Eizo | eClient SX1 | User`s manual | Eizo eClient SX1 User`s manual

- For Administrator -
For Microsoft Windows XP Embedded
Version A
Please confirm the version of the software built in eClient, and refer to
the suited User's Manual (Refer to the User's Manual Version List on
next page).
This is the manual for the following software version.
* Microsoft Windows XP Embedded: Ver. 5.01 or later, Rev. 1.0.2 or later
* Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Software: Ver. 5.2.3 or later
* Ctrix ICA Client Software: Ver. 8.0 or later
User’s Manual Version List
A handling description changes with versions of the software built in eClient. Please
refer to below.
NOTE
• The version of software built in eClient can be checked with a [System] tab of
[Start]- [About] menu.
OS:
Microsoft Windows XP Embedded
Software
Manual
A
(This manual)
Microsoft Windows XP
Embedded
Microsoft Remote
Desktop Connection
Software
ICA Client
Software
Version 5.01 or later
Rev. 1.0.2 or later
Version 5.2.3 or later
Version 8.0 or later
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This manual uses the safety symbols below. They denote critical information. Please read them
carefully.
WARNING
Failure to abide by the information in a WARNING may result in serious injury and
can be life threatening.
CAUTION
Failure to abide by the information in a CAUTION may result in moderate injury
and/or property or product damage.
Indicates a prohibited action.
Indicates to ground for safety.
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are subject to change without notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 5
1-1. General Description ......................................................................................5
1-2. Features ........................................................................................................5
1-3. Package Contents..........................................................................................6
1-4. Controllers & Connectors ............................................................................7
2. CONNECTION the eClient SX1 ............................................................. 9
2-1. Setting up the SX1 ........................................................................................9
3. OPERATION ......................................................................................... 15
3-1. Adding a Connection name.........................................................................15
3-2. Logging on or off the WTS .........................................................................20
3-3.Opening/Closing the Local Web Browser.....................................................24
4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator) . 25
4-1. Note for the SX1 system environment ........................................................25
4-2. Log on to the SX1 as the System Administrator..........................................26
4-3. “User” authority and “Administrator” authority .......................................28
4-4. Using the control panel ...............................................................................30
4-5. [Start]-[About] menu ..................................................................................37
4-6. Software updating/Installation ....................................................................38
5. TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................... 39
6. CLEANING............................................................................................ 40
7. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................. 41
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for purchasing the EIZO eClient SX1.
1-1. General Description
The SX1 is used as a thin client, which connects to the terminal service installed
Windows Terminal Server (Hereafter defined WTS) as listed below and accesses
applications or data provided from the WTS.
• Server (WTS: Windows Terminal Server)
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server / Advanced Server / Datacenter Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition / Enterprise Edition / Datacenter
Edition
Windows Terminal Server
(WTS)
Network
eClient SX1
Output data of
applications
Input data from
keyboard/mouse/
stylus
· Operation of applications
· Storage of data
⋅ Display data
⋅ Operation by keyboard/
mouse
1-2. Features
• Lower TCO (Total Cost of Ownership)
• Saves Space and Power Consumption
• Less Heat, Less Noise
• SX1: Windows XP Embedded
• Serial Port for Modem/PDA (*Hayes AT compatible modem supported)
• 2 USB downstream ports (SX1: Standard Rev. 2.0)
• Local Web Browser added as a default connection
• PC card slot for modem card or LAN card
• Wake on LAN supported
• Network utility software, “Network Administrator Version 3.0” supported
• Two installation types; EIZO Monitor mounted / Stand alone
• EIZO Monitor detachable stand type
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• Secondary power switch (wired)
1-3. Package Contents
Please contact your local dealer for assistance if any of the listed items are missing or
damaged. Please make sure that all the items listed are in the package.
• SX1
• Mouse (FDM-LCS1)
• Power Cord
• Switch Box (1.8 m)
• Signal Cable (FD-C29) (50 cm)
• User’s Manual
• Monitor Attachment Unit: for mounting monitor *1
• Power Cord (50 cm): for mounting monitor*1
• Clamp for cables: for mounting monitor*1
*1 The monitor attachment unit, the power cord, and the clamp for cables are used when
attaching a monitor in SX1. Installation of a monitor should follow the system administrator.
NOTE
• A keyboard is not included. It must be purchased separately.
• Please use the enclosed mouse. EIZO NANAO CORPORATION will no be held
responsible for accident or damage caused by the use of a mouse manufactured by
other companies.
• We recommend that you retain the original packing materials in case of future need.
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1. INTRODUCTION
1-4. Controllers & Connectors
Controllers
Left View
Right View
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(1)
(2)
(4)
(1) Power Button
(2) Power Indicator
Power Indicator
Blue
* SX1 used as an example
State of the unit
• Operation mode
• Screen saver is active *1
• No picture is displayed on the monitor *1, *2
Off
*1
*2
Power is off (Wake on LAN standby)
[Procedure to return to the operation mode]
- Operate the mouse or keyboard.
The monitor is in the power save mode when the power save function of the
monitor is set.
(3) Connector for Switch Box*3
(4) Switch Box*3
(5) Power Supply Control Switch (POWER SYNC) *4
*3 The secondary power switch makes it easy to turn the SC1 / SX1 on and off when
stowed away under the desk or out of reach. When the enclosed switch box is
connected to the connector, it can be used as a power button. The power button on
the SC1/SX1 can be used simultaneously even if the switch box is connected.
*4 Please refer to pg. 12 for details on the power supply control switch (POWER
SYNC).
NOTE
• When turning off/on the unit, leave the unit off for a few seconds before turning it on
again.
• Do your part to conserve energy, turn off the unit when your finished using it.
Complete energy use can only be stopped by disconnecting the unit from the power
supply.
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Connectors
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OFF
(6)
ON
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(2)
(3)
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(7)
(4)
(8)
(9)
(5)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Power Supply Control Switch (POWER SYNC)…Same with (5) on P.7
Power Connector (AC output)
Power Connector (AC input)
Ethernet Connector (10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX)
Parallel Connector
Headphone Connector
Microphone Connector
(7) PC Card Slot
(8) USB Port (Downstream) x 2
(9) DVI-I Output Connector
(10) Serial Port (RS-232C)
(11) Mouse Connector
Keyboard Connector
(12) Security Lock*1
*1
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This allows for connection of a security cable. This lock supports Kensington’s
MicroSaver security system. For further information, please consult:
Kensington Technology Group
2855 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA 94403 USA
Tel: 800-650-4242, x3348
Intl: 650-572-2700 Fax: 650-572-9675
http://www.kensington.com
1. INTRODUCTION
2. CONNECTION the eClient
SX1
This chapter explains how to connect the SX1 to a WTS.
2-1. Setting up the SX1
Please observe the following cautions when connecting the SX1.
WARNING
Place the eClient SX1 on a strong, stable surface.
A unit placed on an inadequate surface may fall, resulting in injury
or equipment damage. If the unit falls, disconnect the power
immediately and have the unit checked by a qualified service
engineer before using it again. Using a unit after it has been
dropped may result in fire or electric shock.
OK
Set the unit in an appropriate location.
Not doing so may result in fire, electric shock, or equipment
damage.
* Do not place outdoors.
* Do not place in the transportation system (ship, aircraft, trains,
automobiles, etc.)
* Do not place in a dusty or humid environment.
* Do not place in a location where the steam comes directly on the
screen.
* Do not place near heat generating devices or a humidifier.
The Monitor Attachment Unit supports only EIZO L767, L567,
L557, L367.
Mounting other monitors to the unit may result in injury or
equipment damage. Contact your system administrator for details
of the attachment.
* The illustrated monitors in this section are L567. Monitors
are not included in the package.
Maximum load capacity of AC outlet is 2 A.
Connecting unit with more than 2 A may result in fire, electric
shock or other damage.
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Mounting EIZO monitor to the SX1
When using other monitors than EIZO, proceed to step 3.
The Monitor Attachment Unit of SX1 supports the EIZO L767, L567, L557, and L367,
so EIZO monitor mounted SX1 is available.
NOTE
• Prepare the following, when mounting a monitor to the SX1.
Monitor
L767, L567, L557, L367
Screws
The screws used for the monitor original stand
Power Cord
Power Cord (50 cm) which is included into the SX1 package.
Mounting EIZO monitor procedure
Step 1. Attach the monitor attachment unit to the monitor.
Step 1
Monitor Attachment Unit
Step 2
Step 2.
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1.
Attach the monitor attachment unit to the monitor.
(1) [1] Hold the center of the cover of the monitor attachment unit (upper side and
bottom side) and [2] slide them rightward or leftward to remove the covers.
[2]
[2]
[1]
[1]
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(2) Lay the LCD monitor down on the soft cloth or cushion not to scratch the panel
surface.
(3) Remove the original stand by loosening the screws.
(4) Attach the monitor attachment unit to the monitor securely, by using the screws,
which used for the original stand.
100 mm x 100 mm
for L567/L557/L767
75 mm x 75 mm
for L367
(5) Get back the cover to the monitor attachment unit.
2.
Mount the monitor to the SX1.
(1) Fit the protruding portion of the monitor attachment unit (4 points) to the
attachment position of SX1 (4 points), and insert it in downward, by pressing
down the knob of the monitor attachment unit into the knob position of SX1.
NOTE
• Monitor mount positions
SC1 has three attachment position (Highest position, Middle position and
lowest position). Please be sure to attach in each position as follows.
• Refer to the P. Error! Bookmark not defined. for the dimensions figure
according to monitor size.
Knob position
Highest position
Middle
position
Lowest position
(2) Grip both side of the monitor firmly with both hands and adjust the monitor angle
as desired.
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Connecting the signal cable and power cables
3.
Plug the signal cable into the connector at the rear of the monitor
and the other end of the cable into the video connector on the DVI-I
connector of the SX1
4.
After connecting, secure the connection with the screw-in fasteners.
5.
Plug the power cord (50 cm), included into the package, into the
power connector on the rear of the monitor and the other end of the
cable into the power connector (AC outlet) of the eCleint, or into a
power outlet.
WARNING
Use the enclosed power cord and connect to the standard
power outlet of your country.
Be sure to remain within the rated voltage of the power cord.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
The equipment must be connected to a grounded main
outlet.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
Maximum load capacity of AC outlet is 2 A.
Connecting unit with more than 2 A may result in fire, electric
shock or other damage.
Power Supply Control Switch (POWER SYNC)
When the monitor's power cord is connected to the AC output power supply of
SC1/SX1, the monitor’s power supply can be linked with on/off of SC1/SX1. Choose
ON from the power supply control switch (POWER SYNC).
When the power button of SC1/SX1 is turned on or off…
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Power Supply Control Switch
(POWER SYNC)
Power supply for the monitor
ON
The monitor’s power supply is linked, and it turns on or
off simultaneously.
OFF (default)
Since the monitor’s power supply is not linked, please
turn the monitor's power supply on or off independently.
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NOTE
• Bundling cables
After all connection has been made, please bundle the cables with the clamp
included into the package, so that the cables do not obstruct the paths as follows.
• Clamp installation
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Connecting the peripheral devices to SX1
NOTE
• Before connecting the SX1, confirm the following:
- The SX1 is turned off.
- The WTS is turned on.
• Connect the peripherals to the appropriate connectors of the unit.
6.
In case of connecting the WTS through LAN:
Connect the SX1 to the network with an Ethernet cable.
In case of a dial-up or dial-in connection:
Connect the SX1 to a modem or a modem card.
NOTE
• Please remove the lid on the side of the SX1 before connecting a LAN card or
a modem card.
7.
Plug a keyboard and a mouse into the SX1.
8.
When using other devices, connect them to the appropriate
connectors.
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9.
The switch box is connected to the attached connector for Switch
box on the SX1 if needed.
The secondary power switch makes it easy to turn the SX1 on and off when
stowed away under the desk or out of reach. When the switch box is connected to
the connector, it can be used as a power button. The power button on the SX1 can
be used simultaneously even if the switch box is connected.
10.
If using other devices, please connect them to the appropriate
connectors.
11.
Plug the power cord into the power connector.
If the power cord is connected to a power supply wall socket, regardless of ON or
OFF operation of the power button, eClient SC1/SX1 will starts up.
NOTICE
• Note that the SX1 also starts up whenever electric power is intercepted from
power failure or master power shutdown, and power supply is restored after
that.
WARNING
Use the enclosed power cord and connect to the standard
power outlet of your country.
Be sure to remain within the rated voltage of the power cord.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
The equipment must be connected to a grounded main
outlet.
Not doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
NOTE
• The screen, which SX1 can display is as follows.
Analog Output
640 x 480 @60 Hz
Digital Output
16 bbp
640 x 480 @60 Hz
32 bbp
800 x 600 @60 Hz
16 bbp
32 bbp
800 x 600 @60 Hz
32 bbp
1024 x 768 @60 Hz
16 bbp
16 bbp
32 bbp
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16 bbp
32 bbp
1024 x 768 @60 Hz
32 bbp
1280 x 1024 @60 Hz
16 bbp
16 bbp
32 bbp
1280 x 1024 @60 Hz
16 bbp
32 bbp
3. OPERATION
This chapter shows how to start and end SC1/SX1 operation.
3-1. Adding a Connection name
When using the RDP protocol
1.
Turn on the SX1.
2.
The Desktop screen will be displayed.
3.
Star the [Remote Desktop Connection].
Double click the [Remote Desktop Connection] icon to open the [Remote Desktop
Connection] dialog box.
Click [Start]-[Remote Desktop Connection] to open the [Remote Desktop
Connection] dialog box.
Click [Start]-[Program]-[Remote Desktop Connection] to open the [Remote
Desktop Connection] dialog box.
4.
The [Remote Desktop Connection] will be displayed.
Enter the name of the computer and click [Options].
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5.
Set up connection settings of each setting tab of [Options] with
reference to the setting method of Windows.
6.
Name the file name and save it.
(1) Click [Save As] of [Connection settings] of the [General] tab.
(2) Name the file (The example is “RDP1.rdp”.), and save it.
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3. OPERATION
7.
A new icon (The example is “RDP1”) is displayed on the desktop.
If a setup finishes, click [Connect] and log on to the WTS, or click [Close] and end
a setup.
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When using the ICA protocol
1.
Turn on the eClient SX1.
2.
The Desktop screen will be displayed.
3.
Double click the [Citrix Program Neighborhood] icon to open the
Citrix program.
Click [Start]-[Citrix Program Neighborhood] to open the Citrix program.
Click [Start]-[Program]-[Citrix]-[MetaFrame Access Clients]-[Program
Neighborhood] to open the Citrix program.
4.
The [Citrix Program Neighborhood] will be displayed.
Double click the [Add ICA Connection].
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3. OPERATION
5.
“Add New ICA Connection” Wizard is displayed.
Set up the SX1 according to the directions of the displayed dialog box.
6.
The last page of the wizard is displayed and click [Finish], a new
icon (The example is “ICA1”) is added in the “Citrix Program
Neighborhood-Custom ICA Connections” dialog box.
7.
If a setup finishes, click [Connect] and log on to the WTS, or click
[Close] and end a setup.
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3-2. Logging on or off the WTS
Logging on to the WTS
1.
Turn on the SX1.
2.
The Desktop screen will be displayed.
When using the RDP protocol, proceed to step 3, and when using the ICA
protocol, proceed to step 4.
3.
When using the RDP protocol
In case the connection icon exists on the desktop
(1) Double click the connection icon (The example below is “RDP1”.).
In case the connection name doesn’t exist on the desktop
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3. OPERATION
(2) Double click the [Remote Desktop Connection] icon to open the [Remote
Desktop Connection] dialog box.
Click [Start]-[Remote Desktop Connection] to open the [Remote Desktop
Connection] dialog box.
Click [Start]-[Program]-[Remote Desktop Connection] to open the [Remote
Desktop Connection] dialog box.
(3) The [Remote Desktop Connection] will be displayed. Enter the name of the
computer and click [Connect].
Proceed to step 5.
4.
When using the ICA protocol
(4) Double click the [Citrix Program Neighborhood] icon to open the Citrix
program.
Click [Start]-[Citrix Program Neighborhood] to open the Citrix program.
Click [Start]-[Program]-[Citrix]-[MetaFrame Access Clients]-[Program
Neighborhood] to open the Citrix program.
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(5) The [Citrix Program Neighborhood] will be displayed. Double click the
connection icon (The example below is “ICA1”).
5.
When the SX1 connects to the WTS, the “Log On to Windows”
dialog box is displayed.
Enter your [User name] and [Password], and then click [OK] to log on to the WTS.
After logging on, the SX1 allows you to use the Microsoft Windows applications
running on the WTS.
NOTE
• If an automatic logon connection is selected, this menu will not appear and you
can log on to the WTS automatically.
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3. OPERATION
Logging off the WTS
If your SX1 starts its operation with a desktop:
1.
Log off the WTS.
(1)
Close all the applications.
(2)
Select [Start] on the taskbar.
(3)
Select [Shut Down...] and select [Logoff] of the [Shut Down Windows] dialog box.
(4)
2.
Click [OK] on the Logoff Window.
The session ends and logs off from the WTS automatically.
Shut down the SX1.
Click [Start] and select [Shut Down…] and select the [Shut Down] of the [Shut
Down Windows] dialog box.
