CL10E crashes when connecting to Windows 7

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  • #6743
    AvatarSaruk
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    We have a Microsoft VDI system that provides a pool of Win7 virtual machines for our Wyse units to connect to. Everything works perfect unless a users password has epxired. Here is the process which a user logs on

    Wyse C10LE connects to VDI broker and shows a login screen
    User logs on with domain account details
    For normal accounts this then connects them to a Win7 virtual machine

    If a users password has expired however the C10LE unit login screen disappears and takes the user back to the CL10E desktop

    The user then can’t log on to any other Wyse unit and no-one else can logon to the crashed client.

    It appears to be that the Wyse unit can’t cope with showing the Win7 screen asking the user to change their password.

    Any ideas anyone

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Are you using the MS Broker?
    Which WTOS firmware?
    Post your wnos.ini.

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    #20791
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    Yes we are using the MS Broker. Although just using RDP n the ini file to connect to the broker server

    System version is 7.0_113 and here is my ini file

    Autoload=2

    SignOn=No

    ShutdownCount=1
    Autosignoff=Yes Reboot=Yes

    SessionConfig=all mapdisks=yes

    privilege=none

    Timezone=”GMT”
    TimeServer=srv-dc1.westhatch.local

    Desktop=”Desktop.jpg” Layout=Stretch
    Resolution=1024×768
    Formurl=”FormTop.jpg”

    Language=Uk

    Connect=RDP
    Autoconnect=yes
    Colors=high
    Console=no
    Description=”West Hatch Thin Clients”
    Domainname=westhatch.local
    Host=srv-vdi.westhatch.local
    Icon=default
    LocalCopy=no
    NoReducer=no
    Fullscreen=yes

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Two things:
    1. your RDP string is bad. Each line BUT THE LAST has an ” ” at the end. In your case the Icon=default does not have one but the last one has one. You should correct that.
    2. This will not fix your issue. Wyse is beta right now for a new firmware which will support MS Broker. I guess you have to wait for that.

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