Dell announced yesterday that the Wyse 3040 thin client with wireless option for ThinOS is now available. Both wired and wireless options of Wyse 3040 thin client with ThinOS come with 8GB Flash, 2GB RAM.
The wireless model in contrary to all other thin clients models will come with an integrated antenna.
A friend of mine, Bruce Pless created this great video to demonstrate the usage of the new Wyse Management Suite to automatically configure Wyse ThinOS devices.
Something I do not want to hide from you.
Dell has announced a new version of its USB Imaging Tool.
The new version 2.14. has the following new features:
• Support for USB Keys with C-Type port
• New hardware/ OS platforms:
o Wyse 3040 thin client with ThinLinux
o Wyse 5060 thin client with Win10 IoTE
o Latitude 3480 mobile thin client with Win10 IoTE
You can download this version here in the Download section.
Last week Dell officially annouced the release of the new Dell Wyse 3480 Latitude based Thin Client.
Equipped with Windows 10 IoT and available in more than 20 countries worldwide, Dell uses the well-known Latitude brand to create a mobile Thin Client.
As many of you have already asked for several times in the forum has happened yesterday.
Dell has released the latest and greatest version of its ThinOS operating system.
This release is packed full of new and cool features.
Here is a comprehensive list of all new additions.
– VMware Blast protocol is included
– Citrix HDX Real Time Optimization Pack was updated to version 2.2.100. You have now support for RTME 1.8 and 2.2 in just one package
– Citrix ICA Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) added
– QUMU multi-casting
– HTML5 Video Redirection
– Bluetooth 4.0
– Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP)
– Changing display resolutions works now without rebooting
– Security enhancements: Firmware signature. After upgrading to 8.4, you have a signature check included. Therefore, you cannot downgrade anymore unless you use Autoload=1 VerifiySignature=no
If you are under ThinOS maintenance you can now download the new firmware directly from Dell Digital Locker. Simply log in, select “Wyse ThinOS Maintenance” under Products and then “Available Downloads”. All the new different versions are listed there. The naming is not always intuitive, but I am sure you guys will figure it out.
ThinOS 8.4 is available for the following plattforms:
Platform Image name
Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS (T10) DOVE_boot
Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS (T10D) T10D_wnos
Wyse 3030 LT thin client with ThinOS U10_wnos
Wyse 3030 LT thin client with PCoIP PU10_wnos
Wyse 5010 thin client with ThinOS (D10D) ZD10_wnos
Wyse 5010 thin client with PCoIP (D10DP) PD10_wnos
Wyse 5040 AIO thin client with ThinOS (5212) ZD10_wnos
Wyse 5040 AIO thin client with PCoIP (5213) PD10_wnos
Wyse 5060 thin client with ThinOS D10Q_wnos
Wyse 5060 thin client with PCoIP PD10Q_wnos
Wyse 7010 thin client with ThinOS (Z10D) ZD10_wnos
As there was an issue with analog audio recording on the 3040, the release of 8.4_009 for Wyse 3040 was postponed.
Earlier this week during the Citrix Synergy Dell announced the availabilty of the new management suite for Dell Wyse Thin Clients, called Wyse Management Suite 1.0.
WMS is technically very similar to the Cloud Client Manager. Therefore CCM will now be renamed to WMS. However, WMS will be available in three versions.
The Standard version will be on-premise solution, it is free of charge and can be installed in the local datacenter.
The Pro version will be available as on-premise and public cloud offering. This version is subscription based that includes per seat cost, maintenance and ProSupport.
CCM customer do not have to do anything. They are automatically migrated to the new WMS.
If you are using WDM, you should stay with it for now. Later Dell will release a migration path at no cost, if you want to go from WDM to WMS.
