RBT/TBT-1000 Manual V7 PDF

RBT/TBT-1000 Manual V7 PDF
10ZiG Technology Limited
RBT/TBT
ConfigurationGuide
RBT/TBT Configuration Guide
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January 14, 2010
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Description 5
Introduction To Configuration 5
Configuring The RBT/TBT
Configuring The RBT 9
Setup Wizard In Desktop Mode 9
Terminal Properties – General Tab 13
Terminal Properties – Networktab 14
Terminal Properties – Input Tab 23
Terminal Properties – Displaytab 27
Terminal Properties – Desktop Tab 29
Terminal Modality 29
Screen Appearance 35
For A Custom Wallpaper: 35
Background Color: 37
Desktop Properties 37
Terminal Properties - Firmware Tab 40
Terminal Properties - Printers Tab 45
Add A Local Printer: 46
Add A Network Printer 52
Terminal Properties - Control Panel Tab 58
RDP Global Settings 59
Network File System: 61
VNC Shadowing Configuration: 62
Client ICA - Global Settings 63
Preferences 63
Hot Keys 63
ICA Server Location 64
Firewall Settings 65
Devices 65
Sound Configuration 66
Java Cache 67
Date & Time 67
ICA PNAgent: - Citrix Program Neighborhood Agent 68
Connections Manager 69
TN5250e Display 70
Display Session Properties - Connection Tab 75
Display Session Properties - General Tab 77
Remapping The Keyboard 80
Display Session Properties - Attributes Tab 82
Display Session Properties - Keypad Tab 88
Display Session Properties - Advanced Tab 91
TN5250e Printer 92
Printer Session - Properties - Connection Tab 97
Printer Session - Properties - Input Tab 98
Printer Session - Properties - Output Tab 99
Printer Session - Properties - Hpt Tab 100
Printer Session - Properties - Advanced Tab 101
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Printer Session - Properties - Misc Tab 102
Citrix ICA Client 103
ICA Connection Configuration Name Tab 103
ICA Connection Configuration Server Tab 104
ICA Connection Configuration Applications Tab 105
ICA Connection Configuration Authentication Tab 106
ICA Connection Configuration Window Tab 106
ICA Connection Configuration Options Tab 107
ICA Connection Configuration Firewall Tab 107
Microsoft Remote Desktop Client 111
RDP Connection Configuration - Name Tab 111
RDP Connection Configuration - Server Tab 112
RDP Connection Configuration - Application Tab 113
RDP Connection Configuration - Logon Tab 114
RDP Connection Configuration - Window Tab 115
RDP Connection Configuration - Options Tab 118
Hot Key Combinations 121
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The RBT Series and TBT-1000 thin clients provides a powerful, simple, and affordable solution to
desktop computing. The RBT series and the TBT-1000 Ethernet terminals offer the very best TN5250e
and TN3270e emulation available for a LAN environment in a Windows-enabled text-based terminal.
10ZiG thin clients and terminals are simple to configure either locally or remotely using the 10ZiG
Manager, which enables the following tasks:
•Complete terminal configuration from a central location, including terminal emulation settings
•User lock-out from configuration changes, keeping the cost of ownership down
•Shadowing of the user's desktop
•Cloning of user environments
•Control over which applications can be run on a particular terminal
INTRODUCTION TO CONFIGURATION
RBT/TBT thin clients support five modes of operation:
•TBT Mode – Text Based Terminal
•Desktop – Windows XP look & feel (recommended!)
•WBT – Windows Based Terminal (supporting full-screen only)
•KIOSK – Restricted desktop that limits access to a specific connection.
•XDM - X Windows System
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CONFIGURING THE RBT/TBT
- Text Based Mode
Upon first boot the unit will display a progress bar with Press Spacebar To Enter Text Based Terminal
Mode displayed above it. If the spacebar is pressed at this time you will be taken to the QUICK
SETUP screen in TBT mode. The TBT-1000 will by default boot in Text Based Terminal mode.
QUICK SETUP: To navigate between fields on this screen you will use the TAB key. To change a
value in a field use the Page Up and Page Down keys on your keyboard.
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NETWORK:
Use DHCP: If you answer YES, the thin client will pull a DHCP address. If you answer NO, the
four fields below will need to be completed.
