xen.ini questions

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    AvatarVoltron
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    I’m using Wyse Xenith 2’s as kiosks connecting to XenDesktop. At startup they’re auto-logging on, and then I’m disconnecting the session after 3 minutes of idle time, returning the vm back to the pool, they’re non-persistent. The next user to walk up to the kiosk has to click the Log On button, but the username field is still visible, and they can change it.

    Is it possible to hide the username field or make it read only?

    Here’s my xen.ini:


    AutoLoad=0
    TimeZone="GMT - 06:00"
    TimeServer=time.nist.gov
    AdminMode=yes Admin-Username=username Admin-Password=password
    AutoSignoff=Yes
    INACTIVE=3
    Device=audio Volume=20
    PRIVILEGE=None Lockdown=yes
    Locale=English
    BootpDisable=yes
    DesktopColorDepth=32
    DisableDomain=Yes
    SignOn=No ConnectionManager=Hide DisableGuest=yes DisablePassword=yes
    DisableDomain=yes
    DomainList=domain.com
    PnliteServer=http://x.x.x.x/Citrix/Wyse/PNAgent/config.xml
    SessionConfig=ICA
    Include=$mac.ini

    And mac.ini:

    DefaultUser=username
    Password=ENCRYPTEDPASSWORD encrypt=yes

    Could someone also clarify the behavior of SignOn? The manual says “SignOn — Yes/no option to enable the sign-on process”, but to me that’s vague. Is the sign-on process the same as the log on dialog?

    Thanks!

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    AvatarIHCHAVEZ
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    Unfortunately, you can’t hide it. I tried doing the same thing but was not able to do it. Are you using any of the Dell Server?! CCM or WDM?

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Yes, Sign-on process is the login dialog.

    CG

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