Reboot Wyse ThinOS device outside WDM

Step 1: Enable SNMP via Global INI Service=snmpd disable=no community=public Note: Reboot the wyse client after the ini is set. Step 2: Send reboot command via snmpset snmpset.exe -r:10.20.30.15 -c:”public” -o:.1.3.6.1.4.1.714.1.2.6.1.1.0 -val:0 -tp:int for snmpset please visit https://syslogwatcher.com/cmd-tools/snmp-set/ Reboot immediately -val:0  Reboot with a minute delay -val:1 Parameters -r:host Name or network address (IPv4/IPv6) of remote host. […]

Wyse Device Manager(WDM) – Push Screen Resolution Setting – XPe/WES

Requirements windows screen resolution changing program that does it via command line arguments Multires.exe from http://entechtaiwan.com pskill.exe My VBscript code to make the logic handling easy Finally wrapping everything with a Wyse rapport script VBScript Code ‘========================================================================== ‘ NAME: ChangeScreenRes.vbs ‘ ‘ AUTHOR: Smulpuru , ‘ DATE : 7/5/2012 ‘ ‘ COMMENT: ‘ ‘========================================================================== Dim […]

MAKE YOUR OWN XP THINCLIENT USING CITRIX DESKTOP LOCK WITHOUT JOINING TO A DOMAIN – XENITH LOOK AND FEEL

Procedure is as follows Login using the Administrator account to the thinclient and disable write filter Set the RAM Drive size to max possible and restart Install Citrix Receiver Enterprise msi and skip when asked for url; Grab CitrixDesktopLock.msi from XenDesktop installation media Citrix Receiver and Plug-ins\Windows\Receiver\CitrixDesktopLock.msi extract the contents of msi to ICAClient program […]

Know EndPoint OS Family with in XenDesktop

Registry Key Holding the Data [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Ica\Session\1\Connection] “ClientProductId”=dword:000080e1 Corresponding Values OS Family HEX Decimal Android 0x54 84 Blackberry 0x55 85 CitrixConsole 3 3 DOS32 14 20 EPOC 10 16 internet 0x101 257 iOS 0x53 83 Java 0x105 261 LinuxUnix 0x51 81 Mac 0x52 82 MVGATerminals 7 7 OS2 11 17 TextTerminals 4 4 ThinOS 0x80e1 32993 […]

Force Redirect USB Devices (MIC/WebCam) in Xenith

By default Xenith does a mapping for the devices it finds as audio and video inside XenDesktop even though they are USB devices; this article covers how to force Xenith to make those devices pass-though. Section for xen.ini ;************************************************************* ;* USB Force Redirect * ;************************************************************* ;Andrea Headset Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x0556,0x0001,0x03,0x01,0x01 ;Logitech C920 Webcam Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x046d,0x082d,0x03,0x01,0x01 where […]