IP Address: If you answered NO to use DHCP, you will need to enter the IP address for this unit
in this field. If you answered YES to use DHCP, the IP address the unit has been assigned by the
DHCP server will be displayed.
Subnet Mask: If you answered NO to use DHCP, you will need to enter the Subnet Mask in this
field. If you answered Yes to use DHCP, the Subnet Mask the unit has been assigned by the
DHCP server will be displayed.
Default Gateway: If you answered NO to use DHCP, you will need to enter the IP address of your
default gateway. If you answered Yes to use DHCP, the default gateway the unit has been
assigned by the DHCP server will be displayed.
Primary DNS Server IP Address: If you answered NO to use DHCP, you will need to enter a
Primary DNS Server IP address if used. If you answered Yes to use DHCP, the Primary DNS
Server IP Address the unit has been assigned by the DHCP server will be displayed.
iSeries/AS400:
In this section you will enter information for your iSeries/AS/400 5250 sessions.
Sessions: This is where you can specify the number of display sessions needed. The RBT and
TBT support 8 5250 sessions in desktop mode. In TBT mode they support 4 display sessions and
1 printer session.
Device Name Prefix: This is the prefix that will be given to your 5250 sessions when created on
the iSeries/AS/400. The maximum number of characters is five. To complete the logical device
name, a sequence number is appended to the prefix name. This sequence number is unique
among all defined device instances using the same prefix name.
Keyboard Type: You can choose PC for a standard 101/104 key keyboard or Terminal for a 101/
104 key keyboard. Terminal will map the ENTER key to Field Exit and the Right CTRL key to
ENTER.
Keyboard Language: Used to set your keyboard language.
Host Name/IP: Enter the IP address of the iSeries/AS/400 or the DNS name of the iSeries/AS/
400. If entering a DNS name, the Primary DNS Server information is used.
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Printer: If there is a locally attached printer that will be used as a 5250 printer session, enter YES
and enter the printer name. Select the closest match printer driver listed.
To SAVE the changes in the QUICK SETUP screen press F3.
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CONFIGURING THE RBT
Setup Wizard in desktop mode
If the spacebar is not pressed during the bootup, the Setup Wizard will run.
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Once the configuration wizard has finished, configuration of Thin Client Linux terminal is accomplished
by launching the Terminal Configuration Utility from the main toolbar by selecting
(START) -Settings - Terminal Properties or by right clicking on the desktop and selecting Terminal
Properties..
The Terminal Configuration Utility is divided into a number of functionally distinct tab pages as
described in the following pages.
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Terminal Properties – General Tab
The General page displays the firmware revision as well as the Thin Client hardware configuration.
Checking the Restore the terminal parameters to factory default will reset all terminal parameters
to the default state. Upon rebooting the terminal the Terminal Configuration Setup Wizard will appear.
Factory defaults can also be reset from the terminal itself by pressing SHIFT-CTL-ALT F or from the
remote terminal manager by right clicking on the unit and selecting Special Functions - Factory Default.
Enable Fast Boot/Desktop Restore is enabled by default on the TBT-1000. This option causes the
TBT-1000 to suspend rather than turn off when the power button is pressed allowing quick recovery of
desktop.
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Terminal Properties – NetworkTab
The Network Configuration page allows the user to set the network specific parameters of the
Thin Client. If you have a DHCP server on your network, select the Obtain IP address from a
DHCP server option; this allows the network configuration to be performed automatically by a
DHCP server resident on your LAN. The information typically provided by the DHCP server
includes the IP address and gateway.
The terminal name can be changed by modifying the Terminal Name field.
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If you do not have a DHCP server on the network, the IP address and gateway must be set manually.
Access Advanced Parameters by clicking on the Advanced Parameters option.
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Advanced Parameters page allows for setting the DNS server to enable the browser to resolve
host addresses. This most likely would be used only when you set the IP address manually.
If Insert Static IP address is selected you will not see the DHCP Log File and DHCP Leases
options.
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The Host Table may be used to set the host table; this table associates IP addresses with logical
names.
A Hosts Table entry might be used for example to access a web page by domain name when a
DNS server is not accessible.
The Ping Function may be used to ping other terminals or servers on the network to verify the
network connection.
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Configure Wireless NIC
From the Terminal Properties Network tab select Advanced Parameters.
