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15. December 2008 at 17:47 #1647
I have a problem with my WDM and my thin client (Wyse V50). They don’t communicate, but the DHCP server is OK. I can’t remote shutdown/restart. How could I execute programs from WDM on thin client. How could I do that WDM and the Thin client communicate each other? Please attache detailed description. I have a Win2k3 server (DHCP server) and an XPSP2 (WDM desktop with IIS and FTP).
Any help would be gratefull.
Thanks!15. December 2008 at 20:08 #14672
Can you “see” the V50 in WDM? Is the small computer icon in front of the V50 in WDM green or red? What version of WDM are you using? What hotfixes?
CG15. December 2008 at 22:32 #14674
Thanks for quick reply. A had 4.5.3 WDM, but 4.7 doesn’t work properly too. I’ll look after the icon in WDM as soon as possible. What kind of hotfixes should I use? The Wyse Linux is ver. 6 that runs on V50. Only the Remote shadow function works… 🙁
Thank You!16. December 2008 at 7:38 #14675
There are no hotfixes for WDM 4.7 at the moment but a lot for 4.5.3 which can be found on the Wyse website.
Linux v6 is not enough. Look at the System Information and post the correct firmware build, like 6.3.2-53 or similar.
Check the WDm applet in the Control Panel of the V50 if it reflects the correct IP of your WDM server there.
CG16. December 2008 at 10:56 #14677
Thanks for help. Everithing is O.K. A have flashed the Wyse with a new Linux, and then it fixed the problem. How can I put an icon to the dekstop, and move the ini files, that I’ve created by ConfGen…?
Moker16. December 2008 at 11:09 #14678
What do you mean by “move the ini files”?16. December 2008 at 12:28 #14680
My WDM is funcitonally good. 🙂
I have created a connection in the connection manager onto the desktop called elso. This is a firefox connection is load when I start the client. But I want to run this by using the WDM execute command. I don’t know how can I use the execute function in the WDM for this, cause the halt, reboot, etc functional, but this is not. Can you help me in this problem?
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