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NOTE:
To connect to the printer, you add the printer to the thin client device by using the Add Printer wizard.
For more information, see Adding Printers.
If you want to connect to an external device, you add the device to the thin client device. For more
information, see Adding Devices.
Connecting to a Monitor
Depending on your thin client device model, with proper monitor cables, splitters or adapters you can
connect to a monitor using the following:
A VGA (analog) monitor port
A DVI (digital) monitor port
A Display(digital) port
If your thin client device supports dual-monitors, then you can use the DVI monitor port along with the
DVI/VGA splitter. In this case, the VGA monitor becomes the primary monitor. If you are using a
DisplayPort, the monitor attached to the DisplayPort becomes the primary monitor.
For more information on configuring a dual monitor display, see Configuring Dual Monitor Display.
Power State
You can change the power state options of the thin client device by following the steps mentioned here:
1. On the taskbar, click the Start button.
2. Click Power on the start menu, and select any of the options:
Sleep– This mode uses little power, your thin client device starts up faster.
Shut down– Preferred for orderly closing of the operating system.
Restart–The thin client device is turned off and turned on instantly.
You can also use the power state options by pressing the ALT+F4 key combination, and then
selecting your preferred option from the drop-down list.
NOTE: If automatic logon is enabled, the thin client will immediately log on to the default user
desktop.
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