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The Wireless Parameters option does not appear unless the unit recognizes it has a wireless NIC.
Select Wireless Parameters
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Enter the Network Name (SSID)
To use WEP:
Check to Enable Crypting and select the WEP Encryption. Enter the Hex or ASCII Key configured
in the wireless router.
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Once configured correctly and connected to the network the signal strength will show on the
network tab.
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Terminal Properties – Input Tab
The Input configuration page allows the user to set the default keyboard layout, the mouse type,
and the default language for the terminal as shown in images below.
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Options for Keyboard Layout:
Enable numlock at startup is checked by default, to disable, uncheck.
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Mouse Type options below:
Mouse type must be selected correctly or the keyboard may not respond as expected. The default is
type PS/2. If no mouse is to be used, the No Mouse type must be selected by either using the remote
terminal manager to configure or by using a mouse, applying the change and then removing the
mouse.
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System Language options below:
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Terminal Properties – DisplayTab
The Display configuration page allows the user to control the parameters of the video display. The
Video Resolution drop down box displays the available resolutions and frequencies for the video
adapter. Whenever choosing a resolution / display frequency make sure to use the Test Video
Settings option to make sure this setting is viewable on your monitor.
The Screen Saver option controls the mode of the screen saver.
NOTE:
It is possible to set the thin client’s video resolution out of range for the monitor. A good indication of
this issue would be, after making the change, the unit boots to a blank black screen yet can be seen
and configured from the remote terminal manager. To resolve this issue, reset the factory defaults and
set the resolution to a frequency the monitor can support or change the resolution using the remote
terminal manager.
For additional parameters select the Advanced Parameters option.
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Enable Power Saving - DPMS is not supported in the RBT or TBT models.
To supply additional fonts to the unit, check the Enable Font Server box and enter the server IP and
port of the font server.
To access fonts available on an NFS font server, check the Enable NFS Fonts box and enter the
server IP and path information to access the NFS fonts.
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Terminal Properties – Desktop Tab
The Desktop configuration controls the layout and scheme for the users desktop.
Terminal Modality
There are five modes for the Window Manager, the WBT mode, the KIOSK mode, the Desktop
mode, the TBT Mode and the XDM mode. The WBT, or Windows Based Terminal mode, only
allows the user to launch predefined applications; these applications may include RDP, ICA, or
emulation sessions. The Desktop mode is similar to a traditional desktop on a Windows based
system; this mode provides a task bar, and a start menu similar to Windows 2000. The TBT mode
is text based only (dumb terminal). The XDM mode is used with an X Windows System. All
available programs loaded on the terminal are present on the start menu in this mode. Once the
configuration is complete, the Terminal Properties can be hidden using the Security Tab.
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Full Desktop mode, there are a number of features shown on the task bar which may be enabled
or disabled. These include the clock, the CPU load, the network load, and the virtual desktop.
Additionally the taskbar position may be at the bottom or right. The taskbar also has an auto hide
feature.
The WBT mode is suited for environments where administrators need to limit the flexibility of the
user interface.
KIOSK mode is a user restricted mode.
KIOSK Mode will limit the users access to a specific program. Example of kiosk mode using an
RDP session below:
Add a new Microsoft Remote Desktop Client
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From the connections manager highlight the RDP session and select startup.
Check Enable this connection as the Default connection and check Enable connection autostart.
You can also check Enable Automatic Reconnection which will automatically reconnect the
browser session if for any reason it should disconnect.
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In the Terminal Properties Security Tab, check to Hide the Connections Configuration Tab, check
to Require Password to Modify Configuration.
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From the Terminal Properties Desktop Tab, check KIOSK mode.
Terminal will reboot and immediate execute the RDP session.
TBT mode is for text based terminal - more like a dumb terminal.
XDM mode (in full, the X Window Display Manager) is the default display manager for the X
Window System The Remote Window Manager-XDM allows the terminal to obtain the desktop
remotely from another Unix or Linux system. This mode is essentially the Unix equivalent of RDP
or ICA. The IP address of the remote Unix system must be entered.
XDM would typically run on an application server, to permit users to logon and run applications
from that server. An XDM terminal is a machine with a network connection, keyboard, mouse and
monitor, configured to run the X Windows System to connect to an application server somewhere
on the network.
