oops.. unzipped the wnos on an active ftp folder

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    Avatarpenguin3010
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    i was setting up the thinos for an upgrade and unzipped the default wnos.zip and everything is now [default]
    it finally boots but now is searching for horizon and doesn’t let me log in

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    #105258
    Avatarpenguin3010
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    ;*************************************************************
    ; ThinOS – Sample INI File Configurations (wnos.ini)
    ;*************************************************************
    ;
    ; Security Configurations
    Privilege=None LockDown=Yes HideConnectionManager=Yes Upload=USB
    AdminMode=Yes \
    Enc-Username=[example] \
    Enc-Password=[example] \
    Admin-Username=”” \
    Admin-Password=””
    ;AdminMode=Yes \
    ; Enc-Username=”” \
    ; Enc-Password=”” \
    ; Admin-Username=[example] \
    ; Admin-Password=[example]
    EnableGKey=Yes
    SecurityPolicy=Low
    ;
    ; Imaging and Cache Configurations
    Autoload=101 LoadPkg=2 AddPkg=FR,HORIZON,TCX,RTME VerifySignature=No
    MirrorFileServer=Yes
    EnableCacheINI=Yes
    ;
    ; Services Configurations
    MAXVNCD=1
    VNCPassword=[example] Encrypt=Yes
    VNCPrompt=No
    ;
    ; Certificate Configurations
    AddCertificate=[example]
    ;
    ; Time Configurations
    EnableLocal=Yes HideDefault=Yes
    Timeserver=time.nist.gov Timeformat=”12-hour format” Dateformat=mm/dd/yyyy
    TimeZone=’GMT – 08:00′ ManualOverride=No \
    Daylight=yes Start=030207 End=110206 \
    TimeZoneName=”Pacific” DayLightName=”Pacific”
    ;
    ; Desktop Configurations
    SysMode=Classic
    SignOn=Yes MaxConnect=1000
    AutoSignoff=Yes
    Desktop=Dell.bmp
    FormURL=
    ScreenSaver=1 Type=3 PictureTimer=1
    ;
    ; Group INI file – wyse\wnos\ini\citrix\citrix.ini
    ; SignOn Automation
    ;
    DefaultUser=[example]
    Password=[example] Encrypt=Yes
    DomainList=”[example]”
    ;
    ; Citrix Broker Configurations
    ;
    PNLiteServer=https://[example].com Storefront=Yes CAGAuthMethod=LDAP
    SessionConfig=ICA Timeout=No SessionReliability=Yes ProgressiveDisplay=Yes

    ; Group INI file – wyse\wnos\ini\microsoft\microsoft.ini
    ; SignOn Automation
    ;
    DefaultUser=[example]
    Password=[example] Encrypt=Yes
    DomainList=”[example]”
    ;
    ; Microsoft Broker Configurations
    ;
    ConnectionBroker=Microsoft
    VDIBroker=https://[example].com
    SessionConfig=All FullScreen=Yes

    ; Group INI file – wyse\wnos\ini\vmware\vmware.ini
    ; SignOn Automation
    ;
    DomainList=”[example]”
    DefaultUser=”[example]”
    Password=[example] Encrypt=Yes
    ;
    ; Horizon Broker Configurations
    ;
    ConnectionBroker=VMware ConnectionType=PCoIP
    VDIBroker=https://[example].com
    SessionConfig=PCoIP USBRedirection=PCoIP ShowDisconnectMessage=No
    SessionConfig=All FullScreen=Yes

    #105272
    ConfGenConfGen
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    What “default wnos.zip” are you talking about?
    The above wnos.ini shows a package install for the horizon package and it shows Citrix and Horizon broker sign-in.
    Is this by intent?

    CG

    #105370
    Avatarpenguin3010
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    https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=64xp5&oscode=thn80&productcode=wyse-3010tc-series

    i extracted the wnos.zip in the ftp folder and the user at the terminal thought it was an upgrade.

    i think i’ll call it a loss as i dont have a vmware horizon setup

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