VMWare View Autolaunch and Login

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  • #42647
    Shadevar
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    • Newbie

    I am brand new to this wtos.ini configuring. I have a lot of things working properly, but I cannot find any examples of the syntax to have a VMware View desktop auto launch when the T10 is powered on. I am using 8.1_027 firmware.

    What I am looking for is complete user transparency. I want to hit the power button, have the device find the wifi, connect to my VMware View server, log in with credentials I provide in the $mac.ini file to the desktop pool I designate in the $mac.ini file.

    To make a long question longer, how do I set up the $mac.ini so that it tells the view client to autolaunch using this username (A), this password (B), and connect to this desktop pool(C)?

    wnos.ini

    autoload=2
    signon=0
    AutoPower=yes
    SysMode=vdi
    MaxVNCD=1
    VncPassword=******* encrypt=no
    VncPrompt=No Accept=5
    include=$MAC.ini

    Device=Wireless SSID=HCHC-Mobile RoamSensitive=Medium
    IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless access=wpa2-PSK wpa2pskpwd=************

    AddCertificate=”Wyse.cer”

    ConnectionBroker=VMware SecurityMode=No
    VDIBroker=https://vdi.hchc.org

    TimeServer=ntp.hchc.org TimeFormat=”12-hour format” DateFormat=mm/dd/yyyy
    TimeZone=’GMT – 05:00′ ManualOverride=No Daylight=Yes Start=030207 End=110107

    Thank you for any assistance.

    #42649
    ConfGen
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    Copy the wnos.ini in the /wnos folder
    Copy the mac.ini (eg. 008064123456.ini) in the /wnos/inc folder
    Move the Include=$mac.ini to the end of your wnos.ini to avoid overwriting
    Create a mac.ini for each device like this

    DomainList="your_domain"
    DefaultUser=username Disable=yes
    Password=password Disable=yes

    If the user has more than one desktop assigned you can autostart one of them by adding the AutoConnect statement to your VDIBroker parameter
    VDIBroker=https://vdi.hchc.org AutoConnectList=user_desktop

    CG

    #42674
    Shadevar
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    • Newbie

    You are a genius! This worked perfectly. I never would have guessed DefaultUser=

    What does the Disable=yes do, after the username and password?

    Joshua

    #42679
    ConfGen
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    It hides/disables the username and password for the user.

    CG

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