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BY BOUNDLESS TECHNOLOGIES

ADDS 5300 Linux-Based
Terminal

User’s Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Product Overview ............................................................................................................3
1.1 LBTs .......................................................................................................................3
1.2 Terminal Specifications ...........................................................................................3
1.3 Terminal Features...................................................................................................4
1.4 Terminal Overview ..................................................................................................4
1.4.1 Connecting the Terminal ................................................................................4
1.4.2 Connector Descriptions ..................................................................................5
2 Initial Terminal Setup.......................................................................................................7
2.1 Hot-keys Functions .................................................................................................7
2.2 Setup Wizard ..........................................................................................................7
2.2.1 Display Settings..............................................................................................7
2.2.2 Locale.............................................................................................................8
2.2.3 Network Configuration ....................................................................................8
2.2.3.1 Specify an IP address ................................................................................9
2.2.3.2 Name Servers ............................................................................................9
2.2.4 Finishing the Setup Wizard...........................................................................10
3 Connections Management.............................................................................................11
3.1 Using the Connections Properties Sheet...............................................................11
3.2 Using the Configure Properties Sheet ...................................................................12
3.3 Creating New Connections ...................................................................................12
3.3.1 Choosing a Connection Protocol ..................................................................13
3.4 RDP Connections .................................................................................................14
3.4.1 General ........................................................................................................14
3.4.2 Display .........................................................................................................14
3.4.3 Local Resources...........................................................................................15
3.4.4 Programs......................................................................................................15
3.4.5 Performance.................................................................................................16
3.5 ICA Connections ...................................................................................................16
3.5.1 Creating a New ICA Connection Entry..........................................................16
3.5.1.1 Creating a new connection entry ..............................................................16
3.5.1.2 Click Server to connect to a server or Published Application to connect to a
published application.................................................................................................17
3.5.2 Connecting to a Citrix Server........................................................................17
3.5.2.1 To start a previously defined connection ..................................................17
3.5.3 Changing a Connection Entry.......................................................................18
3.5.3.1 Changing the properties of a connection entry .........................................18
3.5.3.2 Specifying an Application to Run after Connecting to a Citrix Server .......19
3.5.3.3 Specifying Logon Information ...................................................................20
3.5.3.4 Changing Window Properties ...................................................................20
3.5.3.5 Setting Connection Entry Options ............................................................21
3.5.3.6 Configuring Firewall Settings....................................................................22
3.6 Web Browser Connection .....................................................................................23
3.6.1 To Make a New Web Browser Connection ...................................................23
3.6.2 Starting a Web Browser Connection.............................................................24
3.7 X11 Client .............................................................................................................24
3.8 Shell Script Editor .................................................................................................25
3.8.1 Make a Shell Script.......................................................................................25
3.9 Termtek Emulation................................................................................................26
3.10 SSH Client ............................................................................................................27
3.11 NX Client...............................................................................................................29
3.12 Tarantella..............................................................................................................32
3.13 Telnet Client..........................................................................................................33
3.14 RSH (Remote Shell) .............................................................................................34
3.15 Go-Global WinServer Client..................................................................................35
4 Terminal Properties .......................................................................................................38
4.1 General Tab ..........................................................................................................38
4.1.1 Reset the terminal to factory-default property settings..................................38
4.2 Display Configuration ............................................................................................38
4.2.1 Enable Screen Saver....................................................................................39
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4.3 Control Panel Tab .................................................................................................40
4.3.1 System .........................................................................................................40
4.3.2 Keyboard Properties.....................................................................................41
4.3.3 Locale...........................................................................................................41
4.3.4 Repeat..........................................................................................................41
4.3.5 Sound Volume..............................................................................................41
4.3.6 Date/Time Properties....................................................................................42
4.3.7 NFS ..............................................................................................................42
4.3.8 FTP Update ..................................................................................................43
4.3.9 Thin Printer...................................................................................................43
4.3.10 Security Control ............................................................................................44
4.3.11 Network Configuration ..................................................................................45
4.3.12 Startup..........................................................................................................45
4.3.13 WMMode ......................................................................................................45
4.3.14 Printer...........................................................................................................46
4.3.15 User Interface Language ..............................................................................47
4.3.16 Remove Local Storage .................................................................................47
4.3.17 Font Server Setting.......................................................................................48
4.3.18 Network Disk Mount .....................................................................................48
4.3.19 File Sharing ..................................................................................................49
4.3.20 Samba Setup................................................................................................49
4.3.21 Mouse ..........................................................................................................49
4.3.22 USB Manager...............................................................................................50
4.3.23 RM Manager.................................................................................................50
5 Advanced Function........................................................................................................52
5.1 VNC Client Viewer ................................................................................................52
5.2 xterm.....................................................................................................................53
5.3 System Info. ..........................................................................................................53
5.3.1 CPU Info.......................................................................................................54
5.3.2 Memory Info .................................................................................................54
6 Desktop Mode ...............................................................................................................55
6.1 Connections ..........................................................................................................55
6.1.1 RDP Connection...........................................................................................55
6.1.1.1 General ....................................................................................................55
6.1.1.2 Display .....................................................................................................56
6.1.1.3 Local Resources ......................................................................................56
6.1.1.4 Programs .................................................................................................57
6.1.1.5 Performance.............................................................................................57
6.1.2 ICA Connection ............................................................................................57
6.1.2.1 Creating a New ICA Connection Entry .....................................................58
6.1.2.2 Connecting to a Citrix Server....................................................................59
6.1.2.3 Changing a Connection Entry...................................................................59
6.1.2.3.1 Configuring Network Properties .........................................................60
6.1.2.3.2 Improving Performance over a Low-Bandwidth Connection...............60
6.1.2.3.3 Specifying an Application to Run at Connection.................................62
6.1.2.3.4 Changing the Window Properties.......................................................63
6.1.2.3.5 Configuring Login Properties..............................................................63
6.1.2.4 Changing Default Settings........................................................................64
6.1.2.4.1 Changing Settings for the Disk Cache ...............................................64
6.1.2.4.2 Configuring Auto Client Reconnect ....................................................65
6.1.2.4.3 Configuring Server Location and Business Recovery ........................66
6.1.2.4.4 Configuring Hotkeys...........................................................................67
6.1.2.4.5 Configuring Preferences ....................................................................67
6.1.3 VNC Client Viewer........................................................................................68
6.1.4 WEB Browser ...............................................................................................69
6.2 Connection manager.............................................................................................69
6.3 Control Panel ........................................................................................................69

