V10Vl lose info when restarted

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    Lately I noticed that any v10l after being restarted looses all info about Ica and rdp. Matter of fact, even the default icons disappear from the desktop!
    I tried the reset to factory default and still they didn’t show up!
    All I can think about is that I started configuring the ftp server info on the dhcp server and that’s it. I have no file ready for them yet.
    Any ideas?

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    That’s strange but WTOS always defaults to the DHCP server IP if no fileserver is configured. But as long as you did not configure any wnos.ini you should be save and the units should take the local config.
    What does the units show if you check the fileserver entry under netwrok config?
    What firmware?

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    I noticed this happening with:
    V10l
    Os: Wtos
    Image: 6.1.0_08.

    They all get ip address from Dhcp.

    The Ftp server shows
    ftp://192.168.1.x/wnos

    I was going to test with a static ip and see if that is going to duplicate.

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    After I assigned a static ip and wipped off the server info the rdp and ica settings were not lost after restart.
    I guess when they were getting ips through dhcp they might also been affected by something related to the ftp server.

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    Do a factory reset and then try again.

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    Even after a Factory reset while set to dhcp the problem still happened.
    Right now with static ip I am safe.
    I am going to start digging in the ftp directories maybe I have a wnos that I overlooked.
    Thanks for your help

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