NOTE
• Do not select [Stand by] to shut down the SX1. In case, [Stand by] is selected
unintentionally to shut down, refer to P.36.
If your SX1 starts its operation with an application:
1.
Log off the WTS.
Close the applications to log off the WTS.
2.
Follow the step 2 of “If your SX1 starts its operation with a
desktop” to shut down the SX1.
NOTE
• It is possible to disconnect from the WTS without closing any applications in use (or
without logging off). (The last view of the application is displayed when the next
connection to the WTS is made.)
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3-3.Opening/Closing the Local Web Browser
Opening the Local Web Browser
1.
Turn on the SX1.
2.
The desktop screen will be displayed.
3.
Double click the [Internet Explorer] icon to open the browser.
Click [Start]-[Internet Explorer] to open the browser.
Click [Start]-[Program]-[Internet Explorer] to open the browser.
4.
The local web browser opens.
It is possible to browse web pages on the Internet.
Closing the Local Web Browser
1.
Close the local web browser.
Select [Close] on the [File], or click [x] on the right upper corner of the [Internet
Explorer] to close the local web browser.
2.
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Follow the step 2 of “Logging off the WTS” to shut down the SX1.
3. OPERATION
4. Setup the environment of the
operation (by the System Administrator)
This chapter explains that the information on SX1 and a setup of detailed environment
of operation. The “Administrator” authority performs a setup the environment. When
the SX1 is turned on, it logs on automatically by “User” authority. In order to perform
each setup, it is necessary to log on by the “Administrator” authority.
4-1. Note for the SX1 system environment
Please note the followings as the system information of SX1.
Windows update
• Do not perform the “Windows Update” on the SX1. Perform the security updating
by using the firmware, which EIZO will submit.
Local Browser
• The SX1 incorporates “Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0”.
• In order to restrict the writing to the Flash Memory (C: drive), the setting of [Internet
Options] is preset. Browser cookies and cashes are restored on the RAM disk, but
they are not saved. Since it has set up in order to prevent the over writing to Flash
Memory, and consumption of limited Free space, do not change these pre settings.
• Java Script is available.
• The following Plug-in soft wares are installed as the default.
1) Microsoft Windows Media Player plug-in.
2) Java plug-in “Sun Microsystems Java 2 Runtime Environment”
• If more browser resources are required, you can use another browser through a WTS.
Windows Media Player
• The SX1 incorporates “Windows Media Player 9.0”.
• Note that the file about the skin is not installed.
Utility Applications
• The “Notepad (notepad.exe)”, the “Command prompt| (cmd.exe)”, “Registry editor
(regedit.exe), and PING (ping.exe) is available for “Administrator” authority. These
utilities can be executed from [Start]-[Run…] menu.
Help
• The function about Help on SX1 cannot be used.
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Power save setting
• Do not use [System standby] setting on the power scheme setting of the control panel,
since the connection with WTS is disconnected when the SX1 shift to system standby.
When the SX1 is used again, you should reconnect to the WTS (Refer to P.35).
4-2. Log on to the SX1 as the System
Administrator
Account information
The following is the default user names and passwords, which are used for logging on to
the SX1 (“User” authority and “Administrator” authority). When logging on to as the
“Administrator”, once log on to the SX1 and log on again as the “Administrator”.
Refer to the following steps. The user name and password is the changeable in the
[Terminal Logon] icon on the control panel (Refer to P.32).
Authority
User name
Password
User
User
User
System Administrator
Administrator
Administrator
NOTE
• Password is case sensitive.
Change to the Administrator Authority
1.
Turn on the SX1.
The desktop screen will be displayed.
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4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
2.
Log off the SX1 as the “User” authority and log on it as the
“Administrator” authority.
(1) Click [Start] and select [Shut Down…] and select [Log off User] of the [[Shut
down Windows].
(2) Click [OK] by pressing the [Shift] key on the keyboard.
(3) The [Log On to Windows] is displayed on the screen, appears, enter
“Administrator” in the [User name] and “Administrator” in the [Password]
column and click [OK].
NOTE
• Password is case sensitive.
3.
The Desktop screen of System administrator is displayed.
4.
When the all settings are finished, log off the SX1.
When SX1 is started next time, it logs on automatically by user authority.
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4-3. “User” authority and “Administrator”
authority
The operation, which can be operated by the “Administrator“ authority is different
from the “User” authority. For the detailed setting as the “Administrator” authority for
the “Control panel” and [Start]-[About] menu, please refer to “4-4. Using the control
panel” and “4-5. [Start]-[About] menu.
