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Release Notes

Wyse ThinOS
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Release 7.1 Build 122 (Also Includes Builds 111 and 033)

Issue: 042012 Rev. A General Release

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Contents
Copyright Notices ii About this Guide ii Finding the Information You Need in this Guide Wyse Technical Support ii Wyse Online Community ii ii

Release 7.1 Build 122 1


New Features 1 Fixes 10 Build Details 14 C10LE 14 R10L 14 S10 14 T10 15 V10LE 15 Platform Support 16 Software Compatibility 16 Supported Codecs 16 Tested Peripherals 17 Smart Card Support 20

Release 7.1 Build 111 (T10 Product Release) 21


New Features 21 Known Issues 22 Build Details 23 Platform Support 24 Software Compatibility 24 Supported Codecs 24 Tested Peripherals 25 Wyse TCX Multimedia (MMR) Test Results Smart Card Support 26 Resolution Support 27

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Release 7.1 Build 033 29


Fixes 29 New Features 30 Known Issues 44 Additional Notes and Reminders Software Information 46 Build Details 46 C10LE 46 R10L 48 S10 50 V10LE 52

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Contents

BIOS Details 54 C10LE 54 R10L 54 S10 54 V10LE 55 Supported Platforms 56 Software Compatibility 56 Supported Codecs 56 Tested Peripherals 57 Supported Resolutions 59

Tables 61

Release 7.1 Build 122


This section contains: "New Features" "Fixes" "Build Details" "Platform Support" "Smart Card Support"

New Features
WDM Discovery Settings

DNS Name Record - (Dynamic Discovery) Allows devices to use the DNS Hostname lookup method to discover a WDM Server. DNS SRV Record - (Dynamic Discovery) Allows devices to use the DNS SRV record lookup method to discover a WDM Server. DHCP Option Tags - (Dynamic Discovery) Allows devices to use DHCP option tags to discover a WDM Server. Manual Discovery in Management Console - (Manual Discovery from Wyse Device Manager) If no Dynamic Discovery method is used, you can use the Find Devices dialog box to discover devices from WDM (WDM Agents will respond to the server discovery by storing the discovered Web Server IP address and port and begin regular check-ins). Enable Automatic Discovery After Missed Check-ins - Select the number of missed check-ins after which you want the autodiscovery options enabled.

IMPORTANT: Due to this additional security feature, the default behavior of ThinOS has changed. By default, ThinOS will now search for the WDM server upon initial boot-up. However, administrators and high privilege users can modify this process according to your needs as follows: 1 - You can disable the WDM discovery feature entirely (for example, if you are not

Chapter 1 using WDM) by entering the following parameter entry into your wnos.ini file: RapportDisable=yes 2 - You can enable/disable the following two options in your wnos.ini file: DnsLookup=no DhcpInform=no 3 - You can manually disable any/all of the discovery features using the ThinOS GUI (uncheck any/all of the check box options in the WDM tab of the Central Configuration dialog box System Settings icon > Central Configuration). 4 - You can select which discovery features you want to use from the WDM Console (see WDM documentation) and the client will then enable/disable based upon the WDM server selections. Additionally due to this security feature, ThinOS will honor only supported realtime commands from WDM v4.9.1 or later. CMOS Central Management CMOS Central Management (CCM) allows ThinOS administrators to easily manage BIOS settings for large deployments of thin clients using central configuration methodologies. For details on this feature, see Administrators Guide: Wyse ThinOSTM. This feature works for IEEE802.1x Authentication EAP-TLS and EAP-PEAP. For EAP-TLS, Validate Server Certificate is mandatory (be sure the check box is selected/checked), that means end user must have a root certificate. But for EAP-PEAP, Validate Server Certificate is optional. The server certificate text field supports a maximum of approximately 127 characters, and supports multiple server names. The following kinds of server names are supported (all examples are based on Cert Common name is "company.wyse.com"): company.wyse.com *.wyse.com *wyse.com *.com *

Wild Card Certificates

Release 7.1 Build 122 VMware View Client Security Updates

The VMware View Client provides three security modes that govern verifying the identity of the servers to which it connects: Warn on View (default), Full Security, and No Security. Use the Remote Connections dialog box (System Settings icon > Remote Connections > select VMware View) to configure the Security Mode you want. NOTES: It is recommended to use Warn on View (default) if the server certificate is self-signed. It is recommended to use Full Security if the server certificate is issued by a Certificate Authority (CA). Smartcard logon is not supported if the server certificate is issued by a CA (no matter which Security Mode you select). Smartcard logon is supported for Warn on View (default) and No Security modes if the server certificate is self-signed. For information on changing self-signed certificates to CA issued certificate, see http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/ search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1008705.

Chapter 1 The following table provides details on VMware View Security Error handling results based on different configuration options. Table 1 VMware View Security Error Handling Results Configuration FQDN FQDN + root cert IP + root cert FQDN without root cert FQDN + expired root cert and server cert FQDN + expired server cert Revoked cert Key Usage Action Cannot Continue Can Access Cannot Continue Cannot Continue Cannot Continue Cannot Continue Not Supported Select a certificate and click the View Certificate command button to check. Can Continue The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The host name in the certificate is invalid or does not match. The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The supplied certificate is invalid. The host name in the certificate is invalid or does not match. The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The supplied certificate is invalid. The supplied certificate is invalid. The host name in the certificate is invalid or does not match. The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect. The supplied certificate is invalid. The supplied certificate is invalid. Details The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect.

Security Mode Full Security

Warn on View default

IP

FQDN FQDN + expired server cert IP + root cert FQDN + expired root cert and server cert FQDN + expired server cert

Can Continue Cannot Continue Cannot Continue Cannot Continue Can Continue

Release 7.1 Build 122 Wyse Virtual Desktop Accelerator 2.0 Support

Wyse Virtual Desktop Accelerator (VDA) is a software product that, when used with Wyse thin clients and supported PCs, provides an accelerated user experience on remote desktop sessions with high round-trip delay between the server and client. By accelerating the remote desktop protocols by a factor of up to three times on certain networks, a Wyse VDA session with a server located thousands of miles from your client feels similar to a non-accelerated session with a server located just a few hundred miles from your client. Built for use on high-bandwidth high-latency networks that are prone to packet loss situations, primary use cases for Wyse VDA include: Datacenter Consolidation Desktop Cloud Computing Remote Off-Shore Desktop Computing

Table 2

Additional INI Support

New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) Description of new


IgnoreProfile Set "IgnoreProfile=yes" to disable parsing the global setting from the VDI broker. It is only valid in the case of ConnectionBroker=default. SecurityMode SecurityMode specifies the security mode for the VMware broker. It is only valid in the case of ConnectionBroker=VMware, as follows:

Parameters and Options


ConnectionBroker= has the following new options: [IgnoreProfile={no, yes}] [SecurityMode={None,Warning,Full}]

Set SecurityMode=Full to have the View Client verify the server's certificate in highest security mode; if any relevant checks error, it will fail to connect to the server. Set SecurityMode=Warning to have the View Client allow connection continuation in the following two specific exceptions where Full verification would fail: (1) Certificate is self-signed. (2) Certificate has an invalid time.

Set SecurityMode=None to have the View Client allow connection without any certificate verification.

CustomInfo={yes, no} [Custom1=custom1_str] [Custom2=custom2_str] [Custom3=custom3_str] [Location=location_str] [Contact=contact_str]

Yes no option to configure/store custom information. If CustomInfo=yes, the custom information configured by the following options will be stored into NVRAM. If CustomInfo=no, the custom information in NVRAM will be cleared. For example: CustomInfo=yes custom1=11 custom2=2 custom3=3 location=wyse contact=peter

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Table 2

Chapter 1 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold), Continued Description of new
Device=audio options in Table 6 "Peripheral Settings: wnos.ini files and {username}.ini Files" updated to include: min_cache to configure the ThinOS audio playback minimum buffering amount (in ten millisecond units). "min_cache" can be used when network bandwidth is not large enough to play audio smoothly. In such cases, set "min_cache" higher, so that ThinOS will buffer more audio data before playing the audio. Extract For extract action, CMOS content is saved to the file: $PF_cmos.$VER ($PF - Is the name of the platform, including VL10, C10, and R10) ($VER - Is the version of the BIOS, such as 1.0B_SPC001(1.0B_SPC001-0407), 1.0B-0407(Zilch), 1.0H_SPC-0T51(R10, R00), 1.19R(VL10)) With a Wyse ThinOS log: "CMOS: extract to $PF_cmos.$VER" Restore For restore action, CMOS content is updated from the file: $PF_cmos.$VER With a Wyse ThinOS log: "CMOS: restore from $PF_cmos.$VER" When using this feature, there should be a special INI user name such as "cmos". The associated ini/ cmos.ini should include one line as "Device=cmos Action=extract" (NOTE: Do not include "Device=cmos Action=extract" in a global INI file such as wnos.ini, as it will take no effect if it is included in the global INI file). After the administrator configures the CMOS on a template unit, the administrator should sign on to the "cmos" account on Wyse ThinOS to have the CMOS content saved to the cmos file on a writable File Server wnos directory. Then, the wnos.ini should be configured with "Device=CMOS action=restore", so that all target units will be updated with the same CMOS setting as the template unit after reboot. Once the restore action is finished, both the "Device=cmos Action=extract" and "Device=CMOS action=restore" should be removed from the related INI files. Device=Wireless has the following new option: [DisableBand={None, 24G, 5G}] DisableBand Use to disable 2.4G or 5G 802.11 band. Default is None (do not disable any band). Specifies the DNS server and domain. Default IP version is ipv4. [Introduced in build 7.1_115] The DNSServer is an IP list separated by ";" or ",", max size of this list is 16.

Parameters and Options


Device=audio has the following new option: [min_cache={1-50}]

Device=cmos [Action={extract, restore}]

DNSIPVersion={ipv4, ipv6} [DNSServer=server_list] [DNSDomain=dns_domain_url]

Release 7.1 Build 122 Table 2 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold), Continued Description of new
IMPORTANT CAUTION: This parameter is no longer supported and cannot be used. It is replaced by the MirrorFileServer parameter (see MirrorFileServer parameter). IEEE8021X options in Table 7 "Connection Settings: wnos.ini files and {username}.ini files" updated to include: [peapgtcpwdEnc={password for encrypted for EAP-PEAP/EAP-GTC}]. Configures the ICMP protocol. DisableTStamp If DisableTStamp=yes, the system will not reflect the ICMP timestamp (13) request. DisableEcho If DisableEcho=yes, the system will not reflect the ICMP echo (8) request. In this case, the unit cannot be pinged. MirrorFileServer={yes, no} If MirrorFileServer=yes, all the files from the file server (for example, ini files, wallpaper, bitmap, font, locale messages etc.) will be saved into the local flash. Thus system would use the cached files when the file server is unavailable. With ThinOS 7.1 build or later, the original function of the ini cache is discarded and the mirror file server replaces it. SessionConfig=ALL has the following new options: [DisableResetVM={no, yes}] [WyseVDAServerPort=serverPort] [FullScreen={no, yes}] [Resolution={default, vga_resolution}]

Parameters and Options


EnableCacheIni REMOVED

IEEE8021X has the following new option: [peapgtcpwdEnc={password for encrypted for EAP-PEAP/EAP-GTC}]

IPProto=ICMP [DisableTStamp={yes, no}] [DisableEcho={yes, no}]

Additional options include: DisableResetVM Set "DisableResetVM=yes" to disable "Reset VM" function. As default, this function is controlled by the server side including VMware View or Citrix PNA. WyseVDAServerPort Sets "WyseVDAServerPort" for a ThinOS VDA client. The default port is 3471. The port range must be from 1029 to 40000. For example, "WyseVDAServerPort=3000", sets VDA server port to 3000 and the client will connect to the VDA server using this port. FullScreen to specify the default screen mode. Resolution to specify the session resolution. For example, 640 x 480 and so on (refer to supported resolutions). Yes/no option to have the CGP parse the incoming stream before receiving the full package. By default CGP will parse the stream. SessionConfig=RDP options in Table 7 "Connection Settings: wnos.ini files and {username}.ini files" updated to include: RDPScreenAlign4 to force RDP session width to 4 pixels aligned "WallPaper", "Dragging", "Animation" and "Theme" options to set the RDP experience

SessionConfig=ICA has the following new option: [CGPParseMessageLen={yes, no}] SessionConfig=RDP has the following new options: [RDPScreenAlign4={yes,no}] [WallPaper={yes, no}] [Dragging={yes, no}] [Animation={yes, no}] [Theme={yes, no}]

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Table 2

Chapter 1 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold), Continued Description of new
Specifies the system state when shutting down the unit. If set to standby, the ThinOS system is suspended. When the unit boots up, it is resumed. It does not go to the BIOS and thus boots up quickly. If set to turnoff, the system is turned off. When the unit boots up, it first starts the BIOS then ThinOS. The default is turnoff. ExpireTime Specifies the signon expiration time. The range is 0 to 480 minutes. The default is 0 which means no expiration. If the value is larger than 480, then 480 is set instead. If the value is smaller than 0, then 0 is set instead. After system signon or launching a connection, the expiration time starts counting. Once the expiration time is reached, launching a connection (click icon, menu or connection manager) will bring up a pop up message box to input the password. Only if the password is same as the original signon password, will the session be launched. If the terminal is locked and unlocked with the password, the signon expiration time starts counting again. SysMode= has the following new options: [ToolbarAutoQuit={yes, no}] [ToolbarStay={1~20}] ToolbarAutoQuit ToolbarAutoQuit=no will prevent the sub-window from being closed. The toolbar will auto-hide after a certain amount of time after user moves the mouse pointer away from the toolbar. ToolbarStay ToolbarStay={1~20} controls the auto-hide duration, 0.5s per value. Thus if ToolbarStay=1, the Toolbar will auto-hide after 0.5 second; If ToolbarStay=10, the Toolbar will auto-hide after 5 seconds. TcpMaxRetransmission={2~12} WakeOnLAN={yes, no} Configures the retransmission of a TCP connection. The default value of this option is 5. By default, for C10 the WakeOnLAN setting is set to no. To use the WakeOnLAN parameter, the C10 must use BIOS version 1.0B_SPC001 or later. If WakeOnLAN=yes, the C10 will respond for the Wake-On-LAN packet for remote a wake up. If WakeOnLAN=no, the C10 or will not respond for the Wake-On-LAN packet. WINSServer=server_list Specifies the WINS server address. The WINSserver is an IP list separated by ";" or ",", with a maximum list size of 2.

Parameters and Options


Shutdown={standby, turnoff}

SignOn= has the following new option: [ExpireTime={1 - 480}]

Release 7.1 Build 122

Additional Notes and Reminders EnableCacheINI - EnableCacheINI has been depreciated since build 7.1_033. Unsupported Headsets - When a headset device is not supported by ThinOS it can be force redirected into the session using the following parameter: Vusbaudio=Yes NOTE: If you are using ICA redirection, the above will not work. This is due to the fact that RAVE looks for the local device to also bring to the audio from the remote session. When you force the headset into the remote session, it is no longer recognized as a local device, thus you will get no sound from the headset. Video or Sound Pauses - When Video or sound pauses with H.264 Redirected Playback within XD5 and XD5 SP1 change the value to 1 in the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SpeedScreen] registry as follows: SkipFlowControl"=dword:00000001 Using CAG - In some situations in order to use CAG you will be required to enact the following policy: REQ.HTTP.HADER USER-Agent CONTAINS WYSE THINOS; not citrix receiver. Using the Timezone Parameter - In some situations the Timezone Parameter will not display properly. A workaround to this issue is using the following Single Brackets for timezone settings: TimeZone='GMT+05:30' must have Manualoverride=yes Using the Resolution=DDC Parameter - When using the Wyse Y Cable, DDC will properly work on both monitors by default. However, if connected to R10L/R00x clients and you are using Dual DVI, then you must add the following DualHead INI parameter and DualHead option for DDC to properly work on both monitors: Parameter: DualHead=yes Option: ManualOverride=yes

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Chapter 1

Fixes
CIR55527/TIR60449: Implement a parameter to enter WINS and DNS settings. CIR57240/TIR61569: ThinOS Belgium (comma) keyboard layout support. CIR59336: SelectServerList field definition & presentation enhancements. CIR59687: Root Certificate Authority (CA) verification. CIR59748: Dual Monitor Screen Resolution. CIR59872: USB Device reconnection failed after server restart. CIR60701/TIR62495: Turkish F Keyboard Characters Mapping. CIR60704/TIR62488: Turkish Q Keyboard Characters on C10LE connection screen. CIR60742/TIR62717: RFIDeas USB Touch and Go not working with ThinOS 7.x. CIR60763/TIR60942: The Application icons are lost when smooth roaming from PC to Thin Client. CIR60788/TIR62372: Need ability to hide "edit" button in connection manager. CIR60865/TIR60879: C10LE cannot open files and folders on USB in Azeri language setting. CIR60954/TIR61641: Have all Pub App/Desks be forced to Full Screen via wnos.ini. CIR61045/TIR61132: Password containing danish characters rejected. CIR61258/TIR61288: 802.1x - DHCP loop on failed logon. CIR61321: TC cannot connect to the central FTP in network of some 3 Layers switches. CIR61583/TIR61594: ThinOS: RDP Reconnect parameter not working with 7.1_033 if locale=German. CIR61746/TIR62301: 2748578: keeps link up when user already power-off device. CIR61803/TIR62092: Need ability to fill the custom fields through ini. CIR61807:TTL on ThinOS. CIR61818: XenApp 6.5 published App redraw fails intermittently. CIR61946/TIR61998: Logon Problem with non ascii characters in Username. CIR61990/TIR62034: C10LE-7.1.036 distorted color resolution when connecting to 8bit 2003 server. CIR62242/TIR63014: PNAgent activity idle timeout needed. CIR62282: Cannot connect to Citrix Publish Applications. CIR62316/TIR62517: Issue with Adesso AKB-410UB USB keyboard. CIR62468: Practice Partner Published Application has issues with check box fields. CIR62538/TIR62554: WYSE THINOS 7.1 sends incorrectly-formatted MAC address to View 4.5 VM. CIR62563/TIR62779: Need autosignoff=yes to work when connecting through Quest broker. CIR62855: Password change in a Citrix environment. CIR62879/TIR62902: wrong display of IP and time counter on a VNC shadowing request. CIR62949/TIR62966: Shutdown/Reboot not functioning properly in all Use Case. CIR63000/TIR63004: Incorrect time zone for Russia in WYSE THINOS. TIR57686/CIR57668: No color options when using SMB printer from WYSE THINOS. TIR60126/CIR60098 - After network down/up DHCP Request does not occur. TIR60241: If check on "validate root cert" option, "connect to these servers" should be checked on automatically. TIR60445: remote CMOS update to change BIOS password needed.

Release 7.1 Build 122 TIR60446: remote CMOS update needed to change Bootmenu "p-key" behavior. TIR60685: Single screen with DualHead=yes does not use only one screen. TIR60934: Under-lapping Seamless Windows.

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TIR60972: Background visible between Taskbar and Maximized Published seamless application. TIR60972: Background visible between Taskbar and Maximized Published seamless application. TIR61079: Certificate content get corrupted when dragging the scroll bar. TIR61080: Mic in camera display as blank in Peripherals->Audio. TIR61081: Mouse wheel does not work in Certificate Details Field. TIR61082: Folder name is missing in Certificates Browser page. TIR61107: Show the garbage character in shutdown dialog. TIR61108: The dialog for pressing '"v" button should not be the same as "g" button during the restart. TIR61109: "ESC" button does not work in Device Viewer page. TIR61112: Desktop Experience setting has been erased after unchecked "Optimize for low speed link". TIR61113: Mouse wheel cannot adjust volume in Volume Control of status bar. TIR61119: The time duration of Ping result is a negative value. TIR61120: the picture for formURL or icon cannot display by span monitor mode. TIR61128: The network adapter is always busy (flashing frequently). TIR61133/CIR60929: WYSE THINOS C10LE-7.1.0_33 - cannot render Google Maps Or Bing Maps over RDP. TIR61152: Pixels are missing, the left border of screen cannot be shown for secondary monitor which resolution is 1920x1200. TIR61157: Meaningless pop up message after removing smartcard after logging in to VMware View with a smart card. TIR61161: VMware View display pre-login message as error message and the dialog box is too large. TIR61174: Please disable "Whole Screen" for Taskbar when selecting Vertical layout. TIR61175: Backspace key is so sensitive to delete words. TIR61178: The screen2 will be dazzling monitor when screen2 rotated. TIR61179: There will be an unnecessary background screen during the switch between two XenDesktop sessions. TIR61182: Check box "Connect to these servers" is disabled to check. TIR61187: Right click menu cannot work well. TIR61217: Display name will be cut when browser the printer whose name contains space. TIR61220: Still import successfully when 2 certs have the same name but different contents and they have the same content after imported. TIR61246: WYSE THINOS Holding down V key does not bring up the system in display recovery mode. TIR61251: Connection description should not be cut when save it and better restrict the input length before save. TIR61252: "Required filed missing" jump to wrong place in Options tab. TIR61253: Create an ICA session to connect to an application, screen mode will be grey. TIR61255: the Taskbar will be show by Zero Launchpad. TIR61310: Fail to redirect the camera when it is in preview status in WYSE THINOS. TIR61311: Broker sign on does not read Gemalto smartcard.

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Chapter 1 TIR61320: when move the window, the display is not well by rotate mode. TIR61322: Microphone cannot connect to local devices in ICA session. TIR61328: XenDesktop desktop's connection description are replaced by those sessions' connection description added manually after clear locally saved connections. TIR61364: Background displays as blurred screen when unlocked the terminal. TIR61371/CIR60941: Keyboard stop functioning in RDP sessions from WYSE THINOS 7.1 with ACS;s SC reader. TIR61464: The USB device redirection type drop down list covers GUI of map all disks under z. TIR61465: "Copy to Full Screen to clipboard" was disabled for a while when session was launching. TIR61531: Startup language still English. TIR61571: Should not treat all the files as folder when browsing cert from FTP. TIR61575: The mouse pointer is not displayed properly. TIR61595: System shuts down immediately when plugging out power cable. TIR61597: The System info dialog backdrop will stay in video. TIR61599: Volume up/down not effects in mute status will effect when changing to volume on status. TIR61604: Cannot hear audio when playing a media file in XenDesktop server at full volume of media player. TIR61606: There is no audio when playing the media file in XenDesktop server for the third time. TIR61640: C10LE application in dual monitors is opening across both monitors. TIR61658: Should give a notice when user enters an invalid character for terminal name. TIR61659: Kerberos Authentication incorrectly detect semicolon when specify FQDN and IP as RDP hostname. TIR61660: There is too much noise in Logitech analog earphone. TIR61839: Fail to connect to WDM using SSL and get "read error:5901". TIR61994: The content is dislocated by dragging System Info dialog during broker initializing. TIR62061: Only 51 characters can be input into validate server field whose maximum capacity is 127 characters. TIR62065: Wyse logo not center alignment when the hostname is too long. TIR62066: The XenApp publish Desktop display not well when set resolution as Seamless. TIR62069: The operation "Power Down" has been canceled when clicking the Power Down dialog not the cancel button. TIR62089: Can resize an ICA session with default resolution in classic mode. TIR62090: Enable mute option on media player and ThinOS at the same time, should not hear the audio when only un-mute the audio on ThinOS. TIR62093: "Not enough space" popped up when trying to auto logon invalid RDP server. TIR62094: Reconnection for XenDesktop and XenApp server cannot work when disconnect the session from PNA button. TIR62099: Press Alt+Tab to switch between XenApp session and Thin OS desktop will make the session pop up extra letters around the menu of the session. TIR62102: The description words of the "Activeclient card reader not detected" dialog in a XenApp session on the switch bar are garbled. TIR62140: There will be several overlapping WMP taskbar when drag the scroll bar of the session.

Release 7.1 Build 122 TIR62161: The tips of file server address only appears after importing a cert once. TIR62162: Behave not properly when input long string in FTP path for import certificate. TIR62164: Cannot drag the launched XenApp application up after click another application but do not launch it. TIR62166: The tooltip for application icon on ThinOS desktop will leave on the launched application when move cursor out of the application. TIR62167: "Delete" and "View Certificate" buttons are enable unexpectedly when highlight a folder in Cert Manager window. TIR62184: Need to handle properly for seamless mode of ICA desktop.

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TIR62191: File Server cannot be opened in Certificate Center when left username filed blank. TIR62193: Error message when signing on with VMware View broker. TIR62219: The session taskbar are covered by WYSE THINOS taskbar in span mode. TIR62226: Notepad in seamless mode cannot display well. TIR62299: "File Servers:" partially display as "File Serve" in cert mgr. TIR62301: 2748578: keeps link up when user already power-off device. TIR62371: Client does not adapt server's SSL setting on "warn on view default" mode. TIR62374: "Warn on View default" radio button should be selected by default in VMware View Broker setting page. TIR62375: Microsoft and Other brokers should not have client certification setting. TIR62376: Host name cannot be resolved in VMware View broker with Full Security. TIR62380: "BOOTP" partially displays as "BO" in network properties. TIR62381: "Re-connection:" partially displays as "Re-connect" in RDP/ICA connection setting page. TIR62402: The number keyboard will be locked when login the ICA session. TIR62414: WYSE THINOS 7.1 will not pass through password with character like to a connection. TIR62431: Removing smartcard should kill the warning dialog box. TIR62458: The taskbar is shown in subsidiary screen when set the Taskbar as Main Screen. TIR62498: When select lowband=yes should disable font smoothing when connect ICA. TIR62682: Fail to connect the RDP session with hostname as (10.2.2.2;test.<DNS Domain>). TIR62684: The seamless application display incorrectly when move it to the middle of two monitors. TIR62758: Changing build from CHS to US, locale language does not adapt automatically. TIR62795: Automatically add redundant certs to WYSE THINOS when using Full Security mode of VMware View server. TIR62814: No alert but failing directly when accessing https file server without root cert. TIR62866: Cannot logon the view server by IP + self-sign certificate at Warn on View default Mode. TIR63180/CIR62511: Smartcard login to VMware View Broker 4.6 very slow. TIR63191: dialog box not refreshed/on top when max/minimize XenDesktop session. TIR63213 - 2757702 WYSE THINOS network trace does not wait until USB stick is mounted. TIR63265: Need to forbid Ctrl+Alt+Right arrow to lock terminal when signing off account from XenDesktop.

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Chapter 1

Build Details
C10LE

Table 3 Title

C10LE English (us) Build Details Description C10LE WTOS 7.1 122 C10_wnos US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

R10L

Table 4 Title

R10L English (us) Build Details Description R10L WTOS 7.1 122 R10_wnos US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

S10

Table 5 Title

S10 English (us) RCA_wnos Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 122 RCA_wnos US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

Release 7.1 Build 122

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Table 6 Title

S10 English (us) RCA_boot Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 122 RCA_boot US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

T10

Table 7 Title

T10 English (us) Build Details Description T10 WTOS 7.1 122 T10_boot US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

V10LE

Table 8 Title

V10LE English (us) Build Details Description V10LE WTOS 7.1 122 VL10_wnos US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

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Chapter 1

Platform Support
This section contains: "Software Compatibility" "Supported Codecs" "Tested Peripherals"

Software Compatibility
Wyse Device Manager 4.9.1 only (CAUTION: Wyse ThinOS 7.1 Build 122 is not compatible with prior versions of WDM) Wyse TCX Suite 4.1.0.19 Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.16 IMPORTANT: Wyse USB Firmware Tool is not supported on the T10 platform. Wyse VDA 2.0

Supported Codecs

Table 9 Title Audio

Supported Codecs Support Format WMA1, WMA2, WMA3 AAC MP3 WMV7, WMV8, WMV9 H264

Video

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Table 10

Tested Peripherals Device Category Keyboard/Mouse Models Mobile BlackBerry Model (support for synchronization only, not tethering) BenQ BE800 wireless keyboard/mouse (S/N KEK7800803039 S/N MOK7800803309) Cherry keyboard (G83-6105IRNFR-2/05) Logitech EX100 wireless keyboard/mouse (P/N 820-002657 - P/N 810-001806) Logitech Media Keyboard K200/mouse B100 (P/N 820-003180 P/N 810-002149) Logitech MK520 Wireless keyboard/mouse (P/N 820-002864 - P/ N 910-001878) Microsoft ARC keyboard + mouse (S/N 0204400159959 - P/N X817620-017) Microsoft Business hardware pack, wired keyboard/mouse (S/N 7619804075138 - P/N X800472-114) Microsoft Laser desktop 6000+mouse (S/N 7796700513657 - P/N X803468-014) Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse 4000 P/N X811684-004 - P/N X806443-004) Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse 5000 (S/N 0200800501627 P/N X820594-003) Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2000 (P/N X821682-001) Wyse Keyboard PS/2 Wyse USB keyboard/mouse 9650 (OS version/Platform: 5.0.0.1030/4.2.0.451) 8900 (OS version/Platform: 5.0.0.1036/5.2.0.104) 8830 (OS version/Platform: 4.2.2.196/3.0.0.84) 8310 (OS version/Platform: 4.5.0.182/4.5.0.182)

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Chapter 1 Tested Peripherals, Continued Device Category Monitor Models Printer Acer V233Hbd (1920 x 1080) Dell 1704FPT Dell 2001FP Dell 2007FPb Dell 2209WA ELO entuitive (Touch Screen) (E993101) Hanns.G Hi221D MicroTouch 3M HP LE1901w Philip 240PW9 (1920x1200) SAMSUNG SyncMaster T220+ ViewSonic VP2030b ViewSonic VP2365WB ViewSonic VX2433wm (1920x1080) Epson LQ_20K PN: P381A HP Color LaserJet CM1312MFP PN: CC430A HP Laser Jet P2035 PN: CE461A HP Laser Jet P2035 PN: 860-000319 HP Laser Jet 1022n PN: Q5913A HP Laser Jet P2055D HP LaserJet 6L OKIPOS 425D Series Dual-Roll Multi-Task Xerox DocuPrint C1110 PNs: HAT044231E/ 100S12604 Xerox Phaser 6130 (Validated as Local printer) (HAT044231E/ 100S12604)

Release 7.1 Build 122 Table 10 Tested Peripherals, Continued Device Category USB Headsets Models USB Hub USB Pen Drive USB-to-Serial USB Webcam AONI USB-526MV G-NORTEL Deskphone IP8501 Logitech A-00015 G330 PN: 881-000065 Logitech A-0356A Logitech G330 (PN 881-000065) Logitech S-150 PN: S-00038 Logitech USB Handsets Logitech USB Wireless Handsets PN: A-00007 Microsoft LifeChat LX-300 USB earphone NORTEL Mobile USB headset adapter PN: N0071606 NTEX14MAE6 Plantronics Audio 625 USB (PN 76810-01) Plantronics 655 DSP Plantronics BLACKWIRE C420 PN: N10687 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C610 PN: N10687 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C620 (PN 81965-41) Plantronics D100 Wireless IC: 457A-D100X Plantronics DA40 (PN 71800-41) Plantronics DA45 Plantronics DA55 PN: AY7554 Plantronics DA60 Plantronics P420 Speakerphone (PN 82136-02) Plantronics P820 (PN 83657-01) Plantronics PLT USB Adapter 02 Plantronics Savi W440 (PN 83359-01) POLYCOM Deskphone CX200 SONIC EV-87 PN: SQEV87C20910000803 CYC-USB HUB ADATA S102 16 GB Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB Kingston Mini Fun 8 GB SanDisk Cruzer USB 4G SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 8 GB MCT USB-to-Serial converter U232-P9 Logicool Qcam Fusion PN: 861304-1000 Logitech C310 PN: 860-000259 Logitech Pro C910 Logitech USB Webcam 9000 PN: 502-000010 Microsoft LifeCam 3.0 Cinema PN: X821404-001

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Smart Card Support


ICA and RDP support includes (1024 and 2048 certs): Cyberflex 64K Applet V1 with driver ActivClient 6.1 Cyberflex 64K Applet V2 with driver ActivClient 6.1 Etoken 64K (USB key) with driver Etoken_PKIClient_5.1 Etoken 72K with driver Etoken_PKIClient_5.1 Gemalto .net V2 with driver BaseCSP Gemalto .net V2+ with driver acm8.2.0.0

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This section contains: "New Features" "Known Issues" "Build Details" "Platform Support" "Wyse TCX Multimedia (MMR) Test Results" "Smart Card Support" "Resolution Support"

New Features
Table 11 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) Description of new
Yes no option to configure/store custom information. If CustomInfo=yes, the custom information configured by the following options will be stored into NVRAM. If CustomInfo=no, the custom information in NVRAM will be cleared. For example: CustomInfo=yes custom1=11 custom2=2 custom3=3 location=wyse contact=peter SessionConfig=ALL has the following new options: [FullScreen={no, yes}] [Resolution={default, vga_resolution}] Additional options include: FullScreen to specify the default screen mode. Resolution to specify the session resolution. For example, 640 x 480 and so on (refer to supported resolutions).

Parameters and Options


CustomInfo={yes, no} [Custom1=custom1_str] [Custom2=custom2_str] [Custom3=custom3_str] [Location=location_str] [Contact=contact_str]

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Known Issues
TIR61105 - One minute after clicking Cancel with a non-network connection, the System Tools page closes. TIR61155 - Tool tips leaves a black rectangle in a session. TIR61186 - Graphics remain when moving the cursor to different text boxes in Outlook 2010. TIR61199 - When opening Microsoft Office Picture Manager, the content in the taskbar displays RDP and not the application name. TIR61206 - Some published applications do not display correctly in seamless mode. TIR61319 - When using smart card required login mode, the four command buttons on the VMView login page are disabled. TIR61502 - After thin client logon with wireless, copying a file from USB disk to XenApp takes a significant amount of time. TIR61756 - The Authentication Properties window displays incorrectly after an Error message is displayed. TIR61937 - Parts of Windows Media Player do not display correctly during a reconnection to a Windows Media Player RemoteApp session. TIR61940 - Windows Media Player cannot be displayed in Full-screen mode after switching between a ThinOS desktop and a RemoteApp Windows Media Player session. TIR61975 - After maximizing the RemoteApp Windows Media Player application, the Windows Media Player taskbar is covered by the video screen. TIR62069 - The Power Down process is canceled after clicking the Power Down dialog box and not the Cancel button. TIR62088 - Certificates cannot select the correct Root Certificate when two Root Certificates have the same issuer. TIR62091 - The Ctrl+ESC key combination does not work when using PEAP/LEAP authentication without any pre-information. TIR62168 - After closing Windows Media Player, the system sound does not play/work properly. TIR62178 - After launching a XenApp6.5 application in seamless mode, pictures do not display correctly. TIR62188 - ThinOS and the media player do not respond when trying to add several media files to a media player playlist. TIR62202 - After detaching and reattaching a Logitech camera to the thin client, the camera microphone does not work. TIR62208 - After switching between XenDesktop Win 7 and a ThinOS desktop for three to four times before the Active card dialog box disappears, the session desktop cannot refresh. TIR62221 - After detaching and reattaching a USB headset, the headset cannot be redirected to XenDesktop. TIR62223 - Login fails when using an RSA token from next token status. TIR62226 - Notepad in seamless mode doe not display correctly.

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Build Details
Table 12 Title Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization T10 English (us) Build Details Description T10 7.1 111 DOVE_boot US

Table 13 Title

T10 Japanese (jp) Build Details Description T10 7.1 111 DOVE_boot.jp JP

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Localization

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Platform Support
This section contains: "Software Compatibility" "Supported Codecs" "Tested Peripherals"

Software Compatibility
WDM 4.8.5 with hotfix HF04085016811 installed Wyse TCX Suite 4.1.0.19

NOTE: Wyse USB Firmware Tool is not supported.

