Intel Pro Wireless Display User Guide

Intel Pro Wireless Display User Guide
Intel® Pro Wireless Display
Users Guide
Version 2.0
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Table of Contents
1
2
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
1.1
What is Intel® Pro WiDi? ...................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Intel® Pro WiDi versioning.................................................................................................................................. 4
1.3
Intel Pro WiDi Components .............................................................................................................................. 5
1.4
Intel Pro WiDi Connection Flow ...................................................................................................................... 6
Launching Intel Pro WiDi ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
3
4
Launching Intel Pro WiDi for the first time ................................................................................................ 7
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi .............................................................................................................................................. 8
3.1
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 7 ............................................................................................ 8
3.2
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 8.1 ......................................................................................11
3.3
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 10........................................................................................14
Intel® Pro WiDi Features & Capabilities ........................................................................................................................16
4.1
Connected Main Screen ....................................................................................................................................16
4.2
Present Tab ............................................................................................................................................................16
Duplicate or Extend mode.........................................................................................................16
Block others from presenting ..................................................................................................18
4.3
Manage Tab ............................................................................................................................................................19
Manage the display.......................................................................................................................19
5
6
Warnings / Notification Messages ..................................................................................................................................20
5.1
Disconnect Warning ...........................................................................................................................................20
5.2
Close Warning – Managing the Display .....................................................................................................20
5.3
Close Warning – When Presenting ..............................................................................................................21
5.4
No longer Connected .........................................................................................................................................21
Intel® Pro WiDi Settings .......................................................................................................................................................22
6.1
Application & Display Settings ......................................................................................................................22
Windows* 7: Application Settings .........................................................................................22
Windows* 8.1/10 : Application Settings .............................................................................23
Windows* 7: Display Settings ..................................................................................................24
Windows* 8.1/10: Display Settings .......................................................................................25
Appendix A. Contact Intel Support ..................................................................................................................................................................26
Appendix B. Reference Links ..............................................................................................................................................................................28
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1
Introduction
Welcome to the Intel Pro Wireless Display Users Guide. This guide is aimed for assisting users in using
the application and its features when conducting business in one or more conference rooms. The guide
contains walk-though instructions appropriate for a Business End-User to utilize Intel Pro Wireless
Display.
1.1
What is Intel® Pro WiDi?
Intel Pro Wireless Display, also referred as Pro WiDi, is part of Intel’s No Wires solutions. Innovative
wireless technologies powered by 4th, 5th and 6th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors are the
beginning of a better way to work for any size of Businesses and Enterprises.
It is estimated that employees spend at least 40 percent of their time at work in meetings and/ or in
work sessions using a monitor or display to share and collaborate 1, here is where Intel Pro WiDi - No
Wires Solution- contributes with its innovation, facilitating collaboration, removing the hassle of
connecting wires and dongles for projecting content to a conference room through a monitor or screen.
By removing the need to connect to a wire, Pro WiDi reduces the cost and complication of where to
place equipment when planning or remodeling conference rooms as well as there is no wasted time
when connecting laptops to a projector when ready to present.
Intel Pro WiDi has the following features:




1.2
Use of a secondary display with full 1080p and surround sound, specific to a business
environment.
Secured and private Pro WiDi sessions with the ability to operate in a dense wireless
environment.
Productive collaboration experience by enabling multiple attendees to connect and transition
to a display or monitor without having to change cables during presentations.
Remote management through the receiver device enabling IT to easily deploy, manage,
configure, group, customize, and push device firmware updates.
Intel® Pro WiDi versioning
This guide is written specifically for Intel Pro WiDi application version 6.0. Please refer to the Intel
download center to obtain the Intel Pro WiDi application. If uncertain what version of the application
or overall compatibility of your platform, please reference the Intel WiDi Compatibility Tool.
Details about configuration, requirements, and upgrades for Intel Pro WiDi are available in the Intel
Pro WiDi Implementation Guide.
1
Reference: No Wires Workspace Improves Business Productivity
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1.3
Intel Pro WiDi Components
The complete Intel Pro WiDi experience requires the following components:
1.
A compatible client Transmitter: PCs, laptops, tablets compatible with Intel Pro WiDi.
2.
The Intel WiDi application (software component), once installed in a compatible client Transmitter
(see above), it will create a shortcut in the desktop for quickly access.
3.
A receiver certified by Intel. There are two types of receivers, standalone or integrated.
Certified receivers in market today include Actiontec ScreenBeam* Pro Business Edition,
Actiontec ScreenBeam* Enterprise 950p, Lenovo Wireless Display adapter and the Panasonic
PT-VW350 Series.
Standalone or Integrated
NOTE: Certified receiver’s types and brands will be added as they come into the market.