To use the XDM client, check Remote Window Manager - XDM - select the protocol and enter the
IP of the XDM server
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Full Desktop mode, there are a number of features shown on the task bar which may be enabled
or disabled. These include the clock, the CPU load, the network load, and the virtual desktop.
Additionally the taskbar position may be at the bottom or right. The taskbar also has an auto hide
feature.
When you select the Remote Window Manager - XDM Parameters are presented:
When you select the Remote Window Manager - XDM a warning is presented:
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Screen Appearance
For a custom wallpaper:
From the 10ZiG Manager, right click on the thin client and select Configuration - Edit.
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Click on the Add Configuration Icon.
Click on Display Settings and Select Add
You can import an image or use of the the standard images on the thin client.
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JPEG format is supported and file size must be < 50K.
Once you set the background on one terminal, you can "clone" it using the 10ZiG Manager.
Background Color:
The Desktop color option controls the color of the desktop background, the theme and wallpaper.
To change the desktop color, click on the color box and a grid of colors is presented. Click on the
desired color change.
Desktop Properties
IDesktop mode will give the most control in the look and feel of your desktop. To automatically
hide the taskbar, check Auto Hide under taskbar. Uncheck Show clock to keep the clock from
displaying on the taskbar. When a USB CD or USB Floppy is attached, check to show USB
devices on the desktop for the corresponding peripheral device.
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Hotkeys filter through opened sessions.
For example with the HotKeys set to Alt-Tab list the key function would filter through the 5250
sessions.
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Terminal Properties - Firmware Tab
The Firmware configuration allows the user to upgrade the Thin Client firmware from a Windows
machine on the LAN running the 10ZiG Manager. The IP address field should contain the IP
address of the Windows machine on the LAN running the remote terminal manager. The Port
number should be 8001 (port is 9999 when using the older BOSmanager). To list the available
firmware packages for upgrade, click the Get List button. If the terminal can contact the Windows
machine running the remote terminal manager, a list of packages will appear in the list box. You
may upgrade a single package by selecting the package in the list box and clicking the Upgrade
button. Selecting the Everything option in the list box will upgrade all packages.
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Note: Unless information is displayed in the Available column, it is not available to install.
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Terminal Properties - Security Tab
The Security configuration allows the administrator to control access to the various terminal
functions and configurations.
Selecting the Hide connections configuration Tab will hide the Terminal Connection
Configuration utility from the user.
The Allow Shadowing View Only and Allow Shadowing Full Control allows the administrator
to enable shadowing from the remote terminal manager - running on another Windows machine
on the LAN. Shadowing uses VNC client from the remote terminal manager to view or control the
terminal. This is useful if the administrator needs to remotely monitor the terminal activity, or take
full control of the terminal from a remote location.
The Require password to modify configuration allows the administrator to specify a password
in order to reconfigure the terminal. If this password has been set and then lost, a factory default
reset using SHIFT-CTL-ALT and F is the only option to clear it
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User Authentication is used to force a user to logon to the thin client locally with a password - the
option also allows for the user to modify the local password if selected. Remote Authentication
through Configuration Server is used for LDAP Windows domain login.
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Terminal Properties - Printers Tab
A local or network printer can be added for use in Citirx or RDP
NOTE: 5250 and 3270 Printer sessions are configured totally separate from the printer
configuration in Terminal Properties.Terminal Properties - Misc Tab
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Add a local printer:
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Add a Network Printer
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Terminal Properties - Control Panel Tab
The Control Panel configuration page allows the configuration of SNMP Agent Applet, RDP
Global Settings, Network File System, VNC Shadowing, ICA Global Settings, Sound
Configuration, Java Cache, Date & Time, Citrix XenApp Agent.
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RDP Global Settings
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Network File System:
NOTE: The Show ICON on desktop is not an option in the RBT/TBT. This option involves the use
of a browser which is not part of the RBT or TBT thin client.
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VNC Shadowing Configuration:
The default setting is to Show Accept/Reject DialogBox but with Auto Accept after 5 seconds. To
accept always and show no warning messages on the unit, select Accept Always.
A password can be assigned to the unit by selecting Protected Logon and completing the
password information.
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Client ICA - Global Settings
This area controls global settings for ICA sessions. This assists in setting some of the standard
settings for ICA clients to enable the same display settings, server settings, and/or firewall
settings.
Preferences
Hot Keys
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ICA Server Location
To add a Citrix server select add and enter the server name or IP.
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Firewall Settings
Devices
NOTE: USB Floppy and USB Flash are by default set to READ NO and Write NO, this will need to
be changed to YES to access this from CITRIX.
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Sound Configuration
The sound server is a daemon which runs on the terminal and receives and plays sound data from
a server on the network. We support 2 protocols and allow the user to specify a port.
This can be used with SGD or NXclient to have sound with the desktop.
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Java Cache
Check Enable Java applets permanent cache to enable Java cache management. To clear the
Java Cache, select the Clear Java Cache button.
NOTE: This feature is not supported on all models.
Date & Time
Check Enable Time Server RDATE/NTP and enter the time server full qualified domain name or
IP to use the time server or set the date and time manually.
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ICA PNAgent: - Citrix Program Neighborhood Agent
Settings
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CONNECTIONS MANAGER
To access the connections manager select Start -> Settings -> Connection Manager.
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TN5250e Display
Select Add and then scroll down to select TN5250e Display
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There are several options for the connection type in the drop down list - for the 5250 display
session select TN5250e Display.
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Enter the Host Name or IP address of the AS/400. Port Number is the default port for telnet. If this
is changed, the AS/400 must be configured to accept connections on the non-standard telnet port.
The connection name is the name of the session on the thin client and the device name is the
name of the device description on the AS/400
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The wizard will auto detect the attached keyboard. If a 10ZiG 122 keyboard is attached, it will
default to122 keys 10ZiG. If a standard 101/102 keyboard is attached it will default to 101 Terminal (right control = enter). For the enter key to be enter using a 101/102 keyboard, select 101 PC.
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The connection will appear in the connection manager and an ICON will be placed on the desktop
for the session
To modify the connection, highlight the connection name and select edit.
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Display Session Properties - Connection Tab
Connection tab allows for changes to the host name/IP address and the port number. Also allows
for session changes such as connection name, device name and device type. For advanced
options, select Advanced options....
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Enable Automatic reconnection - when enabled and the network connection is lost the unit
attempts to reconnect the session - this works best when the connection between the unit and the
host is local and does not go through a router.
Enabling Keep Alive each (sec) causes the unit to send a ping periodically to the AS/400 thus
keeping the connection alive even when the unit is idle. Depending on the router type you may
need to change the type to Telnet NOP. The AS/400 only supports Telnet NOP.
Bind local TCP port to fixed value is the port the telnet session communicates back to the unit. All
5250 session will by default communicate to the AS/400 on port 23.
Startup Macro: Do no check unless directed to do so by technical support.
Enable SSL encryption: Must be configured on the host system.
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Display Session Properties - General Tab
Allows for changes to Code Page, Keyboard Language, Keyboard Type, Cursor options, Ruler
options, Print Screen Configuration and other Miscellaneous options.
Font options are CM Terminal or Courier New
Cursor options are Blinking Block, Blinking Line, Non-Blinking Block, or Non-Blinking Underline.
Ruler options are Cross Ruler, Horizontal Ruler or Vertical Ruler.
Miscellaneous options can be turned on and off by checking or unchecking associated boxes.
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Printscreen menu option action determines if the print screen key can be set to Local Print, Print
through the Host or Function Disabled.
Printer type is limited to built in drivers, select the closest match. If in doubt, try Generic/Text Only
or use Host Print Transform.
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To edit the code page select edit to the right of Code Page.
Code page is the traditional IBM term used for a specific character encoding table: a mapping in
which a sequence of bits, usually a single octet representing integer values 0 through 255, is
associated with a specific character.
5250/3270 communication is encoded using EBCDIC. The code page is a lookup table which
converts EBCDIC to ASCII to display and/or print the data.
For printer sessions, sometimes the AS400 applications will send special EBCDIC characters to
control the printer. (i.e. - specifically for barcodes). In this case it may be necessary to modify the
transcode table to select the proper ASCII code required by the printer.
For instance an application may send an EBCDIC 'B0' as the start barcode command. By default
this is mapped to an ASCII 0x5e - '^'. Sometimes the barcode printer will require an ASCII 0x24 '$'. In this case you can edit the transcode table entry for EBCDIC 'B0' and change it from 0x5e to
0x24.