Supported Codecs

Table 14 Title Audio

Supported Codecs Support Format WMA1, WMA2, WMA3 AAC MP3 WMV7, WMV8, WMV9 H264

Video

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Tested Peripherals

Table 15

Tested Peripherals Device Category Keyboard/Mouse Models Mobile HD Monitor Printer USB Earphone USB Hub Logitech Media Keyboard K200/mouse B100 Logitech MK520 Wireless keyboard/mouse (P/N 820-002864 - P/ N 910-001878) Microsoft ARC keyboard + mouse (S/N 0204400159959 - P/N X817620-017) Microsoft Business hardware pack, wired keyboard/mouse (S/N 7619804075138 - P/N X800472-114) Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse 5000 (S/N 0200800501627 P/N X820594-003) Wyse USB keyboard/mouse BENQ external DVD-ROM Maxtor Basics External Portable Hard Drive 250G Dell 1704FPT Dell 2007FPb Dell 2209WA Philip 240PW9 ViewSonic VP2365WB ViewSonic VX2433wm Epson LQ_20K HP Color LaserJet CM1312MFP HP Laser Jet 1022n HP Laser Jet P2035 Xerox DocuPrint C1110 Logitech A-0356A Logitech S-150 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C420 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C610 Plantronics D100 Wireless Plantronics DA40 Plantronics DA45 Plantronics DA55 Plantronics DA60 Plantronics P820 Plantronics PLT USB Adapter 02 POLYCOM Deskphone CX200 SONIC EV-87 CYC-USB HUB

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Chapter 2 Tested Peripherals, Continued Device Category USB Pen Drive Models USB Webcam ADATA S102 16 GB Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB Lenovo 4 GB SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1 GB SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB 2.0 Flash Drive 2G SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 8 GB SONY 8 GB Logitech USB Webcam 9000 Logitech C310 Logitech Pro C910

Wyse TCX Multimedia (MMR) Test Results


Table 16 Hardware Acceleration Details
RDP (2008 R2) 480p 720p 480p 720p RDP (Win7) 480p 720p 480p 720p VMView 5.0 (Win7) 480p 720p 480p 720p ICA (2008 R2 +XenApp6.5) 480p 720p 480p 720p ICA (2008 R2 +XenApp6.0) 480p 720p 480p 720p XenDesktop 5.5 (Win7) 480p 720p 480p 720p

Hardware Acceleration (Passing Values) H.264 WMV/VC1

Smart Card Support


ICA and RDP support includes: Cyberflex 64K Applet V2 Etoken 64K (USB key) Etoken 72K Gemalto .net V2 Gemalto .net V2+

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Resolution Support
Tip All resolutions support 16-bit and 32-bit color depth. 640 x 480 800 x 600 1024 x 600 1024 x 768 1152 x 846 1280 x 720 1280 x 1024 1366 x 768 1400 x 1050 1440 x 900 1600 x 900 1600 x 1200 1680 x 1050 1920 x 1080 (Maximum dual-monitor support) 1920 x 1200 (Single monitor only)

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Release 7.1 Build 033


This section contains: "Fixes" "New Features" "Known Issues" "Software Information" "Supported Platforms" "Supported Resolutions"

Fixes
CIR55806/TIR56899: Support for VHA PIV card login. CIR57785/TIR57789: Broker radio button configuration defaults back to the Xen server if both Xen and VMware are configured. CIR58816: Desire 1920 x 1080 resolution support with Viewsonic VA2231wm monitor via VGA. CIR58894/TIR59503: NT LAN Manager (NTLM) Authentication fails against a Window Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller. TIR58896/CIR58818: Use of USB Encryption Keys with XenDesktop. CIR58906/TIR58955: Problems displaying application list after upgrading to ThinOS v7.0_217. CIR59252: In an ICA session while printing labels, the print job stops. CIR59279: Device initiating BOOTP requests before DHCP requests. CIR59566/TIR59678: In dual-head span mode, the color depth is not working as expected with Kaviza 4.1.5. CIR59593: Characters fading on Web-based forms with R10L devices. CIR59604: S10 devices have a high CPU usage when sharing a desktop in Netmeeting. CIR59762: There is a shuffle when playing flash in IE. CIR59803/TIR59824: ThinOS v6.5 produced a pop-up message to calibrate a touchscreen while ThinOS v7.x does not.

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New Features
RemoteApp (Microsoft Broker) RemoteApp and Desktop Connection provides the ability to group RemoteApp programs in a Windows Server 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop Session Host role installed, and make them available to end users. By specifying the broker server address in Broker Setup tab of the Remote Connections dialog box (System Settings icon > Remote Connections), ThinOS users are able to launch remote applications through Connect Manager or desktop shortcuts. The broker server address can begin with http, https, or no protocol prefix. For example, the following inputs are acceptable: http://ip OR http://FQDN https://ip OR https://FQDN IP OR FQDN NOTES: Due to default server settings, all connections will be attempted using https. Therefore, you must import the server certificate into your device before you can successfully make a connection. Seamless windows (for RemoteApp) are only supported in Classic Desktop mode (see Classic Desktop option in the Visual Experience tab of the Remote Connections dialog box (System Settings icon > Remote Connections).

Microsoft RemoteFX RemoteFX is a new technology included in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 SP1 designed to improve the visual capabilities of Windows 7 Remote Desktop clients. Improvements include many 3D graphics capabilities, some OpenGL, full motion video, and USB redirection support for Hyper-V Windows 7 virtual machines. It requires that the server have a DirectX 10.0 capable graphics card and Hyper-V. The number of clients supported is based on GPU memory and processor. Requirements: VM desktop supports the RFX. RDP connection with True Color settings. R class devices only. NOTES: Differences compared to standard Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 client: Login windows turns to sky blue (used to be navy blue). Supports Windows 7 Aero mode by server GPU. 3D Enabled VM. HD Flash video support. RFX does not support force taskbar span while using multiple monitors.

Release 7.1 Build 033 RemoteFX Supported Resolutions: 1920 x 1080 1680 x 1050 1600 x 1400 1400 x 1050 1440 x 900 1368 x 768 1280 x 1024 1280 x 768 1280 x 720 1024 x 768 640 x 480 Resolutions that do not support full screen RFX display: 4360 x 768 1600 x 900 1366 x 768 1280 x 960 1152 x 864 800 x 600 RemoteFX USB Redirection

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ThinOS supports redirecting USB devices to a RemoteFX-enabled Windows 7 SP1 virtual machine running on a RemoteFX-enabled Remote Desktop Virtualization Host server. NOTES: Log entries similar to USB device XXXXXX opened for redirection will appear in the ThinOS event log when a USB device is redirected by using RemoteFX USB redirection. Due to USB limitations, a device redirected by using RemoteFX USB redirection can only be used in one RDP session at a time and cannot be used locally while it is redirected to the virtual machine. Drivers for redirected USB devices will be installed on the virtual machine by using the same process that a physical Windows computer uses when a device is attached. Ensure that Windows Update is enabled on the virtual machine or that drivers are available for the device you attach. If USB redirection does not work within RFX, you can test the USB on a Windows 7 device to see if the base protocol is supported (because Microsoft RFX is a version 1.0). The following devices are supported by RDP with RemoteFX USB redirection from ThinOS:

Table 17 Device

Device and Redirection Method Redirection Method Audio redirection Mapping RemoteFX USB redirection RemoteFX USB redirection Mapping Smart card redirection

Audio (not a USB composite device) CD or DVD drive Palm PDA Printer (All-in-One Printer) Printer Smart Card Reader

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Chapter 3 Table 17 Device USB Camera USB Flash Drive USB Headset USB Keyboard or Mouse Device and Redirection Method, Continued Redirection Method RemoteFX USB redirection Mapping RemoteFX USB redirection/play locally Input redirection

Interface Language Localization ThinOS now supports administrator-defined user interface languages within the ThinOS operating system. Administrators can change preset translations or create their own translations to meet the needs of their users. ThinOS supports loading localization files from an FTP server and controlled by INI configurations as described in Table 19 "New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold)."

Implementation Example: Japanese Locale and Font: a. Obtain copy of Japanese.msg file and Japanese.fnt file. b. Access FTP server and create the Font and Locale folders within the wnos folder. c. Put the Japanese.msg file into the locale folder (FTP\WNOS\Locale). d. Put the Japanese.fnt file to the font folder (FTP\WNOS\Font). e. Configure wnos.ini as follows: Place the Locale=Japanese Load=Yes parameters in the ini and save the ini file. f. Optional: Add a User language selection menu within the system preference. This will enable the user to switch between different languages: Transfer additional language files LanguageX.fnt and LanguageX.msg to proper locations within the wnos folder, edit the above parameters (Locale=Japanese Load=Yes LocaleList=German, English) and save the ini file. g. Restart the thin client. Japanese System Settings Example:

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ICA-RTP audio uses UDP as an underlying transport, making it suitable for real time audio data. Audio data that is not transported through RAVE (ICA multimedia redirection channel) will use RTP as a separate channel to transport. As a result, audio performance can be better when there is large amounts of audio data between the client and the server (for example, when you are using a VoIP application such as Skype). NOTES: Only supported in XenDesktop 5.0 FP1 or later. Policy Audio over UDP Real-time Transport should be enabled in XenDDC. No gateway connection (CAG) between the client and the server. The desktop session's encryption level must be Basic or 128 Bit login only. The UDP Audio Feature of the RTP Protocol will only be enabled if the Audio Quality for the session is set to Medium. Resultant audio quality would be the lower of the server and the client.

Plug and Play in XA6.0 or Later ICA PnP function can support two ways to map USB disks: 1 - Launch ICA session with Disks enabled first, and then plug in the USB disk; the USB disk can then be mapped to the server. 2 - Plug in the USB disk first, and then launch ICA session with Disks enabled; the USB disk can then be mapped to the server. NOTE: For users of earlier versions than XA6.0, you must use method 2 (Plug in the USB disk first, and then launch ICA session with Disks enabled; the USB disk can then be mapped to the server).

Certificate Manger To deploy an SSL-based application, the server must be configured so that it will authenticate the identity of the client. If a user certificate is applied from the Root CA, then that user can access file servers/applications in the sub domain. Due to the fact that the Sub-CA is configured to be trusted automatically by the Root CA, when the client sends the entire certificate chain to the server in the root domain for authentication, the user will then be able to access file server/application in sub domain.

Certificate Management - Opens the Certificates Browser where you can select the Import From option you want to import a certificate (either USB Storage or File Server).

