Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Release Notes

Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Release Notes
Release Notes
Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise
®
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
Issue: 122911 Rev. B
General Release
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Contents
Copyright Notices ii
About this Guide ii
Finding the Information You Need in this Guide
Wyse Technical Support ii
Wyse Online Community ii
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Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052 1
Fixes 1
New Features 3
Upgrading 6
Known Issues 6
Software Information 8
Build Details 8
BIOS Details 11
Supported Platforms 14
Cloud Client Support 14
Software Compatibility 14
Wireless Security Support Details
Tested USB Peripherals 16
Smart Card Support 18
Tested Media Files for HDX 18
Supported Resolutions 19
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Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.031 21
Fixes 21
New Features 21
Upgrading 27
Known Issues 28
Software Information 29
Build Details 29
BIOS Details 31
Supported Platforms 33
Cloud Client Support 33
Software Compatibility 33
TCX Suite 4.1.0.19 Support Details
Wireless Security Support Details 35
Tested USB Peripherals 36
Smart Card Support 37
Tables 39
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Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
This section contains:
•
"Fixes"
•
"New Features"
•
"Upgrading"
•
"Known Issues"
•
"Software Information"
•
"Supported Platforms"
•
"Wireless Security Support Details"
•
"Tested USB Peripherals"
•
"Smart Card Support"
•
"Tested Media Files for HDX"
•
"Supported Resolutions"
NOTE: File extractor version used for testing:
•
WinRAR Version: 3.9
•
WinZip Version 11.1
•
TIR56616: GUI validation is required for RDP Drive Map window.
•
TIR58635: Desktop Appliance wallpaper appears in normal mode.
•
TIR59095: Explicit resolution rather than DDC in the INI causes a second monitor to
sleep.
•
TIR59681: Rework BIOS/CMOS update to allow CMOS only updates while BIOS
updates are still enabled.
•
TIR59730: Cosmetic bug in the Import Certificate applet.
•
TIR59873: Username and Password input box remains active even if you disable the
server requires authentication option.
•
TIR60002: Add clear text support to C50.
•
TIR60089: The Force base system update check box is getting preserved even after
using reset to factory defaults.
•
TIR60105: SUSE Linux HAgent does not pass SysLocation value from the Hagent
inifile.ini to WDM.
•
TIR60121: Terminal Name shows LWT followed by WLAN card MAC ID instead of
Ethernet MAC ID with WLAN connectivity.
•
TIR60178: T50 - Certificate file for .pfx not listing in the Certificate Import Server
Settings applet.
Fixes
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Chapter 1
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TIR60228: Selected keyboard layout is not reflecting after client reboot and US
keyboard layout is enabled when the If server is available, use INI files server option is
selected.
•
TIR60298: Thinuser and Guest cannot connect remotely using SSH.
•
TIR60319: Z50S/D - Unable to wake up from Suspend mode through USB keyboard
and mouse.
•
TIR60457: HAgent crashed after refresh of device immediately after pulling the device
configuration.
•
TIR60514: C90LE and Linux v7 - Clear Test password works for encrypt password
enabled.
•
TIR60546: ICA session is disconnected if the USB device is connected and left idle for
5 to 8 seconds by not clicking on Proceed or Deny button in Wyse USB Virtualizer
window that appears when USB device is connected.
•
TIR60754: BROWSER connection not launching a session with the configured
Window size after changing Window size option from Full Screen to other.
•
TIR60816: MDS not working for Windows7 Ultimate 32-bit and 64-bit desktops in
VMware View Client > RDP protocol.
•
TIR60856: R50L - ICA session disconnects after launching the RDP session.
•
TIR60903: At least Guest and Thinuser (and maybe Admin) should not be able to
delete desktop connection icons.
•
TIR60959: Security & Privacy issue - INI feature EncryptPasswords, broke the base/
core system design (password handing compromised).
•
TIR61138: Wyse SUSE Linux uses two separate DHCP clients: dhcpcd during the
initrd stage when images/addons are updated and dhclient after boot. This can result in
two leases on the DHCP server for the one device.
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
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New Features
•
ICA 12 Addon is available with Base Image
•
New Panel On Top setting (see also Table 1 "New and Modified INI Parameters"):
New Panel on top check box in the Panel Configuration dialog box (Computer Name
> More Applications > Panel Configuration) allows you to always display the taskbar
on top of all other windows in a session launched in Fullscreen mode.
•
New Diagnostics Log Viewer: New Diagnostics Log Viewer dialog box (Computer
Name > More Applications > Diagnostics Log Viewer) allows you to display and
export log files to a USB key or remote server.
The Diagnostics Log Viewer displays the related messages of the log file name you
have highlighted (click the name to highlight) in the Log Name list. To include debug
messages for log files, select the More Logs check box, click Apply, and then restart
the device for the change to take effect (now when you highlight the log file you want to
display, debug messages will also display in the results pane).
You can export the log files you select (click all or any of the check boxes you want in
the Log Name list) to a:
•
USB Key - Attach a USB key to the client, open the Diagnostics Log Viewer, select
the check boxes you want in the Log Name list, select USB Key, and then click
Next to use the Export Logs dialog box.
•
Remote Server - Select the check boxes you want in the Log Name list, select
Remote Server, and then click Next to use the Export Logs dialog box. Note that,
you can export the log files to a default server (server from the default registry) or to
any server by specifying the URL path and server credentials.
NOTE: Permanent and temporary registry logs will be exported by default.
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Chapter 1
•
RDP Client Settings Supports RD Gateway: New RD Gateway tab in the RDP
Configuration dialog box (Computer Name > Connection Manager > RDP) allows
you to enable and use an RD Gateway to connect to your remote computers.