Desktop
Items
My Computer
My Network
Internet Explorer
Remote Desktop
Connection
Citrix Program
Neighborhood
Contents
Administrator authority can
perform access to a local
hard disk.
Administrator authority can
perform access to a network.
Internet Explorer
RDP connection client
software
ICA connection client
software
Administrator
User
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User
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[Start] menu
Leve1
Start
Leve2
Shut Down
Run
Search
Settings
Programs
Remote
Desktop
Connection
Internet
Explorer
Citrix Program
Neighborhood
About
*1
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Level3
For File or Folder
On the Internet
Control Panel*1
Network Connections
Printers and Faxes
Taskbar and Start Menu
Accessories
Startup
Citrix Program
Neighborhood
Enhanced Write Filter
Control
Internet Explorer
Remote Desktop Connection
Windows Media Player
About the detailed function of Control Panel, refer to "4-4. Using the control panel".
4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
[Start]-[About] menu
The information about eClient is displayed. For details, please refer to "4-5. [Start][About] menu"
Tab
[General]
[Security]
[System]
Administrator
√
√
√
User
√
N/A
√
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4-4. Using the control panel
Each function of the Control panel and the [About] menu perform various setup of SX1.
Log on and set up by “Administrator” authority. About each function of a control
panel, it is the standard function of Windows. In this section, we explain only
functions, which we add to use them for SX1.
Control panel by logging on as the administrator
Administrative Tools
NOTE
• “Help and Support” function doesn’t support SX1
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4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
Control panel items
Gray shade items are EIZO customized functions.
Icon
Functions
Accessibility Options
User Authority*
√
Add Hardware
N/A
Add or Remove Programs
N/A
Administrative Tools
/only ”Enhanced Write Filter” is EIZO original
Date and Time
N/A
Display
√
√
Folder Options
N/A
Fonts
N/A
Internet Options
N/A
Java Plug-in
N/A
Keyboard
√
Mouse
√
Network Connections
√
Phone and Modem Options
N/A
Power Options
N/A
Printers and Faxes
RAM Disk
√
N/A
Regional and Language Options
√
Sounds and Audio Devices
√
System
N/A
Taskbar and Start Menu
N/A
Terminal Logon
N/A
* Although user authority can perform change of a setup, since it cannot save, if
logged off, it will return to the original setup.
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Terminal Logon
By enabling the automatic logon, it logs automatically by the user name at the time
of starting (i.e. power supply ON).
Set up a user name and a password.
[Enable auto logon to terminal]
...................................Enable or disable of the automatic logon function to
SX1 is set up. It is applied from next logoff or a next
starting up after setting. When this setting is disabling,
“Log on to Windows” dialog box is displayed at
starting up.
[User settings] .....................An effective user name, a password, and a domain
name (at domain participation) are set up. (The default
of user name and password are both “User”, and
domain is none.)
When logging on by user name which is different in the name of automatic
logon
1. Click [Start] and select [Shut Down…] and select [Log off User] of the [Shut down
Windows].
2. Click [OK] by pressing the [Shift] key on the keyboard.
3. The [Log On to Windows] is displayed on the screen, enter user name, password and
domain (at domain participation ) column and click [OK].
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4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
RAM Disk
The size of a RAM disk drive is set up. This RAM disk is volatile disk, and is used
as temporary data storage. Drive letter “Z:” is assigned to the RAM disk.
[RAM Disk Settings]
...................................The current RAM disk drive is displayed. Moreover,
the size of a RAM disk is set up in 4 to 30MB of range.
A changed setup is adapted after restarting.
The following items are stored on the RAM disk.
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•
•
•
•
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Temporary Internet files
Browser history
Browser cookies
Print spooling
ICA Client bitmap cache and event log file
Java Plug-in applet
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Administrative Tools-Enhanced Write Filter Control
Enhanced Write Filter (EWF) forbids the unnecessary writing to Flash Memory (C:
drive) where software (OS, application, user setup) is saved, and improves the
security and robustness of SX1.
NOTE
• In order to prevent the unusual writing to Flash Memory (C: drive), when
usually using the SX1, be sure to use EWF in the state of enable (writing the
Flash Memory (C: drive) is prohibited).
EWF monitor
SX1 displays the EWF status on the task tray when starting the SX1.
Enable EWF. In this status, writing the Flash Memory (C:
drive) is prohibited.
