Dell Wyse ThinOS V10LE System information

Release Notes
Dell Management Console
for Dell Enterprise Mobility Management and Dell Wyse
Cloud Client Management
March 5, 2014
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Table of Contents
“R5a” Release (March 5, 2014) .................................................................................................. 4
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Release Overview ............................................................................................................................. 4
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New Features Details ........................................................................................................................ 4
“R5” Release (February 6, 2014)................................................................................................ 7
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Release Overview ............................................................................................................................. 7
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New Features Details ........................................................................................................................ 7
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 11
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Known Issues .................................................................................................................................. 14
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Issues resolved in this release ........................................................................................................ 14
“R4” Release (December 8, 2013) ............................................................................................16
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Release Overview ........................................................................................................................... 16
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New Features Details ...................................................................................................................... 18
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 33
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Known Issues .................................................................................................................................. 36
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Issues resolved in this release ........................................................................................................ 36
“R3” Release (October 10, 2013) ..............................................................................................37
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Release Overview ........................................................................................................................... 37
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New Features Details ...................................................................................................................... 38
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 51
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Known Issues .................................................................................................................................. 53
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Issues resolved in this release ........................................................................................................ 53
“R2A” Release (August 16, 2013) .............................................................................................54
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Release Overview ........................................................................................................................... 54
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New Features Details ...................................................................................................................... 55
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 64
“R2” Release (June 28, 2013) ...................................................................................................66
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Release Overview ........................................................................................................................... 66
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New Features Details ...................................................................................................................... 66
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 74
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Known Issues .................................................................................................................................. 75
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Issues resolved in this release ........................................................................................................ 76
“R1” Release (May 24, 2013) ....................................................................................................77
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Release Overview ........................................................................................................................... 77
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New Features Details ...................................................................................................................... 77
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Supported Devices .......................................................................................................................... 90
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Upgrade Notes ................................................................................................................................ 91
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Known Issues .................................................................................................................................. 92
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“R5a” Release (March 5, 2014)
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Release Overview
The “R5a” release includes rebranding of the Cloud Client Manager platform – the Cloud Client
Manager server has been renamed to Dell Management Console. This release also supports
the new Dell Mobile Workspace solution. The server and device agent names and colors have
been updated to reflect the changes in branding.
Some of the highlights of this release:
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New name: “Cloud Client Manager” is now “Dell Management Console”
New name: “Cloud Client Manager Agent” is now “Dell Mobile Management Agent”
New name: “CCM On Premises Gateway” is now “Dell On Premises Gateway”
Updated Android Agent branding
Updated iOS Agent branding
Updated the CCM icons/colors to Dell icons/colors
Support for Dell Mobile Workspace: Available for iOS and Android devices,
enablement of a secure container for accessing corporate content and resources. For
further details visit: http://software.dell.com/products/container-management-for-mobile-devices/
New Features Details
1. Details on the renaming/icons/rebranding of Cloud Client manager:
a. “Cloud Client Manager” name has been removed from top of page.
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b. Cloud Client Manager icons have been replaced with Dell branded icons/colors.
c.
Rebranded “Cloud Client Manager Agent” is now “Dell Mobile Management Agent.”
The Dell icon that will appear on the agent side is below.
Old icon:
New icon:
d.
For iOS agent, in addition to icon and Dell
Mobile Management Agent app name
changes, the colors in the app have been
updated and the header is now “Dell Mobile
Management Agent”. Also, replaced "Sign in
with Cloud Client Manager Account" text with
"Sign in with Dell management portal
account" (from SSO sign-in page).
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e.
For Android agent, in addition to icon and Dell
Mobile
Management
Agent
app
name
changes, the header is now “Dell Mobile
Management Agent”. Also, replaced "Sign in
with Cloud Client Manager Account" text to
"Sign in with Dell management portal
account" (from SSO sign-in page).
f.
The On Premises name has changed from Cloud Client manager On Premises to
Dell On Premises Gateway as shown below in the image.
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“R5” Release (February 6, 2014)
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Release Overview
The Cloud Client Manager “R5” release includes new functionality for both the platform and for
device management on all device types.
Some of the highlights of this release:
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On Premises Gateway Management Enhancements:
 New option to validate from CCM console the On-Premises Gateway
configured URL
 New option to remotely Unregister On-Premises Gateway (and ‘Force
Unregister’ if gateway is no longer reachable)
 Display Tenant Code and SSO login link in the Portal Admin -> On Premises
page to simplify Single Sign-On user experience
 New option to manually trigger export of mobile device asset inventory into
Dell KACE K1000 appliance
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Other Platform Enhancements:
 Improved messaging for iOS device registration for missing/expired MDM
APNS certificates
 Display last connection and security settings status in System Status section
of Windows Devices
 Support for CCM console Administrators to update their own login name
 Dell Mobile Workspace support
New Features Details
g. On Premises Gateway Management Enhancements
Available from Portal Admin > On Premises, new functionality available to improve the On
Premises Gateway functionality.
a. Validate On-Premises Gateway configured URL: Click the “Query” button to validate that
the CCM server can access the registered On Premises Gateway. If able to reach the
remote gateway, then a new tab will open with the message “Succesful!”.
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b. Remotely Unregister (& ‘Force Unregister’) On Premises Gateway: Click the “Unregister” button to unregister the currently registered On Premises Gateway. If the On
Premises Gateway is no longer reachable use the “Force Unregistration” checkbox to
forcefully unregister the gateway from CCM.
c.
Display Tenant Code and SSO login link: For Single Sign-On (SSO), the “Tenant Code” is
now displayed on the On Premises Service page for reference. Additionally, the link used to
login to the CCM Administrator portal and self-service page using domain credentials is now
displayed at the top of this page next to the label “SSO enabled”.
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d. Manually Sync Dell KACE K1000 asset inventory: When Dell KACE Integration is
enabled, use the “Sync Devices” button to manually trigger the update of mobile device
asset inventory in the Dell KACE K1000 appliance.
h. Other Platform Enhancements
a. iOS MDM APNS Certificate Enhancements: Improved messaging during iOS device
registration when the iOS MDM APNS certificate is expired or if one is not uploaded to Portal
Admin > APNS. On the iOS CCM Agent the user will receive warning message for either
case. On the Self-Service portal page, if user tries to register from an iOS device and
certificate is either not uploaded or expired, the registration button will be disabled with
corresponding message underneath.
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b. Updated System Status for Windows Devices: In the Device Details page of Windows
Devices, the System Status section now displays the last known connection and security
settings status for quick visibility.
c.
CCM Administrators updating own login name: The logged in administrator may change
their login name from Portal Admin > Administrators by editing account – click “Change
Login Name?” link to enable this functionality. NOTE: This will require a re-login to console.
d. Dell Mobile Workspace support. For further information on Dell Mobile Workspace visit:
http://software.dell.com/products/container-management-for-mobile-devices/
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Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
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Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:
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C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_105 or later)
R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_105 or later)
T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_105 or later)
D00X (Xenith Pro 2) running firmware 2.0_104 or later (recommended 2.0_105 or later)
C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later(recommended 8.0_210 or later)
R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_210 or later)
T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_210 or later)
T10D running firmware ThinOS 8.0_210 (new platform added)
D10D running firmware ThinOS 8.0_037 or later (recommended 8.0_211 or later)
D10DP running firmware ThinOS 8.0_117 or later (recommended 8.0_211 or later)
Z10DP running firmware ThinOS 8.0_037 or later (recommended 8.0_211 or later)
*Refer to CCM support site for updates on supported devices:
https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/22579541
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to
enable Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse
Self-Service Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an
email from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware
updates (if you did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with
updating firmware on Wyse ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base
Solution #10566 (go to Wyse Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for
10566).
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
iOS Requirements
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Supported Devices:
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iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch devices running iOS Version 5.x and later
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
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MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this requires an Apple ID. As the
Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be renewed
annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal one
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Android Requirements
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Supported Devices:
i. Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later
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Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect Requirements
IMPORTANT: Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices require a valid Cloud Client Manager user account in
order to register device during the device activation process.
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Supported Devices:
i. Android Version 4.1 and later
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Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
On Premises Gateway Requirements
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Supported Devices:
i. Windows machine running Windows 7, Windows 8
ii. Minimum CPU requirements: 1 GHz (x86 processor) or 1.4 GHz (x64 processor)
iii. Minimum available RAM: 1 GB
iv. Minimum Disk Space: 2 GB available (for install and maintaining service operation)
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Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
NOTE: The On Premises Gateway must be installed on a server within the DMZ externally
accessible, and the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server must be registered in
public DNS.
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Windows Agent Requirements
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
OS Requirements:
OS
Architecture
Windows Version
32bits
Windows 8 / Pro / Enterprise
Windows 7 Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Enterprise / Ultimate –
Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2012 Standard / Essential / Datacenter / Foundation – Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Ed. / Enterprise Ed. / Datacenter Ed. – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 for Itanium-based Systems - Service Pack 1