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Chapter 3 USB Storage - If you select the USB Storage option, click Import to open and use the Import dialog box to find and select the certificate you want to use. The maximum importing path is limited to 128 characters and the maximum certificate name is limited to 64 characters. File Server - If you select the File Server option, click Import to open and use the Import dialog box to enter the detailed path to the certificate you want to use in the File Servers box (if necessary, be sure to use the correct Username and Password). Note that you must enter the absolute path of the certificate. For example: 10.151.121.100/ wnos/cacerts/mycertificate.cer. The maximum importing path is limited to 128 characters and the maximum certificate name is limited to 64 characters. Wireless IEEE 802.11n IEEE 802.11n-2009 is an amendment to the IEEE 802.11-2007 wireless networking standard to improve network throughput over the two previous standards (802.11a and 802.11g) with a significant increase in the maximum raw data rate (from 54 Mbit/s to 300 Mbit/s with the use of four spatial streams at a channel width of 40 MHz. C10 and R10 with one antenna do NOT support 11n. This is by design, and validated with Linksys E3000 firmware 1.0.03. For clients that are have a single antenna and are connecting to certain Access Points, (for example, Linksys WAP4410N firmware 1.0.12) which are set to 802.11n only, the client will actually connect using the 802.11G protocol. Windows clients with the same configuration will have the same behavior. ThinOS will generate log files indicating that 11g is being used. NOTES: ThinOS 7.1 supports 300Mbps speed when an access point supplies 40MHz connection and 128Mbps speed when an access point supplies 24MHz connection. In a typical situation, an access point decides if the channel is 2.4GHz (1-13) or 5GHz, then clients and access points negotiate the channel width (which depends on the situation) or the channel width can be set to a static value on the access point. Wireless IEEE 802.11n Wireless Type 5 GHz 11n 5 GHz 11n 2.4 GHz 11n 2.4 GHz 11n Channel Bandwidth 20 MHz 40 MHz 20 MHz 20 MHz Connection Speed 150 Mbps 300 Mbps 81 Mbps 76 Mbps

Table 18 Platform

C10 Dual Antennas C10 Dual Antennas C10 Dual Antennas Windows 7 Single Antenna

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In properties window of MSCHAPv2, you can specify EAP Identity as the first level of authentication (after which, MSCHAPv2 will occur). If you select the Enable Single Sign On check box, the thin client will use credentials of MSCHAPv2 to log-on to the ThinOS local desktop and establish the system variables $UN, $PW and $DN to logon to your RDP or ICA sessions.

C Class with Hardware Codecs Removed: Divx3 MSMPEG4V2 MSMPEG4V3 video decoder Added: H264 WMV3 WMVA ACC audio decoder. There are now a total of 3 audio decoders (MP3, WMA and AAC) supported. NOTE: C class platform uses a hardware decoder, however R class uses software decoder.

Support for Camera Microphones (Combination Units) For USB cameras with built-in microphones, ThinOS will now recognize the built-in microphone as a local audio recording device. You can also use the built-in microphone in remote sessions. However, it is not recommended to use the built-in microphone when the camera is capturing video (because the built-in microphone sometimes may not work by itself; this problem is also observed on Windows operating systems).

MirrorFileServer Parameter This is the new version of the previously used enablecacheini parameter that has been removed from the ThinOS 7.1.x and later versions. You are now able to save the file server settings onto the local flash of the unit. This allows the client to boot to the configured state without having to have a connection to the file server. For example, ini files, wallpaper, bitmap, font, locale messages etc., will be all be saved into the local flash. Set MirrorFileServer=yes NOTES: S10 does not support this feature. After the MirrorFileServer=yes statement is specified in the wnos.ini, ThinOS will read it in the first restart, and the parameter will be effective after the second restart.

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Chapter 3 This means that in order to have your unit cache everything in the wnos.ini file after upgrading to ThinOS 7.1.x you will need to do the following: 1 - Upgrade the unit and ensure that MirrorFileServer=yes statement is in your wnos.ini file. 2 - After the firmware has been successfully applied, the client will copy the ini contents locally onto the client. You will need to reboot the client one time for the new settings to be read properly. 3 - After the second reboot, the client will now be able to read the locally saved contents in the event it's unable to contact the file server. Updates to GUI: Granular Control over USB Redirection - By default, audio, video, and printer devices will not use HDX USB for redirection. You can make selections for USB device redirection on the Session tab of the Global Connection Settings dialog box. NOTE: For Web camera mapping, if the server does not support HDX USB redirection and you set this mode in the client, the client will use HDX Realtime Webcam Compression.

Audio Options - A drop-down list has been added on the Audio tab of the Peripherals dialog box. When you connect a USB headset, its name will be shown in the drop-down list. The HD Audio option is for analog earphone use. The Boost option is for audio enhancement.

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Map All Disks Additions - A drop-down list has been added on the ICA tab of the Global Connection Settings dialog box allowing you to select additional drives for the Map all disks under setting (no longer only Z drive).

Device Viewer Window - A Device Viewer window displays when you click the Device Viewer button (System Information > Devices) allowing you to easily view recognized devices. NOTE: This screen will provide USB information (PIV,VID,etc) needed for forcelocal= or forceredirect= INI parameters.

Hide Domain Security Option - When EAP Type EAP-MSCCHAPV2 is selected on the Authentication Properties dialog box (for PEEP IEEE802.1x authentication), a new option to hide the domain is available for selection (the Username and Password text boxes are available for use, but the Domain text box displays gray).

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New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) Description of new


New parameter to support both DHCP and BOOTP to obtain the network configurations. In the first two tries, only DHCP is requested. Then, both DHCP and BOOTP are requested. For some environments, BOOTP requests will delay obtaining the IP from the DHCP server. Set BootpDisable=yes will only perform a DHCP request. This setting is only valid after the next reboot. (CIR59279) Additional ConnectionBroker values for VMware and Microsoft. Specifies the Connection Broker type. Select VMware to enable VDM XML support. If you enter VMware, the VMware logo appears on the log-in screen.

Parameters and Options


BootpDisable={no, yes}

ConnectionBroker= has the following new values: {Microsoft, VMware}

DO NOT use VDM as this value is being deprecated. [Microsoft Introduced in 7.1_022.] [VMware Introduced in 7.1_023.] Desktop=bitmap file [Layout={center, tile, stretch}] [IconTextColor="rrr ggg bbb"] Desktop Specifies a bitmap file to be used as wallpaper for the local desktop. This file could be a 4-bit, 8-bit, or 24-bit BMP file or a standard GIF file or a standard JPEG file. The file must be located in the FTP server wnos\bitmap directory. Default is Wyse wallpaper. To disable the parameter, leave value blank (Desktop=). Layout Specifies the arrangement on the desktop background of the bitmap file specified by the Desktop parameter (if auto dial-up is set, Layout is invalid). For center, the image is placed in the center of the desktop without image size change. For tile, the image is replicated across the desktop. For stretch, the image is modified to fill the desktop. NOTE: In dual-monitor mode, the wallpaper is replicated and specified separately for each monitor (instead of being shared by the two monitors). IconTextColor Specifies the icon text color in RGB string format (must be enclosed in quotes), where rrr, ggg and bbb are decimal numbers in the range of 0 to 255.

Release 7.1 Build 033 Table 19 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold), Continued Description of new
Specifies the local thin client camera settings. format Support only for raw video type (format=raw is fixed).

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Parameters and Options


Device=camera [format=raw] [width={camera supported width}] [height={camera supported height}] [fps={camera supported fps}] [optimize={no, yes}]

width The width of the resolution that the local camera supports. height The height of the resolution that the local camera supports. fps The fps (frame per second) of the resolution that the local camera supports. optimize Yes no option to optimize the width, height, and fps at 320 x 240 at 10 fps That is, if optimize=yes, then 320 x 240 at 10 fps will be used for the local camera settings regardless of the individual settings in width, height, and fps (as long as the camera supports the 320 x 240 at 10 fps). If optimize=yes and the camera does not support the 320 x 240 at 10 fps settings, an error will be present in the Event Log of ThinOS. If optimize=no (default), then the individual settings in width, height, and fps will be used (as long as the camera supports them). [Introduced in build 7.1_025]

Device=Ethernet EnableCacheIni is no longer supported.

Device=Ethernet parameter option KeepAlive has values updated to 1 to 600 seconds. IMPORTANT CAUTION: This parameter is no longer supported and cannot be used. It is replaced by the MirrorFileServer parameter (see MirrorFileServer parameter below). Additional options include: Peapidentity to specify the identity/username for PEAP. Peapsinglesignon to enable single sign-on. tlsauthtype={user, machine} peapmschaphidedm option to have the domain use saved peap MSCHAP domain name and the pop up dialog will not include the domain field when doing IEEE8021x authentication. Language=code option ImageSuffix values updated to include localization builds with different suffixes according to the keyboard language.

