Get rid of FILE SERVER

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  • #53956
    Avatarpdg@eye4consult.be
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    • Regular Joe
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    I’m using full WYSE MGMT System on premise.
    I removed all FTP-related DHCP tags (161 – 162 – 184 – 185)
    I checked the option “NO Global INI” in the Advanced Configuration Settings in Wyse System.
    But still when I boot my DELL 3030/3040 Thin Client, the devices asks for username/password to access the FTP-server.
    But still I see in the EVENT LOG on the Thin Client the following entries:
    * Contacting File Server
    * Contacting reserved file server wyseftpfbc4tc
    * Cannot access system profile

    Please advise what to do?
    I really want to get rid of the FTP.

    #53957
    ConfGenConfGen
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    • Jedi Master
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    Is the fileserver still listed locally on the client?

    CG

    #53958
    Avatarpdg@eye4consult.be
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    • Regular Joe
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    It probably is, but I can’t check anymore because “Central Config” is completely gryed out.

    #53959
    ConfGenConfGen
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    • Jedi Master
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    Then either activate Admin Mode or set the Privilege level to high temporary.

    CG

    #53960
    Avatarpdg@eye4consult.be
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    • Regular Joe
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    Ok, but does this mean that I need to remove these FTP-settings on all devices manually?
    We are talking about 150 devices in differtent locations.

    #53962
    ConfGenConfGen
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    • Jedi Master
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    One step after the other.
    First check if the Filserver is still listed.

    CG

    #53968
    Avatarpdg@eye4consult.be
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    • Regular Joe
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    Yes, fileserver is still listed in the TC-settings.

    regards
    Peter

    #53970
    ConfGenConfGen
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    • Jedi Master
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    You can try to add the „Central Configuration“ category in WMS policy and leave it all empty.

    CG

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