If required by your network administrator, select the Use RD Gateway Settings check
box, enter the IP address or URL of the Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway)
server, and then enter the Username, Password, and Domain of the RD Gateway
server (if required). You can also select Use Same Connection Credentials for RD
Gateway (if the server credentials are the same credentials as your RDP host remote
computer credentials) and then enter the Server IP address or URL of the Remote
Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) server.
NOTE: An RD Gateway server is a type of gateway that enables authorized users to
connect to remote computers on a corporate network from any computer with an
Internet connection. An RD Gateway server enables Remote Desktop connections to a
corporate network from the Internet without having to set up virtual private network
(VPN) connections. Ask your network administrator whether you need to specify an RD
Gateway server.
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
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Table 1
New and Modified INI Parameters in this Release (defaults in bold)
New and Modified INI Parameters
Parameter
Description
BootOrder={<values listed in
description as per platform>}
BootOrder — Sets the boot order for the BIOS.
NOTE: If the first boot order is not H, the system restart will boot from the
BIOS setting.
Non-Z class clients default is: Bootorder=H;P;U
Z class clients default is: Bootorder=H;S;U;F;C;P
Where values are as follows:
C is USB CD-ROM
F is USB FDC
H is SATA 0
P is PXE LAN
S is SATA 1
U is USB HDD (Note that under U if multiple USB keys are connected, the
first detected USB key will be attempted; if this fails to boot, the boot will fall
back to the second detected USB key, and so on in order of detection)
IMPORTANT:
The boot order must follow these rules:
1. The boot order is a list of these values separated by a semi-colon (;) or a
comma (,).
2. Every value for a platform must be used.
3. The values must be different.
Non Z class client example:
The following example settings are valid for Non-Z class clients:
BootOrder=H;P;U
BootOrder=P;U;H
BootOrder=U;H;P
However, the following example settings are invalid for Non-Z class clients:
BootOrder=H;P
BootOrder=P;H;P
BootOrder=H;P;U;P
New DesktopTaskbar
parameter option:
•
[AlwaysOnTop={no,
yes}]
AlwaysOnTop — Yes/no option to always display the desktop taskbar
on top of all other windows in a session launched in Fullscreen mode
(default is no).
PasswordEncryptionCode=
{0, 1}
New parameter to specify whether or not to use a Base64 encoded
password.
0 — Use a plain text password.
1 — Use a Base64 encoded password (default is 1).
PowerManager={0...3600,
0...3600}
New parameter to manage client system and display power settings
is enabled by default.
First value — The time of inactivity (in seconds) after which the client
system is put to sleep. Value range is from 0 to 3600 seconds
(default is 0).
Second value — The time of inactivity (in seconds) after which the
client display is turned off (blank). Value range is 0 to 3600 seconds
(default is 300).
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Chapter 1
Upgrading
Upgrading steps are as follows (note that FTP upgrade options include no update, add-on
only, image only, and base image & add-on):
1. At the server side, extract the Image_Upgrade.zip file to your image upgrade server
(FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS).
2. At the client side, the image server details must be configured either through DHCP
Options or by manually entering the server address using the INI and Upgrade
Network Settings dialog box (Control Center > INI and Upgrade Settings applet).
For details, see Administrators Guide: Wyse® Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise
Release 11 SP1. NOTE: You can also use the Novell Add-on Manager as described in
the Administrators Guide: Wyse® Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise Release 11 SP1.
3. After configuring the server details on the client, reboot the client device.
Known Issues
•
TIR54685: RDP XP Pro: No Audio output in USB headset (TCX USB). Platforms:
C50LE, R50L, R50LE.
•
TIR54711: WLAN not connecting through wlx.ini parameters with WEP-Shared Key.
Platforms: C50LE, Lenovo - R412, R50L, R50LE, X50L, X50m, Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR56374: Z50S/D: WLAN not connecting with HIDDEN SSID (WPA - Enterprise, TLS
Authentication). Platforms: C50LE, R50LE, X50L, X50m, Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR57181: Notification displays on the top of the desktop instead displaying in the
taskbar when logging in with the PN Agent user and launching any application.
Platforms: Lenovo - R412, Z50D, Z50S
•
TIR57841: VMware View issue - Two mouse pointers display when PCoIP session
starts. One pointer appears to be local Wyse linux desktop pointer and the other the
view session (windows) pointer. Platforms: C50L, R50L.
•
TIR57914: In ICA and XenDesktop connection, upon playing particular media files, the
audio is jerking. Platforms: C50L, R50L, R50LE, X50c, X50L, Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR58533: Sound recording not working on PNAgent domain login for ICA and
XenDesktops. Platforms: R50L, R50LE, X50c, X50L, X50m, Z50D, Z50S
•
TIR58589: USB 3.0 device hot plug-in is not working in the USB 3.0 ports. Platforms:
X50m, Z50D, Z50S
•
TIR58825: Keyboard layout set through INI is reflecting in the XenDesktop URL but not
reflecting inside the desktop session. Platforms: Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR59206: [Citrix] Logitech Webcam application not working after changing the image
size. Platforms: Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR59334: Z50S/D: Junk lines appear on logon prompt when you set Autologin with
Span Mode. Platforms: Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR59925: Plantronics USB Headset is not working within a VMWARE_VIEWCLIENT
connection. Platforms: X50m, Z50D, Z50S
•
TIR60034: Display refreshing does not happen after pressing the Control key to locate
the mouse pointer (when Locate Pointer option is enabled). Platforms: C50LE, R50LE,
X50m, Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR60109: XDMCP Connection Broadcast and Chooser option is not functioning as
defined. Platforms: C50LE, R50LE, X50L, X50m, Z50D, Z50S.
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TIR60252: WLAN disconnects after switching over to other AP (Roaming) with
WPA-PSK authentication. Platforms: X50c, X50m, Z50D.
•
TIR60460: Unable to copy log files to a particular USB stick through Diagnostics Log
Viewer, when more than one USB stick is connected. Platforms: Z50D.
•
TIR60922: In Windows 2003, the PEN Drive is not detecting for PNAgent domain login
with the Dynamic Mapping check box enabled in ICA Global Settings applet. Platforms:
Z50D.
•
TIR61094: Output volume becomes 100% or Mute automatically while removing
Plantronics p420 USB Speaker. Platforms: R50LE, Z50D.
•
TIR61096: No Audio output in BIZ2400 USB headset. Platforms: Z50D.
•
TIR61307: At login into the GDM greeter, if the user is not using a local user account
(PNAgent login or user.ini login), it does not show an error if the network is not yet
enabled. Platforms: C50L, R50L, X50c, X50L, Z50D.
•
TIR61340: Audio is not clear (more noise) while playing any video file through YouTube
in a XenDesktop session with an analog headset. Platforms: Z50D.
•
TIR61448: Dell U3011 monitor does not support 1920x1200 resolution for clone and
span modes using (DVI and Display port) and (DVI and VGA) Y-cable. Platforms:
Z50D, Z50S.
•
TIR61450: R50L mouse out of sync with PCOIP session. Platforms: R50L.
•
TIR61454: TCX USB: Recording does not happen from a Logitech Webcam
microphone in Windows 2003 R2 Server. Platforms: Z50D.
•
TIR61478: RDP session not connecting when server licensing mode is set to Per
Device. Platforms: Z50D.
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Chapter 1
Software Information
This section contains:
•
"Build Details"
•
"BIOS Details"
Build Details
Table 2
C50LE Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
C50LE
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_C50LE_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
360701952
MD5
3AD956D5553EF827677CF82607306CE8
Checksum32
D7933D2C
Localization
U.S.
Table 3
R50L and R50LE Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
R50L and R50LE
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_R50LE_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
765362176
MD5
2DF5A393E926601D0E96E3D13A10B091
Checksum32
F881A0A1
Localization
U.S.
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
Table 4
X50c Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
X50c
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_X50C_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
460390400
MD5
C837C542D369F116FCE8E9264DEAF451
Checksum32
D669E9DE
Localization
U.S.
Table 5
X50L Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
X50L
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_X50L_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
376410112
MD5
9F03C1966FBDE5C17DD936C1DAEF856A
Checksum32
500D0E35
Localization
U.S.
Table 6
X50m Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
X50m
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_X50M_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
1107943424
MD5
8D4CCDA30BBEE19043BA2C5AE2EBE076
Checksum32
4A55E733
Localization
U.S.
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Chapter 1
Table 7
Z50D Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
Z50D
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_Z50D_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
1108541440
MD5
19F41D91A52EA2341C265CEF33E9C3B0
Checksum32
4EFD087D
Localization
U.S.
Table 8
Z50S Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
Z50S
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.052
Build File Name
11.1.052_Z50D_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
1108541440
MD5
19F41D91A52EA2341C265CEF33E9C3B0
Checksum32
4EFD087D
Localization
U.S.
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BIOS Details
Steps to update the BIOS manually:
1. Unzip the BIOS file and copy the extracted folder onto a bootable USB flash drive.
2. Boot the device from the USB flash drive (most C class and R class device users can
also use the one time boot menu - press and hold the P key, select the USB drive
option that is displayed for your BIOS version, and then press Enter). For details on
booting your device from a USB flash drive, see your device documentation.
3. Change directory to the respective BIOS folder.
4. Run the f.bat file, and when completed, reboot the device. IMPORTANT: For X50L
Only, run ITEFLASH.EXE file from the X50L-1.2E folder, instead of f.bat file, and then
reboot the device when completed.
5. Enter the BIOS setup again and press the F9 key to load default configurations.
6. (Z50S and X50m Only) Enable ACPI P-state in Power management.
7. (Optional) Restore the boot order accordingly.
8. Press the F10 key to save changes and exit.
Table 9
C50LE BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
C50LE
Version
1.0C_SPC-0407
File Name
1.0C_SPC.zip
Size (Bytes)
1198597
MD5 Check sum
41EA6A3FE4DFF6667D434D234EB066BE
Checksum32
92FC40C
Table 10
R50L and R50LE BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
R50L and R50LE
Version
1.0L
File Name
10L.zip
Size (Bytes)
772639
MD5 Check sum
BAB96B8661034AE4FD06DCF9EB1A39A5
Checksum32
5E99320
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Table 11
X50c BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
X50c
Version
1.0G
File Name
1.0G.zip
Size (Bytes)
981641
MD5 Check sum
43A52C1237E522042BBB8DB54FF2F841
Checksum32
77529FD
Table 12
X50L BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
X50L
Version
1.2E-0516-0207
File Name
X50L-1.2E.zip
Size (Bytes)
36936
MD5 Check sum
36F3479E8061EDA391A2451D432D941B
Checksum32
4792BD
Table 13
X50m BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
X50m
Version
1.0H
File Name
10H.zip
Size (Bytes)
1849710
MD5 Check sum
0C704314C744C2A754B9804D7256B301
Checksum32
E29FE90
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Table 14
Z50D BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
Z50D
Version
1.0L
File Name
1.0L.ZIP
Size (Bytes)
1850336
MD5 Check sum
A62BE15D5E83416BDAA07C6C7EDAD38A
Checksum32
E2A380F
Table 15
Z50S BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
Z50S
Version
1.0L
File Name
1.0L.zip
Size (Bytes)
1850336
MD5 Check sum
A62BE15D5E83416BDAA07C6C7EDAD38A
Checksum32
E2A380F
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Chapter 1
Supported Platforms
This section contains:
•
"Cloud Client Support"
•
"Software Compatibility"
Cloud Client Support
•
C50LE
•
R50L
•
R50LE
•
X50c
•
X50L
•
X50m
•
Z50D
•
Z50S
Software Compatibility
•
WDM Server 4.8.5 build 397 on Windows Server 2008 R2 (Enterprise) 64-bit.
•
Wyse TCX Suite 4.2.0.2.
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Wireless Security Support Details
Wireless Security
Authentication
Inner Authentication
Connection Status
Smart Roaming
Booting with Wireless
Hidden SSID
Available to All Users
(SSID Broadcast-Enable)
Available to All Users
(SSID Broadcast-Disable)
Supported Wireless Security Details
Key Type
Table 16
No Security
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WEP
Open
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WPA Personal
TKIP
Open
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WPA2 Personal
CCMP
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WPA Enterprise
TKIP
EAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PEAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
TLS
User Cert
CA Cert
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
N/A
LEAP
User Name
& Password
Yes
No
Test
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
EAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PEAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
TLS
User Cert
CA Cert
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
WPA2 Enterprise
AES
NOTE: To convert certificates from pfx format to pem format, complete the following (for
WPA2-AES / PEAP / MSCHAPv2, you must set the PEAP Version to Version 0):
1. Install Opensll-0.9.7c-bin.exe (or later) on Windows 2003 Server.
2. Copy the pfx file to C:\Program Files\GnuWin32\bin.
3. Run openssl.exe and enter the following command:
openssl pkcs12 -in tme2.pfx -out tme2.pem
4. !--- The command to be given, -in <inputfilename>.
Enter Import Password:
5. !--- Enter the password given previously.
MAC verified OK
Enter PEM pass phrase:
6. (Provide a new pass phrase) !--- Enter a phrase.
Verifying - Enter PEM pass phrase:
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Chapter 1
Tested USB Peripherals
IMPORTANT:
Table 17
•
Qualified USB Peripherals: It is recommended to disable redirection for Audio
devices. This is achieved by modifying the ICADenyUSB parameter in the wlx.ini file as
follows:
ICADenyUSB=vid=<vid>
Note that in the case of Plantronics modify the ICADenyUSB parameter in the wlx.ini
file as follows:
ICADenyUSB=vid=047f
This line in the wlx.ini file will ensure that Plantronics devices will not be USB
redirected (that is, the thin client will manage the default device.
•
Test Environment Includes:
•
Build 11.1.052
•
XenDesktop 4.0
•
With the following INI parameters:
ICADesktopApplianceMode=yes
ICAMMVideo=yes
ICAMMAudio=no
•
ICA Client 12.0.0.189834-01.43
•
USB 2.0 Ports
•
USB devices were attached before log in to Windows XP 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7
Ultimate 64-bit, Windows 2003 Server 32-bit/64-bit, and Windows 2008 Server
32-bit/64-bit XenDesktop sessions.
•
USB devices were attached after log in to Windows XP 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7
Ultimate 64-bit, Windows 2003 Server 32-bit/64-bit, and Windows 2008 Server
32-bit/64-bit XenDesktop sessions.
•
USB devices were attached before booting the thin client and then logging in to
Windows XP 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Windows 2003 Server 32-bit/
64-bit, and Windows 2008 Server 32-bit/64-bit XenDesktop sessions.
Tested USB Peripherals
USB Device Category
Models
CD-ROM
Addonics USB CDROM
Floppy Drive
Sony USB Floppy
Hard Disk
TOSHIBA USB 3.0 HDD
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Tested USB Peripherals, Continued
USB Device Category
Models
Headset*
•
Jabra BIZ 2400 Mono USB
•
Jabra GN2000 USB
•
Jabra GN2000 USB Mono
•
Jabra GO 6470 Wireless Headset
•
Jabra UC Voice 250
•
P420 Calisto USB speaker phone
•
Plantronic Voyager Pro UC v2
•
Plantronic WO300 Savi Office
•
Plantronics Blackwire C210
•
Plantronics Blackwire C220
•
Plantronics Blackwire C420
•
Plantronics Blackwire C610 Mono
•
Plantronics Blackwire C620
•
Plantronics DA45
•
Plantronics DA60
•
Plantronics WO1
•
Plantronics WO2
Multicard Reader
Memory card reader
Pen Drive
Kingston USB 2.0 Pendrive
Printer**
HP LaserJet1320 supports:
•
IPP Printing
•
LPD/LPR Printing
•
Parallel Printing
•
SMB Printing
•
USB Parallel Printing
•
USB Printing
HP Business Inkjet supports:
Webcam
•
IPP Printing
•
LPD/LPR Printing
•
USB Printing
Logitech USB Quick Webcam
* Steps to map a connected USB headset as a default device in Windows XP 32-bit:
1 - Disable TCX USB Virtualizer (Computer Name > TCX USB Virtualizer Configuration
utility) or only disable audio devices.
2 - Connect the USB headset to the client.
3 - Open the Audio Devices applet, and select the appropriate USB headset (for example
(Citrix HDX Audio) as the Default Device, and then click OK.
4 - Disconnect and reconnect the USB Headset, establish a connection, and then play a
media file.
** Steps to enable local printing:
1 - Open the Wyse TCX Virtualizer applet in the Control Center.
2 - On the Configuration tab, clear the printers check box.
3 - Reboot the device.
4 - Re-login and configure the printers locally according to the device documentation.
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Smart Card Support
•
ActivCard is supported with:
·
•
Aladdin Token JC is supported with:
·
•
ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server.
eToken (PRO Smartcard(Java)) is supported with:
·
•
ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server (NOTE: Middleware used for testing
ActivCard was ActivCard Gold Utility; reader used for testing was ActivCard USB
Reader v3.0).
ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server.
Gemalto .NET Solutions is supported with:
·
ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server.
·
VMware View 4.6 client
Tested Media Files for HDX
IMPORTANT:
•
Mpeg1 and Mpeg2 Media Files Do Not Play Without Codecs Installed on the Thin
Client: It is recommended to use files with a bit rate less than 3 Mbps for better
performance.
•
Test Environment Includes:
•
Build 11.1.052
•
XenDesktop 4.0
•
With the following INI parameters:
ICADesktopApplianceMode=yes
ICAMMVideo=yes
ICAMMAudio=no
•
ICA Client 12.0.0.189834-01.43
•
DisplaySettings=MON1 rotate-normal DDC MON2 rotate-normal DDC on-right
•
Without Codec on Windows XP 32-bit and Windows 7 64-bit XenDesktop sessions.
•
With Codec gst_mmr_mpeg2_plugin-0.10.13-1.sletc11sp1.rpm on Windows XP
32-bit and Windows 7 64-bit XenDesktop sessions.
Tested Media Files Include:
•
MPEG1
•
MPEG2
•
AVI
•
ASF
•
MP3
•
WMV
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.052
Supported Resolutions
Tip
All resolutions support 16-bit and 32-bit color depth.
Monitors Tested
•
DELL 1505FP
•
Dell 1905FP
•
Dell 2007WFP
•
DELL 2405FPW
•
DELL U3011
•
Samsung 2243swx
•
Samsung 226BW
•
Samsung B2230
•
ViewSonic VX2835wm
C50LE Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1152 x 864 (at 75Hz only)
•
1280 x 800 (at 60Hz only)
•
1280 x 1024
•
1600 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
•
1680 x 1050
•
1920 x 1080 (at 60Hz only)
•
1920 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
R50LE Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1152 x 864 (at 75Hz only)
•
1280 x 800 (at 60Hz only)
•
1280 x 1024
•
1600 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
•
1680 x 1050 (at 60Hz only)
•
1920 x 1080 (at 60Hz only)
•
1920 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
X50c Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1280 x 720
•
1280 x 768
•
1366 x 768 (default)
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X50L Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1280 x 800
X50m Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1280 x 720
•
1280 x 768
•
1360 x 768
•
1366 x 768 (default)
Z50D and Z50S Supported Resolutions
•
800 x 600
•
1024 x 768
•
1152 x 864 (at 75Hz only)
•
1280 x 800 (at 60Hz only)
•
1280 x 1024
•
1600 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
•
1440 X 900 (clone and span modes with DVI and VGA Y cable at 60Hz only)
•
1680 x 1050 (VGA with DVI to VGA converter at 60Hz; clone and span modes with DVI
and VGA Y cable at 60Hz)
•
1920 x 1080 (at 60Hz only)
•
1920 x 1200 (at 60Hz only)
•
2048 x 1280 (VGA with DVI to VGA converter at 60Hz only)
•
2560 x 1600 (Display port at 60Hz only)
2
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.031
This section contains:
•
"Fixes"
•
"New Features"
•
"Upgrading"
•
"Known Issues"
•
"Software Information"
•
"Supported Platforms"
•
CIR51346: IP Address in System Information window contains wrong IP information.
•
CIR51886: Improve Linux HAgent to enable secure WDM device discovery.
•
CIR52127: Linux HAgent to discover WDM using DNS service record.
•
CIR53138: Primary DNS entry does not revert back correctly after VPN use.
•
CIR54842: Ability to disable TCX USB Smart Card Remotely.
•
CIR55667: C50LE locks up when printing within Firefox in Kiosk mode.
•
CIR55762: Screen flashes and Dual Monitors are displayed.
•
CIR56167: Need updated ELO Add-on for Wyse SLE v11.1.
•
CIR56568: Ability to control NUMLOCK through wlx.ini (EnableNumLock=yes/no).
•
CIR57562: R50L running SUSE 11 SP1 cannot connect to Cisco VPN.
•
CIR57186: Leaving the System Information dialog box open causes a memory leak.
Fixes
New Features
•
Image Updated with Latest Kernel Security Updates, and Other Latest Libraries
and Packages:
·
Kernel is updated to version: 2.6.32.29-0.3-pae.
·
Contains the latest X50C display driver IEGD 10.3.1811.
·
xorg-x11-server is updated to version: 7.4-27.30.1.i586.rpm.
·
xorg-x11-Xvnc is updated to version: 7.4-27.30.1.i586.rpm.
·
Flash player is updated to version: 10.1.102.64-0.1.1.
·
Firefox is updated to version: 3.6.13.
·
Contains the Google Chrome browser version: 10.0.648.127 with Connection
Manager interface Add-on: chrome_browser-1.0.0-.00.01.
·
Openssl and libopenssl are updated to version: 0.9.8h-30.30.1.
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·
JRE version: 1.6.0_24.
·
Flash-player-lite version: 10.2.153.1.
·
Acrobat Reader version: 9.4.1.
•
BIOS CMOS Upgrade Through Add-on and INI Files: This build has a separate
BIOS CMOS Add-on for each platform containing the respective platform’s latest BIOS
and CMOS images (X50C and C50LE are updated with the latest BIOS) this Add-on
can be installed through normal Add-on installation (Novell-addon-manager) and also
through Wyse Enhanced SLE INI Files.
•
Wyse RDP 7 Modifications:
•
·
RDP bi-directional sound support. Ability to enable the use of local audio devices
with remote applications is supported in Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Ultimate
and Windows Server 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop Services Role installed.
·
RDP NLA support.
·
Other minor bug fixes.
Notable GUI Redesign:
·
System Information dialog box. The System Information dialog box is redesigned to
show system information according to different information groups. It displays
network interfaces in a drop-down list and dynamically queries and refreshes the
GUI whenever a network interfaces state changes.
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·
User Administration dialog box. The User Administration dialog box is redesigned to
combine the previous Thin Client Users and Password applets into a single dialog
box.
·
Changes in NTP Tab of Device Settings: The Synch button was removed as it is no
longer needed; whenever NTP server entries are changed in the registry, the
registry On Change action will now automatically trigger the NTP Server Sync.
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Chapter 2
•
Support for Encoded INI File Password Fields for All Applications: This build does
not accept plain passwords in INI files; all passwords must be base64 encoded (log in
to the thin client, open XTerm, and then type regencode followed by the password in
plain text).
•
Wyse VDA Client Support for Wyse VDA Server v1.5: Wyse VDA Client v1.5 add-on
supports Wyse VDA Server v1.5.
•
ReadyMode Support for Wyse X50C Platform: With this build the Wyse X50C
provides support for ReadyMode functionality with BIOS: 1.0G. You can use
ReadyMode for easy login after thin client shut down. If the ReadyMode feature has
been enabled (select the ReadyMode check box or use DisableReadyMode=No in the
INI files - ReadyMode is disabled by default) and the thin client is shut down, the
session ends, the power button LED is put in a state of OFF, and the thin client is
placed in Standby mode to preserve power. Upon pressing the power button, the thin
client exits Standby mode, and immediately prompts the user with the login dialog box.
•
New Default Add-Ons in the Wyse Base Image:
•
•
•
·
Cisco AnyConnect-Linux Add-on.
·
VMware View Client is upgraded to version 4.6 (v4.6.0b366101).
Additional Add-Ons Available:
·
ELO_USB Touch Screen add-on.
·
XORG_SWCURSOR add-on (enables software cursor on Wyse R class devices).
Support for HAgent Auto Upgrades from WDM Server v 4.8.5: Auto upgrade for
device HAgent feature is supported in the SLED11SP1 and current SLED11SP1MR
builds.
Additional Changes in this Release:
·
DDC resolution is automatically set if no display setting is made in the INI files.
·
Thin client devices correctly prompt for password when auto-login is enabled.
·
Ericom PowerTerm correctly overrides the settings from the remote configuration
filename.
·
Proper unlocking for users occurs after changing the INI source option to Do not
use INI files in the GUI.
·
Mouse scrolling within an RDP session is properly consistent.
·
Minor fixes related to drive mapping issues for ICA PN Agent.
·
Encoding of all INI file passwords.
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•
Table 18
New and Modified INI Parameters in this Release (defaults in bold)
New and Modified INI Parameters
Parameter
Description
EnableNumLock={no, yes}
Yes/no option to enable the default state of
the numeric pad. If set to yes, the numeric
pad is activated, if set to no (default), the
numberic pad becomes the cursor control
pad.
NLA={no, yes}
(RDP Only) Yes/no option to enable Network
Level Authentication for RDP sessions.
TCXUSBDevice=<any description of your device>
[active={allow/deny}]
[class=<hexadecimal-number class value of your
device>]
[subclass=<hexadecimal-number subclass value of
your device>]
[protocol=<hexadecimal-number protocol value of
your device>]
[vendorid=<hexadecimal-number vendorid value of
your device>]
[productid=<hexadecimal-number productid value of
your device>]
String in the following format:
TCXUSBDevice=<any description of your
device> \
active={allow/deny} \
class=<value> \
subclass=<value> \
protocol=<value> \
vendorid=<value> \
productid=<value> \
NOTE:
Active=allow means allow USB access to be
redirected to the remote location.
Active=deny means keep the USB access
local.
Either class or vendorid/productid is required.
For example,
tcxusbdevice=BisonCam \
active=deny \
vendorid=5986 \
productid=0241 \
tcxusbdevice=Bluetooth \
active=deny \
class=0e \
subclass=01 \
protocol=01 \
vendorid=13d3 \
productid=3249 \
tcxusbdevice=Smart Card Devices \
active=deny \
class=0B
TCXUSBVirtualize={no, yes}
Yes/no option to enable TCX USB
virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.ActiveSync.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Active
Sync device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Audio.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Audio
device virtualization.
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Table 18
New and Modified INI Parameters, Continued
Parameter
Description
TCXUSBVirtualize.Communication.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB
Communication device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Composite.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB
Composite devices virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.DataInterface.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Data
Interface device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.HID.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB HID
device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.PalmSync.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Palm
Sync device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Printers.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Printers
virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Smartcard.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Smart
card device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.StillImaging.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Still
Imaging device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Storage.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Mass
Storage device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.VendorSpecific.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Vendor
Specific device virtualization.
TCXUSBVirtualize.Video.disable={no, yes}
Yes/no option to disable TCX USB Video
device virtualization.
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Upgrading
Upgrading steps are as follows (note that FTP upgrade options include no update, add-on
only, image only, and base image & add-on):
1. At the server side, extract the Image_Upgrade.zip file to your image upgrade server
(FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS).
2. At the client side, the image server details must be configured either through DHCP
Options or by manually entering the server address using the INI and Upgrade
Network Settings dialog box (Control Center > INI and Upgrade Settings applet).
For details, see Administrators Guide: Wyse® Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise
Release 11 SP1.
3. After configuring the server details on the client, reboot the client device.
For Delayed_Update Add-on Usage:
1. Install the Delayed_update add-on.
2. Enter the delayed update parameters into the FTP server path.
3. Reboot the client device.
4. After network connection, the delayed update parameters are downloaded to the client
device, and then the image and add-on updates from the FTP server are downloaded.
5. After the updates are downloaded, a package icon is displayed to indicate the
download is complete.
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Known Issues
•
TIR55625: X50C - RDP sessions disconnect while playing media files through TCX
Multimedia on Windows 2008 R2 or Windows 7.
•
TIR56840: Fiber link network card interface displays eth1.
•
TIR56844: Upon connecting to RemoteFX, the Windows Aero effect does not work.
•
TIR56894: Video - Junk lines and grey patches appear after opening any window
inside of an RDP session.
•
TIR56897: TCX USB redirection - If a Microsoft Web cam is connected while in an RDP
session (within 64-bit Windows XP Pro), an error message is displayed.
•
TIR57503: TCX Issue on Z50S/D - Windows Media Player volume control is not
functioning on a XenDesktop Windows 7 desktop.
•
TIR57506: Bootorder INI parameter setting fails.
•
TIR57575: Z50S/D hangs while playing Flash Player through Firefox Web browser.
•
TIR57680: Not able to connect to a virtual machine that has RemoteFX enabled.
•
TIR57698: ICA - When playing a media file (Mpeg1), if the Windows Media Player is
minimized and maximized the video display is lost.
•
TIR57718: R50LE - WLAN not connecting with a WUBR-507N(m)W adapter in build
11.1.029.
•
TIR57817: X50C - Device hangs with WLAN connectivity.
•
TIR57841: VMware View issue - Two mouse pointers are displayed when a PCoIP
session starts. One appears to be a local Wyse Linux Enhanced desktop pointer and
the second appears to be a WMware View session (windows) pointer.
•
TIR57842: The PowerButtonAction INI parameter functions properly, however, a dialog
box displays prompting the user for instructions.
•
TIR57882: X50L - WLAN disconnects after switching over to another access point
(roaming).
•
TIR58234: X50C: Synaptics driver crashes and causes Xserver to crash.
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.031
Software Information
This section contains:
•
"Build Details"
•
"BIOS Details"
Build Details
Table 19
C50LE Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
C50LE
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.031
Build File Name
11.1.031_C50LE_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
316764160 bytes
MD5
65225AB02492EB5E95E27E059519A4F8
Checksum32
860BE177
Localization
U.S.
Table 20
R50L and R50LE Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
R50L & R50LE
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.031
Build File Name
11.1.031_R50LE_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
775450624 bytes
MD5
34EB6BF3E176BAB1288361D58C33048F
Checksum32
47C104EF
Localization
U.S.
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Table 21
X50c Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
X50C
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.031
Build File Name
11.1.031_X50C_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
444985344 bytes
MD5
F7A377D9224C3E035CD0E204C2867ACC
Checksum32
609E97A6
Localization
U.S.
Table 22
X50L Build Details
Title
Description
Platform(s)
X50L
Version
1.4.1115
Build Number
11.1.031
Build File Name
11.1.031_X50L_merlin.exe
Size (Bytes)
316657664 bytes
MD5
DD85B0CF46BEBAD19D1F1755EA490871
Checksum32
84FD602D
Localization
U.S.
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BIOS Details
Steps to update the BIOS manually:
1. Unzip the BIOS file and copy the extracted folder onto a bootable USB flash drive.
2. Boot the device from the USB flash drive (most C class and R class device users can
also use the one time boot menu - press and hold the P key, select the USB drive
option that is displayed for your BIOS version, and then press Enter).
3. Change directory to the respective BIOS folder.
4. Run the f.bat file, and when completed, reboot the device.
5. Enter the CMOS setup again and press the F9 key to load default configurations.
6. (Optional) Restore the boot order accordingly.
7. Press the F10 key to save changes and exit.
Table 23
C50LE BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
C50LE
Version
1.0C_SPC-0407
File Name
1.0C_SPC.zip
Size (Bytes)
1198597 bytes
MD5 Check sum
41EA6A3FE4DFF6667D434D234EB066BE
Checksum32
92FC40C
Table 24
R50L and R50LE BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
R50L and R50LE
Version
1.3H_SPC-0T51
File Name
1.3H_SPC.zip
Size (Bytes)
777640 bytes
MD5 Check sum
9A419EFAD56821AC5FB760D5D3591548
Checksum32
5F3C539
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Table 25
X50c BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
X50C
Version
1.0G
File Name
1.0G.zip
Size (Bytes)
981641 bytes
MD5 Check sum
43A52C1237E522042BBB8DB54FF2F841
Checksum32
77529FD
Table 26
X50L BIOS Details
Title
Description
Platform
X50L
Version
1.2E-0516-0207
File Name
X50L-1.2E.zip
Size (Bytes)
36936 bytes
MD5 Check sum
36F3479E8061EDA391A2451D432D941B
Checksum32
4792BD
Release 11 SP1 Build 11.1.031
Supported Platforms
This section contains:
•
"Cloud Client Support"
•
"Software Compatibility"
•
"Wireless Security Support Details"
•
"Tested USB Peripherals"
•
"Smart Card Support"
Cloud Client Support
•
C50LE
•
R50L
•
R50LE
•
X50c
•
X50L
Software Compatibility
•
ThinPrint (ICA client only).
•
WDM 4.8 or later.
•
USB Firmware Tool 1.13.
•
Wyse TCX Suite 4.1.0.19 (see also "TCX Suite 4.1.0.19 Support Details").
TCX Suite 4.1.0.19 Support Details
TCX Multi-display supported operating systems and connections.