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 for high Performance supercomputers - Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation - Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6002 Service Pack 2)
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6001 Service Pack 1)
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition
Windows Storage Server 2008
Windows Small Business Server 2008
Windows Essential Business Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems
Windows HPC Server 2008 for high Performance supercomputers
Windows Server Foundation 2008
64 bits
YES
YES
YES
YES
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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Known Issues
STR-678
iOS registration fails if re-registering within 30 seconds
STR-842
Some iOS/Android sub-options at lower policy level not affected by changes to
parent options at higher policy level
STR-1148
Android device prompts for app install for installed System apps
STR-1173
Remove certificate for iOS payload fails unless linked payload is removed
STR-1409
Picture taken from the Android back camera compressed on Agent display (correct
on server)
STR-1497
iOS Webclip uploaded image truncated in IE8 in CCM console
STR-2335
User/Device Details summary view not displaying some iOS settings when payload
configured at higher level is saved with default settings at user/device level.
STR-2414
Event missing when removing device-level exception payloads
STR-2449
Cannot deactivate AD user missing email address
STR-2489
Apps installed from App Store not tagged as “not managed” in CCM Agent when
user cancels the app install request on device
STR-2729
During Thin Client registration, in specific scenario device shows as compliant even if
configuration could not be loaded.
STR-3009
In Thin Client system information, the “802.1X Auth” field may report N/A when
invalid characters received
STR-3137
User prompted to reinstall enterprise app when changing group and app assigned to
both groups (iOS)
STR-4187
Advanced RDP settings may be sent if checkbox is unchecked
STR-4370
App policies are not unassigned for AD synced groups when they are no longer
synced
STR-4374
SSO login fails if email address is changed in AD
STR-4615
Reloading the same certificate on On Premises Gateway fails
STR-4621
When unregistering On Premises Gateway the page needs to be refreshed to see
status update
Issues resolved in this release
CPC-365
Pagination added to top of Installed App tab on Device Details page
STR-3096
Thin client details displaying device name instead of SSID for Current Wi-Fi Network.
STR-3200
iOS CCM Agent updates managed app states on check-in
STR-4090
Republish for iOS AirPrint, AirPlay, Fonts payloads
STR-4198
Prevent On Premises Gateway registration if one already registered
STR-4230
Other filters do not display any results after selecting AppSDK filter in Users page
STR-4285
Remove unsupported iOS option – Header Magic in Exchange ActiveSync payload
STR-4306
Export Devices to CSV feature not working in IE8
STR-4323
iOS CCM Agent not updating status for deactivated mobile user
STR-4347
iPod Touch minimum OS version not enforced correctly
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Release Notes for Previous Releases
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“R4” Release (December 8, 2013)
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Release Overview
The Cloud Client Manager “R4” release includes a lot of new functionality for both the platform
and for device management on all device types. Amongst these changes are an updated look &
feel, the new On-Premises Gateway, and enhanced support for Thin Client, iOS, Android and
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect management.
Some of the highlights include:
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Enhanced Look & Feel
 Updated Cloud Client Manager console look and feel
 Updated Cloud Client Manager Agent for Android and Dell Cloud Connect
devices with better feedback and usability enhancements
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New On-Premises Gateway [PRO tier only]
 New application installed on-premises provides extended functionality to the
Cloud Client Manager features offered in the cloud:
• Single Sign-On support: Portal administrators and mobile users can
now use domain credentials for portal authentication (Administrator
and Self-Service views) and for mobile device registration.
• Dell KACE K1000 Integration: Ability to automate export of asset
inventory into Dell KACE K1000 appliance.
• AD Connector bundled installation: Use for bulk import and manual
sync of AD Groups and Users with the Cloud Client Manager portal,
the AD Connector is now bundled with the On-Premises Gateway
installer.
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Enhanced Thin Client features
 Expanded set of settings for configuring ThinOS and Xenith devices; this
requires latest thin client firmware. See Cloud Client Manager support site for
details.
 Tech Preview of support for Windows Embedded (WES7 and WE8S) thin
clients
 Support for 10 additional custom INI parameter values for thin clients
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Enhanced iOS device support
 New Apple VPP program (for iOS 7 devices) [PRO tier only]
 New iOS 7 device payloads (AirPrint, AirPlay, Fonts)
 New iOS 7 device options for device restrictions (lock screen views,
fingerprint unlock) and Wi-Fi policies
 Support for Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect and Cisco AnyConnect VPN
clients
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Enhanced Android device support
 Enterprise Wi-Fi management (with certificates)
 VPN support for Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect and Cisco AnyConnect
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New Registration Restrictions policies
 Block mobile device registration by number of devices registered per user
(total and by device type) and by minimum OS version
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Platform Enhancements:
 Enhancements for Apple APNS certificate management
 Enhancements to Users page
 Enhancements to email message templates for user invitations
 Added support for modifying login name for Portal Administrators
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New Device Encryption policy
 Compliance and visibility into device encryption for iOS and Android devices
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Introduction of “Keystone” (Currently in Private Beta) [PRO tier only]:
 A new workspace for iOS and Android devices enabling secure container
on device for access to corporate content and resources. The following
secure apps are supported: email, calendar, contacts, file browser, web
browser.
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New Features Details
1. New Cloud Client Manager console look & feel and update to Android Agent User
Interface
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Update to the Cloud Client Manager console colors and views:
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New look & feel for Android CCM Agent for enhanced user experience and guidance on how
to remediate Non-Compliant devices.
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2. New Cloud Client Manager On-Premises Gateway [Available for PRO tier only]
The Cloud Client Manager On-Premises Gateway is an application that can be installed onpremises as an extension to the Cloud Client Manger functionality provided in the cloud.
By installing and configuring this gateway the following features can be enabled:
a. Single Sign-On: Support for Single Sign-On for portal authentication (Admin and SelfService views) and for mobile device registration. Portal administrators and mobile users
can now use domain credentials instead of local Cloud Client Manager credentials for
these functions.
b. Dell Kace K1000 Integration: Ability to automate export of asset inventory into the Dell
Kace K1000 appliance.
c.
AD Connector: The AD Connector is now bundled with the On-Premises Gateway
installer. This allows for bulk import and manual sync for AD Groups and Users with the
Cloud Client Manager portal.
The On-Premises gateway can be downloaded from Portal Admin > On Premises.
For more details on the On-Premise gateway refer to the “On-Premises Gateway Overview”
support article: https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/30600507
3. Enhanced Thin Client management features:
The following enhancements are available in this release for Thin Client management:
a. Thin Client Support
I. Support for WES7 and WE8S thin clients [Tech Preview]
Focus of this Tech Preview is on monitoring and visibility of the Windows
Embedded thin client assets.
i.
Use the Windows agent (from Portal Admin > Windows Agent) and
install it on a thin client after disabling Write-Filter, enter tenant group
key, and then enable the Write-Filter).
ii.
Registration
iii.
Inventory
 Hardware
 Software
 Network
 Security status
o Anti-virus
o Anti-spyware
o Firewall
o Windows Update
o Internet security
iv.
Grouping (no additional functionality is supported other than assigning
devices to Groups)
v.
Real-time Commands
 Restart
 Shutdown
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 Send a message to user
 Query for updated device information
vi.
Troubleshooting
 Screenshot (with/without user permission)
 Process list (option to End a process)
 Services list (option to Restart/Shutdown a service)
 Performance monitoring
II. Support for new/updated Wyse ThinOS and Xenith devices
i.
D10DP – new platform that adds PCoIP support for connecting to
VMware Horizon View in addition to Citrix, RDP and RDS/Terminal
Server environments
ii.
T10D – new dual-core ARM platform (releasing soon)
b. New Settings
I. Visual Experience
i.
Prevent toolbar from closing unless mouse focus moves away
ii.
Auto-hide toolbar after specified seconds
iii.
Desktop Wallpaper
 Wallpaper image can be uploaded from the ‘Apps & Data’ tab
II. Security
i.
Allow lockdown of device (Save Privilege level in local flash)
ii.
Require domain login to use device
iii.
Disable guest users
iv.
Require reentering password after Sign-on
v.
Require smartcard for login
vi.
Require smartcard for login
vii.
Disable WDM Service
viii.
Disable ThinPrint Service
ix.
Disable VNC Shadowing
x.
Fast Disconnect Key (Use F12 to disconnect Citrix sessions)
III. Remote Connections
i.
Broker server for Quest vWorkspace
ii.
Detailed Session Behavior Defaults for all connection types
iii.
Peripheral Behavior
 Auto-connection to selected local device types
 USB redirection
iv.
Direct RDP connection settings
v.
Microsoft RDS/Terminal Server settings
vi.
Citrix
 Use default settings for XenApp and XenDesktop or provide
customized settings for HDX
 Additional settings including as session reconnection, selfservice center, authentication method, Reset VM, 32-bit icons.
vii.
VMware
 Protocol: RDP/PCoIP
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IV. Other
i.
ii.
Remember previous username
TimeZone
 Daylight Savings Time (DST)
V. Advanced
i.
Set up to 20 INI parameters (increased from 10)
c. Removed Settings
I. Remote Connections: Enable Branch Repeater for Citrix (this has been
deprecated by Wyse ThinOS)
Refer to following support article for updates on Thin Client features:
https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/30062368
4. Enhanced iOS device support
a. Support for new Apple VPP program (iOS 7 devices) [Available for PRO tier only]
From Portal Admin > Apple VPP, can configure your Apple VPP account to distribute
licenses to users for paid iOS apps (only iOS 7+ devices are supported).
By uploading the VPP Token provided by Apple via the VPP Account, Cloud Client
Manager is able to sync with your account for user status and license usage.
For more details on configuring the Apple VPP feature, consult the Apple VPP for iOS 7
Overview support article: https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/30832357
NOTE: Apple VPP for pre-iOS 7 devices is not supported with this release.
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b. New iOS 7 payloads (AirPrint, AirPlay, Fonts)
Support for the following payloads has been added in this release: AirPrint Printers,
AirPlay Devices, Fonts. These payloads are only supported on iOS devices running iOS
7+.
I. AirPrint Printers
Available from iOS Settings > AirPrint Printers, this allows AirPrint printers to
be pre-configured for iOS 7+ devices. To configure the printer the IP Address
and Resource Path of the printer must be known. The Resource Path
corresponds to the “rp” parameter of the printers _ipp.tcp Bonjour record (e.g.
printers/Dell V725w).
II. AirPlay Devices
Available from iOS Settings > AirPlay Devices, this allows AirPlay devices to be
pre-configured for iOS 7+ devices. To add an AirPlay device, the device name
and password must be configured.
III. Fonts
Available from iOS Settings > Fonts, this allows True Type (.ttf) or Open Type
(.otf) font files to be send to iOS 7+ devices. The font will be identified on the
device by the Postscript name embedded in the fonts file.
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c. New iOS 7 options for device restrictions (lock screen views, fingerprint unlock)
and Wi-Fi policies
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Available from iOS Settings > Restrictions, the following device restrictions are now
available for iOS 7+ devices:
 Allow Control Center While Device Locked: Option to manage Control Center
on the lock screen
 Allow Notifications While Device Locked: Option to manage the Notifications
view in the lock screen Notification Center
 Allow Today View While Device Locked: Option to manage the Today view in
the lock screen Notification Center
 Allow Fingerprint Unlock: Option to manage the Touch ID for device passcode
unlocking
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Available from iOS Settings > WiFi, new option “Require TLS Certificate” for iOS 7+
devices. Allows for management of trusted certificates for WPA/WPA2-Enterprise
Wi-Fi networks.
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d. VPN support for Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect and Cisco AnyConnect
Available from iOS Settings > VPN, this allows for VPN profiles to be distributed to iOS
devices. With this release the following VPN clients are supported:
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Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect
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Cisco AnyConnect
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e. Enhanced Apple APNS certificate management
Updates to the Portal Admin > APNS page to simplify renewal of APNS certificates for
MDM device management:
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New “Renew Certificate” button providing specific instructions for renewal of
Apple APNS certificate
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Option to store the Apple ID used to create the certificate (NOTE: this Apple ID
will need to be used annually to renew the certificate)
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New portal notification that will appear on the Dashboard if the certificate will
expire within 30 days
5. Enhanced Android Device Support
a. Enterprise Wi-Fi management (with certificates)
Available from Android Settings > WiFi, enhancements to distribute enterprise “802.1X
EAP” enterprise Wi-Fi profiles:
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Streamlined configuration for EAP Method types
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Ability to distribute certificates for Trusted CA Certificates and for EAP-TLS
identity certificates.
NOTE: Certificate installation is supported for devices running minimum Android
version 4.0 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”). For pre-“Jelly Bean” (Android 4.1) devices
the user may need to manually assign the certificate to the Wi-Fi profile if the
device cannot match the name of the certificate.
NOTE 2: Cloud Client Manager initiates the certificate installation on device
(requires user interaction to complete install). Once installed certificates cannot
be removed by CCM Agent – if required, certificates must be removed locally.
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b. VPN support for Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect and Cisco AnyConnect
Available from Android Settings > VPN, this allows for VPN profiles to be distributed to
Android devices. With this release the following VPN clients are supported:

Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect

Cisco AnyConnect
NOTE: For Cloud Client Manager to create Cisco AnyConnect profiles on the
device the option “Settings > External Connection” must be set to either
“Enabled” or “Prompt” (user will be requested to accept profile) in the Cisco
AnyConnect app on device.
NOTE: Dell SonicWALL Mobile Connect and Cisco AnyConnect profiles can be
distributed one time from the CCM console – however, they cannot be removed or
updated on the device. To update profiles it is recommended to create a new VPN profile
with the updated settings. Changes to existing profiles will only affect devices registered
with Cloud Client Manager after the change has been made, if the profile does not
already exist on device.
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6. New Registration Restrictions for Mobile Devices
This feature allows rules to be configured to block mobile device registration if specific device
criteria are not met. The following rules are configurable:

Max Total Devices Per User: The total number of iOS, Android, and Cloud Connect
devices registered allowed per user.

Max Devices Per User (Device Type): The number or iOS, Android and Cloud Connect
devices registered allowed per user. For iOS devices a rule can be configured for the
total number of iOS devices or by iOS device model (iPhone, iPad, iPod). Both Total
iOS and specific iOS models may be configured, however total for individual iOS types
cannot exceed value set for the Total iOS – e.g. if Total iOS / iPhone / iPad / iPod are
all set to ‘2’, any combination of iPhone, iPad, and iPad may be registered as long as
total does not exceed two devices registered.
NOTE: User cannot register more devices than allowed by the Max Total Devices Per
User rule.

Minimum OS Version: Configure the minimum OS version for device registration.
Supported for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and Android. Version number supports up to 3
decimal places .

Max Keystone Apps Per User: The total number of Keystone apps registered allowed
per user.
Each registration rule can be configured as same value for all Policy Groups, or can be set
individually per group. To configure a rule, click on the rule name and select the “Enable Rule”
checkbox.
To configure the same policy for all groups select the “Same value for all groups” option.
Otherwise, select the option to configure on a per-Policy Group basis.
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7. Visibility into device encryption for iOS and Android devices
New policy that allows for device encryption to be considered for device compliance. For iOS,
this policy provides visibility into of the iOS Data Protection is enabled on the device – policy is
configured from iOS Settings > Advanced. For Android, this is supported for devices running
Android OS 3.0+ - the policy is configured from Android Settings > Advanced.
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The Data Protection / Encryption status is visible from the Device Details > System Info tab. If
the device is not compliant with the policy, then an alert will be flagged until the device becomes
compliant.
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8. Platform Enhancements
a. Enhancements to Users Page: In the table there are new icons for the columns to see
number of devices and Keystone apps registered to a user, in addition to if user has used
Cloud Client Manager credentials to login from PocketCloud app.
Where:
= Number of devices registered by user
= Number of Keystone workspaces registered by user
= If user has logged in from PocketCloud app using Cloud Client Manager
credentials
b. Enhancements to email message templates for user invitations: New email invite
wizard for sending email instructions to users for device registration.
Portal Administrators can select the device types they would like to send a registration
invitation for.
For devices that require user registration (iOS, Android, Cloud Connect) the wizard will
then provide option to request user to use either Cloud Client Manager credentials or
domain credentials.
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Prior to sending to user(s), the Portal Administrator can update the email subject and
message.
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
Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
o
Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:








C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later(recommended 8.0_105 Hotfix or later)
R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_105 Hotfix or later)
T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_105 Hotfix or later)
D10D running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_105 Hotfix or later)
D10DP running firmware ThinOS 8.0_117 or later
*Refer to CCM support site for updates on supported devices:
https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/22579541
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to
enable Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse
Self-Service Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an
email from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware
updates (if you did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with
updating firmware on Wyse ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base
Solution #10566 (go to Wyse Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for
10566).
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
iOS Requirements
o
Supported Devices:

iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch devices running iOS Version 5.x and later
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
o
MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this requires an Apple ID. As the
Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be renewed
annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal one
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Android Requirements

Supported Devices:
i. Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later

Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
On Premises Gateway Requirements

Supported Devices:
i. Windows machine running Windows 7, Windows 8
ii. Minimum CPU requirements: 1 GHz (x86 processor) or 1.4 GHz (x64 processor)
iii. Minimum available RAM: 1 GB
iv. Minimum Disk Space: 2 GB available (for install and maintaining service operation)

Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
NOTE: The On Premises Gateway must be installed on a server within the DMZ externally
accessible, and the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server must be registered in
public DNS.
Windows Agent Requirements
o

Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
OS Requirements:
OS
Architecture
Windows Version
32bits
Windows 8 / Pro / Enterprise
Windows 7 Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Enterprise / Ultimate –
Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2012 Standard / Essential / Datacenter / Foundation – Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Ed. / Enterprise Ed. / Datacenter Ed. – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 for Itanium-based Systems - Service Pack 1
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 for high Performance supercomputers - Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation - Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008
64 bits
YES
YES
YES
YES
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6002 Service Pack 2)
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6001 Service Pack 1)
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition
Windows Storage Server 2008
Windows Small Business Server 2008
Windows Essential Business Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems
Windows HPC Server 2008 for high Performance supercomputers
Windows Server Foundation 2008
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YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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
Known Issues
STR-678
iOS registration fails if re-registering within 30 seconds
STR-842
Some iOS/Android sub-options at lower policy level not affected by changes to
parent options at higher policy level
STR-1148
Android device prompts for app install for installed System apps
STR-1173
Remove certificate for iOS payload fails unless linked payload is removed
STR-1409
Picture taken from the Android back camera compressed on Agent display (correct
on server)
STR-1497
iOS Webclip uploaded image truncated in IE8 in CCM console
STR-2335
User/Device Details summary view not displaying some iOS settings when payload
configured at higher level is saved with default settings at user/device level.
STR-2414
Event missing when removing device-level exception payloads
STR-2449
Cannot deactivate AD user missing email address
STR-2489
Apps installed from App Store not tagged as “not managed” in CCM Agent when
user cancels the app install request on device
STR-2729
During Thin Client registration, in specific scenario device shows as compliant even if
configuration could not be loaded.
STR-3009
In Thin Client system information, the “802.1X Auth” field may report N/A when
invalid characters received
STR-3137
User prompted to reinstall enterprise app when changing group and app assigned to
both groups (iOS)
STR-3598
Prompt for Registration Key with “Default Policy Group” for PC Agent download (IE 8 only)
Issues resolved in this release
STR-2712
Some Android devices displaying app identifier instead of app name in Restrictions
message
STR-3218
Change Thin Client visual experience between Classic Desktop and Zero Launchpad
from Advanced payload doesn't trigger automatic restart
STR-3301
Thin Client reboots when it has DesktopColorDepth setting in both Display and
Advanced payload but with different values
STR-3302
Some Thin Client payloads (Remote Connections and Security) take precedence
over Advanced payload
STR-3346
Starter Tenant issue editing a user.
STR-3461
CCM Agent reporting incorrect category for apps rejected on device and
subsequently installed directly from app store
STR-3473
Admin with “Global Viewer” role cannot access "Export to CSV" unless granted
privileges to another operation
STR-3549
Incorrect image shown for D10 Thin Client in details page
STR-3590
PC Agent download button disabled if selecting a group after selecting another group
that has no registration key assigned. Workaround: Refresh Page
STR-3604
“Remove App” command sometimes generated for user installed app (Android)
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“R3” Release (October 10, 2013)

Release Overview
This Cloud Client Manager release introduces cloud-based Windows software providing asset
visibility, remote troubleshooting and management, and the ability to send remote commands to
Windows devices. The Windows agent (currently in Tech preview) can be easily downloaded
and installed on users’ Windows devices and registered with Cloud Client Manager within a few
minutes.
Other features introduced in this release include enhancements for iOS 7 device management,
the ability to send customized messages to mobile devices, a new license subscription page,
and a new help page with tips to assist with registering the various devices types supported by
Cloud Client Manager.
Highlights of this release:

New CCM Windows Agent (Tech Preview)
o Simple and efficient way to manage Windows devices
o Easy installation and both automatic and manual updates are supported
o Enhanced visibility into device’s system information and vitals: HW details, OS
details, network details, security settings, antivirus settings, windows firewall
settings
o Statistics available for Device inventory

Windows Device Management from CCM server
o Send remote commands to Windows devices
o Troubleshooting tools: view/stop running processes, view/stop/restart running
services; request screenshot functionality

Enhancements for iOS 7 support
o Support for new iOS 7 “Open-In” restrictions, device restrictions and new queries
(supported on devices running iOS 7+)

Send Message to Devices
o Send customized message to Android, iOS, Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, and
Windows devices (iOS requires Cloud Client Manager Agent)

Platform Enhancements
o Subscription Info page to review purchased, in-use, and remaining licenses from
portal, as well as license expiration date
o “How to Add a Device” page to assist with device registration
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
New Features Details
2. Downloading/updating the Windows Agent (Tech Preview)
a) A new “Windows Agent” page is available from Portal Admin tab
b) This page shows the version number and release date of latest Windows Agent, and a link to
the release notes.
c) There are 3 main tabs on this page: Agent Distribution, Updates, and Statistics
d) Agent Distribution tab: The user may download the generic Windows agent app or choose
a group from the dropdown menu, and then download the customized Windows agent app.
The generic agent will require the user to enter group registration key at installation. The
customized agent will not require a group registration key.
Alternatively the user may also copy the link at the bottom of the page and email the link to
others to download/install the Windows agent application.
A third way to download the agent is invite users through email as shown below:
e) Updates tab: the user can choose the automatic option or a manual option. Automatic
updates will be published to the user as soon as the stratus operator publishes the updates.
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Manual updates will be published to the user after the IT admin clicks on this option and
clicks on the “Publish v X.Y.Z” button.
f)
Statistics tab: this information will provide a quick inventory snapshot - number of registered
Windows devices, versions installed, and the total number of Windows devices that exist.
3. Installing Windows Agent
a) After downloading, user runs the installation file (.msi) in order to register Windows Agent to
CCM server.
b) The user can select either to “Install Now” or change the installation path, if desired.
c) The user will be asked to confirm that changes will occur on the computer due to a program
installation. Once they click “Yes”, installation will be complete.
d) There will be a confirmation message that the installation was successful. Click “Finish” to
complete the installation setup.
e) There are 4 tabs within the CCM Windows agent: Status, Settings, Support, About

Status: will show connection status to internet/CCM server. Green means that you are
connected. Grey (with an exclamation mark) generally means device has lost Internet
connectivity.
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
Settings: The user will be able to register/unregister his device with a group registration
key (provided by his admin). Also, the user can choose to hide/unhide the CCM tray
icon.
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If user presses the Unregister button, they will be prompted to confirm unregistering the
Windows agent from CCM server. Re-registration requires a valid group registration key.

Support: If “Enable Support Mode” is checked, agent logging is enabled. Log files are
stored in the installation folder and can be easily emailed to the IT Admins for
troubleshooting. The “Open Log” button opens the folder where the logs are stored.

About: Displays the EULA and the Windows Agent version.
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4. Devices Page UI Changes
a) Added “Windows” to Device Types filter.
b) New commands for Windows Devices: Query, Restart, Shutdown, Unregister.

Query: Requests Windows Agent to update CCM console with updated device
information.

Restart will reboot the device with a warning message.

Shutdown will shutdown the device

Unregister will unregister the device from CCM server
managed by the CCM cloud based service.
Device will no longer be
c) Commands under more actions: Send Message, Change Group, Change Device
Location.

Send Message will allow IT admins to send messages to the device. Below is the
example of the message that IT admins can send and user will receive on his device:
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
Change Group will allow IT admins to change group of the device (e.g. Change a
group from Engineering group to Sales group)

Change Device Location will allow IT admins to enter a location of the device.
Location will be updated on the device details page as shown below
5. Device Details Page UI
a) Once a Windows device is selected on the Devices page, a Device Details page will show
like below for the device. The top part of this page contains a quick snapshot of basic
information about the device: Device name, Device type, OS version, Owner, Serial Number,
Last Check-In, and Compliance Status.
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b) There are 5 new tabs created under the device details page:

Summary: The summary tab will contain notes that are specific for that device. As an
admin, you can also change group assignment at this place. And it will provide a list of alerts
for the device

System info: The system info tab will retrieve the vital information about the device. The
Windows agent installed on the device will pull this information from the device, and report it
to CCM server. This information is very useful to understand basic HW details, operation
system details, network details, security settings, antivirus settings, and Windows firewall
settings. The admin can expand/collapse the below categories to see a particular category.

Events: The events tab will report all events that are particular to that device. (e.g.
registration, unregister, remote commands, etc.), including information regarding status of the
command (Successful, In-Progress, Pending, Failed).

Installed Apps: The installed apps tab contains 2 tabs. Installed Programs lists all the
installed programs on the device and includes the publisher, version and installed date. This
info is helpful for the IT admins to compare list of installed programs to company policy.
Installed updates tab gives a complete list of already installed updates – other columns
include publisher name, version, and installed on date. The IT admin will be able to sort the
columns in installed program/updates tabs.
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
Search field: The IT admin is also able to search a certain application by name if you
just type the name in the search field under installed programs and installed updates
tab.
Troubleshooting: The Troubleshooting tab is primarily designed to help IT admins
remotely troubleshoot issues. Administrators are able to check for system info and verify the
device and security settings. The Troubleshooting tab offers three support tools:
o
o
o
Screen Capture on Demand: the IT admin may request a screenshot (with/without
user’s knowledge/permission).
Windows Task Troubleshooting: Administrator may request from device the
Windows Processes and Services list to see current status on Windows device.
Admin may also choose to stop an application remotely by selecting an application
and pressing the End button, or to remotely Stop or Restart a running service.
Performance Monitoring: By clicking “Start Mirroring” Administrators gain visibility
into the average memory and CPU usage over previous minute.
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6. Enhancements for iOS 7 support
The following features have been added for enhanced support of iOS devices. These features
are not available on pre-iOS 7 devices:
a) New Data Management Restrictions (from iOS policy > Restrictions settings):
i. Open From Unmanaged to Managed Apps & Accounts: Option to prevent
documents in unmanaged apps and accounts to be shared with managed apps and
account. Managed apps are those that are managed by CCM [Requires Pro Tier].
Note: Does not apply to Safari/AirDrop
ii. Open From Managed to Unmanaged: Option to prevent documents in managed
apps and accounts to only be opened with other managed apps and accounts.
Managed apps are those that are managed by CCM [Requires Pro Tier]. Note:
Does not apply to Safari/AirDrop
b) New Device Restrictions (from iOS policy > Restrictions settings):
i. Keychain Sync : Option to disable iCloud keychain sync
ii. Force Limit Ad Tracking: Option to limit ad tracking
iii. OTA PKI Updates: Option to disable over-the-air PKI updates
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c) New device information available from device queries:
i. Logged into Active iTunes Account: indicates whether or not user is logged into an
active iTunes account
ii. Device Locator Service: indicates whether or not a device locater service (e.g. Find
My iPhone) is enabled on device
iii. “Do Not Disturb” Setting: indicates whether or not “Do Not Disturb” setting is
enabled on device
iv. Personal Hotspot: indicates whether or not device is being used as a personal
hotspot
7. Send Customized Message
New option to send a customized message to devices. The message must be 128 characters or
less. This option is supported on Android, Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, and Windows PC devices.
It is also supported for iOS if the device has the Cloud Client Manager Agent installed on it.
To send a customized message, select one more devices from the Devices page and click More
Actions > Send Message.
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In the Send Message window enter the desired message (up to 128 characters) and click the
Send button. Message will appear on the device as a notification.
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8. Platform Enhancements
a) Subscription Information
New Your Subscription page available from Portal Admin > Subscription. From this page
the number of purchased, in-use and remaining device and user licenses may be viewed.
Additionally, may now also review the subscription expiration date. Alerts have also been
added when the license is set to expire within 30 days (at login).
There is also a “Manage Subscription” button which will open a new webpage to login to the
CCM Billing portal.
b) “How to Add a Device” feature
New “How to Add a Device” link available from Devices page. This provides a quick
overview with tips and helpful information on how to register various device types: Thin
Clients, Android, iOS, Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, and Windows PCs.
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Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
o
Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:
 C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)

R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)





T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
D10D running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to
enable Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse
Self-Service Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an
email from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware
updates (if you did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with
updating firmware on Wyse ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base
Solution #10566 (go to Wyse Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for
10566).
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
iOS Requirements
o
Supported Devices:

iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch devices running iOS Version 5.x and later
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
o
MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this requires an Apple ID. As the
Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be renewed
annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal one
Android Requirements

Supported Devices:
i. Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later

Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
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Windows Agent Requirements
o

Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
OS Requirements:
OS
Architecture
Windows Version
32bits
Windows 8 / Pro / Enterprise
Windows 7 Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Enterprise / Ultimate –
Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2012 Standard / Essential / Datacenter / Foundation – Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Ed. / Enterprise Ed. / Datacenter Ed. – Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 for Itanium-based Systems - Service Pack 1
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 for high Performance supercomputers - Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation - Service Pack 1
Windows Web Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6002 Service Pack 2)
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition (Microsoft Windows NT 6.0 6001 Service Pack 1)
Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition
Windows Storage Server 2008
Windows Small Business Server 2008
Windows Essential Business Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems
Windows HPC Server 2008 for high Performance supercomputers
Windows Server Foundation 2008
64 bits
YES
YES
YES
YES
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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

Known Issues
STR-678
iOS registration fails if re-registering within 30 seconds
STR-842
Some iOS/Android sub-options at lower policy level not affected by changes to
parent options at higher policy level
STR-1148
Android device prompts for app install for installed System apps
STR-1173
Remove certificate for iOS payload fails unless linked payload is removed
STR-1409
Picture taken from the Android back camera compressed on Agent display (correct
on server)
STR-1497
iOS Webclip uploaded image truncated in IE8 in CCM console
STR-2335
User/Device Details summary view not displaying some iOS settings when payload
configured at higher level is saved with default settings at user/device level.
STR-2414
Event missing when removing device-level exception payloads
STR-2449
Cannot deactivate AD user missing required user information
STR-2489
Apps installed from App Store not tagged as “not managed” in CCM Agent when
user cancels the app install request on device
STR-2552
VPP file name is not cleared if upload is cancelled and reinitiated
STR-2712
Some Android devices displaying app identifier instead of app name in Restrictions
message
STR-2729
During Thin Client registration, in specific scenario device shows as compliant even if
configuration could not be loaded.
STR-3009
In Thin Client system information, the “802.1X Auth” field may report N/A when
invalid characters received
STR-3109
Thin Client will not revert Global Thin Client firmware mapping in case where a
device-level exception has been pushed to device and reverted by using “Select
Firmware” option. Workaround: Remove policy from device level exception
STR-3137
User prompted to reinstall enterprise app when changing group and app assigned to
both groups (iOS)
STR-3590
PC Agent download button disabled if selecting a group after selecting another group
that has no registration key assigned. Workaround: Refresh Page
STR-3598
Prompt for Registration Key with “Default Policy Group” for PC Agent download (IE
8)
STR-3604
“Remove App” command sometimes generated for user installed app (Android)
Issues resolved in this release
STR-2786
Changing Android app policy multiple times between mandatory to not managed may
cause extra remove application commands
STR-2922
Changing Android policy sometimes requires Republish to push policies
STR-3105
In Dashboard, Devices, User Details, User Invitations, Portal Admin views labels are
not updated (“Thin Client” to “ThinOS/Xenith”) for R2 release
STR-3108
Thin Client firmware policy “Skip local firmware check” is ignored if no firmware
mappings are configured in CCM policy
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“R2A” Release (August 16, 2013)

Release Overview
This release introduces support for Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices which enable secure
cloud access to business and personal content on any TV or monitor. Dell Wyse Cloud
Connect devices can be centrally managed with Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager, for simple
and flexible deployment of policies, applications, certificates and device settings.
Highlights of this release:

Dell Wyse Cloud Connect Device Management
o Support for all existing Cloud Client Manager Android policies - Passcode,
Restrictions, Wi-Fi, PocketCloud RDP
o Lock down access to either a single app (“Kiosk” mode) or a defined list of
applications (“LaunchPad” mode)
o Certificate management
o Restrict access to Bluetooth and external storage devices
o Management of devices settings to hide notification area and prevent installation
of apps from “Unknown Sources”
o Configure Administrator Mode password to locally manage device as an
administrator
o Application management including silent install for enterprise (i.e. non Play Store)
apps

Enterprise App Store
o Ability to upload or link to custom in-house apps for iOS and Android
o Policy management for custom in-house apps (consistent with policies previously
available for apps from public App Store and Google Play)

Device Inventory Exportable Report
o Export to a CSV file the device asset information

New Platform Support
o Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices

Other
o Enhancements for viewing device table (sort by IP address when Thin Client filter
is applied)
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
New Features Details
1. Dell Wyse Cloud Connect Device Management
Cloud Client Manager enables management of Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices.
Devices are registered to Cloud Client Manager during initial device setup with Cloud
Client Manager user credentials. For more details on registering Dell Wyse Cloud
Connect devices refer to the Dell Wyse Cloud Connect® Users Guide.
NOTE: Customers on Starter Tier will be able to log into their Cloud Connect devices
and manage generic Android settings, but management of specific Cloud Connect
settings mentioned in “b,c,d” below requires Professional Tier.
The supported Dell Wyse Cloud Connect policies are described below:

CCM Android Policies
Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager offers support for Android smartphone and tablet device
management. All of these existing policies are also supported for management of Dell Wyse
Cloud Connect devices. These options may be managed at all of the following levels: Default
Policy Group; Group; Device; User.
The policies supported are:
 Passcode
 Restrictions
 Wi-Fi
 PocketCloud RDP
For further details on policy management hierarchy and Android device policies refer to the
“Cloud Client Manger - Administrators Guide”:
https://cloudclientmanagement.zendesk.com/entries/23891338
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
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect Policies
[Requires Professional Tier]
New policies specific for Dell Wyse Cloud Connect devices are also available in addition to
the Android device policies mentioned above. From the Android Settings there is new
“Cloud Connect” tab from where these options may be managed.
Click the “Configure this item” button to configure Dell Wyse Cloud Connect policies.
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The following policies are configurable from this page:
Allow External Storage
If unchecked, this option prevents access to external storage
devices, such as SD cards, USB-OTG flash drives, etc.
Bluetooth Privilege Mode
Three management options for managing Bluetooth radio and
pairing Bluetooth devices:
1. Full: User can turn on/off Bluetooth radio and pair new
devices
2. Minimum: User may turn on/off Bluetooth radio. User
may not add new paired devices. Note: Devices paired
prior to policy being applied may continue to be used
3. None: Bluetooth radio is always off
Allow Notifications
If unchecked, notification area is removed from device.
NOTE: When “Lock Down Access to Applications” option is
enabled, this setting is disregarded and the notification area is
always removed.
Installation of Apps from
'Unknown Sources'
This manages the device option from Settings > Security >
“Unknown Sources”. “Unknown Sources” option must be
checked to allow installation of apps from outside of Google
Play Store. When option is unchecked, user will not be able to
manually install apps outside of Google Play Store.
Three options are supported:
1. User-Managed: User can turn on/off option
2. Do Not Allow: Option is unchecked and setting cannot
be modified by user on device
3. Allow: Option is checked and setting cannot be
modified by user on device
NOTE: Cloud Client Manager supports installation of Enterprise
Apps for all Android devices. If these apps are configured as
“Mandatory” by policy (from Apps & Data > Application >
Policies), these apps will still be silently installed on device
even if “Unknown Sources” option is unchecked on device.
Auto-Install Certificates
Selecting this option will load list of Certificates uploaded to
the File Repository Inventory page (from Apps & Data > File
Repository > Inventory).
Certificates: Select the certificates to be auto-installed on Dell
Wyse Cloud Connect devices.
NOTE: This option is only for automating the deployment of
certificates. Deselecting certificates from the policy will not
remove any certificate already installed on the device.
Refer to “Cloud Client Manger - Administrators Guide” for
details on adding certificates:
https://cloudclientmanagement.zendesk.com/entries/23891338
Administrator Mode
Password
This is a configurable password for devices that are operating
in Kiosk or LaunchPad modes (see below for details) in order
to temporarily access other device settings.
When device is operating in either Kiosk or LaunchPad mode,
click the “Recent Apps” button 5 times quickly (within 2
seconds) and enter this password when prompted.
For device to reapply previous policies and exit Administrator
Mode, either select the “Reapply Policies” option from CCM
Agent or republish policies to device from CCM Server.
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Lock Down Access to
Applications
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Use this option to lock down device to either a single
application or a list of applications.
Selecting this option will enable selection of one of the following
User Modes:
1. Kiosk Mode: Limits the device to only operating a
single app. In this mode the Home button, Recent
Apps button, and Notification Area disabled on
device.
2. LaunchPad Mode: Limits the device to only
allowing user to run one of the configured apps
from the LaunchPad Apps list. In this mode the
Home button return user to a screen where they
can select from the list of configured LaunchPad
Apps. The Notification Area is removed from the
device. NOTE: A maximum of eight LaunchPad
Apps are configurable.
Refer to “Configuring Kiosk and LaunchPad Modes” section
below for more details on configuring Kiosk and LaunchPad
modes.
NOTE: Enabling 'Lock Down Access to Applications' will hide
notification area on device regardless of setting of “Allow
Notifications” option above.

Configuring Kiosk and LaunchPad Modes
[Requires Professional Tier]
To lock down the device to either a single application (Kiosk Mode) or a defined list of
applications (LaunchPad Mode), follow the instructions below:
i.
Check the “Lock Down Access to Applications” checkbox
ii.
Select the User Mode (Kiosk or LaunchPad)
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iii.
For Kiosk Mode, click the “Select App” button
In the “Select Kiosk Mode App” window, double-click one of the apps from the
“Available Apps” list on the left-side.
The “Available Apps” list is composed of Android apps added to the Application
Inventory (from Apps & Data > Applications > Inventory).
Alternately, for apps that do not appear in this list the Application Identifier for the
desired app (typically of format “com.x.x.”) can manually be configured using the
textbox at bottom of panel – click Add to add the app to the Selected Apps box.
Once the desired application appears in the Selected App box, click “Done”.
iv.
For LaunchPad Mode, click the “Select Apps” button
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In the “Select LaunchPad Mode Apps” window, double-click any of the apps
from the “Available Apps” list on the left-side. Up to eight apps can be added to
the “Selected Apps” list.
The “Available Apps” list is composed of Android apps added to the Application
Inventory (from Apps & Data > Applications > Inventory).
Alternately, for apps that do not appear in this list the Application Identifier for the
desired app (typically of format “com.x.x.”) can manually be configured using the
textbox at bottom of panel – click Add to add the app to the “Selected Apps”
list.
Once all the apps have been added to the Selected Apps list, click “Done”.

Configuring Advanced Options
[Requires Professional Tier]
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect supports the configuration of additional options for specific
advanced scenarios using native device commands.
NOTE: This options are recommended to only be used when provided by Dell Wyse Cloud
Connect team.
To enable configuration of advanced options, from Portal Admin > Other Settings, check
the option for: “Enable Advanced Dell Wyse Cloud Connect options in Android Settings
policy configuration page (Note: Professional Tier Only)”
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Once the option above is configured, from the Android Settings policy page there will now
be an additional tab at the bottom called “Cloud Connect – Advanced”. From this tab click
the “Configure this item” button to configure the advanced commands provided to you.
2. Enterprise App Store
In-house developed apps may now be managed via the Cloud Client Manager console. This
allows custom iOS and Android apps to be added to the Application Inventory and have policies
applied to them.
To add application to Enterprise App Store:
a) From Apps & Data > Inventory, click the “Add Enterprise Apps” button
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b) Select to either upload the app to the CCM repository (Upload application to repository) or to
provide a link to a webserver where the application is hosted (Link to Enterprise Application).
If app is uploaded to CCM repository:

iOS apps: select the app file (type .ipa)

Android apps: select the app file (type .apk)
If a link is being provided to app:

iOS apps: provide the URL to the .plist file which references the .ipa file (consult
Apple developer documentation on how to prepare apps for wireless distribution)

Android apps: select the app file (type .apk)
NOTE: if using the Link to Enterprise Application option the app should be stored on a
secured server (https).
Once the method is configured and app selected, click “Next”.
c) If uploading application to the inventory, review the information on screen and click “Save” to
add the app to the Application Inventory. For iOS you can optionally add an icon to display in
the CCM console).
If providing a link to the enterprise application, configure the requested app info (App Name;
App ID; Version and option to upload an icon to display in CCM console). For iOS, you will
also need to provide the device types that the app supports (iPhone & iPad, iPhone only, or
iPad only). NOTE: If the incorrect App ID is provided the app will not be manageable from
the CCM console.
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3. Device Inventory Exportable Report
The asset information for Cloud Client Manger managed devices can now be exported to a CSV
file from the portal.
From the Devices page, select More Actions > Export Devices to CSV option.
This will automatically generate a CSV with a list of the asset information for all the devices
currently filtered on screen.
4. Sort by IP Address
From the Devices page, ThinOS and Xenith devices are now sortable by IP Address.
To sort by IP Address, ensure that “ThinOS/Xenith” is selected from Device Types filter and
then click the “IP Address” column header in the devices table.
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
Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
o
Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:
 C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)

o
R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
 T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
 C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
 R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
 T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
 D10D running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to
enable Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse
Self-Service Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an
email from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware
updates (if you did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with
updating firmware on Wyse ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base
Solution #10566 (go to Wyse Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for
10566).
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect Requirements
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
iOS Requirements
o
o
o
Supported Devices:

iPhone and iPad running iOS Version 5.x and later
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this requires an Apple ID. As the
Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be renewed
annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal one
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Android Requirements
o
o
Supported Devices:
 Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
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“R2” Release (June 28, 2013)

Release Overview
This release focuses on enhancing thin client management by enabling cloud-based firmware
upgrades and certificate deployment for ThinOS-based thin clients. Firmware and certificate
management is efficient and flexible - updates can be made globally, or targeted to specific
policy groups or even specific devices.
Highlights of this release:


Thin client file repository
o Simplified management for ThinOS-based thin client firmware and certificates
o Enhanced visibility into file information: version, platform, description, etc.

Policy-based deployment of firmware
o Assign firmware at global, group or per-device level for ThinOS-based thin clients
NOTE: Remote firmware imaging from cloud is supported with ThinOS firmware
version 8.0_037 or later
o Smart detection of cloud-based vs local imaging

New platform support
o D10D (ThinOS) thin client platform
o iPod Touch devices

Other Enhancements
o Messaging for ‘queued’ jobs
o Optimizations for automated deployments (i.e DHCP/INI-based registrations)
New Features Details
1. UI Changes & Optimizations
a) “Thin Client” policy references renamed to “ThinOS/Xenith” in Groups page
b) “Apps” tab renamed to “Apps & Data”
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c) Easier to locate the “Remove Policy” button
2. Thin client repository
New thin client firmware repository: From “Apps & Data tab > TC Repository > Inventory”,
options to manage firmware image and certificate files.
a) Adding files to inventory:
i.
Click “Add File” from the TC Repository Inventory page.
ii.
Browse to a firmware or certificate file, select “Type” (Firmware or Certificate)
and provide a description.
Optionally, select to “Override existing file”.
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iii.
File will be added to inventory.
NOTE: For ThinOS firmware images, the file version and platform will be autodetected
b) Editing files in inventory: Select an existing file and click “Edit File” button to update the
description assigned to a firmware or certificate file.
c) Removing files from inventory: Select an existing file and click “Remove File” button to
remove file from inventory.
NOTE: Files assigned to a policy group or a device cannot be removed from inventory
(”Remove File” button will be disabled)
d) Assigning files: Files are assigned to policy groups or to devices from either the Groups page
(ThinOS/Xenith) or from the Device Details page by assigning an exception at device level.
See Error! Reference source not found. section below for details. The policy assignments
an be reviewed from the TC Repository Inventory page.
The number of policy groups and devices (device-level exceptions) that each file has been
assigned to is displayed in the assignments column. By hovering over the number next to
“Groups” or “Devices” it will display the names of the policy groups and devices.
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3. Policy-based firmware deployment
a) New Firmware Policy tab: assign policies for firmware images uploaded to TC Repository
Inventory page.
Firmware policies can be managed at Global level, group level or device level.
NOTE: Remote firmware imaging from cloud is supported with firmware version 8.0_037 or
later
o
Disable Live Upgrade: “Live Upgrade” means the thin client will immediately begin
downloading and apply new firmware based on defined policies. If you prefer that
the thin client only check for new firmware on each bootup, then you can disable
“Live Upgrade”.
o
Firmware Update Logic: This option determines how the thin client behaves when a
new firmware is published from Cloud Client Manager. The options are:
i.
ii.
iii.
o
Any different firmware: Thin client will update firmware to version assigned by
Cloud Client Manager policy (even if version is lower than current image on
device)
New firmware only: Thin client updates firmware only when a newer version
is assigned to Cloud Client Manager policy
Do not update: Thin client ignores firmware versions assigned to Cloud Client
Manager policies
Skip Local Firmware Check: When enabled, thin client will bypass local fileserver
checks for firmware updates.
NOTE: It is HIGHLY recommended to always have this option enabled if you define
firmware on CCM. Otherwise, if you have firmware policies in CCM and firmware
located on local file server, it will lead to an endless reboot as the thin client applies
differing images. This option is available to assist in certain migration scenarios
where this flexibility is needed.
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o
Platform Type / Firmware version assignment: This section maps specific
firmware versions to different platform types (e.g. T10, R10, Xenith Pro, etc.) allowing
for different firmware versions to be assigned to different platforms.
To map a platform type a specific firmware version select the desired platform from
the “Platform Type” dropdown selection list and then select the desired firmware
version from the “Firmware to auto-deploy” dropdown list. The list of platform types
displays in parentheses the number of firmware versions currently uploaded to the
TC Repository Inventory page that are supported.
For example, in the screen capture below there is one firmware version available
from the TC Repository Inventory page that can be mapped to R10 thin clients.
b) Updates to options:
o Firmware Update Logic: moved from the Central Configuration tab to the
Firmware Policy tab.
o
Local Prompt: Removed from the Central Configuration tab; updated with “Disable
Live Upgrade option in the Firmware Policy tab.
4. Policy-based certificate deployment
a) New options added to Security tab to assign policies for certificates uploaded to TC
Repository Inventory page.
NOTE: Remote firmware imaging from cloud is supported with ThinOS firmware version
8.0_037 or later
Certificate assignment can be managed at Global level, group level or device level.
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o
Auto-Install Certificates: Selecting this option will load list of Certificates uploaded
to the TC Repository Inventory page.
o
Certificates: Select the certificates to be auto-installed on thin clients.
NOTE: This option is only for automating the deployment of certificates. Unselecting
from policy will not remove any certificate already installed on the device.
5. Group Registration Key Enhancements
a) Group Registration Key for thin client device registration can be applied from multiple
sources. They will be read in the following order and the last one detected takes precedence:
i.
ii.
iii.
DHCP Option Tag 199
INI configuration file (e.g. ccmenable=yes groupkey=abc1…)
Local configuration on thin client (from Central Configuration > CCM tab)
OR
Receive Group Registration Key update from Cloud Client Manager as part of a
“Change Group” request.
b) The Group Registration Key assigned by DHCP option tag 199 or from an INI configuration
file are primarily used for first-time registration - see item Error! Reference source not found.
elow for exception case. These settings are only applied if either of following conditions are
met:
i.
ii.
Option “Enable Cloud Client Manager (CCM)” is disabled from Central
Configuration > CCM tab
Option “Enable Cloud Client Manager (CCM)” is enabled from Central
Configuration > CCM tab, however the Group Registration Key is not configured.
NOTE: If a Group Registration Key is defined using DCHP option tag 199 or from INI
configuration file command and the thin client is already registered, there will be a message
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in the thin client Event Log notifying that the centrally defined Group Registration Key is
being ignored.
c) A new INI option “override=yes” can be added to the “ccmenable=” INI parameter which will
always apply even if thin client already has CCM enabled. In this case the INI configuration
file can enforce that the thin client uses the configured Group Registration Key from INI file
during device boot even when the device was already registered with Cloud Client Manager.
6. Other Enhancements
a) In Devices page, when selecting the “Thin Client” filter the column “Phone/Serial #” is
replaced by “IP Address”.
b) New option in Portal Admin > Other Settings tab: Optimize default filters for Thin Client
management
When this option is enabled, the default views for following pages will be optimized for thin
client management:
i.
In Devices page, the “Thin Client” filter is selected by default
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ii.
In Apps & Data page, the “TC Repository Inventory” page is loaded by default.
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
Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
o
Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:
 C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)

R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)





T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
D10D running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later (recommended 8.0_037 or later)
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to
enable Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse
Self-Service Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an
email from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware
updates (if you did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with
updating firmware on Wyse ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base
Solution #10566 (go to Wyse Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for
10566).
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
iOS Requirements
o
Supported Devices:

iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch devices running iOS Version 5.x and later
o
Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
o
MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this requires an Apple ID. As the
Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be renewed
annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal one
Android Requirements

Supported Devices:
i. Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later

Connectivity Requirements:
i. TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
ii. TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
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
Known Issues
STR-678
STR-842
STR-1148
STR-1173
STR-1409
STR-1497
STR-2335
STR-2356
STR-2414
STR-2449
STR-2489
STR-2552
STR-2613
STR-2675
STR-2712
STR-2726
STR-2729
STR-2786
STR-2922
CCMPC-137
STR-3009
STR-3105
STR-3107
STR-3108
STR-3109
iOS registration fails if re-registering within 30 seconds
Some iOS/Android sub-options at lower policy level not affected by changes to
parent options at higher policy level
Android device prompts for app install for installed System apps
Remove certificate for iOS payload fails unless linked payload is removed
Picture taken from the Android back camera compressed on Agent display (correct
on server)
iOS Webclip uploaded image truncated in IE8 in CCM console
User/Device Details summary view not displaying some iOS settings when payload
configured at higher level is saved with default settings at user/device level.
Formatting issues in app policy UI for policy groups with long group names
Event missing when removing device-level exception payloads
Cannot deactivate AD user missing required user information
Apps installed from App Store not tagged as “not managed” in CCM Agent when
user cancels the app install request on device
VPP file name is not cleared if upload is cancelled and reinitiated
Feedback missing on iOS Agent when trying to initiate paid app install and no
redemption code available
Some Thin Client CCM policies override policies set in Global .ini
Some Android devices displaying app identifier instead of app name in Restrictions
message
Extra remove profile command generated when assigning two payloads for same
policy type at different policy levels
During Thin Client registration, in specific scenario device shows as compliant even if
configuration could not be loaded.
Changing Android app policy multiple times between mandatory to not managed may
cause extra remove application commands
Changing Android policy sometimes requires Republish to push policies
Passcode policy not removed from device when restriction applied at lower level and
passcode applied/removed at default policy group level
In Thin Client system information, the “802.1X Auth” field may report N/A when
invalid characters received
In Dashboard, Devices, User Details, User Invitations, Portal Admin views labels are
not updated (“Thin Client” to “ThinOS/Xenith”) for R2 release
If Thin Client firmware policy “Skip local firmware check” is unchecked and different
firmware versions are available from CCM and local file server, device will reboot
continuously
Thin Client firmware policy “Skip local firmware check” is ignored if no firmware
mappings are configured in CCM policy
Thin Client will not revert Global Thin Client firmware mapping in case where a
device-level exception has been pushed to device and reverted by using “Select
Firmware” option. Workaround: Remove policy from device level exception
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Issues resolved in this release
STR-3030
STR-3031
STR-3033
STR-3112
Application missing from Installed Apps list for iOS and Android applications with
same bundle/application identifier
Registered thin client does not go to “Pending” status after group change (delete
group action)
Layout issues with IE “Compatibility View” feature enabled
Cannot create accounts with “-“ character in the domain field of Email Address
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“R1” Release (May 24, 2013)
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Release Overview
Some of the highlights of this release:
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Support for new Thin Client management policies
Active Directory integration for CCM mobile user management
Support for the Apple VPP program
Support for application policies on per-group basis
Enhanced Integration with PocketCloud Remote Desktop Pro app (iOS and Android)
Support for assigning multiple roles to single user
Support for Republish Policies options for mobile devices
Support for deleting inactive users and devices from system
Enhancements for tracking policy/application changes
New Features Details
The new functionality described below is presented in order of tab view: Groups / Users /
Devices / Events / Portal Admin (new).
1. Groups Tab
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Thin Client policy changes:
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Display: “Default Wallpaper color” option removed
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Visual Experience: New Zero Launchpad settings:
i. Enable Zero toolbar activation in left margin:
1. On Mouseover after ____ seconds
2. Only after clicking
ii. Number of seconds before toolbar is activated
iii. Disable Hotkey (CTRL-ALT-UP) to show toolbar
iv. Always disable toolbar when only have 1 session available
v. Disable Home Icon
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Security:
i. New settings:
1. Enable Gkey reset
2. Enable Trace
3. Enable VNC
a. VNC Password
b. Prompt User on start
c.
Counter for Accept/Reject
d. Prompt User on end
e. View Only
f.
Force 8bit
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Remote Connections:
i. If Broker=”None”, “Microsoft”, “Vmware”:
1. New Settings:
a. Enable NLA
b. Enable Recording
c. Force Span
d. Enable Desktop Wallpaper
e. Enable Window Dragging
f. Enable Animation
g. Enable Theme
ii. If Broker=”Citrix”:
1. New settings:
a. USBRedirection Technology: (TCX, HDX)
b. Enable Session Reliability
c. Enable Progressive Display
d. Display on desktop: (None, Apps Only, Apps & Desktop)
e. Enable Branch Repeater
f. Enable ICA Ping
g. AudioQuality: (Default, Low, Medium, High)
h. Map USB disks to: (No Mapping, A, B, ..., Y, Z)
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Central Configuration:
i. New Option: Firmware Update Logic (Do not update, New firmware only, Any
different firmware)
1. If “New firmware only” or “Any different firmware”, new option: “Local
Prompt”
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Other: No changes
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Advanced: No changes
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PocketCloud RDP policy changes (iOS & Android):
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Note: PocketCloud RDP only available with PRO Tier
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“PocketCloud” button removed from CCM Agent (iOS and Android). Users are now
able to login with Cloud Client Manager credentials directly from PocketCloud
Remote Desktop Pro app (iOS and Android) to access corporate connections
configured from Cloud Client Manager.
In PocketCloud Remote Desktop Pro app there is a new “CCM” section. Click
“Sign In”, enter the CCM user credentials and the corporate connections configured
in Cloud Client Manager will now appear in the “My Computers” list in the “CCM
Connections” section.
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2. Users Tab
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New column in main Users table: “AppSDK” - set to “Yes” for users that have logged into
PocketCloud Remote Desktop Pro app using Cloud Client Manager credentials
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New option on users: “More Actions > Delete User(s)” (NOTE: user must be deactivated
prior to deleting)
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Reorganization of “New Mobile User” dialog:
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Add “Portal Administrator” role while adding user: when adding users from Users
page can also provide one of the Cloud Client Manager administrator roles (Global
Administrator; Global Viewer).
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Detection for matching Login Name with current Portal Administrators – if user exists
with same Login Name prompt if user wants to add Mobile User role to existing use
account (all configured user information will be automatically populated)
3. Users Details View
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New option: “Delete” (users must be deactivated prior to deleting)
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Reorganization of “Edit Mobile User” dialog:
o Add “Portal Administrator” role on existing user: when editing users from Users page
can also provide one of the Cloud Client Manager administrator roles (Global
Administrator; Global Viewer).
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Change Password: cannot update a user password if user has a Portal Administrator
role (must use “Forgot Password” link on Cloud Client Manager sign-in page)
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4. Devices Tab
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Rename column in main Devices table: “User Name” -> “Last User”
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Rename column in main Devices table: “Active” -> “Registered”
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New option on devices: “More Actions > Republish”:
o Republish All (Android): Republishes all policies applied to selected Android device
o Republish (iOS): For selected iOS devices, republishes specific policies below or
“All” policies assigned to device: Passcode & Restrictions; Exchange ActiveSync &
Email; Wi-Fi; Web Clips; All Policies
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New option on devices: “Delete Device” to remove from system (device must be deactivated)
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5. Device Details View
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New “Republish” options to republish the assigned policies for device:
o Republish All (Android): Republishes all policies applied to selected Android device
o Republish (iOS): for selected iOS devices, republishes specific policies below or “All”
policies assigned to device:
 Passcode & Restrictions
 Exchange ActiveSync & Email
 Wi-Fi
 Web Clips
 All Policies
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New “Delete” option: for devices that are unregistered, option to delete the device from
system
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6. Applications tab
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App Management only available with PRO Tier
Application Inventory:
o Clicking on App Name now brings Application Details view which provides further
details of app
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New “Manage VPP” option (brings user to App Details view): Manage iOS VPP
spreadsheets for purchase orders made from Apple VPP store. Allows for
enterprises to push out paid applications to iOS devices, and monitor the number of
total and redeemed licenses (tied to redemption codes). Use the “Upload New
Order” button to import Apple VPP licenses from spreadsheet.
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Updated layout:
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# Devices: number of devices with application installed
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Licenses: Shows number of VPP license redemption codes redeemed
and total number of redemption codes uploaded per paid iOS app
Application Policies:
o
Updated layout: Provides further details on application in the main Policies page in
addition to a summary of which Policy Groups have the app tagged as either
“Restricted” or “Mandatory”
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New “Edit Policy” option: can now assign app policies on a per-group basis (Not
Managed, Restricted, Mandatory)
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7. Events Tab
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New “Jobs” tab: Jobs are a new concept in this release. For policy or application policy
changes at the Group level this will create a corresponding Job that will track status for all
devices affected by change: Success/Pending/Failure/Cancelled. Can also click the device
count under the Status to view more details regarding the Job. Jobs can also be viewed from
Dashboard > Events and in the Groups tab for any job that is still ongoing or if any action
failed with link to job details.
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8. Portal Admin Tab
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New “Portal Admin” tab (in previously options were available from Administrator(s) / APNS /
Self-Service views accessible from clicking on the logged in username at top-right of screen)
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Administrators menu:
o Changes to menu options:
 Rename options: “Enable Admin” > “Activate Admin(s)”; “Disable Admin” >
“Deactivate Admin(s)”
 New Option: “Delete Admin(s)” (Note: user must be deactivated to be deleted)
o
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Administrators can now also have “Mobile User” role (during Add and Edit)
APNS menu: now accessible from Portal Admin tab
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Active Directory Connector menu:
o AD Integration only available with PRO Tier
o Active Directory Integration allows for users to be imported from Active Directory with
option to manage users locally or ongoing according to AD account status and AD
group assignment. Requires use of CCM AD Connector app – downloadable from
Cloud Client Manager portal
o Two Modes of Operation
1. Bulk Import: This will do a one-time import of Active Directory users.
Subsequent user management and group assignment is done locally from
CCM. Users created as part of a Bulk Import are initially assigned to the
Default Policy Group.
2. Manual AD Sync: Synchronize selected Active Directory groups and users
from CCM AD Connector. On subsequent Manual Sync operations (using
CCM AD Connector application), users will be added, removed or change
group assignment based on Active Directory configuration changes
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AD Group Indicator: For groups added as part of a Manual AD Sync an AD icon
appears next to the group name.
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Refer to the Cloud Client Manager support site for further details on configuring AD
Integration:
https://support.cloudclientmanager.com/entries/23859461-Cloud-ClientManager-Active-Directory-Integration-Overview
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Self-Service menu:
o Menu renamed to “Other Settings”
o New Option: “Dismiss iOS APNS Warning on Groups page” which will remove the
warning that appears in the group page when no iOS APNS certificate has been
uploaded (from Portal Admin > APNS)
o New Option: “Dismiss License Expiration Warning on Dashboard page” which
disable warnings for license expiration from appearing on the Dashboard page
o New Option: “# of days before a device triggers a "Not Checked In" compliance
alert (1 - 99)” to configures number of days that a device must do a Check-In by to
avoid being tagged as “Not Compliant”.
Supported Devices
Thin Client Requirements
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Supported Devices: Thin Clients supported include:
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C00X (Wyse Xenith) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
R00LX (Wyse Xenith Pro) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
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T00X (Xenith 2) running firmware 2.0_021 or later (recommended 2.0_026 or later)
C10LE running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later
R10L running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later
T10 running firmware ThinOS 7.1_207 or later
For supported thin clients running earlier versions, a firmware update is required to enable
Cloud Client Manager connectivity. Updates can be downloaded from the Wyse Self-Service
Center at: http://support.wyse.com/selfservice.html
IMPORTANT: You must use your ThinOS Maintenance (you should have received an email
from Wyse or your reseller with full instructions) to obtain available firmware updates (if you
did not receive this email, contact your reseller). If unfamiliar with updating firmware on Wyse
ThinOS cloud clients, refer to Wyse Knowledge Base Solution #10566 (go to Wyse
Knowledge Base at http://www.wyse.com/kb and search for 10566).
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
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iOS Requirements
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Supported Devices:
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iPhone and iPad running iOS Version 5.x and later
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 80 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 8443 (outbound) to us1-mdm.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 5223 (outbound) - for Apple APNS
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MDM Certificate Requirements:
 A Mobile Device Management (MDM) Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)
certificate is required for iOS device management - this process requires an Apple ID.
As the Apple ID account will be linked to the APNs certificate, which must be
renewed annually, a corporate Apple ID account should be used and not a personal
one
Android Requirements
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o
Supported Devices:
 Devices running Android Version 2.3 and later
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Connectivity Requirements:
 TCP port 443 (outbound) to https://us1.cloudclientmanager.com
 TCP port 1883 (outbound) to us1-pns.cloudclientmanager.com
Upgrade Notes
It is recommended to upgrade to the latest mobile device agents for this release of Cloud
Client Manager:
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iOS - The latest Cloud Client Manager Agent update for iOS is available from the App Store:
https://itunes.apple.com/app/cloud-client-manager-agent/id567787460?mt=8
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Android - The latest Cloud Client Manager Agent update for Android is available from the
Play Store:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wyse.ccm.android&hl=en
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Known Issues
STR-678
STR-842
STR-1148
STR-1173
STR-1409
STR-1497
STR-2335
STR-2356
STR-2414
STR-2449
STR-2489
STR-2552
STR-2613
STR-2675
STR-2712
STR-2726
STR-2786
STR-2922
STR-3030
STR-3031
STR-3033
CCMPC-137
iOS registration fails if re-registering within 30 seconds
Some iOS/Android sub-options at lower policy level not affected by changes to
parent options at higher policy level
Android device prompts for app install for installed System apps
Remove certificate for iOS payload fails unless linked payload is removed
Picture taken from the Android back camera compressed on Agent display (correct
on server)
iOS Webclip uploaded image truncated in IE8 in CCM console
User/Device Details summary view not displaying some iOS settings when payload
configured at higher level is saved with default settings at user/device level.
Formatting issues in app policy UI for policy groups with long group names
Event missing when removing device-level exception payloads
Cannot deactivate AD user missing required user information
Apps installed from App Store not tagged as “not managed” in CCM Agent when
user cancels the app install request on device
VPP file name is not cleared if upload is cancelled and reinitiated
Feedback missing on iOS Agent when trying to initiate paid app install and no
redemption code available
Some Thin Client CCM policies override policies set in Global .ini
Some Android devices displaying app identifier instead of app name in Restrictions
message
Extra remove profile command generated when assigning two payloads for same
policy type at different policy levels
Changing Android app policy multiple times between mandatory to not managed may
cause extra remove application commands
Changing Android policy sometimes requires Republish to push policies
Application missing from Installed Apps list for iOS and Android applications with
same bundle/application identifier
Registered thin client does not go to “Pending” status after group change (delete
group action)
Layout issues with IE “Compatibility View” feature enabled
Passcode policy not removed from device when restriction applied at lower level and
passcode applied/removed at default policy group level
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