings dialog box is displayed.
2. When prompted, enter Fireport as the password.
3. Change the BIOS Settings as required.
Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) and Secure
Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is a standard firmware interface designed to improve
software interoperability and address limitations of BIOS. UEFI is designed to replace Basic Input Output
Secure Boot is a feature on UEFI- based clients that helps increase the security of a client by preventing
unauthorized software from running on a client during the boot sequence. It checks whether each
software has a valid signature, including the operating system (OS) that is being loaded during booting.