IEEE8021X= has the following new options: Peapidentity Peapsinglesignon tlsauthtype peapmschaphidedm

Language=code

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Additional Locale language values. Locale Specifies the system language. Note: Locale changes the language for the user logon-experience screens only (displayed during boot-up and logon) and not the configuration or administrator screens. load=yes/no specifies whether or not to load the language file. The language file must end with the locale name and be placed under the folder wnos/ locale in the file server. [Introduced in build 7.0.1_13] For example, if you want to specify French and load the localized messages, you must place a file named French.msg under the folder wnos/locale in the file server, and then add Locale=French load=yes in the INI file. IMPORTANT: For Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, and Korean localization, a font file must also be placed under the folder wnos/font in the file server. For example, if you want to specify the system language to be Japanese, you must place a file named Japanese.msg under the folder wnos/locale in the file server, place a file named Japanese.fnt under the folder wnos/font in the file server, and then add Locale=Japanese load=yes in the INI file. [Introduced in build 7.1_025] If you are under a Wyse maintenance contract, you can download .fnt and .msg files from your My Downloads page in the Wyse Self-Service Center at http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html. If you are not under maintenance and wish to gain access to these files, you must complete a product registration. LocaleList={English | us | French | fr | German | de | Chinese Simplified | gb | Chinese Traditional | b5 | Japanese | jp | Korean | ko | Spanish Mexican | la} Additional Locale language values. LocaleList Specifies a list of locale, so that a user can switch the system language as needed. All the values will be display in the GUI (System Preference -> General-> Locale). Be to place the required files, for example German.msg, Japanese.msg, Japanese.fnt, and so on under the correct folders as described in the Locale parameter description. [Introduced in build 7.0.1_13]

Parameters and Options


Locale={English | us | French | fr | German | de | Chinese Simplified | gb | Chinese Traditional | b5 | Japanese | jp | Korean | ko | Spanish Mexican | la} [load={yes | no}]

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MirrorFileServer={no, yes}

Yes/no option to enable the cache all server files functionality (cache all server files such as INI files, wallpaper, bitmap, font, local messages and so on to the local flash when files are changed in the file server). Wyse ThinOS would use the cached files when files on the file server are unavailable. Default is set to no. S10 is not supported. [Introduced in 7.1_018]

MultiLogon

IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE as this parameter is being deprecated. Use SelectServerList={PNA, VDI}. NoReducer option Encryption added to specify the default setting of encryption level for all ICA connections (ICA Only). [Encryption={Basic, 40, 56, 128, Login-128, None}] NoReducer Yes/no option to turn off compression. Default is no, which enables compression. To turn off compression, enter yes. Used here this parameter is a global statement for all connections. It sets the default value of NoReducer. NOTE: By default both the ICA and RDP protocols compress their data to minimize the amount of data that needs to traverse the network. This compression can be as much as 50% for text-based applications (for example, Microsoft Word) and 40% less for graphics applications than the uncompressed data streams. Encryption (ICA Only) Specifies the default setting of encryption level for all ICA connections. The highest level is 128-bit security. The lowest is Basic. The default is Basic.

NoReducer

PlatformConfig=all [EncryptFS=yes]

New parameter to encrypt local flash, specifically cached INI files and credentials that are stored (if using signon=yes). NOTE: Event log will display new statements stating that FileSystem encryption has been enabled. PnliteServer parameter updated to include Option CAGRSAAuthMethod values LDAP and RSA for authentication. CAGAuthMethod option for CAG authentication. CAGRSAAuthMethod or CAGAuthMethod CAGAuthMethod option is used for CAG authentication configuration. NOTE: This option replaces CAGRSAAuthMethod. If CAGAuthMethod=RSA (it is same as the prior "CAGRSAAuthMethod=RSASecurid"), an extra passcode field needs to be input except username/password/domain. If CAGAuthMethod=LDAP, no passcode field is needed.

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IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE as this option is being deprecated. Reconnect options updated to include seconds value (the interval to wait before automatically restarting the connection after disconnect). Resolution option [rgamma={1-100} ggamma={1-100} bgamma={1-100}] removed as this option is no longer supported. SessionConfig=ALL options updated to include: DefaultColor to specify the default color depth to use for the session. VUSB_DISKS, VUSB_AUDIO, VUSB_VIDEO, and VUSB_PRINTER Specifies if these USB devices will be redirected to the server using TCX Virtual USB or ICA/RDP USB redirection when USB redirection is enabled. By default, these devices are set as local devices. SessionConfig=ICA option mapdisksunderz updated to include a driver letter to replace the default drive letter Z. For example, if MapdisksUnderZ=X, all the disks will be under the drive X instead of drive Z. New SessionConfig=ICA option USBRedirection to select the channel of usb devices redirection. Default is ICA|HDX. This option is recommended to replace older setting "device=vusb type={TCX, HDX}". ForceSpan Yes/no option to disable RDP Multi Monitor feature. Default is no. EnableTSMM Yes/no option to enable RDP7 Multi-media redirect. Default is yes. EnableRecord Yes/no option to enable RDP feature of recording from local. Default is no. EnableRFX Yes/no option to enable Bitmap Codec RemoteFX. Default is yes. USBRedirection Option to select the channel of usb devices redirection. Default is TCX. For example: SessionConfig=RDP MaxBmpCache=1024 DefaultColor=1 EnableNLA=yes ForceSpan=yes EnableTSMM=no EnableRecord=yes EnableRFX=no SignOn options updated to include: SaveLastDomainUser additional values of user and domain. DefaultINI=filename to specify the file name which is in the default folder of the username ini files. If the {username}.ini is not found, this file will be loaded as default. PasswordVariables to enable variable mapping ($TN, $UN etc) for a password.

Parameters and Options


RDPAudioQualityMode option for Connect=RDP Reconnect

Resolution

SessionConfig=ALL

SessionConfig=ICA

SessionConfig=RDP includes the following new options: [ForceSpan={no, yes}] [EnableTSMM={yes, no}] [EnableRecord={yes, no}] [EnableRFX={yes, no}] [USBRedirection={TCX, RDP}]

SignOn

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SwitchApplication SysMode=has the following new option: [ToolbarEnableOneSession={no, yes}] TcpTimeOut

IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE as this parameter is being deprecated. ToolbarEnableOneSession Yes/no option to enable the toolbar when only one session is available. New TcpTimeOut values 1 and 2 to specify the timeout value of a TCP connection. The number of 30 seconds for the timeout value of a TCP connection. The value must be 1 or 2 which means the connection timeout value is from 1x30= 30 seconds to 2x30= 60 seconds. Values of 3-255 are recognized only for backwards compatibility (>2 = 60 seconds), however, these values should not be used and the value should be set to 2. IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE as this parameter is being deprecated. The TCX Key is held on the server.

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Known Issues
TIR59002: Video cannot be displayed correctly in an ICA session after moving around in the video or switching from another ICA session. TIR59014: While playing the video of an h.264 file, the playback will stop. TIR59044: After changing ICA or RDP session auto-reconnect and delay settings, the reboot and shut down counter dialog boxes do not display/perform correctly. TIR59064: RemoteFX cannot display some full screen applications. TIR59137: The same gateway is used regardless of the Use default gateway on remote (PPPoE) network check box setting (checked or cleared). TIR59143: The second DVI port does not work if the display resolution is set to 2560 x 1600. TIR59146: Need to use INI files to configure EAP-TLS machine authentication. TIR59148: A DPError will occur intermittently. TIR59167: The Are you sure you want to disconnect? warning cannot be closed by clicking No when quitting a PPPoE connection in Wyse Zero Desktop mode. TIR59170: A green line displays on the bottom-right side of the media player after using another media player. TIR59194: Plantronics DA55 and DA60 USB headsets have significant noise when moving the mouse pointer to the recording area of the Volume tab in the Peripherals dialog box. TIR59287: RemoteFX cannot center display in some resolutions. TIR59383: After moving around media being played by Wyse TCX Multimedia, there are some artifacts left on the screen. TIR59432: After dragging a window mode ICA/RDP session, the shape of the login dialog box changes. TIR59915: Some areas of the desktop background will appear when clicking the Admin Mode button after entering the wrong password for a user that is defined in the {username}.ini file. TIR59948: The color of the display name becomes white after enabling automatic reconnection at logon. TIR59951: Some window colors will be displayed incorrectly after switching windows using the Ctrl+Alt+DownArrow key combination.

Additional Notes and Reminders


EnableCacheINI is No Longer Supported. Unsupported Headsets in ThinOS 7.1 - When a device is not supported by ThinOS, it can be force redirected into the session using the following parameter: Vusbaudio=Yes NOTE: If you are using ICA redirection, the above will not work. This is due to the fact that RAVE looks for the local device to bring the audio from the remote session as well. When you force the headset into the remote session, it is no longer recognized as a local device and you will not obtain sound from the headset. Video or Sound Pauses with H.264 Redirected Playback within XD5 and XD5 SP1 - If you change the following registry as described, video/sound will work as expected: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SpeedScreen] change the value to 1, for example, SkipFlowControl"=dword:00000001

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CAG Usage - In some situations in order to use CAG you will be required to enact the following policy (not the Citrix receiver): REQ.HTTP.HADER USER-Agent CONTAINS WTOS. Timezone Parameter - In some situations the Timezone Parameter will not display properly. When this occurs, use the following for timezone settings (single brackets) TimeZone='GMT+05:30' must have Manualoverride=yes RemoteFX Flash Playback Performance Issues - In some situations enabling the following local Group Policy can improve flash playback performance in RemoteFX sessions (set both parameters to rich): \ computer configuration\administrative templates\windows components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop session host\remote session environment\optimize visual experience when using RemoteFX.

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Software Information
This section contains: "Build Details" "BIOS Details"

Build Details C10LE

Table 20 Title

C10LE English (us) Build Details Description C10LE WTOS 7.1 33 C10_wnos 5070684 5F4370BB09F2F2BF45725AB4E05E2B18 271FF0DB US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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C10LE Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details Description C10LE WTOS 7.1 33 C10_wnos.gb 4984668 57A34870D0BAD64CFB0ECF516A4B861F 2679A4CE CHS

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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Table 22 Title

C10LE Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details Description C10LE WTOS 7.1 33 C10_wnos.b5 5096052 D5AB355098A4667EFBD32B88212054E8 276BA0DF CHT

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 23 Title

C10LE Japanese (jp) Build Details Description C10LE WTOS 7.1 33 C10_wnos.jp 4923968 DD57F0E6C8A8D4281084950A8821E5D7 26143D9B JP

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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R10L

Table 24 Title

R10L English (us) Build Details Description R10L WTOS 7.1 33 R10_wnos 4886960 BD5A8C7D5D8EA353ED589C0007ACC3D4 25B59B9B US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 25 Title

R10L Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details Description R10L WTOS 7.1 33 R10_wnos.gb 4796068 36F700D2551FC91F118E0E2FD6B567BD 250D21BE CHS

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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Table 26 Title

R10L Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details Description R10L WTOS 7.1 33 R10_wnos.b5 4914496 6368712BE6E4C9DF521083DBED887542 25F72ACB CHT

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 27 Title

R10L Japanese (jp) Build Details Description R10L WTOS 7.1 33 R10_wnos.jp 4742948 81EE27A6AAF7B77713BE1A442A9134F3 249CC58B JP

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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S10

Table 28 Title

S10 English (us) Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 33 RCA_wnos 2711784 5E9E6CC4FB47906B66E8F5EBA8BB183F 14EFCE37 US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 29 Title

S10 Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 33 RCA_wnos.gb 2486012 18EE3E10BEA9EE4D00C653434FE182FC 1339CFEC CHS

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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Table 30 Title

S10 Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 33 RCA_wnos.b5 2570052 0572FEE29B5BED03A721F767BC49471F 13F0E421 CHT

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 31 Title

S10 Japanese (jp) Build Details Description S10 WTOS 7.1 33 RCA_wnos.jp 2376064 FEB18D5853EAFF7EA593F4279723F9BC 125EEAAD JP

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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V10LE

Table 32 Title

V10LE English (us) Build Details Description V10LE WTOS 7.1 33 VL10_wnos 4787008 1770C3BE02F58F91A6B7704435A676CE 24E9B94A US

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 33 Title

V10LE Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details Description V10LE WTOS 7.1 33 VL10_wnos.gb 4693236 F324F24942F2BF704EF80739DEE9E48F 2441822A CHS

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

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Table 34 Title

V10LE Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details Description V10LE WTOS 7.1 33 VL10_wnos.b5 4810720 E5B08BA4ED154F7A7648EA33DDE20581 2532C9F0 CHT

Platform(s) Version Build Number Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Checksum32 Localization

Table 35 Title

V10LE Japanese (jp) Build Details Description V10LE WTOS 7.1 33 VL10_wnos.jp 4641240 0063865E61FD1353E7500D6DAA7BC52C 23DF917D JP

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BIOS Details C10LE

Table 36 Title Platform Version

C10LE BIOS Details Description C10LE 1.0B DEVEL35M.ROM 1048576 07BA2F7594898FACCB26EDEBBE5387CE A4678A3

Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Check sum Checksum32

R10L

Table 37 Title Platform Version

R10L BIOS Details Description R10L 1.0H_SPC FLASHABL.ROM 1070066 08154CED6D7799E2D1E6259CBAD71979 95309FC

Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Check sum Checksum32

S10

Table 38 Title Platform Version

S10 BIOS Details Description R00LX 1.16 Xpress.rom 262144 31D2C9317FD76660841A1618D70E88A7 16C0FD3

Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Check sum Checksum32

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V10LE

Table 39 Title Platform Version

V10LE BIOS Details Description V10LE 1.19 60480119.BIN 524288 542143D791505EC406F727221C425F10 4E42900

Build File Name Size (Bytes) MD5 Check sum Checksum32

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Supported Platforms
This section contains: "Software Compatibility" "Supported Codecs" "Tested Peripherals"

Software Compatibility
WDM 4.8.5 with hotfix HF04085016811 installed Wyse TCX Suite 4.1.0.19

Supported Codecs

Table 40 Title Audio

Supported Codecs Support Format WMA1, WMA2, WMA3 AAC MP3 WMV7, WMV8, WMV9 H264 VDPAU decoder

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Tested Peripherals

Table 41

Tested Peripherals Device Category Analog Earphone Models Keyboard/Mouse Mobile HD Monitor KBoss SB-40 Logitech Clearchat (PN 981-000027) BenQ BE800 wireless keyboard/mouse (S/N KEK7800803039 S/N MOK7800803309) Cherry keyboard (G83-6105IRNFR-2/05) Logitech EX100 wireless keyboard/mouse (P/N 820-002657 - P/N 810-001806) Logitech MK520 Wireless keyboard/mouse (P/N 820-002864 - P/ N 910-001878) Microsoft ARC keyboard + mouse (S/N 0204400159959 - P/N X817620-017) Microsoft Business hardware pack, wired keyboard/mouse (S/N 7619804075138 - P/N X800472-114) Microsoft Laser desktop 6000+mouse (S/N 7796700513657 - P/N X803468-014) Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse 4000 P/N X811684-004 - P/N X806443-004) Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse 5000 (S/N 0200800501627 P/N X820594-003) Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2000 (P/N X821682-001) Wyse Keyboard PS/2 Wyse USB keyboard BENQ external DVD-ROM Maxtor Basics External Portable Hard Drive 250G Pioneer external DVD-ROM USB Disk YDstar external DVD-ROM Acer V233Hbd (1920 x 1080) Dell 1704FPT Dell 2001FP Dell 2007FPb Dell 2408WFPb ELO entuitive (Touch Screen) (E993101) Hanns.G Hi221D MicroTouch 3M Philip 240PW9 (1920x1200) SAMSUNG SyncMaster T220+ ViewSonic VP2030b ViewSonic VP2365WB ViewSonic VX2433wm (1920 x 1080)

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Chapter 3 Tested Peripherals, Continued Device Category Printer Models USB Earphone USB Hub USB Pen Drive USB Webcam Epson LQ_20K HP Color LaserJet CM1312MFP (CC430A) HP Laser Jet P2035 (CE461A) HP Laser Jet P2055D HP LaserJet 6L OKIPOS 425D Series Dual-Roll Multi-Task Xerox Phaser 6130 (Validated as Local printer) (HAT044231E/ 100S12604) AONI USB-526MV LG-NORTEL Deskphone IP8501 Logitech A-00015 G330 Logitech A-0356A Logitech G330 (PN 881-000065) Logitech S-150 Logitech USB Handsets Logitech USB Wireless Handsets Microsoft LifeChat LX-300 USB earphone Plantronics Audio 625 USB (PN 76810-01) Plantronics BLACKWIRE C420 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C610 Plantronics BLACKWIRE C620 Plantronics D100 Wireless Plantronics DA40 Plantronics DA45 Plantronics P420 Speakerphone Plantronics P820 Plantronics PLT USB Adapter 02 POLYCOM Deskphone CX200 SONIC EV-87 I-ball USB 4-port hub Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB Lenovo 4 GB SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1 GB (P/N SDCZ6-1024-A10) SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB 2.0 Flash Drive 1G SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB 2.0 Flash Drive 2G Logitech USB Webcam 9000 Logitech C310 (P/N 860-000259) Microsoft LifeCam 3.0 Cinema (P/N X821404-001)

Release 7.1 Build 033 Table 41 Tested Peripherals, Continued Device Category USB-to-Parallel Converter USB-to-Serial Converter Wireless Models MCT USB-to-Parallel converter 1284 MCT USB-to-Serial converter U232-P9 Linksys WAP4410N (S/N-ASK08J501497) Wyse VT6656 USB 802.12 b/g Wireless LAN Network Adapter (920300-51L)

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Supported Resolutions
Tip All resolutions support 16-bit and 32-bit color depth. 640 x 480 800 x 600 852 x 480 (S10 only) 1024 x 768 1152 x 864 (S10 not supported) 1280 x 720 (S10 not supported) 1280 x 768 (S10 not supported) 1280 x 1024 1360 x 768 1366 x 768 1368 x 768 (S10 not supported) 1400 x 1050 1440 x 900 1600 x 900 1600 x 1200 1680 x 1050 1920 x 1080 (S10 not supported) 1920 x 1200 (S10 not supported) 1920 x 1440 (R10L only) 2560 x 1600 (R10L only)

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Tables
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 VMware View Security Error Handling Results 4 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) C10LE English (us) Build Details 14 R10L English (us) Build Details 14 S10 English (us) RCA_wnos Build Details 14 S10 English (us) RCA_boot Build Details 15 T10 English (us) Build Details 15 V10LE English (us) Build Details 15 Supported Codecs 16 Tested Peripherals 17 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) T10 English (us) Build Details 23 T10 Japanese (jp) Build Details 23 Supported Codecs 24 Tested Peripherals 25 Hardware Acceleration Details 26 Device and Redirection Method 31 Wireless IEEE 802.11n 34 New and Modified INI Parameters/Options (defaults in bold) C10LE English (us) Build Details 46 C10LE Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details 46 C10LE Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details 47 C10LE Japanese (jp) Build Details 47 R10L English (us) Build Details 48 R10L Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details 48 R10L Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details 49 R10L Japanese (jp) Build Details 49 S10 English (us) Build Details 50 S10 Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details 50 S10 Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details 51 S10 Japanese (jp) Build Details 51 V10LE English (us) Build Details 52 V10LE Chinese Simplified (gb) Build Details 52 V10LE Chinese Traditional (b5) Build Details 53 V10LE Japanese (jp) Build Details 53 C10LE BIOS Details 54 R10L BIOS Details 54 S10 BIOS Details 54 V10LE BIOS Details 55 Supported Codecs 56 Tested Peripherals 57 5

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