Table 27
TCX Multi-display Details
Operating System
TCX Multi-display
Connection Support
Windows XP Pro
SP3 (32-bit)
RDP
XenDesktop 4.0
XenDesktop 5.0
Windows XP Pro
SP3 (64-bit)
RDP
Windows Server
2003 (32-bit)
ICA
RDP
Windows Server
2003 (64-bit)
RDP
Windows Server
2008 Enterprise
without Hyper
(32-bit)
ICA
RDP
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Table 27
TCX Multi-display Details , Continued
Operating System
TCX Multi-display
Connection Support
Windows Server
2008 R2 64-bit
ICA
RDP
Windows 7 (32-bit)
XenDesktop 4.0
Windows 7 Ultimate
(32-bit)
RDP
Windows 7 (64-bit)
XenDesktop 5.0
TCX Rich Sound tested applications and features:
•
•
Applications tested:
·
Cisco IP Phone
·
IE Browser
·
Sound Recording and Playback
·
VLC Player
Features tested:
•
End-point peripherals (Analog and USB headsets)
•
Mixer capabilities
•
Playback & Recording
•
Soft and Hard phone validation
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Wireless Security Support Details
Wireless Security
Authentication
Inner Authentication
Connection Status
Smart Roaming
Booting with Wireless
Hidden SSID
Available to All Users
(SSID Broadcast-Enable)
Available to All Users
(SSID Broadcast-Disable)
Supported Wireless Security Details
Key Type
Table 28
No Security
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes1
WEP
Open
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Shared
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WPA Personal
TKIP
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
N/A
WPA2 Personal
CCMP
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WPA Enterprise
TKIP
EAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
N/A
PEAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
N/A
TLS
User Cert
CA Cert
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
N/A
LEAP
User Name
& Password
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
N/A
EAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PEAP
MSCHAPV2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
TLS
User Cert
CA Cert
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
WPA2 Enterprise
AES
1.Be sure to restart the Network Service or the device.
NOTE: To convert certificates from pfx format to pem format, complete the following (for
WPA2-AES / PEAP / MSCHAPv2, you must set the PEAP Version to Version 0):
1. Install Opensll-0.9.7c-bin.exe (or later) on Windows 2003 Server.
2. Copy the pfx file to C:\Program Files\GnuWin32\bin.
3. Run openssl.exe and enter the following command:
openssl pkcs12 -in tme2.pfx -out tme2.pem
4. !--- The command to be given, -in <inputfilename>.
Enter Import Password:
5. !--- Enter the password given previously.
MAC verified OK
Enter PEM pass phrase:
6. (Provide a new pass phrase) !--- Enter a phrase.
Verifying - Enter PEM pass phrase:
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Tested USB Peripherals
NOTE: By default all the USB devices are redirected.
Table 29
Tested USB Peripherals
USB Device Category
Models
Blackberry
8700
CD-ROM
Adonics CD-ROM drive
SVB CD-ROM
Floppy
Enter USB floppy drive
Iomega Floppy Drive
Sony Floppy Drive
Headset*
GN 2000
Logitech
Microsoft LifeCam
Plantronics (for RDP: BlackWire C420 and BlackWire C620; for ICA:
BlackWire C210, BlackWire C420, BlackWire C610, BlackWire C620,
DA60, and DA45)
Pen Drive
HP USB Pendrive (8GB)
Transcend USB Pendrive (2GB)
Verbatim USB Pendrive (1GB)
Printer**
Epson LX300+
HP Business Inkjet 1000
HP Laserjet 1320
Scanner
DocketPort 465
NOTE: For R class thin clients be sure to disable internal wireless).
Storage
Enter USB 2.0 All-in-1 Card Reader
SanDisk 12-in-1 Card Reader
USB to Parallel Printer
HP Laserjet 1320
Webcam
Logitech USB Webcam
Microsoft Webcam (for RDP, be sure to set the sound to remote in the
RDP configuration tab).
NOTE: For R class thin clients, be sure to disable internal wireless).
* Steps to use Analog/USB headsets locally:
1 - Disable TCX USB Virtualizer from Control Center > TCX USB Virtualizer Configuration
Utility (or only disable audio devices).
2 - Connect the Analog/USB headset to the client.
3 - Open Control Center > Audio Devices applet, and select the appropriate Analog/USB
headset, and then click OK.
4 - Establish a connection and play a media file.
** Steps to enable local printing:
1 - Open TCX Virtualizer applet in Control Center.
2 - On the Configuration tab, clear the Printers check box.
3 - Reboot the device.
4 - Log in and configure the printer locally.
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Smart Card Support
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ActivCard is supported with:
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ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server (NOTE: Middleware used for testing
ActivCard was ActivCard Gold Utility; reader used for testing was ActivCard USB
Reader v3.0).
Gemalto .NET Solutions is supported with:
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ICA and RDP clients on Windows 2003 Server.
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VMware View 4.5 client
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New and Modified INI Parameters 5
C50LE Build Details 8
R50L and R50LE Build Details 8
X50c Build Details 9
X50L Build Details 9
X50m Build Details 9
Z50D Build Details 10
Z50S Build Details 10
C50LE BIOS Details 11
R50L and R50LE BIOS Details 11
X50c BIOS Details 12
X50L BIOS Details 12
X50m BIOS Details 12
Z50D BIOS Details 13
Z50S BIOS Details 13
Supported Wireless Security Details 15
Tested USB Peripherals 16
New and Modified INI Parameters 25
C50LE Build Details 29
R50L and R50LE Build Details 29
X50c Build Details 30
X50L Build Details 30
C50LE BIOS Details 31
R50L and R50LE BIOS Details 31
X50c BIOS Details 32
X50L BIOS Details 32
TCX Multi-display Details 33
Supported Wireless Security Details 35
Tested USB Peripherals 36
Release Notes
Wyse® Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise
Issue: 122911
Written and published by:
Wyse Technology Inc., December 2011
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