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This can now be accomplished with the version 3.2 firmware however you will need to contact Teradici directly to get the customizations added.
Here are a few links on how to do this. If this for one applications and no roaming profiles or data I would use the join domin script – you can not use sysprep,
You will need to use the map disks command in the wnos.ini. Use confgen on this site or download the sample configuration files so you can set up the right cammands in the wnos.ini.
To manually test you could also go to the rdp connection properties and tick the “disks” option,
You may want to chat to a Wyse SE – They have a custom image service for XP where they build and support custom XPe images to order. If in fact IIS is an option this may be possiable,
What is the back-end? TS, View, Citrix?
I belive you will need 6.4x code to support View 3.1, give Wyse support a call to see if they can assist,
Awesome stuff – I love to that you are running VMware View as the backend as well!
Great post, thanks for sharing!
Could be you imaged the devices with a smaller image? If you look a unit locally how big is the c: drive? This could be why they report as too small as not all the flash has been used up.
Its been a while since I played with WDM but maybe edit the RSP file to a smaller image size, load it into WDM and push this.
WDM will check the flash size of the unit and the value of the image you want to push from the RSP and load it. Of course if you have a few units that are 256MB flash they will not enjoy loading half an image!
BTW, if you are loading factory image it will expand across the entire flash space and the units will report the correct flash size on next check in,
The data requirements for device check-in is very small, its not required to use PXE or load images to do this.
Are you sure it is not an option for WDM and simply scan the network?
One question, what OS is on the devices? XPe discovery can complicate things a bit.
Nice, you know there is a 3150 – 1150 conversion image as well so you PS2 will work too!
CE is not a installable OS – its athough the binarys come from Microsoft each OEM (in this case Wyse) customise a loadable firmware tageted to device.
Use the firmware you downloaded, mind you if you want to customise and play with stuff leave the Linux payload on there.
Is this your configuration:
Has IP helper address pointing to the DHCP server and WDM server, the DHCP server is a seperate server behind the router.
(I assume this is what you mean when you say DHCP relay)
Is for back up and has a DHCP server hosted on it and IPhelper for WDM?
Imaging tool – will require end user to enter the BIOS to change the boot up -> can’t trust end users to stuff things up
Boot and hold the “P” key then select the USB key
PXE – will have to add the helper address on the routers -> a massive WAN change, more room for errors.
At least you can manage this as an administrator – the change is simple to apply remotly and getting it wrong will not really break anything
Lastly, onsite visit with Wyse Simple Imager and a crossover cable…
If you have the free version of WDM 4.5 then this is the max connections it will allow no matter what you set.
If you have Enterprise you can bump up the number, the max depends on the bandwidth and network relability – try 20 to 50.
See netXfer to re-flash:
The power is correct – the PSU with the unit is 12v 2A center pin +