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The thin client device comes enabled with UEFI and Secure Boot. Due to this feature, you cannot boot
from USB keys unless you enter the BIOS, disable Secure Boot, change the boot mode to Legacy, and
enable the Boot from USB option.
Booting from a DOS USB Key
To boot from a DOS USB Key:
1. Enter the BIOS Settings. For more information, see Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings.
2. Set the Secure Boot to DISABLED.
3. Set the Boot Mode to LEGACY.
4. Set the Boot from USB to ENABLED.
5. Save the changes and exit.
6. From the Pop-Up Menu, select your USB stick and Boot as NORMAL.
NOTE: WIE 10 x64 does not boot when Boot Mode is set to LEGACY. Ignore if you notice Boot
Mode is BOTH. UEFI with the Legacy mode video driver should be used with WES7 x64.
Otherwise, administrators should only use LEGACY or UEFI.
Booting from a UEFI USB Key
To boot from a UEFI USB key:
1. Enter the BIOS settings. To set the BIOS Settings, see Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings.
2. Set the Secure Boot to DISABLED.
3. Set the Boot from USB to ENABLED.
4. Save the changes and Exit.
5. In the Pop-up Menu, select USB Stick and Boot as NORMAL.
NOTE: WIE10 x64 boots if Secure Boot is set to DISABLED. However for security purposes, this
is not recommended.
Creating a Boot disk UEFI USB Key
1. Obtain a UEFI shell executable. You can download the unsigned reference shell from: Sourceforge
Download Center.
2. Save the file as: bootx64.efi
3. Format the USB Stick with FAT 32
4. In the USB Key, create the directory: \efi\boot
5. Copy the file bootx64.efi to the directory \efi\boot on the USB Key.
WDM Software for Remote Administration
WDM software enables you to configure, monitor and manage Dell Wyse endpoint devices.
WDM provides the following important features:
Remote shadow
• Reboot
• Shutdown
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