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  • in reply to: ThinOS 8.6_024 JVDI #51405
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    I got 7000units Win10Iot now and I am not in a hurry anymore

    in reply to: ThinOS 8.6_024 JVDI #51403
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    JVDI over Horizon is a show stopper for me to go back from Win10IoT back to ThinOS

    in reply to: Is Wyse 5070 ThinOs obsolete? #51232
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    I rather hope for a successor for Wyse 3040 and 5070 to be announced before Xmas

    in reply to: Wyse 5070 WIN 10 IoT MS Updates and Anti Virus #50867
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    PS, we reboot win10Iot thinclient everyday just to make sure UWF is flushed

    in reply to: Wyse 5070 WIN 10 IoT MS Updates and Anti Virus #50866
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    We do not use WMS but we use W10IoT thinclient with SCCM CB.

    For UWF you have two options

    1. You can set Windows update service to manual,  create  a specific “green zone period” to disable UWF for monthly for a few hours. Run a script to start Windows update service during the “green zone period” download/update/reboot/winsxs cleanup the device. And then turn on UWF by the end of “green zone period” .

    2. If you want keep Windows update service running, you do need to setup UWF exclusion carefully and ensure that UWF has enough space to hold the download and commit all the changes.

    There is a very good Japanese article about UWF exclusion if you want to run winsxs cleanup with UWF enabled

    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askcorejp/2017/11/06/uwf-setting/

    PS. my shop windows 10 IoT devices are all coming with at least 8GB ram with 2GB UWF ram overlay configured

     

    in reply to: Wyse 5070 WIN 10 IoT MS Updates and Anti Virus #50666
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    Currently I have configured a very large write filter ,proper write filter exclusion to hold the windows update and a daily reboot to flush a write filter.

    This requires careful sizing on memory when buying Windows 10 IoT thinclient. It is too difficult to use Windows 10 IoT thinclient without 8GB ram, especially MS makes the monthly CU so large for LTSB 2015 (1GB) and LTSB 2016 (1.5GB).

    Not to even mention the time required to perform WinSXS cleanup.

     

    in reply to: thinOS and HDX 2.2 #44634
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    Got 8.4 downloaded, running HDX 2.2 with 5060 and logitech conference cam happily

    in reply to: thinOS and HDX 2.2 #44630
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    can’t wait 22nd, hopefully can download during asia day time

    in reply to: thinOS and HDX 2.2 #44615
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    Can’t wait til 22ndd ,so far the “known thinOS 8.4 features” from this forum

    -HDX 2.2

    -Vmware blast

    -MTP over RDP support

    …..

     

    in reply to: thinOS and HDX 2.2 #44608
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    What a good news. Would be great if it improves Skype video call quality using HDX and usb cameras

    in reply to: thinOS and HDX 2.2 #44595
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    RTME , yes. I am testing rtme 2.1 on Wyse 5060 with thinOS 8.3 and wondering if RTME 2.2 will be available anytime soon

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