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0 + TSE+ Citrix Metaframe Microsoft Windows 2000 + Citrix Metaframe. expandable to 1GB Flash upgrade utility via Ethernet Resolution Resolution up to 1600x1200 / 100 Hz 32 bit. Multiple auto-startup support Server Operating System RDP: Support Microsoft Windows NT4. IBM5250. Video Memory Graphics utilizes system RAM Audio Support Full 16 bit stereo FM synthesis. RDP is the Windows CE-based protocol for connecting to Windows terminal servers. simple start-up wizard for set-up Configurable automatic login.1 Product Overview 1. Microsoft Windows XP with RDP protocol ICA: Citrix Winframe Microsoft Windows NT4.0 + TSE. 1. or Windows NT applications server via ICA (Independent Computing Architecture). IBM3270. Twisted Pair (RJ45) TCP/IP with DNS. ____________________ 3 ADDS 5300 Linux .2K bps One Display Port Analogue VGA type video output (DB-15) USB Port Four USB ports Audio Port Line out. Multi-language KB support. allowing an application's user interface to execute on a Linux -based terminal while the application's logic executes on the server. Terminal Emulations Console ANSI. up to 115. Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Family. Wyse 120/60/50+/325 Support TVI 925. Microphone In KB & Mouse Interface Enhanced PS/2 keyboard and mouse interface Operation System Linux Embedded Set-up & Configuration Local power-on boot.1 LBTs LBTs (Linux -based Terminals) are designed to connect to WTS (Windows Terminal Server) servers via RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). VT 420/320/220/100/52. Microsoft Windows 2000/ Windows 2003 + Citrix MetaframeXP. ICA is a distributed presentation services protocol for Windows NT server. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Family. DB-25 One Serial Port DB-9 pin male connector with RS-232C. 8 bit mini Microphone in Networking Protocols 10/100 Base T Fast Ethernet. ADDS A2. DHCP and PPP Load balancing supported by Citrix ICA Remote modem dial up with Citrix ICA Communications Protocols MS RDP / Citrix ICA One Parallel Port Bi-directional centronics compatible.2 Terminal Specifications CPU AMD Geode LX700 / LX800 (433 MHz / 500 MHz) RAM DDR SO-DIMM 200 pins support DDR266/333/400 Up to 512MB Flash Memory 64MB CF card standard. TVI 910+.

CB.4 Terminal Overview 1. CUL. C-TICK. non-condensing Operating Altitude 0 to 2. Connect the mouse to the mouse connector. Safety Power Brick UL1950.4.83m) Environmental Operating Temperature 5 to 40℃ (41 to 104℉) Non-operating -40to 60℃ (-40 to 150℉) Temperature Operating Humidity 10% to 90%. CE. Connect the 10/100-T network cable to the RJ-45 network connector. E.3 Terminal Features Physical Characteristics Height 190 mm (7. TUV. B.000 ft ASL Regulatory EMC Terminal/Power Brick FCC B.08 lbs) Power Cord 6 ft (1. C. Installation 1.000 ft ASL Nonoperating Altitude 0 to 40. ____________________ 4 ADDS 5300 Linux . Connect the keyboard to the keyboard connector. Connect the power cord to the power connector with DC Adapter.57 in) Depth 140 mm (5.51 in) Net Weight 700 g (1.1 Connecting the Terminal Follow these instructions to connect the terminal to its peripheral devices: A. D. BSMI.48 in) Width 40 mm (1.1. CB IEC60950. Connect the power cord and the adapter to the power connector with DC Adapter.

USB Port These connectors can be used for the USB devices.2 Connector Descriptions Power Switch The Power Switch key to turn ON/OFF the WBT. Micro phone input connector. Audio output Connector This connector is used to connect to an outward speaker. ____________________ 5 ADDS 5300 Linux .1. CAUTION Please use foot stand properly in order to make better thermal performance as thin client is kind of fanless solution. Do not put any substances to influence venting holes function. Parallel Port Connector This connector can be used for a printer connection.4. especially at horizontal position.

0 Port These connectors can be used for the USB devices.RJ-45 Network Connector This connector can be used to connect the built-in 32-bit 10/100-T Ethernet network LAN Controller to a host or Hub. Power Connector This connector is for connecting the power cord with the terminal and the DC Adapter. VGA Connector This connector is for displaying on a standard VGA compatible device. PS/2 Mouse Connector This connector is for a mouse using a PS/2 plug (mini DIN). USB 2. PS/2 Keyboard Connector This connector is for a standard keyboard using a PS/2 plug (mini DIN). Serial Port Connectors These connectors can be used for the serial device such as a modem device. ____________________ 6 ADDS 5300 Linux .

2. Any future changes can be made using the Terminal Properties dialog box. Ctrl+Alt+Home: Use this function to activate the Start menu.2 Setup Wizard The Setup Wizard lets you set terminal network configuration and terminal display parameters. General 2. There are seven dialog boxes that display in succession during the process.2 Initial Terminal Setup 2.1 Display Settings The monitor supports several kinds of resolutions. 2. ____________________ 7 ADDS 5300 Linux . You can launch this dialog box anywhere in the program at any time by pressing the [F2] key.1 Hot-keys Functions Ctrl+Alt+Up/Down Arrow Use this function to switch sessions. Some dialog boxes are informational and require no user input. Other dialog boxes will prompt you for network and display information. If you want to test it. choose the desired resolution from the list box and click Test. Each dialog box is self-explanatory. Ctrl+Alt+End: Use this function to go back to the Windows list.

2. 2. The DHCP will automatically assign an IP address that is drawn from a pool of available IP addresses. If your network provides DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) service and you want it to provide the terminals IP information. or if the unit is not properly connected to the network. The terminal can get its IP address through a DHCP service by default. when a terminal unit is powered on and a request is broadcast over the network. The option is selected automatically if your network does not provide a DHCP service. 2. select the second option. Use the IP information supplied by DHCP. If you need to specify static IP address for the terminal. IP Address ____________________ 8 ADDS 5300 Linux .2. leave the first option selected. In these cases.2 Locale Set up the keyboard locale for the local device. leave the second option selected.3.1 Use the IP information supplied by DHCP. If the network is using TCP/IP as a communication protocol. these identifiers are called IP addresses.2.3 Network Configuration Network attached device must contain a unique network identifier.2. The next few steps will allow you to choose the method you wish to assign your IP address with.

1 Specify an IP address If the method you selected on the previous screen was to enter static IP address. The format will follow the standard addressing format. This screen allows the terminal unit to use one or both of these resolution services. To enable DNS. Subnet Mask Required for designating which network the IP address is a part of. Click OK.3.2.2.2 Name Servers The screen shown below will appear only if you choose the Static IP Addressing method. IP address Required for identifying this unit to the network. Name Servers ____________________ 9 ADDS 5300 Linux . In the text boxes. or both. WINS.2. check the corresponding box.3. The DHCP method will provide this information required using a name resolution service. Gateway Optional address which identifies the machine through which a subnet communicates with another network. Specify an IP Address 2. You will be required to enter the following information onto the screen. Terminal servers typically support both DNS (Domain Naming Service) and WINS (Windows Internet Naming Service) name resolution services. the screen shown below will then appear. enter the following information as appropriate for each.

2. to apply the settings. To change these settings after you have finished the Setup Wizard. Finish ____________________ 10 ADDS 5300 Linux . click Back. click Finish.2. press [F2] key to display the Terminal Properties sheet.4 Finishing the Setup Wizard To review or change settings made on previous pages.

please refer to section 4.3. and select Connection Manager to open the manager as shown below. ____________________ 11 ADDS 5300 Linux .3 Connections Management The Terminal Connection Manager dialog box is designed to help you manage your terminal's network connections. If in desktop mode.Terminal Conenction Manager dialog will not appear automatically after boot. then you can select the connection you wish you to make. (To change modes. and consists of the Connections properties sheet and the Configure properties sheet. The dialog box displays after boot. The following figure shows the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. then go in Connections. The following figure shows the Connections properties sheet.11) Terminal Connection Manager 3. click on Start.1 Using the Connections Properties Sheet The functions of the Connections properties sheet are used to make (connect to) terminal network connections. to connect to terminal network connections. click on Start. Connections tab does not exist in desktop mode.

