WMS/Zero Toolbar get rid of network icon

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  • #53549
    AvatarTheBlauni
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    Hello there,

    we are using WMS to set up Wyse 5070 with ThinOS 8.6_511 and we have a problem with the new network icon in the Zero Toolbar that needs to be fixed.
    If we click on the icon in a running RDP Session the network settings will open and changes can be done, even if the user has not entered the admin mode.
    Is there any way to hide the icon or prevent it from opening the network settings?

    Thanks in advance,
    Michael

    #53564
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Are you using Privilege=none?
    AFAIK there is no way to hide the icon.

    CG

    #53637
    AvatarTheBlauni
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    Yes we are using, Privilege=none and like I said the network settings only open by clicking the icon while I’m in a running RDP connection.
    Otherwise if I click the Icon while in the ThinOS – “Home Screen”, nothing happens.

    It would be enough for me if the network setting would not open by clicking the Icon or at least that changes only can be done if the Admin is loged in.

    Could it be that this is a Bug and that this will gonna be ereased with the upcoming version 9.1?

     

    I’m gonna post our WMS ini below, may I got an error in the configuration:

    
    TimeZone="GMT + 01:00" ManualOverride=Yes TimeZoneName="W. Europe" daylight=No
    Signon=Yes SaveLastDomainUser=no LastUserName=No
    
    TimeServer=at.pool.ntp.org DateFormat=yyyy/mm/dd TimeFormat="24-hour format"
    
    DisableDomain=No
    
    EnableGKey=Yes
    
    PlatformConfig=All EncryptFS=Yes
    
    WDMService=No QuickMode=No
    
    ThinPrintEnable=No
    
    MaxVNCD=Yes
    
    FastDisconnect=No
    
    AdminMode=Yes Admin-Username=JDPFBHCJCTHCEJCMHKKIFMCLKEMGIFAC Admin-Password=******************************** ShowAdmin=Yes
    
    Privilege=none EnableTrace=No LockDown=No ShowDisplaySettings=No EnableKeyboardMouseSettings=No DisableChangeDateTime=No
    
    SignOn=No ExpireTime=0 RequireSmartCard=No SCRemovalBehavior=0 IconGroupStyle=Default DisableGuest=No
    
    MaxVNCD=0 VNCD_8bits=No VNCD_Zlib=No
    
    SecurityPolicy=warning SecuredNetworkProtocol=Yes TLSMinVersion=3 TLSMaxVersion=3 DNSFileServerDiscover=Yes TLSCheckCN=Yes
    
    DesktopColorDepth=32
    
    device=mtouch mult_touch=No mult_jitter=30
    
    MultiHead=yes Mainscreen=1
    
    ScreenSaver=0 LockTerminal=1 Type=None PictureTimer=6 PictureOrder=Default PictureCheck=Default PictureLayout=stretch Sleep=10 Unit=No
    
    Swap=No Taskbar=mainScreen Orientation=hort MonitorAutoDetect=Yes
    
    DeskColor=#106424
    
    AutoSignoff=no
    
    desktop="BG.jpg" layout=Stretch
    
    SysMode=VDI Toolbardisablemouse=no Toolbardelay=1 toolbarautoquit=Yes Toolbar_no_conmgr=No Toolbardisablehotkey=No ToolbarEnableOneSession=No toolbarstay=1 toolbarclick=No ToolBarAutoQuit=No EnableLogonMainMenu=No
    
    AutoLoad=2 VerifySignature=yes
    
    SessionConfig=all \
    unmapprinters=yes unmapserials=yes smartcards=no disablesound=yes mapdisks=no disksreadonly=no unmapusb=yes MultiMonitor=yes FullScreen=yes ondesktop=all
    
    Reconnect=0
    
    NoReducer=no
    
    LowBand=no
    
    FastDisconnect=no
    
    DEVICE_SECURITY=No
    
    SessionConfig=rdp \
    EnableNLA=yes EnableRecord=no ForceUpdatedNLA=no EnableRFX=yes EnableTSMM=no ForceSpan=no enablegfx=no EnableUDP=yes EnableVOR=yes USBRedirection=rdp defaultcolor=1 MaxBmpCache=128 RDPScreenAlign4=no AutoDetectNetwork=yes EnableRdpH264=yes
    
    Connect=rdp \
    DESCRIPTION=Office HOST=rdp.test.server.at COMMAND="" USERNAME="" PASSWORD="" DOMAINNAME=DOMAIN AUTOCONNECT=0 RECONNECT=0 UNMAPPRINTERS=yes UNMAPSERIALS=yes SMARTCARDS=no UNMAPUSB=yes MAPDISKS=no DISABLESOUND=1 RDPAudioRecord=no COLORS=2 RESOLUTION=default NoReducer=no MouseQueueTimer=10 AutoDetectNetwork=yes TSGWENABLE=no FULLSCREEN=yes onscreen=0
    
    KeyboardLayout=De Charset=CP1252
    
    Device=keyboard \
    repeatdelay=2 repeatrate=1
    
    KeySequence=yes Ctrl+Alt+Del=no Ctrl+Alt+Up=no Ctrl+Alt+Down=no Ctrl+Alt+Left=no Ctrl+Alt+Right=no Win+L=no Alt+Tab=no
    
    AutoPower=no
    
    Locale=de load=no
    
    MirrorFileServer=yes
    
    TerminalName="" \
    reboot=no
    
    Inactive=0 NoSessionTimer=0
    
    Device=audio \
    volume=middle mute=2 mic_vol=middle mic_mute=yes min_cache=1 EnableSpeaker=no playback="" record="" mic_gain_device="" mic_gain=1 DPaudio=yes mic_boost=no jack_popup=yes
    
    WDAService=yes \
    enableReminder=no
    
    EnableLocal=no HideDefault=yes
    
    EnableNetworkSetup=no
    
    Sysmode=VDI ToolbarEnableOneSession=yes toolbar_no_conmgr=yes HideConnectionManager=yes
    
    Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x05e3,0x0608,0x09,0x00,0x01
    
    Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x046d,0xc31d,0x03,0x01,0x01
    
    Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0x046d,0xc52b,0x03,0x01,0x01
    
    DisableNetworkOptions=yes
    
    CONNECT=RDP Icon=/bitmap/rdp4.png
    
    FormURL=/bitmap/logon.bmp
    
    NoGlobalIni=Yes
    
    EnableLocal=yes
    
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by AvatarTheBlauni.
    #53676
    ConfGenConfGen
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    How do you get the network icon accessed inside the session?
    Looking at your config you are running the RDP sessions in Fullscreen. Therefore, you should not see anything of the local ThinOS desktop.

    CG

    #53696
    AvatarTheBlauni
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    We see the Toolbar incl. the network icon when movebthe mouse to thebleft screen border and hold it there. This behavior is also desired. But the Network Settings are not.

    #53700
    ConfGenConfGen
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    This is not possible.

    CG

    #53704
    AvatarTheBlauni
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    What do you mean is not possible?

    #53705
    ConfGenConfGen
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    What do you think what I mean?
    Of course, to get rid of the network icon.

    CG

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