4.
If using the standalone receiver, an external display or monitor is needed. If using the projector,
there is no need for the external display.
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1.4
Intel Pro WiDi Connection Flow
The Intel Pro WiDi connection sequence will vary slightly based on version of Microsoft Windows*, in
general, the connection flow with Intel Pro Wireless Display and PC Users is as follows:





Users launch the WiDi application in the laptop or PC
In the conference room, users identify the name of the wireless display receiver displayed on
the monitor
In the Pro WiDi window displayed on their PCs, users Connect to the wireless display receiver
by selecting the receiver name displayed in the conference room
Users choose to project via the Duplicate or Extend mode in the Pro WiDi application
When the Pro WiDi session has ended, users Disconnect from the wireless display receiver
User(s) walk into
conference room with
Intel ProWiDi displayed
In Windows* 7
See list of
receivers in
WiDi application
User(s) select receiver
to Connect to
In Windows* 8.1
Click Connect in
WiDi application
1st time: click on
Add a wireless
Display
In Windows*10
Click Connect
in WiDi
application
Pair needed? YES
First time PIN Pairing
User enters the PIN
displayed in monitor.
NO Pair needed
User(s) connect to the
wireless display, no one
is presenting yet (Ready
to Present Screen)
Ready to Present
Ready to
Note: When pair is needed only one connection is allowed at a given time
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2
Launching Intel Pro WiDi
2.1
Launching Intel Pro WiDi for the first time
The first time Intel Pro WiDi is launched on a PC, the Intel WiDi Software License Agreement, window
displays, by clicking on I Agree, the Intel Product Improvement Program window displays. This is an
opt-in anonymous usage data collection program for product improvement.
By default, the Yes I want to participate in the program option is checked. Select your choice and click
on Save to continue.
NOTE: these two windows only shows once, when Intel Pro WiDi is launched for the first time.
After the Intel WiDi application loads, one of the windows below will be displayed. Continue to the next
section to pair and connect accordingly to Windows* 7, 8.1 or 10.
Windows*7
Windows*8.1
Not Connected Screen
Windows*10
A pairing connection must be enabled to allow the wireless display receiver to be created and listed in
the PC. Pairing occurs to create the virtual display device on the windows client. The Pairing process
uses a secure Wifi Protect setup (WPS). Once pairing is complete, future connections will detect it
and will connect to them.
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3
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi
3.1
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 7
1.
Locate the shortcut icon for Pro WiDi or access the installed application in your Desktop (if not,
find it with windows explorer), click on it to launch the application.
2.
Intel Pro WiDi opens in the Connect to a wireless display screen. The application will
start to scan for available wireless display receivers. When the scan completes, it
displays a list of found receivers.
3.
In the Connect to a wireless display window you will see:
•
Wireless display receivers found ordered by signal strength
•
Icon shows relative signal strength
•
If number of receivers exceeds the viewable area, a scrollbar will appear on the
right side
•
Receivers will appear instantly as they are discovered
•
Receivers will disappear instantly if they become out of range
•
Help link: Accessing the help link automatically launches the Intel WiDi Help
window
Select the wireless display receiver you wish to connect to.
4.
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5.
On the monitor or display to connect to, there is an eight digit PIN displayed, the
Receiver name is also displayed at the lower left side of the screen.
PIN
Receiver Name
6.
7.
8.
In the laptop or PC, when prompted by the screen shown below, enter the PIN displayed on the
conference room monitor. The pairing sequence only takes place when connecting for the first
time with a specific receiver. Once paired, this window will not be displayed.
Enter the PIN displayed on the monitor and click on Connect.
Your PC will connect to the wireless display receiver.
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9.
The Connected to window will be displayed, you are now ready to present.
10. Click on Disconnect when you have finished the session.
Receiver Name
connected to
Disconnect to
end session
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3.2
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 8.1
1.
In your desktop or in the Windows *8.1 screen, locate the shortcut icon for Pro WiDi or access the
installed application, click on it to launch the application.
2.
Intel Pro WiDi opens in the Connect to a wireless display screen, to view the available wireless
display receivers, click on Connect.
3.
If this is the first time this PC is connecting to a specific receiver, the receiver will not be
displayed, click on Add a wireless display.
Add a wireless display
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4.
In the Add devices window, select the wireless display receiver you wish to connect to, in this
example, the Actiontec C6EB device is selected, the receiver name is shown in the monitor to
connect to.
5.
On the monitor or display to connect to, there is an eight digit PIN displayed to pair with, the
Receiver name is also displayed at the lower left side of the screen.
PIN
Receiver Name
6.