3.2 Using the Configure Properties Sheet The Configure properties sheet allows the user to Add.Connections Properties Sheet 3. This dialog box is invoked by: Clicking on the Configure tab in the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. Configure Properties Sheet Figure as above is a screenshot of LBT running in Desktop mode.3 Creating New Connections The New Connection dialog box is used to create new network connections. and configure connections. The following figure shows the Configure properties sheet. The following figure shows the New Connection dialog box. ____________________ 12 ADDS 5300 Linux . Delete. Clicking on Add command button on the Configure properties sheet. Edit.

There are thirteen connection protocols available.6 for the Internet applications. Please refer to section 3. through which connects to a WBT (Linux -Based Terminal) server. It depends on the capacity of the RAM of your WBT. Refer to chapter 5.5 for ICA Connections. Refer to chapter 3. ‹ Citrix ICA Client ICA (Independent Computing Architecture) protocol. Please refer to section 3. ‹ VNC Viewer VNC (Virtual Network Computing) protocol. Refer to chapter 3. ‹ X11 The X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP) is used by X terminals (and X servers in general) to set up an X session with a remote system over the network. Refer to chapter 3.4 for RDP Connections.1 for all details. they are as follow: ‹ Microsoft Remote Desktop Client RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) protocol.9 for further detail. you are deciding which connection protocol you want to use to connect to a server. There are different versions of Mozilla in Linux LBTs. When you choose from the list above.3. Please refer to section 3.7 for further detail ‹ Shell Script Editor a powerful tool to setup Linux shell script in connection manager. ‹ SSH Client SSH (Secure Shell) is a secure way to log into another computer over a network. through which connects to an ICA (Winframe/Metaframe) server. You can write the script in the connection. and run the connection to execute the script. you can execute commands in remote machine as well as transfer files to and from the remote machine.8 for more detail. ‹ Web Browser Connects to the Internet directly via Mozilla. through which connects to a VNC (WinVNC) server. Refer to section 3.10 for further detail.1 Choosing a Connection Protocol Use the scroll list shown in the dialog box above to select the type of connection protocol you want.New Connection Dialog Box 3. ‹ Termtek Emulation Termtek Emulation is powerful tool to setup emulation of ANSI&ASCII and IBM emulation. ____________________ 13 ADDS 5300 Linux .

‹ Go-Global Windows Server Client Go-Global is a fast remote access solution.11 for further detail. and on another computer across the computer network.2 Display You can choose the size of your remote desktop and set the color quality.14 for further detail.4. 3.4 RDP Connections 3. secure way to web-enable applications. Please refer to section 3. You can execute commands through the Telnet and they will be executed as if you were entering them directly on the server console. ‹ RSH RSH (Remote Shell) is a command line program. Please refer to section 3. ‹ Tarantella Tarantella software is a scalable. Please refer to section 3. 3. Password. it’s a lightweight mean to carry with you the power of your office workstations installed with NX Server. ‹ Telnet Telnet is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area network LAN connections.‹ NX Client NX Client is a fast remote access solution.12 for further detail. User name. You can execute shell commands as another user.15 for further detail. ____________________ 14 ADDS 5300 Linux .1 General You can type the Computer name.4. and Domain on this page. It provides instant access to Windows applications from any device or platform. without a rewrite. Please refer to section 3. Please refer to section 3.13 for further detail.

3 Local Resources You can set the sound on this page. ____________________ 15 ADDS 5300 Linux . you can click Start the following program on connection .4 Programs If you want to start a program while connection.4. You can also specify path and file name when you specify a program. Choosing “Bring to this computer”. It could bring the sounds from the server to the client device.4. 3.3.

4.3.5. See “Changing a Connection Entry” for more information on changing the other properties for a connection entry.5.1 Creating a new connection entry a. NOTE: This procedure describes the simplest way to create a connection entry. you can run any applications available on the desktop. Citrix server connections let you access the desktop of a specific Citrix server. Click OK.1. ‹ Published applications are specific applications set up by an administrator for remote users to run. ____________________ 16 ADDS 5300 Linux . 3. c. Click Add.1 Creating a New ICA Connection Entry You can configure and run two types of ICA sessions:Citrix server connections and published applications.5 ICA Connections Use this application to create a Citrix ICA connection. When connected. In the New Connection dialog box. click the Configure tab. 3. you are presented with the application itself. b. 3. ‹ Citrix server connections allow you to remotely control a session on a Citrix server from your WBT. When you follow these steps. In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. you set the essential items you need to connect to a Citrix server from your WBT. in any order. Choose the Network Connection or Dial-In Connection for the remote application.5 Performance The Performance properties sheet allows you to optimize the performance with connections. click the list box and select Citrix ICA Client.

In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box.5. type the name or IP address of the MetaFrame server or select the name from the pop-up menu to the right of the Server field.1. click the Connections tab. type a unique description for the entry. b.1 To start a previously defined connection a.5. If you have selected a server or published application from the pop-up menu. If you have typed the name of the MetaFrame server or published application.2 Click Server to connect to a server or Published Application to connect to a published application.2 Connecting to a Citrix Server 3. Click Server or Published Application. a default description is automatically added. a. c. then server logon dialog box will appear.2. d. If you specified a valid user name and password in the connection entry. Click OK to save the entry or Cancel to exit the Properties dialog box without saving the entry. For a server connection.3.5. If no user name and password are present in the entry or if the information entered previously are invalid. The description is used to identify the connection in the Citrix ICA Client window. you are logged in as that user. Enter a valid user name and password for the Citrix server and click “OK” to log on. ____________________ 17 ADDS 5300 Linux . Select the desired connection name and click Connect. —or— For a published application. 3. type the name of the published application or select the name from the pop-up menu to the right of the Server field. b. in the Description field.

a. see section 3.1 Changing the properties of a connection entry In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. The Edit Connection Details dialog box contains the following tabs: a. Click the name of the connection entry that you want to change. click the Configure tab.3. c. where you can set the server or published application name to which to connect. b. The Logon tab.2 “Specifying an Application to Run after Connecting to a Citrix Server” for more information. Click Edit to display the Edit Connection Details dialog box. c. The Server tab. password.5. d.3 Changing a Connection Entry This section describes how to change properties for an existing connection entry.5. where you can specify an application to run after connecting to a Citrix server. Make the desired changes. where you can set the user name.3.5.3. The Application tab. Click OK to save your changes. 3. b. and domain to log in to the Citrix ____________________ 18 ADDS 5300 Linux .