When editing the transcode table the vertical rows are the MSB of the EBCDIC code, while the
horizontal cols are the LSB of the EBCDIC code. So for EBCDIC 0xB0, go to the B0 row and the
00 column.
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Remapping the Keyboard
Select Edit to the right of the keyboard type to edit the keyboard.
To modify a key, select the key with the mouse. Action will change accordingly. Select Edit and
then change the action to the desired command.
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To create a non-destructive backspace use the action Host/Local Command - Character Backspace.
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Display Session Properties - Attributes Tab
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To change the column separator character select the Edit option to the right of the Column
Separator.
Display Session Properties - Hot Spot Tab
This option allows you to Add, Edit or Remove Hot spots.
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Example of hot spot designed to run a macro that signs the user off of the host:
Record a macro by selecting the red circular ICON. Type the commands for the macro and save
it. For this example a macro is recorded that types signoff and selects enter. Macro name is saved
as signoff.
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Hot Spot Key Word is TENZIG - the system name that is displayed in the upper right corner of the
display.
Text String is left blank.
Selected Action is Recorded Key Sequence.
Action is the name of the created Macro
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When signed on to the host, double click on TENZIG in the upper right hand of the screen and the
macro named signoff will run.
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Display Session Properties - Keypad Tab
This option allows to change the options on the keypad that can be displayed in a 5250 session
You can Add, Edit or Remove commands on the keypad buttons.
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Display Keyboard Pad displays at the bottom of the 5250 screen:
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Display Session Properties - Sign On Tab
Allows to bypass signon and enable encryped signon.
NOTE: QAUTOSIGN must be set to *VERIFY for this to work.
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Display Session Properties - Advanced Tab
Appearance - option allows to show menu and toolbar or hide it. Use the drop down Status Bar
type: to change the status bar.
For a 5250 session that looks more like a terminal session, uncheck “Show Menu and Toolbar”
and select “Classic” as the Status Bar type.
Security Configuration - option allows to enable or disable specific functions on the toolbar.
Host Device Connection - check to allow the use of a default host name if there is a device conflict
error.
Miscellaneous - do not change any of these options unless instructed to do so by a 10ZiG
technical support engineer.
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TN5250e Printer
To create a TN5250e printer session select add TN5250e printer and run through the wizard.
Enter the Host Name or IP of the host and the default port should be left at 23.
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Enter the connection name - the name to be associated with the printer session ICON and the
name displayed in the connection manager. Enter the Device Name which will be the printer name
on the host when created.
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Select the printer driver closest related to the attached printer.
If unsure of the printer driver, try Generic\Text Only and/or use Host Print Transform in the
Advanced tab.
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Upon completion of the wizard an ICON will be placed on the desktop and the printer session can
now be found in the Connections Manager window.
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To start a session on startup, highlight the session in the connection manager and select the
startup option at the bottom of the screen.
Enable this connection as the Default connection along with Enable connection autostart will
enable primary session when autostarting sessions.
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To make changes to the printer session, highlight the session and select Edit or right click on the
desktop ICON and select Properties. To delete a session highlight the session and select Delete.
Printer Session - Properties - Connection Tab
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Printer Session - Properties - Input Tab
Computer output reduction (COR) automatically takes standard reports on computer paper and
reduces them to fit on 8-1/2 by 11 inch paper. COR is designed to handle reports created at 66
lines per page and 132 print positions per line.
Changes the default page orientation to specify how to print a document on the workstation
printer. If the orientation is explicitly set by the eServer i5 or iSeries page setup code, the explicit
orientation is used.
Specify the compression percentage of the vertical line spacing to fit all the lines into the page.
The default value is 67%.
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Printer Session - Properties - Output Tab
The printer driver seen here will be the printer driver selected when the printer session wizard was
run.
The time-out is the time that is elapsed before we notify the host that the printer is offline and/or
unreachable.
For a locally attached printer, normally you want a smaller time-out. For a network printer, you
want something that allows for network delays, etc.
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Printer Session - Properties - HPT Tab
Some AS400 applications send "raw" sequences of commands to the printer - for instance to
create custom overlays when using PCL. These commands should not be interpreted by the
printer engine and are called hex passthru sequences. They are usually delimited by special
characters so the printer engine can pass the data directly to the printer.
The "special" delimiting sequences depend on the application and may / are different.
The other options are used to allow correct alignment when using passthru - again this varies from
application to application.
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Printer Session - Properties - Advanced Tab
To use Host Print Transform, set the printer driver in the Output Tab to Generic/Text Only.
Check the Enable Host Transform Option and set the printer type or to use a customized object,
set the printer to *WSCST and enter the Customizing Object Name and Customizing Object
Library in the area below.
NOTE: For best results try to use one of the included printer drivers and avoid using HPT.
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Printer Session - Properties - Misc Tab
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CITRIX ICA CLIENT
From the connections manager select add and choose Citrix ICA Client from the drop down list.
NOTE: Global ICA configuration and resources can be set prior to creating the ICA connection.
Global settings can be found in the Terminal Properties Misc Tab.
ICA Connection Configuration Name Tab
Enter the connection name - name that will be displayed with the desktop ICON and in the
connections manager.
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ICA Connection Configuration Server Tab
Enter the Citrix Server Name or enter the Published Application.
Select Server Location to set multiple locations of Citrix servers.
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Add or Delete server information.
ICA Connection Configuration Applications Tab
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ICA Connection Configuration Authentication Tab
ICA Connection Configuration Window Tab
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ICA Connection Configuration Options Tab
ICA Connection Configuration Firewall Tab
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An ICON will be created on the desktop.
Double click ICON to start CITRIX session or from the connection manager highlight the session
and select connect.
The citrix server will present a log on screen unless valid information was supplied prior in the
authentication tab.
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Credentials will be verified and if passed successfully, the Citrix Session will be presented.
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To close the session when minimized, right click on session in taskbar and select close. A message confirming the close will be presented.
To close the session from the start button on the Citrix Desktop, take the option to Disconnect/
Logoff.
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Microsoft Remote Desktop Client
Select to add a new connection type.
RDP Connection Configuration - Name Tab
Enter the connection Name - name associated with ICON and displayed in connection manager
and the server name or IP.
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RDP Connection Configuration - Server Tab
Enter the server or published application name or IP.
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RDP Connection Configuration - Application Tab
Insert the command line and working directory of the application to run. Leave the fields empty to
run the Terminal Server desktop.
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RDP Connection Configuration - Logon Tab
Enter Logon information for user
To be prompted for Logon information when the connection is started leave this area blank.
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RDP Connection Configuration - Window Tab
Enter the RDP session desktop settings.
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Window Size:
Full Screen mode takes up the entire screen. The look and feel is that the RDP session is your
desktop with no task bar from the thin client itself.
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Maximized mode maximizes the RDP desktop but leaves the thin client toolbar visible underneath
it.
NOTE: The greater the color depth, the more bandwidth the connection will use.
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RDP Connection Configuration - Options Tab
Use this area to connect local devices to the RDP session.
An ICON will be created on the desktop and a connection will be added to the connection
manager.
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Double click the ICON to start the RDP session or select the session in the connection manager
and select connect.
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Log On to Windows with proper credentials to get the RDP desktop.
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Hot Key Combinations
Function
Hot Key Combination
Function
Hot Key Combination
About
Alt+V
Session Disconnect
Ctrl+F4
Attributes Display
Ctrl+A
Setup
Ctrl+F2
Close All
Ctrl+F6
Split Screen: activate
Copy
Ctrl+C
Alt+Ctrl+
Insert
Split Screen: switch
between screens
Alt+Ctrl+
Cursor Up *
Copy All
Ctrl+5
Exit
Ctrl+F5
Keyboard Help
Ctrl+F1
Switch to next 5250 session Alt+PgUp *
Launch Connect’n
Manager
Ctrl+Alt+End
Switch to next open
application
Ctrl+Alt+Up Arrow
Next Session
Ctrl+S
Paste
Ctrl+V
Switch to previous open
application
Ctrl+Alt+
Down Arrow
Pause Macro
Alt+F3
Terminal Properties
Shift+F2
Play Macro
Alt+F5
View Hotspot
Ctrl+H
Quit
Ctrl+Alt
View Keypad
Ctrl+K
Record Macro
Alt+F4
View Ruler
Ctrl+Home
Session Connect
Ctrl+F3
* On 122-key keyboards, use Alt+Jump
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Client Side Software
RBT-366, RBT-466, TBT1000
OS
Linux Kernel 2.6.