Feature set matrix:
|Features||Wyse Management Suite Standard||Wyse Management Suite Pro|
|Private Cloud||Public Cloud|
|Highly scalable solution||Up to 10,000 endpoints||+50K endpoints||+1M endpoints|
|Cost||Free||Per seat subscription||Per seat subscription|
|Manage devices behind firewalls||Limited||Limited||Yes|
|Automatic Device discovery||X||X||X|
|Asset, Inventory & Systems management||X||X||X|
|View effective configuration at device level after inheritance||X||X||X|
|Reporting & Monitoring|
|Alerts, Events and Audit logs||X||X||X|
|Enterprise Grade Reporting||–||X||X|
|Alerts via email and Mobile app||–||X||X|
|Secure communication (HTTPS)||X||X||X|
|Active directory authentication for role based administration.||–||X||X|
|OS Patch and Image management||X||X||X|
|Bundle Applications to simplify deployment and minimize reboots||–||X||X|
|Dynamic group creation and assignment based on device attributes||–||X||X|
The following thin clients can be managed by Wyse Management Suite:
- Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS
- Wyse 3010 zero client for Citrix (ThinOS Lite)
- Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS
- Wyse 3020 zero client for Citrix (ThinOS Lite)
- Wyse 3030 thin client with WES7
- Wyse 3030 LT thin client with ThinOS, ThinOS w/PCoIP and ThinLinux
- Wyse 3040 thin client with ThinOS and ThinOS w/PCoIP
- Wyse 5010 thin client with ThinOS, ThinOS w/PCoIP, Linux, WES7, WE8S
- Wyse 5020 thin client with Linux, ThinLinux, WES7, WES7P, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
- Wyse 5040 AIO thin client with ThinOS and ThinOS w/PCoIP
- Wyse 5060 thin client with ThinOS, ThinOS w/PCoIP, WES7P, ThinLinux and Windows 10IoT
- Wyse 7010 thin client with ThinOS, Linux, WES7, WE8S
- Wyse 7010 extended thin client with WES7
- Wyse 7020 thin client with Linux, ThinLinux, WES7, WES7P, WE8S, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
- Wyse 7040 thin client with WES7P and Windows 10IoT
- Latitude 3460 mobile thin client with WES7P
- Latitude E7270 mobile thin client with WES7P
- Refer to Wyse Management Suite documentation for the current list of supported Wyse thin clients and recommended firmware builds.
- Note: Wyse Management Suite does not support PCoIP zero clients.
Normally I am not patting myself on my back. However, the new version of ConfGen has cost me a lot of work and I really hope you will like it as much as I do.
The new version 126.96.36.199 has a brand new section for Dell Wyse Thin Linux.
All parameters up to version 1.0.3 are included now.
As this is the first implementation, I do hope that I haven’t made to many mistakes here. Be nice to me please 🙂
Second new part is ThinOS.
Of course, ThinOS is not new to ConfGen. However, I have included all new parameters for the upcoming 8.4_009 release planned for end of June.
Besides of all the new parameters, I have done some design changes.
There is a new dropdown field available, which is capable of selecting more than one value.
As you can see below, the field it auto-expanding in the moment you move your mouse pointer on it, showing all values with small checkboxes in front and as soon as you leave the box with your mouse pointer, it is shrinking automatically again showing a small green tick in front of the box to make clear, you have selected something.
The other change is the red alert sign in front of all fields that allow encryption. As you know, I am no longer allowed to encrypt any strings in ConfGen, as you all should use AES encryption instead. To make it clearer, I have added the red alert sign showing up as soon as you enter anything in such a field. You can hover over that sign to get a warning or click on it to get help on creating AES encrypted passwords.
Last but not least, I have modified all Comboboxes and Numeric fields to be read only to prevent entering wrong values. Also ConfGen is now saving the path of the last opened file for later use.
Let me know what you think about all these changes.
Wyse ThinLinux 1.0.3 is now available with Wyse 3030 LT, 5020 and 7020 thin clients, in addition to Wyse 5060 already shipping with ThinLinux version 1.0.3 since January.
ThinLinux 1.0.3 upgrades Linux Kernel to version 4.4.
It also supports updated RDP, VMware Horizon client, Citrix receiver and Firefox browser.
New features include VMware Blast Extreme ready, Citrix HDX ready, Skype for Business RTME 2.1 and 4K monitor on Wyse 5060 thin client.
Dutch and Portuguese are additional languages supported by this version as well.
Along with the release Dell direct made an on-line upgrade available for Wyse 3030 LT, 5020, 7020 and 5060 thin clients. This ThinLinux version 188.8.131.52 adds support for Korean and Simplified Chinese languages.
As an optional add-on you can now also get Chrome browser.
Yesterday Dell officially released their brand new Thin Client called 3040. This little puppy is only small in its dimensions.
As you can see from the pictures the client looks like an icehockey puck and is not much bigger. It measures only 101.6mm x 27.94 mm x 101.6 mm (HWD) but is packed full with the latest and greatest hardware components.
Based on an Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Quad Core 1.44GHz CPU, it is equipped with 2GB RAM, 8 GB flash for ThinOS and 16GB for the ThinLinux variant, 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 2 x DisplayPorts and a RJ45 1 Gb/s network port. Optionally you can get it with inbuild Dual band 802.111 a/b/g/n/ac wireless and Bluetooth.
The graphic card supports up to 2560×1600@60Hz in dual screen mode, so each monitor can use that resolution.
And the best is, that this tiny box only needs 3.3 Watts in idle mode.
As written above, the unit will be available with ThinOS and ThinLinux.