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16. September 2008 at 19:45 #1456
Does anyone know of a quick way to enable ICA “Session Reliability” for all apps pulled from a PNLite server? I know it can be done by adding
to a “Connect” statement, but I need it to apply to all apps. Here’s my wnos.ini:
AdminMode=yes Admin-Username=MEAFMNABMK Admin-Password=MIAEMPADNFAEMEBD
ScreenSaver=10 Type=1 LockTerminal=1
Privilege=Low HidePPP=yes HideConnectionManager=yes
Timeserver=admaster.company.co.uk Timeformat=”24-hour format” Dateformat=dd/mm/yyyy
TimeZone=’Greenwich Mean Time’ ManualOverride=yes Daylight=yes Start=030507 End=100507 TimeZoneName=”GMT Standard Time” DayLightName=”GMT Daylight Time”
DeskColor=”022 058 127″
And yes, I am using WTOS 6.2 🙂
Kenny17. September 2008 at 7:04 #13906
You are right. Currently this is a connection-only parameter.
In my opinion this has to be a global parameter to be useful.
Good reason to open a call at Wyse and ask for that.
Let’s push them from different sides to get this feature 😉
CG17. September 2008 at 7:56 #13910
Thanks for replying. We’ve been asking for stuff from Wyse for literally years, and very occasionally I’ll get a call from our account manager asking if everything’s OK, but apart from that it’s a one way street. I’m sure you’ll have more luck than I do, so I’ll keep an eye out for v6.3.09 appearing 🙂17. September 2008 at 9:18 #13911
I’ve talked to a friend about that who is working for Wyse and he told me that this feature is already included in 6.2.012.
Parameter is SessionConfig=ICA SessionReliability=yes
CG17. September 2008 at 9:21 #13912
Brilliant! Any idea/hint when 6.2.012 will be available? We have a maintenance contract.17. September 2008 at 9:31 #13913
Then you can just call Wyse and they will give it you for free.
Next maintenance release is planned for end of september.
CG18. September 2008 at 8:16 #13917
Got it! Installed and (apparently) working perfectly. Thanks for your help, I wouldn’t have known to ask Wyse otherwise (not had much luck asking for stuff in the past).18. September 2008 at 15:33 #13918
Glad I could help.
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