specify the path and file name of the application to be run after connecting to the Citrix server. the C:\My Documents directory is displayed. 3.3. NOTE: This tab does not apply to connection entries for published applications.exe e. where you can set the number of colors used for the ICA Client window. If you specify an application. see section 3. if you select Open from the File menu. When you log on to the Citrix server. Select the connection entry that you want to change and click Edit. The Window tab. The Options tab. specify the working directory to be used with the application. see section 3. f.3 “Specifying Logon Information” for more information. server automatically. b.3.4 “Changing the Window Properties” for more information. If you use Notepad to work on documents in the C:\My Documents directory. see section 3. Notepad begins. d. type: C:\Wtsrv\Notepad. a.5 “Setting Connection Entry Options” for more information. For example. Click the Application tab. Any value entered is ignored. click Configure. where you can control the connection between the Citrix server and your WBT and configure sound support. In the Working Directory box.2 Specifying an Application to Run after Connecting to a Citrix Server Use the Application tab to specify an application to run after connecting to a Citrix server. c. e. where you can configure the client to use a SOCKS proxy and alternate address re-mapping. In Notepad. you will not see the Windows desktop when you connect and the connection is closed when you exit the application.3.5.3. Click OK to save your changes.5.6 “Configuring Firewall Settings” for more information.5. In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. to launch Notepad automatically after connection . The Firewall Settings tab. f. d. ____________________ 19 ADDS 5300 Linux .5. In the Command Line box. type C:\My Documents.5.3. see section 3.

3 Specifying Logon Information You can include the settings needed to log on to the Citrix server as part of the connection entry. Type a valid user name.5. click Configure. and password each time you connect to the Citrix server or published application. click Configure. domain. d. Click the Window tab. Click OK to save your changes. c. ____________________ 20 ADDS 5300 Linux . a. 3. b. Click the Logon tab. domain.4 Changing Window Properties Use the Window tab to change the number of colors to use for ICA connections made using the connection entry.3. Select the connection entry that you want to change and click Edit. If you leave these boxes blank.3. and password.5.3. In Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. a. c. This saves time when connecting to the server but is less secure. b. you are prompted for your user name. Select the connection entry that you want to change and click Edit. In Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. e.

enabling compression can increase performance. Click OK to save your changes. In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box.d. 3. 256. leave compression off to conserve processing power on the Citrix server. If you have sufficient bandwidth. a. you can set the number of window colors to 16. click Configure. If your connection is bandwidth-limited. In the Window Colors box. Click the Options tab. d. ____________________ 21 ADDS 5300 Linux . c. b. If your client device is on a high-speed LAN. 32 Thousand or 16 Million. such as data compression and sound support. Use Data Compression Click Use Data Compression to reduce the amount of data transferring between the ICA Client and the Citrix server. Select the connection entry that you want to change and click Edit.3. you may not need compression.5. e.5 Setting Connection Entry Options Use the Options tab to set options specific to the connection entry.

You can configure a default SOCKS proxy for all connections or use only one SOCKS proxy with a specific connection file. including most modem connections. set mode to On to decrease the delay between user input and screen display. if you are connecting over a LAN). Medium. h.5. Compression of sound data provides greater bandwidth efficiency but reduces sound quality somewhat.e.6 Configuring Firewall Settings If you are using a SOCKS proxy server to limit access to your Citrix servers. set the mode to Auto to turn SpeedScreen on or off depending on the latency of the connection. effectively shielding you from experiencing latency on the network. This mode provides the greatest audio quality but should be used only when bandwidth consumption is not a concern. Speed Screen Latency Reduction SpeedScreen Latency Reduction improves performance over high latency connections by providing instant feedback to the user in response to typed data or mouse clicks. Low. Click OK to save your changes. you must configure the ICA Client to connect to Citrix servers through a SOCKS proxy server. For faster connections (for example. From the pull-down list. You can override Auto mode using the Toggle Speed Screen hotkey. NOTE: SpeedScreen Latency Reduction will work only when it is available on the MetaFrame server you are connecting to and has been enabled. See your MetaFrame server documentation for more details. Enable the Bitmap Cache Bitmap caching stores commonly-used bitmaps (images) locally on your client so that they do not have to be transferring over the ICA connection every time they are needed. select one of the following quality levels. f. If you are not certain of the connection speed. This mode offers the most efficient use of bandwidth but also decreases sound quality severely. Using this mode results in less bandwidth consumption than when using High. Local Text Echo and Mouse Click Feedback. g. NOTE: Local text echo does not support input using IME. set mode to Off. c. To change Speed Screen settings In the Speed Screen section there are two list boxes. This value is recommended for most LAN-based connections. Enable Sound Click Enable Sound to enable sound support. To do the former one please refer to the section ‹ To configure a SOCKS proxy server for a specific connection entry ____________________ 22 ADDS 5300 Linux . b. Select a mode from the drop-down list: a. Mouse Click Feedback provides visual feedback of a mouse click. Local Text Echo accelerates display of the input text. . This value is recommended for low-bandwidth connections.3. in that the mouse pointer is immediately changed to an hourglass indicator. High. For slower connections (for example if you are connecting over a WAN or a dial-in connection). 3.

click on Add to add a new connection. 3. f. Click the Firewall Settings tab. a. click Configure. In the Port box. enter the SOCKS proxy server’s IP address. This WBT is equipped with a CPU of outstanding speed to offer you a local browser session you never experiences before. enter the proxy server's port number (if different than 1080). check your vender for this support before your purchase. In the Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. e. b. Then click on OK to continue. scroll through the list in the box. choose Web Browser. In the Proxy Address box. g. Click OK to save your changes. 3. d.1 To Make a New Web Browser Connection To make a new connection follow the steps below: In Terminal Connection Manager dialog box click on Configure tab. c.6 Web Browser Connection This is an optional function for your WBT. ____________________ 23 ADDS 5300 Linux . Select the connection entry that you wish to change and click Edit. Select Socks for Proxy Type. This local browser connection will require more RAM utilization and powerful CPU to have better performance.6.

After filling out the Server IP. first enter the Terminal Connection Manager. click on OK to complete this connection. This Web connection will now show on the Terminal Connection Manager. click OK button to connect. If your network settings have been correctly set up then this will work.2 Starting a Web Browser Connection To start this connection.6.7 X11 Client The X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP) is used by X terminals (and X servers in general) to set up an X session with a remote system over the network. double click this Web connection. ____________________ 24 ADDS 5300 Linux .The following figure shall now appear. then click on Connections tab. 3. 3. Type the connection name and connection URL.

1 Make a Shell Script To make a new connection follow the steps below: In Terminal Connection Manager dialog box click on Configure tab. Then click on OK to continue.XDMCP 3. 3. ____________________ 25 ADDS 5300 Linux . and run the connection to execute the script. click on Add to add a new connection. choose Shell Script Editor. scroll through the list in the box. You can write the script in the connection.8.8 Shell Script Editor This is a powerful tool to setup Linux shell script in connection manager.

3. Then click OK to continue. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager. Type the script name and script command. click on OK to complete this script. This Shell Script will now show on the Terminal Connection Manager. ____________________ 26 ADDS 5300 Linux .9 Termtek Emulation To create a new connection. Select Termtek Emulation as the new connection you would like to add. The following figure shows the shell script running. user can edit existing Script Files. Press Import Scirpt.The following figure shall now appear.

