All available mobile Thin Clients from Dell Wyses 7000 series are going EOL by end of January 2016.
Models affected are 7452-X50M, 7492-X90M7, 7492-X90M7P and 7202-X00M.
You can still order them but you should hurry if you need more.
Only a few week after the big ThinOS 8.1 release, Dell has published a hotfix release. The version number is 8.1_029 and contains a ton of fixes and improvements.
One of the biggest improvements is the support for Netscaler 11. Also quite valuable is the new option to disable WLAN only if Ethernet connection is up.
I will update ConfGen ASAP and publish an update on this site.
For those of you who are using a Non-US MUI, the latest version of vWorkspace now offers localized connectors.
With version 8.6.1 of vWorkspace Dell has translated the connector to several languages like French, German, Spanish or traditional Chinese.
You will also find performance improvements with adaptive graphics and anonymous logon, improved support for multi-tenancy and more.
vWorkspace is also available for trials on Microsoft Azure.
It has been a long time that we are talking about the 8.1 release. There has been a back and forth in the development and release of this new version. But the wait is over.
Today Dell released the latest and greatest version of its successful and for me the best Thin Client OS in the market.
Some of you already had the chance to beta test this version or ever get the final code directly from one of the Dell SEs. But now it is posted on the Selfservice Portal for general access – at least if you have a valid maintenance contract.
There is no new firmware version for the D10DP/5010 with PCoIP or 5213/5040 AIO with PCoIP. They have to wait for the next release to get all these new features.
I have uploaded the new Admin and INI guide to this site. Check the Download section – ThinOS.
Here is a list of new features in 8.1_027 release:
Dell presented its latest addition to their Thin Client portfolio. It is the second All-in-One with a bigger display and a different audience.
The new Dell Wyse 5050 is a combination of the Dell-Display P2414H with 23.6″ in size and the Wyse 5030 (aka P25). It is the first time that you get a nearly 24″ monitor with an in-build Teradici chipset to easily connect to a VMware Horizon View environment with a great performance. Everyone who has worked with the 5030 in the past, knows about its capabilties as a fast and reliable Zero Client.
The client is equipped with six USB ports, whereof 4 are build at the site of the client to be easily reachable. The display supports Full-HD. The stand is detachable and can be rotated.
The 5050 will become available in the US in December, following in other regions in 2016.
You can manage the client with Wyse Device Manager or Teradici’s own solution. In the last weeks Teradici changed its licensing model of this management software, which is now not longer free of charge.
Along with the new 5050, Dell announced an upcoming update of its cloud-based management soltion Cloud Client Manager. Version 9 brings support for iOS 9, Windows 10 and delegated control.
Dell has announced that the Android based Cloud Connect stick will go End-of-Life by the end of January 2016.
Cloud Connect can be attached to any HDMI/MHL capable TV or monitor and offer you options to connect to your favorite environment, like Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, Microsoft RDSH/RDVH, VMware View, Dell vWorkspace or by simply using in onboard Browser to surf the web.
This is really a cool device for kiosk systems or by just attaching it to a beamer in a conference room. Connect a keyboard and mouce via bluetooth and use the wireless connection to be ready to work.
Cloud Client Manager can be even used to manage the device centrally.
If you haven’t tested or bought this puppy, do it now, before end of next January.
Dell will equip all new WE8S device with 32GB flash instead of 16GB.
Due to the bigger image size this step is more than necessary in my opinion. In my projects I’ve always issues with the small flash size and even used a SSD instead of flash.
The new flash module is not only bigger but also a lot faster as Dell is using SATA3 MLC modules now.
Today Dell has released the new version of their management solution called Wyse Device Manager (WDM). This version is the first step to a complete new look of WDM. Dell has included a new webinterface as a preview.
But there are a lot more feature that came into this build version. Most interesting is the new option to push configurations to Linux via WCM (Wyse Configuration Manager).
I am really curious about the next release when hopefully all the preview and limited features are finalized.
Key features of this release include: