Reply To: Remote Shadow on Wyse R10L

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Ok – reset the unit to factory (twice for safe measure) and then rebooted a few times.

The only two things I did:
-Rename the terminal
-Set the central configuration server to our FTP server housing this exact file:


# /

# | Romac Industries, Inc. |
# | Wyse R10L ThinOS Configuration |
# | Created by Alex Missal |
# | |
# | Configuration File stored in |
# | C:Inetpubftprootwnos |
# | on an FTP server |
#
/

# Diable checking for firmware update
AutoLoad=0

# Waits for user to press power button to power on
AutoPower=no

# Front power button is enabled
DisableButton=no

# Enable G-Key Factory Reset
EnableGKey=yes

# Dual Monitor Display Settings
DualHead=no
; ManualOverride=yes
; Mainscreen=1
; Orientation=hort
; Taskbar=mainscreen

# Enable VNC Shadowing
MaxVNCD=1
# VNC Password
VncPassword=term

# System configuration
SysMode=vdi
toolbardisable=no
toolbardisablemouse=yes
toolbarclick=no
toolbardisablehotkey=no
ToolbarEnableOneSession=yes

# KeySequence
KeySequence=yes
Ctrl+Alt+Del=no
Ctrl+Alt+Up=yes
Ctrl+Alt+Down=no
Ctrl+Alt+Left=no
Ctrl+Alt+Right=no

# Volume Settings; mute=3 turns off the system beep
Device=audio
volume=middle
mute=3

# Sets the color depth of the terminal desktop
DesktopColorDepth=16

# Mouse pointer speed
MouseNewSpeed=5

# Connection Settings
# Connection to LION, 'Desktop' application, in full-screen mode
# Autosignoff will automatically restart the terminal when the last active session is closed
Connect=ICA
Autoconnect=1
Browserip=lion
Application="Desktop"
Description="Romac XenApp"
Domainname="romac-net"
Seamless=yes
Fullscreen=yes
Logon_mode=user-specified
Mapdisks=yes
Autosignoff=yes
Reboot=yes

# Shutdown the terminal, do not standby
Shutdown=turnoff
Shutdowncount=5

# Do not prompt for user permission to shadow the terminal
VNCPrompt=no

# Disable the Sign-On Process for the terminal (not the applications)
SignOn=no

Still no luck 🙁

Whenever I click with the mouse, the click goes through right away, but there is a 4-second delay where I have 0 control over the local mouse (I can move mine, but the terminal sitting next to me so I can look at that monitor, nothing registers for 4 seconds)

The mouse-movement on my screen is perfectly to scale with the terminal, such that if I move my mouse from one side of the VNC window to the other, meaning I move across “both desktops” that I can see in the image I posted, it’s to scale with the terminal. The mouse doesn’t move twice as fast or anything like that. So the mouse movement is correct, but the image being displayed in VNC is horribly wrong :/