In first time to connect. Then click OK to continue. In next time to connect. When you open this connection which you can login to server directly. Enter the Connection name. The “X11 Forwarding” is how to log into a remote computer over a network. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager. Select SSH Client as the new connection you would like to add. SSH server and Username you would like to log in the server with.Public Key : To connect in first time. you can execute commands in remote machine as well as transfer files to and from the remote machine. z Login Method . In order to set the public key to server. and get a graphical user interface while lessening the chances of other people eavesdropping in on your personal data.10 SSH Client SSH (Secure Shell) is a secure way to log into another computer over a network.Password : Enter the password for SSH. The window below will then pop up. . you must type twice of password for login server. You can select “Password” or “Public Key” that you want to authenticate for login server. you will login directly ____________________ 27 ADDS 5300 Linux . To create a new connection. all data between the client and server is encrypted.3. However unlike telnet.

To connect. double click the SSH connection just created. ____________________ 28 ADDS 5300 Linux . In desktop mode go to Start -> Connections -> then select the SSH connection you wish to connect to. under Connection tab in Connection Manager. in WBT mode.

____________________ 29 ADDS 5300 Linux . Enter the session name. Then click OK to continue. To create a new connection. You are then required to enter the server name the port you are going to connect to. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager.3. NX Connection will then start.11 NX Client NX Client is a fast remote access solution. press next to continue. configuration settings will be saved with this name. Select NX Client as the new connection you would like to add. it’s a lightweight mean to carry with you the power of your office workstations installed with NX Server.

After setting up the wizard. login window will then pop up requesting your login name and password. To launch the connection in future. Click finish to finish NX Connection Wizard. go to Start-> Connections -> then select the NX connection u created before.Check the boxes if you wish to create shortcut on desktop or configure advance settings. ____________________ 30 ADDS 5300 Linux .

the client will attempt to establish connection with the server.After entering your login details. ____________________ 31 ADDS 5300 Linux . A screenshot of a NX connection.

the location of the server. To make the connection. without a rewrite. ____________________ 32 ADDS 5300 Linux . go to Start -> Connections then select the Tarantella connection you would like to connect to. Select Tarantella Client as the new connection you would like to add. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager.12 Tarantella Tarantella software is a scalable. secure way to web-enable applications. and the username you will be logging in as.3. Type in the name you would like to name this connection as. Then click OK to continue. To create a new connection. Press OK to continue.

The window below will then pop up. You can execute commands through the Telnet and they will be executed as if you were entering them directly on the server console. 3. ____________________ 33 ADDS 5300 Linux . press OK to connect.13 Telnet Client Telnet is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area network LAN connections. Select Telnet Client as the new connection you would like to add. Then click OK to continue. Telnet server and Username you would like to log in the server with. To create a new connection. Enter the Connection name. After entering your password. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager.The next window will then request for the password for the username you will be logging in as.

Enter the Connection name. 3. ____________________ 34 ADDS 5300 Linux . In desktop mode go to Start -> Connections -> then select the Telnet connection you wish to connect to. Select RSH Client as the new connection you would like to add. and on another computer across the computer network. RSH server and Username you would like to log in the server with. Then click OK to continue. The window below will then pop up. You can execute shell commands as another user. double click the Telnet connection just created. in WBT mode.14 RSH (Remote Shell) RSH (Remote Shell) is a command line program.To connect. To create a new connection. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager. under Connection tab in Connection Manager.

Then click OK to continue. double click the RSH connection just created.To connect. To create a new connection. under Connection tab in Connection Manager. ____________________ 35 ADDS 5300 Linux . 3. It provides instant access to Windows applications from any device or platform. in WBT mode.15 Go-Global WinServer Client Go-Global is a fast remote access solution. In desktop mode go to Start -> Connections -> then select the RSH connection you wish to connect to. Select GO-Global WinServer Client as the new connection you would like to add. click Add under the Configure tab in Connection Manager.

GO-Global client for Windows Server will then start. Enter the Connection name and Connection URL you would like to log in the server with. in WBT mode. To connect. press connect to continue. under Connection tab in Connection Manager. ____________________ 36 ADDS 5300 Linux .The window below will then pop up. In desktop mode go to Start -> Connections -> then select the GO-Global client for Windows Server you wish to connect to. double click the GO-Global client for Windows Server just created. Logon window will then pop up requesting your login name and password.

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In any connection you can just press the hot-keys “Ctrl+Alt+End” to return to Terminal Connection Manager dialog box. this WBT will ask to reboot the system for the effect to take change.1 General Tab The following figure shows the dialog box.1. In this dialog box it describes all the general information about this WBT. the new testing mode will appear. ____________________ 38 ADDS 5300 Linux . 4.2 Display Configuration The Display properties let you configure the terminal's display screen.1 Reset the terminal to factory-default property settings Tick the “Reset the terminal to factory default property settings” and click on “OK”. 4. By pressing the [F2] key to invoke the Terminal Properties dialog box. The information may vary from that shown in above figure.4 Terminal Properties Terminal properties can be reset at any time during the normal terminal operation. 4. You can also Test your display after selecting one Desktop Area and Refresh Frequency. The graphics adapter will be set to the new mode temporarily for about 5 seconds so you can determine whether your display works properly. The following figure shows the properties.

1 Enable Screen Saver Tick the “Enable Screen Saver” and you can configure your desired way to enable the screen saver for this WBT. It naturally displays the screen on the LCD panel. the terminal has been connected to the LCD Panel with the DVI cable. 4.2. Then you power on the terminal. but not need to do additional settings. ____________________ 39 ADDS 5300 Linux . There are two options to choose: Screen Saver and Turn Off Monitor. You can leave this WBT to activate the function automatically according to the time you set.Display Properties NOTE: How to display on DVI LCD Panel? Before powering on the terminal.

By clicking on the “Memory Info” tab.4.1 System By clicking on the “CPU Info” icon. all about the CPU information will be displayed. Such as model name、cpu MHZ etc.3 Control Panel Tab 4.. ____________________ 40 ADDS 5300 Linux .3. you can see used states of the memory.

____________________ 41 ADDS 5300 Linux . 4. Invoke this properties sheet by clicking on the Keyboard icon. MIC and LINE of the sounds of the client machine.3 Locale Set up the keyboard locale for the local device.3. PCM.3.2 Keyboard Properties The Keyboard properties sheet lets you configure your terminal's keyboard.4.4 Repeat 4.3.5 Sound Volume Adjust the VOL. The following figure shows the properties sheet. 4.3.

You can set remote IP address and directory path.7 NFS The Network File System (NFS) was developed to allow machines to mount a disk partition on a remote machine as if it were on a local hard drive. seamless sharing of files across a network. This allows fast.3.6 Date/Time Properties User can set up your local time and time zone for this device. NFS Client ____________________ 42 ADDS 5300 Linux . 4.4. User can synchronize the computer clock over the time server.3.

This WBT has outstanding function that allows FTP to update the latest BIOS/ bootloader. Key in Server Name. User ID and Password for your new-loaded firmware. File Name. The procedure is the same with updating firmware shown as above. Please refer to ThinPrint documentation for more details.3.9 Thin Printer By clicking Enable ThinPrint you can configure your ThinPrint Client.. Make sure the file name is correct.8 FTP Update The FTP Update lets you update new firmware.4. 4.3. Properties ____________________ 43 ADDS 5300 Linux . the update Status will be shows in the Status Window. NOTE: About ThinPrint Server Engine Terminal Services configuration. Click Update Now icon.

Enable “Enable Property Password” then type the new password that you wish to change on the “New Password“ column. In VNC server frame. Both password columns must be identical. you can set the VNC server password for VNC Client login (Note:Default password is “password”) and can set VNC server type. you can set about VNC server in client. Security ____________________ 44 ADDS 5300 Linux .3. and then re-type it again on the “Confirm Password“ column. When you click OK. the functions in the Control Panel will be protected. Click to enable terminal security.10 Security Control Use the Security properties sheet to access security features if you want. If you want to use these functions. By default the Terminal Connection Manager function is enabled but the Hide Terminal Connection Configure Tab function is disabled. and deactivate the Terminal Connection Manager function and the Hide Terminal Connection Configure Tab function. Enable VNC server. the WBT will ask for user name and password that you just typed in.4.

11 Network Configuration By clicking on the “Network” icon. If you switch to Desktop mode. Use “Up” and “Down” to set the priority of starting all the connections. The Network properties sheet lets you set up a method for SNMP upgrades. make sure the user names and passwords for all selected connections have been set up properly. The following figure shows the Network properties sheet. Or you may specify an IP address by yourself. If you have a DHCP server. then click on Obtain an IP address via DHCP from a DHCP server to automatically get an IP address.3. For this function to work. 4. please refer to Chapter 6. ____________________ 45 ADDS 5300 Linux . Invoke this properties sheet by clicking on the “Network” icon in the Control Panel tab of Terminal Properties dialog box.3. Click “Add connection” to add the connection to the list of Startup Script.3. all the existing network information will be displayed.12 Startup You can use the Startup function to connect the connections automatically after boot form WBT.13 WMMode You can use the WMMode function to change the WBT mode or Desktop mode.4. Startup 4.

LPT1.4. COM2 or USB port that you want to use to communicate with your local printer. If you want to connect this terminal with a Local Printer. Click Add to select the manufacturer and model of your printer. then click Printer. User Name and Password for communicate with the samba printer server. Printer Name. check with your printer document and select the one that is closest to your model or click the “User Define Printer” to input your Printer Driver Model. Select one of the ports.14 Printer The terminal supports Local Print and Samba Print. ____________________ 46 ADDS 5300 Linux . If your printer name is not listed. Select the Port of Samba that you want to set the Printer Server. COM1.3. Maybe you can click the “Use Local Compatible Driver” to select the compatible driver.

4.15 User Interface Language User can use this to set user interface of the applications.3. 4. ____________________ 47 ADDS 5300 Linux . Select the mount path of the local storage that you want to remove.3. then you can unplug the local storage.After the printer setup finished then the added printer model would be showed up.16 Remove Local Storage Unplugging or ejecting a Storage that supports safe removal without first using the “Removal Local Storage” application to warn the system can cause data to be lost or system to become unstable. Click Un-Mount button to finish.

4.3.17 Font Server Setting
You can use this to the Font Server IP and Connect Port for the WBT uses the fonts of font server.

4.3.18 Network Disk Mount
You can use this to access the network disk. The “Add Mount” that add the network to be the WBT path.
The “Un-Mount” that remove the path about the network disk.

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4.3.19 File Sharing
You can use this to share the USB Storage and the mount path of the network disk.

4.3.20 Samba Setup
The Samba Service that share the WBT resource and use other network resource. You can start the
Samba Service by the “Start Samba” button and Stop Samba Service by the “Stop Samba” button. If you
want start Samba service on WBT boot, you can check the “Start Samba Service on Boot”.
If your network has WINS server , you can click the “Enable WINS Config” to set the WINS server.

4.3.21 Mouse
Adjust the pointer acceleration and pointer threshold of the mouse of the client machine.

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4.3.22 USB Manager
The USB Manager is user-mode daemon which loads and unloads some device according to the
following dialog. You check the item to load those devices, or cancel the item that those devices always
unload. For example, if you want unload USB storage always, you can cancel the item of “USB storage
support”.

4.3.23 RM Manager
The RM Manager can set access conditions for Remote Manager.

a. The Password Authentication can set password. When remote manager access to WBT, must enter
the password.

b. Enable the ” Receive Message”, the WBT will accept the Message from the Remote Manager.
c. Enable the “Access Confirm”, the WBT will popup confirm message box for user to allow the Remote
Manager to access WBT.

d. Enable the “VNC-Shadowing Message”, the WBT will show the “VNC-Shadowing” message when
the VNC Viewer is connected.

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Its core function is to allow the user to use VNC client to connect to a host running the VNC server and remotely use the server's desktop. click Start menu and you will see the “VNC Client Viewer” function. Keyboard and mouse updates are sent to the server. and snapshots of the server's desktop are compressed and sent back to the client via the VNC protocol. VNC software makes it possible to view and fully-interact with one computer from any other computer or mobile device anywhere on the Internet. The figure is below. VNC Viewer:Connection Options ____________________ 52 ADDS 5300 Linux . VNC Viewer:Connection Details You can also set the VNC Viewer by clicking options.1 VNC Client Viewer In Desktop mode. The screenshot is shown below. The figure is shown below. Virtual network computing (VNC) is a great tool for remote desktop viewing and manipulation.5 Advanced Function 5.

The figure is shown below. ____________________ 53 ADDS 5300 Linux . click StartÆ Utilities and you will see the “xterm” function.2 xterm In Desktop mode. you may start xterm by Start -> Connections -> your shell script for xterm. xterm 5.5. The figure is shown below. If you haven’t created a Shell Script for xterm and wish to run xterm.8.3 System Info.1. please refer to section 3. If you have previously created a Shell Script for xterm. Click StartÆUtilities and you will see the “System Info”.

3.2 Memory Info By clicking on the “Memory Info” tab. all CPU information will be displayed. 5..1 CPU Info By clicking on the “CPU Info” icon.3. Such as model name、cpu MHZ etc.5. ____________________ 54 ADDS 5300 Linux . you can see used state of the memory.

Password.6 Desktop Mode 6. You can click “Save As” to save your connections.1 Connections 6.1.1.1. 6. ____________________ 55 ADDS 5300 Linux .1 General You can type the Computer name. and Domain on this page.1 RDP Connection Click the icon “Terminal Server Client” on the taskbar or click StartÆ Terminal Server Client and you will see the screen below. User name.

It will bring the sounds from the server to the client device.1.2 Display You can choose the size of your remote desktop and set the color quality under this tab.1.6. ____________________ 56 ADDS 5300 Linux . Choosing “Bring to this computer”. 6.1.1.3 Local Resources You can set the sound on this page.

1. 6. You can also specify path and file name when you specify a program.1.2 ICA Connection Click the icon “Citrix ICA Client” on the taskbar or click StartÆ Citrix ICA Client and you will see the screens below.6. ____________________ 57 ADDS 5300 Linux .4 Programs If you want to start a program while connection. 6. you can click Start the following program on connection .5 Performance The Performance properties sheet lets you optimize the performance of the connections.1.1.1.

Start the ICA Client.1 Creating a New ICA Connection Entry 1. From the Entry menu.Citrix ICA Client for Linux 6. or click the New icon on the toolbar. ____________________ 58 ADDS 5300 Linux .1.The Properties dialog box appears with the Network page displayed.2. click New.

If you have typed the name of the MetaFrame server or published application. 6. type a unique description for the entry. The description is used to identify the connection in the Citrix ICA Client window. a default description is automatically added. in the Description field. Click Server or Published Application. 5. type the name of the published application or select the name from the pop-up menu to the right of the Server field.2 Connecting to a Citrix Server Double-click the name of the Connection Entry that you want to open in the Citrix ICA Client window. select the name of the connection entry and click Connect from the Entry menu or click the Connect icon. If you have selected a server or published application from the pop-up menu. type the name or IP address of the MetaFrame server or select the name from the pop-up menu to the right of the Server field. —or— For a published application.3 Changing a Connection Entry This section describes how to change properties for an existing connection entry. ____________________ 59 ADDS 5300 Linux . Alternatively. For a server connection.1.2. 6. 3.2.1. 4.2. Click OK to save the entry or Cancel to exit the Properties dialog box without saving the entry.

3.3. Changing your ICA Client Configuration On devices with limited processing power.3. z To change the network properties for a connection entry 1.6. Click the…button (“browse”) to get a list of Servers or Published Applications. there is a trade-off between performance and functionality. Click Server to configure a connection to a MetaFrame server. click Properties.2. You can specify a server either by its name or its IP address.1.1 Configuring Network Properties Use the Network page in the Properties dialog box to specify a connection with a MetaFrame server and the network protocol to use. and many performance features require the latest client and server software in order to function. as described below.1. there are a number of changes that you can make to your client configuration and the way you use the client to improve performance. Adjust the properties as required: a. b. select Network from the drop-down list to display the Network page: 4. 2. can reduce the bandwidth that ICA requires and improve performance z Change the way you use the client—Changing the way you use the client can also reduce the bandwidth required for a high-performance connection z Use the latest MetaFrame server and ICA Clients—Citrix is continually enhancing and improving ICA performance with each release. Enter a description forthe connection in the Description field. The ICA Client provides both user and administrator with the ____________________ 60 ADDS 5300 Linux . Click Published Application to configure a connection to a published application. 6. From the Entry menu. or where limited bandwidth is available. From the main ICA Client window. From the Properties dialog box.2 Improving Performance over a Low-Bandwidth Connection If you are using ICA over a low-bandwidth connection. such as a modem or cellular telephone.2. select the connection entry that you want to change. z Change your ICA Client configuration—Changing your client configuration.

3. NOTE: Local text echo does not support input using IME. For faster connections (for example. select Connection from the drop-down list to display the Connection page. ____________________ 61 ADDS 5300 Linux . . Select Use Disk Cache for Bitmaps. To enable data compression 1. 3. c. Local Text Echo and Mouse Click Feedback. If you are not certain of the connection speed. 2. select the connection entry that you want to change. Data Compression Data compression reduces the amount of data transferring across the ICA session. This requires additional processor resources to compress and decompress the data. 3. 2. Making one or more of these changes can reduce the bandwidth that your connection requires and improve performance. Click OK. From the ICA Client window. From the ICA Client window. To enable bitmap caching 1. See your MetaFrame server documentation for more details. . From the ICA Client window. b.ability to choose an acceptable mixture of rich functionality and interactive performance. From the Properties page. SpeedScreen Latency Reduction SpeedScreen Latency Reduction improves performance over high latency connections by providing instant feedback to the user in response to typed data or mouse clicks. NOTE: SpeedScreen Latency Reduction will work only when it is available on the MetaFrame server you are connecting to and has been enabled. set mode to Off. select Connection from the drop-down list to display the Connection page. From the Properties page. Local Text Echo accelerates display of the input text. From the Properties page. if you are connecting over a LAN). select Connection from the drop-down list to display the Connection page. select the connection entry that you want to change. Select a mode from the drop-down list: a. Select Use Data Compression to reduce the amount of data transferring across the ICA session. Enable the Bitmap Cache Bitmap caching stores commonly-used bitmaps (images) locally on your client so that they do not have to be transferred over the ICA connection every time they are needed. 2. For slower connections (for example if you are connecting over a WAN or a dial-in connection). but it can increase performance over bandwidth-limited connections. Mouse Click Feedback provides visual feedback of a mouse click. in that the mouse pointer is immediately changed to an hourglass indicator. In the SpeedScreen section there are two list boxes. effectively shielding you from experiencing latency on the network. set the mode to Auto to turn SpeedScreen on or off depending on the latency of the connection. You can override Auto mode using the Toggle SpeedScreen hotkey. To change SpeedScreen settings 1. set mode to On to decrease the delay between user input and screen display. select the connection entry that you want to change. .

1. if you are using a very low-bandwidth connection. this may take a long time. reduce the sound quality to the minimum setting or disable client audio mapping.3 Specifying an Application to Run at Connection Use the Application page in the Properties dialog box to specify an application to run when you connect using the connection entry. When you access alarge file with client drive mapping. However. On slow connections. 3. 2. If you specify an application. Playing multimedia content uses a lot of bandwidth and can cause reduced performance. . Reduce the Number of Colors Reduce the number of colors to 256. When you print a document on a local client printer. you will not see the MetaFrame server desktop when you connect and the connection is closed when you quit the application. 2.3. select Application from the drop-down list to display the Application page. Changing the Way You Use the Client ICA technology is highly optimized and typically does not have high CPU and bandwidth requirements. this may take a long time. To specify an application to run at connection 1. select the connection entry that you want to change. Reduce Sound Quality If you are using sound. From the Properties page. the file is transferred over the ICA connection.2. Avoid playing multimedia content.Reduce the Window Size Change the window size to the minimum you can comfortably use. Avoid printing large documents on local client printers. you should consider the following to preserve performance: 1. 6. the print file is transferred over the ICA connection. From the ICA Client window. Avoid accessing large files using client drive mapping. ____________________ 62 ADDS 5300 Linux . On slow connections.

you can specify the pathname of an application to be run after connecting to a MetaFrame server. the Application dialog box will not be available. Select the connection entry you want to change. . Use Shared . Percentage of Screen Size. 3.5 Configuring Login Properties The Login page allows you to enter login details of your ICA connection so that you do not need to type them in each time you connect.2.1. Seamless integrates local and remote windows on the desktop. or 16Million.0 and later clients. Your display must be capable of displaying the resolution and color depth you select. z Window Size allows you to select from Fixed Size. 256.1.3. z 256 Color Mapping allows you to set up 256 color sessions to use approximate or exact colors. Selecting Fixed Size or Percentage and type the size (in pixels) or percentage in the Window Size boxes. z Window Colors allows you to set the number of window colors to 16. you can specify the pathname of a directory to be used with the application. the client will use a private color map.3. If you are connecting to a published application you can also select Seamless. ____________________ 63 ADDS 5300 Linux . or Full Screen. In the Working Directory field.4 Changing the Window Properties Use the Window page to change the window size and number of colors used for a particular connection. NOTE: If the entry you are configuring is a connection to a published application. 6. 2. You can only specify a color depth greater than 256 colors on Version 6. 6. select Use Default to use the default window size or window colors setting.2. z In each case.Approximate Colors to eliminate color flashing when switching context. Note that if other applications have allocated all 256 colors. select Window from the drop-down list to display the Window page. In the Application field. 4. From the Properties page.To configure the window properties 1. 32 Thousand.

and Password for the connection. 6. To adjust the settings for the disk cache 1. and contents of the disk cache. From the Settings dialog box.4. From the Citrix ICA Client window. for example.4 Changing Default Settings This section describes how to change settings that apply for all connection entries on the workstation. select Login from the drop-down list to display the Login page. You may want to do this if you prefer to use a particular setting. click Settings. From the Option menu.1 Changing Settings for the Disk Cache Use the Disk Cache page in the Settings dialog box to control the location. select Allow Smart Card Logon. This displays the Disk Cache page: ____________________ 64 ADDS 5300 Linux .. a window size that is different from the suggested setting. . It also describes how to change the default settings that are used when you create a new connection entry.1.1. To enable smart card login. Type your Username. Domain (optional). 2. 3. select the connection entry that you want to change.2. 6. To configure login properties 1. size. NOTE: The disk cache is used only if it is enabled for a particular connection.2. select Disk Cache from the drop-down list. 2. From the Properties page.

click Auto Reconnect. 3. set the Disk Cache Directory as appropriate by clicking the Change button and browsing to your desired location. To change the location of the cache. NOTE: Auto client reconnect works in the same way regardless of whether a user has logged on conventionally or with a smart card. make sure that you clear the old cache first. To set the maximum size of the cache. To change the auto client reconnection settings for a connection entry 1. NOTE: An administrator can view information about the bitmap cache settings for an ICA connection using the Cache tab in Citrix Server Administration. 2. To clear the cache.2 Configuring Auto Client Reconnect . click Properties. if required. To set the minimum size of bitmaps to cache. See your server documentation for more details. adjust The minimum size bitmap that will be cached is slider. Click OK. ____________________ 65 ADDS 5300 Linux . If you change the location of a cache on a workstation. adjust the Amount of disk space to use slider to show a percentage of the disk. Before clearing the cache. The size setting is displayed next to the slider. 6.1.4. Citrix does not recommend that you clear the cache if any ICA connections are open. 5. 4. From the drop-down list. From the Entry menu. 6. Select Enable Auto Reconnect and. or type in the maximum size you want to allow. 4. verify that all ICA connections are closed. select the connection entry that you want to change. 5. 3. enter values for Maximum Retries and Seconds Delay Before Retrying Reconnect. click the Clear Cache Now button.2. From the main ICA Client window. provided that their smart card remains in the smart card reader. Users who log in to a MetaFrame session using a smart card will be automatically reconnected should their session fail and will not have to reenter their PIN number.

TCP/IP+HTTP and SSL/TLS+HTTPS server location do not support the (Auto-Locate) function.1.4. Click OK. 5. you must have a MetaFrame server on your network mapped to the default name of ica. Domain name.6. where domain name is a TCP/ IP domain name. 4. To define other server groups.2. select the required group from the Server Group and repeat steps 3 and 4. Enter the name or IP address of a MetaFrame server. 3. To configure server location and business recovery 1. Select the required network protocol from the drop-down list.3 Configuring Server Location and Business Recovery . if you do not enter an IP address. From the Settings page. 6. Click Add to display the Add Server Location Address dialog box. select Server Location from the drop-down list to display the Server Location page: 2. ____________________ 66 ADDS 5300 Linux . NOTE: For the TCP/IP+HTTP and SSL/TLS+HTTPS protocols.

1.6. Select Preferences from the drop-down list in the Settings dialog box to display the Preferences page: 2. click the…button (“browse”) to select your correct workstation keyboard type from the list. On the Hotkeys pages. -which are reserved for use by X Windows. ALT+SHIFT+TAB.4. When you press this new combination. Select Enable Windows Alert Sounds if you want Windows alert sounds to be played using the UNIX workstation sound system. 4. and Toggle Speed screen. To configure the preference settings 1.5 Configuring Preferences . Input locale is the language you want to type in.1. use the key combination <Ctrl> <Alt> <Enter> or <Ctrl> <Alt> <Return>. Hotkey functionality allows you to map common key combinations like ALT+F4 to a key combination such as ALT+CTRL+F4 that will be ignored by your local operating system. NOTE: If you want to use the PC key combination <Ctrl> <Alt> <Delete> during the connection session. click the…button (“browse”) to select your input locale from the list. If you are using a Japanese keyboard. click the…button (“browse”) to select the specific physical keyboard type you are using from the list. In the Keyboard Layout field. select Hotkeys from the drop-down list: 2. d. In the Keyboard Type (Client) field. these key combinations are generated by <Alt> <Ctrl> <F1> to <Alt> <Ctrl> <F12>. For example. Adjust the settings as required. By default. if you wanted to close the current window on a Windows PC. From the Settings page. . c. Any <Alt> key combinations not used by your X Window manager can be used as normal within the ICA session. 3.2. but you can change the definitions by selecting alternative keys from the pop-up menus. ____________________ 67 ADDS 5300 Linux .4 Configuring Hotkeys Hotkeys are used to control the behavior of the client and as substitutes for the standard Windows hotkeys for a published application. for example: a. 6. the ICA UNIX Client will send ALT+F4 to the MetaFrame server. use the default (standard 105 key keyboard). To display the hotkey settings 1. ALT+TAB. closing the current window. select it.4. b. For all others. In the Keyboard Type (Server) field. you can define alternative key combinations for the hotkeys <Alt> <F1> to <Alt> <F12>. This key combination closes the session in X Windows.2. you would press ALT+F4.

3 VNC Client Viewer Virtual network computing (VNC) is a great tool for remote desktop viewing and manipulation. VNC software makes it possible to view and fully-interact with one computer from any other computer or mobile device anywhere on the Internet. e. Select Allow Automatic Client Updates to allow the client software at this workstation to be automatically updated when a newer version is available. Its core function is to allow the user to use the VNC client to connect to a host running the VNC server and remotely uses the server's desktop. VNC Viewer:Connection Details You can also set the VNC Viewer by clicking options. The figure is below. ____________________ 68 ADDS 5300 Linux . and snapshots of the server's desktop are compressed and sent back to the client via the VNC protocol. 6.1. The figure is shown below. Keyboard and mouse updates are sent to the server.

4 WEB Browser Click Browser to open a Mozilla Firefox Web Browser.1.2 Connection manager Please refer to Chapter 3.3 Control Panel Please refer to Chapter 4 ____________________ 69 ADDS 5300 Linux .VNC Viewer:Connection Options 6. 6. 6.

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