• Internet Explorer has internet option settings that are preselected at the factory to limit writing
to disk. These settings prevent exhaustion of the limited amount of disk space available and you
should not modify these settings.
• The protected mode status of the internet Explorer is Off. This is because User Access Control
(UAC) is enabled by default. However, UAC notifies you before changes are made to your client,
that you require administrator-level permission. The Unified Write Filter (UWF) contained in the
build continues to protect your system. For more information, see Before Configuring your thin
• Internet Explorer (IE) cache settings are 100 MB. Temporary internet files, cache, history
locations are set to drive C instead of drive Z to support IE 11 completely.
Using the Dell Thin Client Application
Use the Dell Thin Client Application to view the general information about the thin client device, Custom
fields, RAM Disk, Auto Logon, System Shortcuts, and Support information.
To access the Dell Thin Client Application page:
On the Admin/User desktop, click Start menu → All Apps → Dell Thin Client Application to open the
page. You can also access the Dell Thin Client Application by clicking the Dell Thin Client Application
icon on the desktop.
In the left navigation bar, click the following tabs:
•Client Information— Displays the following thin client device information.
– Under the Product Info category, the following attributes are listed:
* Product Name
* Product ID
* Model Name
* Product Version
* Windows Embedded Version
* Hardware Rev
* OS Name
* Serial Number
* Localized Language
* Product Activation Status
– Under the CPU category, the following attributes are listed: