Topics Covered:
Mobile Thin Client Solution
Atrust mt168W
for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
Setup and Maintenance
Basics as an Endpoint Device in VDI
Atrust Client Setup Console
User’s manual
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Copyright and Trademark Statements
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This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. No part of this document may be
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Corp.
Disclaimer
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this document, and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any
particular purpose. Atrust is not liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. The information
in this document is subject to change without notice.
Trademark Statements
Atrust is a trademark of Atrust Computer Corp.
Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, RemoteFX, and MultiPoint are trademarks or registered trademarks of the
Microsoft group of companies.
Citrix, ICA, XenApp, XenDesktop, and VDI-in-a-Box are trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc. and/or one or more of its
subsidiaries, and may be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries.
VMware, VMware View, and VMware Horizon View are trademarks or registered trademarks of the VMware, Inc.
PCoIP is a registered trademark of Teradici Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Other product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks and/or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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About This User’s Manual
This manual provides detailed instructions on how to set up, use, and maintain Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
Manual Structure and Subjects
Chapter
Subject
1
Provides an overview of Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
2
Provides detailed instructions on how to set up Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
3
Provides the basics of how to use Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
4
Provides instructions on how to configure client settings and customize Atrust mt168W
mobile thin clients with the Atrust Client Setup console.
Appendices
Specifications
Provides supplementary instructions on the maintenance and upgrade of
Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
Provides detailed information on key components of Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients.
Notes, Tips, and Warnings
Throughout this manual, the notes, tips, and warnings in the following formats are used to provide important
information, useful advice, and prevent injuries to you, damage to your devices, or loss of data on your system.
NOTE
• A note provides important information for a specific situation.
TIP
• A tip gives a piece of useful advice to perform a task more efficiently.
WARNING
• A warning provides crucial information that must be followed to prevent injuries to
you, damage to your devices, or loss of data on your system.


Style Conventions
The following styles are used throughout this manual while referring to operational items on input devices,
hardware panels, or application interfaces.
Item
Style
Example
keys on the keyboard
bold
Ctrl + Alt + Pause, Ctrl + Alt, Alt + Tab
application windows or
entry lists
first letter
capitalized
ICA Connection list, RDP Connection list, View Connection list
buttons or tabs on a
window, toolbars, taskbar,
or menu
bold
OK, Next, Save, Applications tab
options on a window,
screen, list, or menu
bold
Start the following program on connection, Remote Desktop
Services, Better Appearance (32-bit), Web Logon
selecting a series of options
bold
Applications > Citrix ICA, Applications > Remote Desktop,
Applications > VMware View, System > UWF
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Regulatory Statement
Federal Communications Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20 cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.


Regulatory Information
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive
In the European Union, this symbol indicates that this product should not be disposed of with
household waste. It should be deposited at an appropriate facility to enable recovery and recycling. For
proper disposal, please contact your local recycling or hazardous waste center.
Safety Information
WARNING
• Use only power supplies listed in the user instructions.
WARNING
• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING
• For safety, do not make mechanical or electrical modifications to the equipment.
• Do not remove equipment covers and access any of the components inside the
equipment. Any access inside the equipment without an authorized or certified
technician may cause serious injuries and damage. For any problem, contact your
dealer for assistance.
• You should only make repairs as authorized by the product documentation.
Repairs, replacement, expansion, and upgrades not performed by a certified service
technician may cause injuries to you, damage your system, and void your warranty.
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Table of Contents
Copyright and Trademark Statements i
Disclaimer i
Trademark Statements i
About This User’s Manual ii
Manual Structure and Subjects Notes, Tips, and Warnings Style Conventions iii
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Safety and Regulatory Information iv
Regulatory Statement iv
Regulatory Information v
Safety Information v
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Overview 1
1.1
Introduction 3
1.2
Features 1.3
Package Contents 3
1.4
Exterior Views 4
1.5
Exterior Components 5
1.6
Before Getting Started 10
1.7
Service Access with your mt168W 11
3
Setting Up Your mt168W 13
2.1
About the AC Adapter 15
2.2
Charging Your Lithium-ion Battery 15
2.3
Setting Up Your mt168W 16
Getting Started 17
3.1
Standard Shortcuts 19
3.2
Accessing Citrix Services 3.3
Accessing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services 3.4
Accessing VMware View and Horizon View Services 20
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Configuring Client Settings 31
4.1
Atrust Client Setup 33
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
Interface Overview 33
Client Settings at a Glance 34
Configuring System Settings 4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
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System Tab Overview 35
Available Settings at a Glance 36
Securing the Access to Atrust Client Setup 37
Configuring Shadow Settings for Remote Assistance Updating Firmware from the Management Computer 38
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4.2.6
4.2.7
4.2.8
4.2.9
4.2.10
4.2.11
4.3
Configuring External Device Settings 4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
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Devices Tab Overview 56
Available Settings at a Glance 56
Configuring Settings for USB Storage Devices 57
Disabling or Enabling Attached Audio Devices 58
Configuring User Interface Settings 59
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
Taking Snapshots for Mass Deployment or System Recovery Deploying Systems with a Created Snapshot 43
Restoring Systems with a Created Snapshot 46
Enabling or Disabling the Appliance Mode 49
Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter) 53
Enabling or Disabling Auto Registration 55
User Interface Tab Overview 59
Available Settings at a Glance 59
Configuring the Display of Standard Desktop Shortcuts for Quick Access Configuring the Num Lock Mode 61
Configuring Service Access Settings 4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
4.5.10
4.5.11
4.5.12
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Applications Tab Overview 62
Available Settings at a Glance 63
Configuring Basic RDP Connection Settings 64
Accessing Remote Desktop Services 71
Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings Configuring Basic ICA Connection Settings 89
Accessing Citrix Services 97
Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings Configuring Basic VMware View Connection Settings Accessing VMware View or Horizon View Services Configuring Advanced View Connection Settings Configuring Web Browser Settings 118
Appendices121
A.1
Resetting Your mt168W
A.2
Updating Firmware for Your mt168W124
Specifications 127
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Overview
This chapter provides an overview of Atrust mt168W.
1.1 Introduction
Desktop virtualization and simple endpoint devices
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1.2 Features
Key features of Atrust mt168W
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1.3 Package Contents
Check your package contents
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1.4 Exterior Views
Exterior design of Atrust mt168W
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1.5 Exterior Components
Exterior components of Atrust mt168W
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1.6 Before Getting Started
About UWF (Unified Write Filter)
About the default user accounts
About the behavior of the system startup
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1.7 Service Access with your mt168W
Standard and customized desktop shortcuts
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Overview
Introduction
1.1 Introduction
Desktop virtualization provides a new perspective to reconsider the design and implementation of an IT
infrastructure. In a desktop virtualization infrastructure, a station is no longer a cumbersome desktop, but simply
an endpoint device for users to access delivery services from the server(s).
With the introduction of the desktop virtualization technologies, you can considerably benefit from:
• On-demand applications/desktops
• Centralized management of work environments
• Drastically reduced endpoint software/hardware issues
• Simplified system maintenance and improved system security
• More scalability with low-cost endpoint devices
1.2 Features
The key features of Atrust mt168W mobile thin clients are:
• Built-in Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n and Ethernet network interface
• Support for a wide range of desktop virtualization solutions from industry-leading companies:
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Microsoft® Remote Desktop
Citrix® XenApp™, XenDesktop®, and VDI-in-a-Box™
VMware® View™ and Horizon View™
• Support for high-definition technologies
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⪧⪧
Microsoft® RemoteFX®
Citrix® HDX™
VMware® View™ PCoIP®
• Simple click-access to various applications/desktops
• Built-in Atrust Client Setup as the local client management console
1.3 Package Contents
Please check your package contents. Ensure that all of the items are present in your package. If any items are
missing or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately.
Atrust mt168W
AC adapter
Battery
Quick Start Guide
NOTE: Your package may not contain a hard copy of the Quick Start Guide.
In this case, a soft copy in PDF format will be provided.
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Exterior Views
1.4 Exterior Views
Front View
Left View
Right View
Bottom View and Battery
Overview
Exterior Components
1.5 Exterior Components
Display and Base Components
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No.
Sign
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Component
Description
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LCD display
Built-in display for visual output.
2
Microphone
Built-in microphone for audio input.
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Keyboard
Built-in keyboard for control and input.
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Power button
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Touchpad
Built-in pointing device for control and input.
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Speaker
Built-in speakers for audio output.
• Press to power on / shut down the mobile thin client.
• Press to resume from the System Sleep mode (Orange LED).
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Overview
Exterior Components
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No.
Sign
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A
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Component
Description
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Bluetooth LED
Glows blue when Bluetooth is enabled (not supported).
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Wi-Fi LED
Glows blue when Wi-Fi is enabled.
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Sleep Mode LED
Glows orange when the system is in Sleep mode.
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Battery LED
Glows orange when the battery is being charged.
Glows blue when the battery is fully charged.
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Storage LED
Glows blue when flash memory is being accessed.
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Num Lock LED
Glows blue when Num Lock is enabled.
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A
Caps Lock LED
Glows blue when Caps Lock is enabled.
Scroll Lock LED
Glows blue when Scroll Lock is enabled.
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Overview
Exterior Components
Fn Key Combinations
With the combination of Fn
plus another specific key (with one printed blue symbol on it), you can quickly
adjust hardware settings to suit your needs.
NOTE
• To use an Fn key combination, press and hold Fn, and then press another key.
Combination Description
Combination Description
Use to enable / disable Num Lock mode.
Use to switch the use of displays.
Num Lock Mode: allows to enter digits
and symbols using Fn key combinations.
Use to enable / disable the touchpad.
Use to enable / disable Scroll Lock mode.
Scroll Lock Mode: allows to scroll
through the screen with arrow keys.
Use to define the custom action.
This is not supported by your model.
Use to increase the brightness of
the LCD display.
Use to enable / disable the ECO mode.
ECO Mode: turns off LCD to save power
Use to decrease the brightness of
the LCD display.
Webcam is not supported by your model.
Use to decrease the volume of sound.
Use to enable / disable the Flight mode.
Flight Mode: disabled wireless module
Use to increase the volume of sound.
Use to enter the System Sleep mode.
Press the Power button or any key on the
keyboard to exit.
Combination
Use to mute / unmute the sound.
Description
Use to type in the desired digit or symbol.
NOTE: You must enable the Num Lock mode first.
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Exterior Components
Left and Right Side Components
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No.
Sign
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Component
Description
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DC IN
Connects to an AC adapter.
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VGA port
Connects to an external display.
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USB port (USB 3.0)
Connects to a USB device.
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Headphone port
Connects to a set of headphones or a speaker system.
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Microphone port
Connects to a microphone.
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USB port (USB 2.0)
Connects to a USB device.
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LAN port
Connects to a network.
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Kensington security slot
Connects a Kensington cable to secure the mobile thin client.
Overview
Exterior Components
Bottom Components
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No.
Sign
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Component
Description
Lithium-ion battery
Supplies the mobile thin client with the power when an external
power source is not available.
Unlocks the battery by sliding and holding left.
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RELEASE
Left battery latch
NOTE: To remove the battery, use the right battery latch to
unlock the battery, and then slide left and hold this latch
to remove the battery.
Locks / Unlocks the battery by sliding left / right.
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UNLOCK
Right battery latch
NOTE: To remove the battery, use this latch to unlock the
battery, and then slide left and hold the left battery latch
to remove the battery.
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Before Getting Started
1.6 Before Getting Started
About UWF (Unified Write Filter)
Before getting started on client configuration through the Atrust Client Setup console or through the Windows
10 IoT Enterprise operating system, please note that in a session any changes to the system will not be kept by
default after the system restart. This is due to a special feature called UWF (Unified Write Filter) in your Windows
Embedded-based system.
By default, your mt168W is UWF-enabled. Unified Write Filter (UWF) is a sector-based write filter intercepting all
write attempts to a protected volume and redirecting those write attempts to a virtual overlay. With UWF, all system
changes will only affect the session where the changes are made. After restart, all changes will be discarded.
You can change the default via the Atrust Client Setup console. It’s strongly recommended that you read the related
section in this user’s manual first before making any changes to your system.
WARNING
• Please read the following section FIRST before making any changes to your system:
“4.2.10 Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter)” on page 53.
NOTE
• As a thin client device, your mt168W is mainly for access to remote or virtual
desktops on servers. With the limited and protected (UWF-enabled) hard disk space,
it’s not recommended to save data on your mt168W. Instead, you can use storage
spaces over remote / virtual desktops, removable storage devices, or networks.
• In case that you need to copy a file to the protected volume, ensure that its size is
smaller than the free memory (overlay) space. Otherwise, your system may have
unexpected results or become unresponsive.
About Default User Accounts
There are two default user accounts for your Windows 10 IoT Enterprise-based system: one is the standard, the other
administrative. The default credentials are shown as follows:
Type
Account Name
Password
Administrator
Administrator
Atrustadmin
Standard user
User
Atrustuser
NOTE
• The passwords are case sensitive.
About the Behavior of System Startup
Every time when the system is started up, it will automatically log in to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise operating
system using the default standard user account as indicated in the preceding table about default user accounts.
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Service Access with your mt168W
1.7 Service Access with your mt168W
With Atrust mt168W, you can simply access desktop virtualization solutions from Microsoft, Citrix, and VMware, by
mouse-clicking. Two types of access shortcuts are available: standard and customized. The former is available on the
desktop of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise by default; the latter can be created and customized through the Atrust Client
Setup console.
Standard Desktop Shortcuts
You can find the instructions on how to use standard desktop shortcuts to access on-demand applications or
desktops in chapter 3 “Getting Started” on page 17 or in the Quick Start Guide for mt168W.
Customized Desktop Shortcuts
You can find the instructions on how to create and customize access shortcuts in chapter 4 “Configuring Client
Settings” on page 31.
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Setting Up Your mt168W
This chapter provides detailed instructions on how to set up
your mt168W mobile thin client.
2.1 About the AC Adapter
Information on the use of the AC adapter
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2.2 Charging Your Lithium-ion Battery
How to charge your lithium-ion battery
(Recommended for first time use)
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2.3 Setting Up Your mt168W
How to set up your mt168W
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Setting Up Your mt168W
About the AC Adapter
2.1 About the AC Adapter
To use the supplied AC adapter, please do the following:
1. Unpack your mt168W package, and then take out the AC adapter and its detached power cord.
2. Attach the power cord to the AC adapter to assemble your AC adapter.
2.2 Charging Your Lithium-ion Battery
NOTE
• For the first time use, it’s recommended to charge your Lithium-ion battery first.
To charge your lithium-ion battery, please do the following:
1. Slide the battery into the battery compartment until it clicks into place, and then Slide left the right battery
latch to lock the battery securely.
UNLOCK
Slide left completely to
ensure the battery is
securely locked.
2. Attach the DC plug of the AC adapter to your mt168W, and then connect the AC plug of the adapter
to a power outlet.
3. The Battery LED glows orange while the battery is being charged.
4. On completion, the Battery LED glows blue.
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Setting Up Your mt168W
2.3 Setting Up Your mt168W
To set up your mt168W, please do the following:
1. Use the AC adapter or the Lithium-ion battery as the power source:
• To use the AC adapter, attach its DC plug to your mt168W, and connect its AC plug to a power outlet.
• To use the Lithium-ion battery, slide it into the battery compartment until it clicks into place, and then
slide left the right battery latch to lock the battery securely.
UNLOCK
Slide left completely to
ensure the battery is
securely locked.
2. Connect the LAN port to your local network with an Ethernet cable or set up a wireless connection later.
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Getting Started
This chapter provides the basics of how to use your mt168W.
3.1 Standard Shortcuts
Default shortcuts on the
local (Windows 10 IoT Enterprise) desktop
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3.2 Accessing Citrix Services
How to access Citrix services
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3.3 Accessing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
How to access Microsoft Remote Desktop services
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3.4 Accessing VMware View and Horizon View Services
How to access VMware View and Horizon View services
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Getting Started
Standard Shortcuts
3.1 Standard Shortcuts
You can access virtual desktop or application services simply through standard shortcuts available on the desktop.
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3
No.
Shortcuts
Description
See
Double click to access Citrix services.
NOTE: If the secure network connection is not implemented in your
Citrix environment, you might not be able to access Citrix
services through Citrix Receiver of this new version. Alternatively,
Citrix allows service access simply through a Web browser. Try to
use the built-in Internet Explorer if you have problems with Citrix
Receiver (refer to instructions in this chapter).
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Citrix Receiver
3.2
2
Remote Desktop Connection
Double click to access Microsoft Remote Desktop services.
3.3
3
VMware Horizon View Client
Double click to access VMware View and VMware Horizon View services.
3.4
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Accessing Citrix Services
3.2 Accessing Citrix Services
Accessing Citrix Service with Internet Explorer
To quickly access Citrix services with the Internet Explorer, please do the following:
1. Open the Internet Explorer by clicking its icon on Start.
2. Enter the IP address / URL / FQDN of the server through which Citrix services are accessible.
NOTE
• For XenDesktop 7.0 or the later, consult your IT administrator for the appropriate
IP address / URL / FQDN.
3. Follow the on-line instructions to provide the required data and access Citrix services.
Logon Screen Example
XenDesktop / XenApp 7.5 Platinum
Getting Started
Accessing Citrix Services
Virtual Desktop Example
Windows 7 Ultimate
(launched in mt168W)
Virtual Application Examples
LINE, Firefox, Calculator, and Adobe Reader
(launched in mt168W)
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Accessing Citrix Services
Accessing Citrix Service through the Citrix Receiver Shortcut
To access Citrix services through the Citrix Receiver shortcut, please do the following:
1. Import the required safety certificate for available Citrix services with an administrator account. Consult your
IT administrator for necessary assistance.
a. On the desktop, click
in the bottom-left corner.
b. Enter mmc on the opened window, and then press Enter.
c. On the Console window, click the File menu to select Add/Remove Snap-in.
Getting Started
Accessing Citrix Services
d. On the opened window, click Certificates > Add > Computer account > Local computer > OK to add
the Certificates snap-in.
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Accessing Citrix Services
e. On the Console window, click to expand the group tree of Certificates, right-click on Trusted Root
Certification Authorities, and then select All Tasks > Import on the popup menu.
f. Follow the Certificate Import Wizard to import your certificate, and then close the Console window
when it’s done.
Getting Started
Accessing Citrix Services
2. Double click Citrix Receiver
on the desktop.
3. A window appears prompting for the work email or server address. Consult your IT administrator for proper
information to provide here, enter the required data, and then click Add to continue.
4. Select the desired store account if more than one store is available, type credentials in the opened window,
and then click Log On.
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Getting Started
Accessing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
5. A window appears allowing you to add favorite apps (virtual desktops and applications) for the provided
credentials. Click to select the desired application(s). The selected application(s) will appear on that window.
6. Now you can click to launch the desired application. The virtual desktop or application will be displayed
on the screen.
3.3 Accessing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
To quickly access Remote Desktop services, please do the following:
1. Double click Remote Desktop Connection
on the desktop.
2. Enter the name or IP address of the remote computer on the opened window, and then click Connect.
Getting Started
Accessing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
3. Enter your credentials, and then click OK.
4. A window may appear with a certificate message about the remote computer. Consult your IT administrator
for details and ensure the connection is secure first. To bypass, click Yes to continue.
5. The remote desktop will be displayed on the screen (in full-screen by default).
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Accessing VMware View and Horizon View Services
3.4 Accessing VMware View and Horizon View Services
To quickly access VMware View or Horizon View services, please do the following:
1. Double click VMware Horizon View Client
on the desktop.
2. A window appears allowing you to add the name or IP address of the View Connection Server.
3. Double-click Add Server icon or click New Server in the top-left corner.
4. A window appears prompting for the name or IP address of the View Connection Server. Enter the required
information, and then click Connect.
5. A window may appear with a certificate message about the remote server. Consult your IT administrator for
details and ensure the connection is secure first. To bypass, click Continue.
Getting Started
Accessing VMware View and Horizon View Services
6. A window may appear with a Welcome message. Click OK to continue.
7. Provide your user name and password on the opened window, and then click Login.
8. A window appears with available desktops or applications for your credentials. Double-click to select the
desired desktop or application.
9. The desktop or application will be displayed on the screen.
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4
Configuring Client Settings
This chapter provides instructions on how to configure advanced
settings and customize your mt168W with Atrust Client Setup.
4.1 Atrust Client Setup
Interface overview
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Available settings at a glance
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4.2 Configuring System Settings
System tab overview
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Available settings at a glance
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4.3 Configuring External Device Settings
Devices tab overview
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Available settings at a glance
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4.4 Configuring User Interface Settings
User Interface tab overview
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Available settings at a glance
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4.5 Configuring Service Access Settings
Applications tab overview
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Available settings at a glance
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Configuring Client Settings
Atrust Client Setup
4.1 Atrust Client Setup
4.1.1 Interface Overview
To access Atrust Client Setup on your mt168W thin client, please do the following:
1. Log in to your mt168W with an administrator account (see page 4 for the default).
2. Click Atrust Client Setup on the Start screen.
3. The Atrust Client Setup window appears.
Interface Overview
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5
Interface Elements
No.
Name
Description
1
System tab
Click to configure settings for the operation and maintenance of the client.
2
Devices tab
Click to configure settings for external devices of the client.
3
User Interface tab
Click to configure the user interface of the client.
4
Applications tab
Click to configure settings for service access through the client.
5
Navigation area
Click to select a setting item under a selected tab or to select a setting entry under
a selected setting item.
6
Configuration area
Configures setting values when a setting item or entry is selected.
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Atrust Client Setup
4.1.2 Client Settings at a Glance
The following table provides a brief description of each setting item under four main setting categories.
Tab
Setting Item
Section
Page
• Configuring passwords
• Configuring remote assistance settings
• Updating firmware
System
• Taking snapshots
4.2 Configuring System Settings
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4.3 Configuring External Device Settings
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4.4 Configuring User Interface Settings
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4.5 Configuring Service Access Settings
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• Enabling/Disabling the Appliance mode
• Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter) settings
• Configuring Auto Registration
Devices
User Interface
• Configuring settings for USB storage devices
• Configuring settings for audio devices
• Configuring the display of service access shortcuts
• Configuring the Num Lock mode
• Configuring Microsoft RDP connection settings
Applications
• Configuring Citrix ICA connection settings
• Configuring VMware View connection settings
• Configuring Web browser session settings
NOTE
• The table above is only applicable to Atrust mt168W thin clients running Windows
10 IoT Enterprise. The available setting categories and items of the Atrust Client
Setup console for other Windows 10 IoT Enterprise-based, Windows Embeddedbased, Linux-based, and ARM Linux-based thin clients might be different.
Configuring Client Settings
Configuring System Settings
4.2 Configuring System Settings
4.2.1 System Tab Overview
System tab enables you to configure settings for the operation and maintenance of clients. To access available
settings of System tab, click the tab on Atrust Client Setup.
System Tab Overview
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2
Interface Elements
No.
Name
Description
1
Navigation area
Click to select a setting item under System tab.
2
Configuration area
Configures setting values when a setting item is selected.
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4.2.2 Available Settings at a Glance
Tab
Setting
Section
Page
Click to secure the access to Atrust Client Setup.
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Click to configure settings for remote assistance.
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Firmware
Update
Click to update firmware locally with the help of a
remote management computer. This feature is only
applicable when the client is managed by the Atrust
Device Manager console.
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Snapshot
Click to take a snapshot (system image) of the client
for mass deployment or system recovery.
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Appliance
Mode
Click to enable/disable the Appliance mode to allow/
disallow the automatic RDP / ICA / View sessions. In
Appliance mode, the client starts up with the desired
RDP / ICA / View session and performs the configured
action after exiting the session.
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UWF
Click to configure UWF (Unified Write Filter) settings.
Enabling UWF option will redirect all writes targeted for
disk volumes to a RAM cache. All system changes will
only affect the session where the changes are made.
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Click to configure advanced settings such as
Auto Registration.
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Password
System
Advanced
Icon
Description
NOTE
• Atrust Device Manager is a remote and mass client management console, helping
you remotely mange a large number of endpoint devices in a desktop virtualization
infrastructure. For more information about Atrust Device Manager, please refer to
the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
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4.2.3 Securing the Access to Atrust Client Setup
You can password protect the access to Atrust Client Setup by the Password setting.
To secure the access to Atrust Client Setup, please do the following:
NOTE
• System administrators (and only administrators) are allowed to access Atrust Client
Setup. If you don’t secure the access to Atrust Client Setup, administrator privileges
are sufficient to access Atrust Client Setup. If a password is set here, administrators
will need that password to enter Atrust Client Setup.
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Password.
2. Under the Security section, click to check Require a password to access Atrust Client Setup.
3. A window appears prompting you to set the password.
4. Type in the desired password, and then click Save to confirm.
5. Click Save to store all the changes.
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4.2.4 Configuring Shadow Settings for Remote Assistance
The Shadow feature allows an administrator to remotely assist client users in resolving problems or configuring local
settings. When this feature is enabled, an administrator can monitor and control a client from a remote computer
just like a local user.
NOTE
• To use the Shadow feature on a remote computer, you need to install the Atrust
Device Manager and also Java software on the remote computer, and add your
client into a managed group under Atrust Device Manager. For detailed instructions,
please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
To enable the Shadow feature and set the password for remote assistance, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Password.
2. Under the Shadow section, click Enable Shadow.
3. The Shadow feature is enabled and a window appears for you to set the password for remote assistance.
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NOTE
• On a remote computer, an administrator will need this password to use the Shadow
feature (remote assistance) available in the Atrust Device Manager console. For
more information, please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
4. Type in the desired password, and then click Save to confirm.
5. Click Save to store all the changes.
NOTE
• When the Shadow feature is enabled, on mt168W, the icon
will appear in the
Notification area of the Task bar. If this feature is currently being performed from a
.
remote computer, the icon will change its color to yellow
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4.2.5 Updating Firmware from the Management Computer
Update Firmware allows users to update client firmware from the remote management computer to get the
client device up-to-date.
NOTE
• Ensure that your client has been added into a managed group under Atrust Device
Manager installed on a remote computer, and that you have imported client
firmware files into Atrust Device Manager. These are prerequisites of this feature.
• For more information on firmware update and Atrust Device Manager, please refer
to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
To update client firmware from the remote management computer, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Firmware Update.
2. Under the Firmware Update section, click the Firmware Type drop-down menu to select Firmware, and then
click Check Firmware.
3. On completion, a window appears notifying you that the Firmware list has been loaded. Click OK to continue.
NOTE
• The available firmware versions depend on how many versions have been imported
into the remote Atrust Device Manager.
4. Click drop-down menus to select the desired firmware version and other options.
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Firmware Update Options
Item
Description
Click to select the desired firmware type.
Firmware Type
Type
Description
ALL
All firmware types, Firmware and Snapshot.
Firmware
The system image of a client.
Snapshot
The system image of a client coming from another client of the same model.
NOTE: Options may not be available for the firmware version of your model.
Firmware Version
Language
Click to select the desired firmware version from the Firmware list.
Click to select the interface language of the system, including the Atrust Client
Setup console.
NOTE: Available languages may vary with the firmware version.
Reboot immediately
Click to choose whether to restart the system immediately for firmware update
or manually restart the system later.
Click to choose whether to keep client settings under Atrust Client Setup.
Keep ACS configuration
NOTE: If Yes is selected, all client settings under Atrust Client Setup will remain
unchanged after firmware update.
If No is selected, all settings will be restored to the factory default.
NOTE: If the client is managed by Atrust Device Manager and here No is
selected, Atrust Device Manager will fail to manage the client after
firmware update. For more information on Atrust Device Manager, please
refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
5. Click Update firmware to confirm your selections. The system will start updating its firmware after restart.
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4.2.6 Taking Snapshots for Mass Deployment or System Recovery
A snapshot is the system image of a client, allowing you to use that image for mass deployment or system recovery.
This image can be stored on a remote management computer or a locally attached USB flash drive.
NOTE
• To store the system image on a remote computer, ensure that Atrust Device
Manager has been installed on that computer, and that the client has been added
into a managed group under Atrust Device Manager.
To take a snapshot from a client, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Snapshot.
2. Under the Snapshot section, click the drop-down menu to select where to store the snapshot. Two options
are available: Network and USB.
• To store the snapshot file set on the remote computer, please select Network.
• To store the snapshot file set on the locally attached USB flash drive, please select USB.
3. Type in the desired description for the snapshot, and then select its type: Deployment or Backup.
NOTE
• Taking a snapshot for mass deployment (Deployment is selected) will reset the
startup behavior to the default (auto-login with the default standard user account).
For details, please see “About the Behavior of System Startup” on page 10.
• Additionally, all system specific information, including the Computer Security
Identifier (SID) and computer name, will be reset or removed from the system image
by performing the System Preparation (Sysprep) tool automatically.
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4. Click Apply to start taking the snapshot.
5. A message will appear prompting for confirmation. Click Yes to confirm.
6. The system will restart to complete the process automatically.
NOTE
• Please wait for the process to complete automatically. Taking a snapshot needs
several minutes and requires system reboot more than one time. In addition, if
Deployment is selected, the Sysprep process will not be shown on the desktop
but only be performed in the background.
4.2.7 Deploying Systems with a Created Snapshot
Your snapshots may be stored on a remote computer over the network or on a USB flash drive. Depending on where
your snapshot is located, you can deploy a system image either through the network or a USB flash drive.
NOTE
• For detailed information on how to take a snapshot, please refer to section “4.2.6
Taking Snapshots for Mass Deployment or System Recovery” on page 42.
With a Snapshot on a Remote Computer
To deploy a system image on your mt168W with a snapshot on a remote computer, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Firmware Update.