Enter the PIN of the receiver, once paired, this step will not have to be repeated.
7.
At the completion of the pairing process, the PC connects with the wireless display. You are now
ready to present.
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Disconnect to
end session
Receiver Name
connected to
8.
Click on Disconnect when you have finished the session.
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3.3
Connecting to Intel Pro WiDi in Windows* 10
1.
In your desktop or in the Program menu, locate the shortcut icon for Pro WiDi or access the
installed application, click on it to launch the application.
2.
Intel Pro WiDi opens in the Connect to a wireless display screen, to view the available wireless
display receivers, click on Connect.
3.
In the Connect window, select the wireless display receiver you wish to connect to, in this
example, the Actiontec C6EB device is selected, the receiver name is shown in the monitor to
connect to.
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4.
The monitor or screen shows the eight digit PIN, it also shows the receiver name displayed at the
lower left side of the screen.
PIN
Receiver Name
5.
Enter the PIN of the receiver, once paired, this step will not have to be repeated.
6.
You will be connected right away, you are now ready to present
Disconnect to
end session
Receiver Name
connected to
7.
Click on Disconnect when you have finished the session.
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4
Intel® Pro WiDi Features & Capabilities
Once connected to an Intel ProWiDi session, there are features and capabilities accessible through each
of the application windows, this section explains each of them.
4.1
Connected Main Screen
Once you have started a wireless display session the Connected screen displays, see below for available
capabilities:
Connect\Disconnect – click when ending session
Connection status and receiver name connected to
Presentation status – Ready / Presenting/ Presenter
Manage tab – Feature available only with a vPro device
Present tab - Select presenting mode (Duplicate or
Extend)
Present in Duplicate mode
Present in Extend mode
Block others from presenting
Help menu
4.2
Present Tab
Available capabilities shown in the Present tab are the following:
Duplicate or Extend mode
The default display setting upon the first connection of a wireless display session is to Duplicate the PC
screen. A similar experience occurs when physically connecting an external display to the PC.
Once connected, select Duplicate or Extend mode to present according to your needs:

Duplicate mode, mirrors the screen, duplicating the desktop onto the wireless display.

Extend mode, stretches the screen to increase the overall usable desktop space, giving the
option to display a selected application.
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4.2.1.1
Presenting in Duplicate mode
See below for the Pro WiDi window when presenting in Duplicate mode. In this case you are connected
to the receiver named BB07 and you are presenting. The Duplicate box changed to a lighter blue.
Click on Stop presenting when ready to stop
sharing your screen, it doesn’t disconnect you from
receiver.
Presentation status – In this session You are
Presenting
Presenting in Duplicate mode – the box changes to
a lighter blue color.
4.2.1.2
Presenting in Extend mode
When presenting in Extend Mode, the integrated WiDi remote appears, only applications selected via
the WiDi remote will appear on the extended display. In this case you are connected to the receiver
named 345B, you are also presenting and managing the display in Extend mode. The Extend box
changed to a lighter blue.
Presenting in Extend mode –
Option to display an application in
the extended display
Presentation status – In this
session You are Presenting and
You are managing the display
Presenting in Extend mode – the
box changes to a lighter blue color
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In the example below, the Store application has been selected to be presented in the extended
display, the monitor in the conference room will display only the selected application. Please note
that all the applications open in this client PC are displayed on the Other applications window.
The WiDi remote is especially useful with a touch-only device.
Block others from presenting
At any time, a participant can manage the session. The default session controls enable any participant
to share their screen based on who last clicked the Duplicate or Extend options. For increased control,
one user can block others from sharing their displays at will… and be able to delegate to a specific
participant.
This feature is enabled by selecting the box Block others from presenting, when enabled, other
meeting participants will see the status of the wireless display session and the display modes in a grey
colored boxes.
Presentation status
Using feature Block
others from
presenting
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4.3
Manage Tab
The Manage tab is only available when the PC is a vPro system. If non vPro, the Manage tab will not be
displayed.
vPro system
Non vPro system
Presenting with a vPro Client
Presenting with a non vPro Client
(No Manage tab)
Manage the display
When this box is unchecked, all participants can present at any time, no one manages the display.
When this box is checked, there is a meeting moderator. By selecting this option, the moderator keeps
control of who presents during the session, the meeting moderator selects the presenters and can take
back control of the display at any time
Presentation status
Managing Display
(Moderator)
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5
Warnings / Notification Messages
5.1
Disconnect Warning
This warning appears when you are presenting and managing the display as the moderator and click
the Disconnect link with one or more participants connected. Displays only on vPro systems, Windows*
7, 8.1 and 10.
5.2
Close Warning – Managing the Display
This warning appears when you are managing the display as a moderator and click the X to close Pro
WiDi with one or more participants connected. Displays only on vPro systems, Windows* 7, 8.1 and 10.
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5.3
Close Warning – When Presenting
This warning appears when you are actively presenting, and click the X to close Pro WiDi while
connected, in this case you are not the moderator. Displays in vPro and non-vPro systems, Windows*
7, 8.1 and 10.
5.4
No longer Connected
This warning appears when a user is “involuntarily” disconnected from a wireless display receiver.
Displays when a user disconnects via the Charms/Project or Action Center/Connect menu in Windows*
8.1 or 10 without clicking Disconnect in Pro WiDi. Upon clicking OK, if in Windows* 7 the application
will return to Connect Screen. If in Windows* 8.1 or 10 the application will return to the Not Connected
Screen. Displays in vPro and non-vPro systems.
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6
Intel® Pro WiDi Settings
6.1
Application & Display Settings
All settings are maintained to reflect either the default value or the user’s choice, no matter what type
of receiver a user connects to. To access the Application or Display Settings go to Settings and select
the tab you want to see.
Windows* 7: Application Settings
In the Application tab, you will see the following settings:
General:
Share application usage data with Intel to help improve our products
Default value is checked. Learn more contextual help link automatically launches the user’s
default browser and navigates to http://www.intel.com/privacy
Power:
Prevent my device’s display from turning off when connected to a wireless display
Default value is unchecked
Updates:
Automatically check for software updates when the Intel® WiDi application starts
Default value is checked
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Windows* 8.1/10 : Application Settings
In the Application tab, you will see the following settings:
General:
Display a notification when an Intel® WiDi connection is established
Default value is checked. Learn more contextual help link automatically launches Help
window and displays Help > Settings
Share application usage data with Intel to help improve our products
Default value is checked. Learn more contextual help link automatically launches the user’s
default browser and navigates to http://www.intel.com/privacy
Power:
Prevent my device’s display from turning off when connected to a wireless display
Default value is unchecked
Updates:
Automatically check for software updates when the Intel® WiDi application starts
Default value is checked
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Windows* 7: Display Settings
In the Display tab, you will see the following settings:
Performance:
Interactive/Speed mode - default value
Quality mode – Select for best for video
Cursor: Default value is checked for both checkboxes
Always show the arrow cursor on my wireless display - default value
Enable contextual cursor shapes for different applications - default value
Learn more - contextual help link automatically launches Help window and displays
Help then Settings.
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Windows* 8.1/10: Display Settings
In the Display tab, you will see the following settings:
Cursor: Default value is checked for both checkboxes
Always show the arrow cursor on my wireless display.
Enable contextual cursor shapes for different applications.
Learn more - contextual help link automatically launches Help window and displays Help
then Settings.
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Appendix A. Contact Intel Support
If you need assistance for Intel Pro Wireless Display (Pro WiDi), including released software or
products, a key resource is Intel Customer Support.
Intel Support can be reached at: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/contactsupport
When you access the support page, select your region and product. For Intel Wireless Display (WiDi/
Pro WiDi) please select Wireless Networking, they belong to this product family.
At the next prompt, select Intel Wireless Display Technology.
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The next prompt provides communications options.
An Intel representative will respond to the request via the selected preferred method.
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that changes and update to the software may occur without notice.
Please reference the latest software, drivers and documentation on the Intel Download Center website.
Please visit us at: https://downloadcenter.intel.com and search for Pro WiDi or visit
http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/wireless/wireless-display.
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Appendix B. Reference Links
The following is a compilation of the useful links mentioned in this guide for Intel® Pro Wireless
Display (Pro WiDi).
No Wires Workspace Improves Business Productivity reference:
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/collaboration/intel-dell-no-wires-workspace-video.html
Intel download center - Intel® Pro WiDi Software for Windows:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25153/Intel-Pro-WiDi-Software-for-Windows
Intel® WiDi Compatibility Tool: http://supportkb.intel.com/wireless/wirelessdisplay/templates/selfservice/intelwidi/#portal/1026/article/700100000023944/Intel-WiDiCompatibility-Tool
Actiontec ScreenBeam* Pro Business Edition Receiver: http://www.screenbeam.global/screenbeambusiness-edition/
Actiontec Enterprise 950p Receiver: http://www.screenbeam.global/screenbeam-enterprise-950p/
Panasonic Receiver PT-VW350 Series: https://www.panasonic.com/sg/corporate/news/article/ptvw350series.html
Lenovo Pro WiDi Adapter: https://support.lenovo.com/ca/en/documents/acc100248
Intel® vPro Technology: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-andtechnology/vpro/vpro-technology-general.html
Intel Support: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/contactsupport
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