WT1200LE – autoconnect local devices: Disks – How to?

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    WT1200LE with Firmware 5.2.0.69 (BTW: Is that the latest version available from Wyse? Or can I purchase a newer one?):

    I’m looking into mounting thin client drives (USB Sticks or SD-card readers) via RDP onto the fileserver, so that the user can access the local devices.
    But I don’t get it to work (option “autoconnect local devices “disks” is activated). I’m connecting by RDP to a winXP system.
    Is the local disk mount working in this environment?

    #21541
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    5.2_069 is the latest.

    Post your wnos.ini please.

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    WNOS.INI:


    privilege=high lockdown=no
    autoload=1
    Fileserver=192.168.3.4
    Rootpath=/

    Device=Ethernet Speed="Auto"
    SignOn=No
    Include=$mac.ini

    ;
    ;- RDP Session 1 -
    ;- Each line but the last must end with a ' ' -
    ;

    CONNECT=RDP
    Host=ts1.mydomain.com
    Description="TS1"
    AutoConnect=1
    Reconnect=200
    Colors=true
    Fullscreen=yes
    Experience=0
    Resolution=default
    #SignOn=Yes DisableGuest=yes
    LocalCopy=no

    and the included mac.ini:

    CONNECT=RDP 
    Host=TSstore.mydomain.com
    Description="TSSTORE"
    AutoConnect=1
    ;Reconnect=200
    Colors=true
    Fullscreen=yes
    Experience=0
    Resolution=default
    LocalCopy=no
    Password=lager
    Username=lager

    Exit=all
    #21551
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    Try adding

    Mapdisks=yes
    to your RDP string.

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    I added mapdisks=yes but still don’t get the local usb stick mounted in the rdp session.
    Do I have to run any tool or utility inside the rdp session to mount the stick?

    Is XP Professional really capable of using that local disk? Or do I have to use Vista/Win7/Win-Server as RDP server?

    During WT1200LE boot the system log shows that the usb stick is detected and registered as D:

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    So your connect string looks like this now?


    CONNECT=RDP
    Host=ts1.mydomain.com
    Description="TS1"
    AutoConnect=1
    Reconnect=200
    Colors=true
    Fullscreen=yes
    Experience=0
    Resolution=default
    Mapdisks=yes
    LocalCopy=no

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    Yes.
    wnos.ini now


    CONNECT=RDP
    Host=ts1.mydomain.com
    Description="TS1" ^
    AutoConnect=1 ^
    Reconnect=200 ^
    Colors=true ^
    Mapdisks=yes ^
    Fullscreen=yes ^
    Experience=0 ^
    Resolution=default ^
    #SignOn=Yes DisableGuest=yes
    LocalCopy=no^
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