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18. March 2011 at 14:00 #6529electricd7Member
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I am setting up a test View lab using the Wyse C50LE thin clients. I have most everything working and can establish a view connection manually using the Wyse Connection Manager. I have the FTP server setup and all the extra bits in the DHCP scope that I think I will need to make it all work. Here is the extra options in my DHCP scope:
When the wyse client boots my FTP log shows the Wyse user logging in then out immediately a couple times but no files are ever transfered. My ftp root directory for the wyse user looks like this:
Inside the /Wyse/WLX directory, I have a file named “wlx.ini”. I used the configurator to make this file, and intend for it to automatically load the view login instead of the admin/admin or thinuser/thinuser login. Not sure if it will work or not, but here are its contents (comments removed to save space):
DisplaySettings=MON1 rotate-normal DDC
So my questions are this:
1. Why is the Wyse client not pulling this file
2. Is this even the right file to make the thin client auto boot to a view login instead of the normal wyse login
3. Is the file configured correctly to do what I need to do?
Thanks so much, I am VERY new to this, but have tried to do my homework before asking any questions.
ED721. March 2011 at 10:55 #20261ConfGenKeymaster
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1. It is in the wrong folder or you are pushing the wrong value for OT161. Change the OT161 to / (simply remove the “$”)
3. looks OK to me.
CG21. March 2011 at 17:37 #20265electricd7Member
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OK, the issue was that even though I provided scope options 184 and 184, the system used those the first time to check versions, but the next 3 calls made to the FTP server were made by anonymous user and I had that access turned off. I have since changed the FTP server to only accept anonymous logins from a scope of IPs I trust, and this fixed the problem. Weird, but hopefully this will help someone in the future.
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