Disable EWF. In this status, writing the Flash Memory (C:
drive) is permitted.
[Enhanced Write Filter Command]
............................................Select the EWF command.
[Enable EWF on next boot]:
EWF is enabling on next starting the SX1.
[Disable EWF on next boot]:
EWF is disabling on next starting the SX1
[Commit at current data]:
The present overlay data is applied and EWF is
disabling on next starting the SX1.
[Clear the current EWF pending command]:
............................................
The current EWF command is cleared.
[Enhanced Write Filter Status]
...................................Clicking the [Display the EWF Status] button displays
the state of the present EWF on a list view.
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4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
Display- [Screen Saver] tab
A connection monitor's Screen Saver and a setup of power-saving control are
[Control Panel]-[Display]-[Screen Saver] tab and set up them by this tab. A powersaving control setup of the SX1 should use [Turn off monitor].
NOTE
• Do not use [System standby] setting, since the connection with WTS is cut
when the SX1 shift to system standby. When the SX1 is used again, you
should reconnect to the WTS.
• The control by using the Network Administrator 3.0 cannot support when the
SX1 is in the “standby” state.
Screen Saver setting
[Screen Saver] .....................Set the screen saver pattern, waiting time (for
activating), and the password to resume the screen
saver (The default is None).
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Power saving
Set here
Never to set
this function
Click
[Monitor Power]
[Power Schemes] tab-[Turn off monitor]
............................................Set the screen saver pattern, waiting time (for
activating), and the password to resume the screen
saver (The default is None).
NOTE
• Set the power save setting of the connection monitor.
Power Control system
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SX1 setting
Operation of the SX1 and the
connection monitor
Power
Indicator of
the SX1
How to return to the
screen display
Screen Saver
When the setting wait period
passed after stopping the SX1
operation, the screen saver
works.
Blue
Operate the mouse
or keyboard.
Turn off
monitor
When the setting wait period
passed after stopping the SX1
operation, the monitor’s screen is
blackout and the monitor is in the
power save mode. The
connection to the WTS remains.
Blue
Operate the mouse
or keyboard.
System
Standby
(Do not set
this.)
When the setting wait period
passed after stopping the SX1
operation, the monitor’s screen is
blackout and the monitor is in the
power save mode. However, the
connection to the WTS will be
disconnected.
Blue
Press the power
button of the SX1. It
takes over 10
seconds to return
the screen.
4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
4-5. [Start]-[About] menu
The [Start]-[About] menu of Windows shows the SX1 information and performs an IP
address setup of the management console for software Network Administrator Version
3.0 which manages the client terminals.
General
[General] tab shows the product name, Product ID, Windows XPe Revision, version,
Build No.
Security
Assign the IP address of the computer, which the Network Administrator is installed
(NA service running computer). Other computer with the Network Administrator will
not be able to control the SX1 after setting the administrator console.
Security can be set up only when logged on by administrator authority.
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System
[System] tab shows the product information.
[Software] ...........................Microsoft Windows XPe Version, Revision, Build
number. Windows Terminal Server client Revision.
[Hardware] .........................Serial number of the SX1
[Network] ...........................Network information
4-6. Software updating/Installation
The software backup and update of SX1 is performed using thin client utility software
“Network Administrator”. For details, please refer to the User’s Manual of Network
Administrator 3.0.
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4. Setup the environment of the operation (by the System Administrator)
5. TROUBLESHOOTING
This page presents problem that can be corrected by the user. If a problem persists even
after applying the suggested remedies, contact an EIZO dealer.
Problems
Points to check with possible solutions
1. No picture is displayed on the screen
(The power indicator is off).
Check if the power is OFF.
2. No picture is displayed on the screen
(The power indicator is blue).
Check if the power of the monitor is OFF.
Check brightness setting. Minimum settings
will cause screen to be blank.
Try pressing a key on the keyboard, or clicking
the mouse. (The monitor may be in a power
saving mode.)
3. No picture is displayed on the screen
(The power indicator is blue), and
the screen doesn’t return by
operating the keyboard or mouse.
Check if the cable of the keyboard or the mouse
is securely connected.
Check if the [System standby], which is the
power save setting (refer to P.xx). In this case,
the SX1 state is the system standby, which is
disconnected to WTS. Press the power button
to return the screen (it takes over 10 seconds to
return the screen).