Terminal
Emulation
TN5250e and TN3270e
Emulator, with GUI and
hot spots; Telnet with
SSH, VT100, Wyse 60
Embedded
Applications
N/A
Connectivity
Remote Desktop Protocol
(RDP) and Citrix
Independent Computing
Architecture (ICA)
Local Config.
Terminal/Session Config.
Server Side Software
RBT-366; RBT-466; TBT1000
Operating
System
Microsoft Windows 2000
server
Microsoft Windows 2003
server
Microsoft Windows NT
Terminal Server Edition
Citrix MetaFrame
Citrix Winframe.
Management
Tools
Remote Administrator
Wake on LAN
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A
Advanced Display Parameters 27
Advanced Tab - Display 91
Advanced Tab - Printer 101
Attributes Tab - Display 82
Automatic Reconnection 76
B
Background Color 37
Bind local TCP Port 76
C
Citrix ICA Client 103
Client ICA - Global Settings 63
Code Page 77, 79
Column Separator 83
Connection Tab - Display 75
Connection Tab - Printer 97
Control Panel 58
Cursor Options 77
custom wallpaper 35
D
Date & Time 67
Default Gateway 7
Default Keyboard 23
Desktop Mode 29
Desktop Properties 37
Device Conflict Error 91
Device Name 72
Device Name - Printer 93
Device Name Prefix 7
DHCP 7
F
Factory Defaults 13
Firmware 40
Font Server 28
G
General Tab - Display 77
H
Hide Connections Configuration Tab 44
Hide Menu 91
Host Name/IP 7
Host Print Transform - HPT 100
Host Table 17
Hot Key 121
Hot Spot Tab - Display 83
Hotkeys Filter 39
Index
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I
ICA Connection Configuration Applications Tab 105
ICA Connection Configuration Authentication Tab 106
ICA Connection Configuration Firewall Tab 107
ICA Connection Configuration Name Tab 103
ICA Connection Configuration Options Tab 107
ICA Connection Configuration Window Tab 106
ICA Connection Server Tab 104
ICA PNAgent 68
Input Tab - Printer 98
IP Address 7
J
Java Cache 67
K
Keep Alive 76
Keyboard Language 7, 77
Keyboard Type 7, 73, 77
Keypad Tab - Display 88
KIOSK Mode 29
M
Maximized Mode - RDP 117
Microsoft Remote Desktop Client 111
Misc Tab - Printer 102
Miscellaneous options 77
Modify Configuration 44
Modify Connection 74
Mouse 25
Mouse Type 25
N
NFS Font Server 28
non-destructive backspace 81
Numlock 24
O
Output Tab - Printer 99
P
Ping Function 17
Primary DNS Server IP Address 7
Print Screen Configuration 77
Print-Screen Configuration 78
Q
Quick Setup 6
R
RDP Connection Configuration - Application Tab 113
RDP Connection Configuration - Logon Tab 114
RDP Connection Configuration - Name Tab 111
RDP Connection Configuration - Options Tab 118
RDP Connection Configuration - Server Tab 112
RDP Connection Configuration - Window Tab 115
Remapping the Keyboard 80
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Ruler Options 77
S
Screen Saver 27
Security 44
Security Configuration - Display 91
Sessions 7
Setup Wizard 9
Shadowing 44
Show Menu 91
Sound Configuration 66
SSID 21
SSL Encryption 76
Startup Macro 76
Startup Options 96
Static IP 16
Subnet Mask 7
System Language 26
T
TBT Mode 29
Terminal Configuration Utility 12
Terminal Modality 29
Terminal Name 14
Terminal Properties - Desktop Tab 29
Terminal Properties - DisplayTab 27
Terminal Properties - General Tab 13
Terminal Properties - Input Tab 23
Terminal Properties - NetworkTab 14
Text Based Mode 6
Timeout - Printer 99
TN5250e Display 70
TN5250e Printer 92
U
User Authentication 44
V
Video Resolution 27
Video Resolution Out Of Range 27
VNC Shadowing Configuration 62
W
WBT Mode 29
WEP 21
Window Size - RDP 116
Wireless NIC 19
X
XDM Mode 29
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