Did you select “Stand by” from the [Shut Down
Windows] when you shut down the SX1? (Refer
to P.23). In this case, the SX1 state is the system
standby, which is disconnected to WTS. Press
the power button to return the screen (it takes
over 10 seconds to return the screen).
4. Input devices (such as a keyboard or
a mouse) do not work properly.
Check if the cable of the keyboard or the mouse
is securely connected.
Check if the keyboard or the mouse is
connected to the proper connector.
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6. CLEANING
Periodic cleaning is recommended to keep the monitor looking new and to prolong its
operation lifetime.
NOTE
• Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol (ethanol, methanol, or isopropyl alcohol),
abrasive cleaners, or other strong solvents, as these may cause damage to the
cabinet.
Cabinet
To remove stains, wipe the cabinet with a soft, lightly moistened cloth using a mild
detergent. Do not spray wax or cleaner directly onto the cabinet.
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6. CLEANING
7. SPECIFICATIONS
CPU and
Memory
CPU
VIA Eden, 800 MHz
Memory
RAM: 256 MB, ROM: 256 MB
Display Color
256 / 65536 / 16 M colors
Supported Resolution
1280 × 1024 (60 Hz)
1024 × 768 (60 Hz)
800 × 600 (60 Hz)
Complying Protocol
Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDP)
Citrix Independent Computing Architecture (ICA)
Software
Microsoft Windows XP Embedded with SP1
TM
Java VM - Sun Microsystems Java 2 Runtime Environment Version
Microsoft RDP Client
Citrix ICA Client 8.0 or later
Complying Software for
Windows Terminal Server
Microsoft Windows 2000
Server / Advanced Server / Datacenter Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Standard Edition / Enterprise Edition / Datacenter Edition
Citrix MetaFrame 1.8 / 1.8 + FR1
MetaFrame XP / XP + FR1 / XP + FR2 / XP + FR3
USB
USB standard Rev. 2.0 complied
Mouse
PS/2 Optical Mouse
Power Supply
100-120/200-240 VAC ± 10 %, 50/60 Hz, 2.6 A/2.4 A
(including Outlet Maximum load capacity 2 A)
Power Consumption
Min: 20 W (with keyboard, mouse, and LAN)
Max: 35 W (with keyboard, mouse, USB, LAN, and PC card)
Power off (with keyboard, mouse, and LAN): Less than 3 W
(without AC outlet connection)
Interface
Connector
LAN
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) Wake On LAN supported × 1
Keyboard,
Mouse
PS/2 (Mini DIN 6 pin ) × 2
USB Port
Downstream × 2
Parallel
IEEE1284 (D-Sub 25 pin) × 1
Serial Port
RS-232C (D-Sub 9 pin) × 1
PC Card Slot
PCMCIA Type II (68 pin) × 1
Line Output
Stereo mini jack × 1 , Card Bus supported
Monaural
Microphone
Mini jack × 1
Video
DVI-I x 1 (Analog / Digital)
Dimensions
200 mm (W) × 295 mm (H) × 236 mm (D)
(7.8” (W) × 11.6” (H) × 9.3” (D))
Weight
3.4 kg (7.5 lbs.)
(With the Monitor Attachment Unit: 3.9 kg (8.6 lbs.))
Environmental Specifications
Temperature
Humidity
Certifications
and Standards
Operating: 5 °C to 35 °C to (41 °F to 95 °F)
Storage: -20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F)
30 % to 80 % R.H. Non-condensing
100-120 VAC
range
TÜV/NRTL, c-TÜV, FCC class A, CB
200-240 VAC
range
CE, CB, TÜV Rheinland/GS
7. SPECIFICATIONS
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Dimensions (eClient only)
mm (inches)
166(6.5)
55(
27(1.06)
2.1
200(7.9)
7)
63(
2
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Po
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89(3.5)
NC
OF
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295(11.6)
AC
TP
UT
INP
UT
60
214(8.4)
12(0.47)
156(6.1)
178(7.0)
AC
OU
22(0.87)
Dimensions (EIZO monitor attached)
W x H x D(mm)
Monitor Mount
Position
Highest
Middle
Lowest
326 x 383 x 216
326 x 355 x 232
326 x 328 x 248
Model
L367
L557/L567
368 x 437 x 224
368 x 410 x 239
368 x 382 x 255
L767
415 x 453 x 226
415 x 425 x 242
415 x 398 x 258
* The figure is the size in case the monitor is installed perpendicularly.
mm (inches)
L367
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7. SPECIFICATIONS
L557/L567
L767
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