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2. Under the Firmware Update section, click the Firmware Type drop-down menu to select Snapshot. The
system will automatically download the Snapshot list from the remote computer.
3. Upon completion, a message appears notifying you that the Snapshot list has been loaded.
NOTE
• Client snapshots stored on the remote computer are managed by Atrust Device
Manager. For more information on how to manage client snapshots with Atrust
Device Manager, please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
4. Click OK to continue.
5. Click drop-down menus to select the desired snapshot and other options.
Options for Deploying a Snapshot
Item
Description
Firmware Version
Click to select the desired snapshot from the Snapshot list.
Reboot immediately
Click to choose whether to restart the system immediately for firmware update
or manually restart the system later.
6. Click Update firmware to confirm your selections. The system will start deploying the snapshot after restart.
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With a Snapshot on a USB Flash Drive
To deploy a system image on your mt168W with a snapshot on a USB flash drive, please do the following:
1. Plug the USB flash drive into a free USB port of the client.
2. Start up or restart the client.
3. During the period of POST (Power-On Self-Test), press F7 to enter the Boot Device menu.
4. Select to boot from the attached USB flash drive.
5. The Atrust Thin Client Recovery System is launched.
6. Select USB, and then click Next to continue.
7. The recovery system start deploying the snapshot to the client.
8. After completion, click Finish to restart the client.
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4.2.8 Restoring Systems with a Created Snapshot
Your snapshots may be stored on a remote computer over the network or on a USB flash drive. Depending on where
your snapshot is located, you can restore a system image either through the network or a USB flash drive.
NOTE
• For detailed information on how to take a snapshot, please refer to section “4.2.6
Taking Snapshots for Mass Deployment or System Recovery” on page 42.
With a Snapshot on a Remote Computer
To restore a system image to your mt168W with a snapshot on a remote computer, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Firmware Update.
2. Under the Firmware Update section, click the Firmware Type drop-down menu to select Snapshot. The
system will automatically download the Snapshot list from the remote computer.
3. Upon completion, a message appears notifying you that the Snapshot list has been loaded.
NOTE
• Client snapshots stored on the remote computer are managed by Atrust Device
Manager. For more information on how to manage client snapshots with Atrust
Device Manager, please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
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4. Click OK to continue.
5. Click drop-down menus to select the desired snapshot and other options.
Options for Restoring a Snapshot
Item
Description
Firmware Version
Click to select the desired snapshot from the Snapshot list.
Reboot immediately
Click to choose whether to restart the system immediately for firmware update
or manually restart the system later.
6. Click Update firmware to confirm your selections. The system will start restoring the snapshot after restart.
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With a Snapshot on a USB Flash Drive
To restore a system image to your mt168W with a snapshot on a USB flash drive, please do the following:
1. Plug the USB flash drive into a free USB port of the client.
2. Start up or restart the client.
3. During the period of POST (Power-On Self-Test), press F7 to enter the Boot Device menu.
4. Select to boot from the attached USB flash drive.
5. The Atrust Thin Client Recovery System is launched.
6. Select USB, and then click Next to continue.
7. The recovery system start restoring the snapshot to the client.
8. After completion, click Finish to restart the client.
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4.2.9 Enabling or Disabling the Appliance Mode
The Appliance mode allows your thin client to start up directly with the desired Microsoft Remote Desktop, Citrix
ICA, VMware View or Horizon View session. After exiting a session, the client will perform the configured action.
NOTE
• There are two similar but different modes for your thin client:
No.
Mode
Description
The client will start up directly with the desired
RDP / ICA / View session and perform the
configured action after exiting the session.
1
Appliance
Available actions include:
• Re-launching a new session
• Restarting the thin client
• Turning off the thin client
The client will start up directly with the desired
RDP / ICA / View session and perform the
configured action after exiting the session.
Available actions include:
2
Autostart
• Returning to the local desktop
• Re-launching a new session
• Restarting the thin client
• Turning off the thin client
• For more information on above modes, please refer to sections:
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4.2.9 on page 49 (Appliance mode)
4.5.5 on page 76 (Autostart mode for RDP sessions)
4.5.8 on page 101 (Autostart mode for ICA sessions)
4.5.11 on page 116 (Autostart mode for View sessions)
Enabling the Appliance Mode
To enable the Appliance mode, please do the following:
NOTE
• Ensure that you have configured the connection settings for the desired Microsoft
Remote Desktop, Citrix ICA, VMware View or Horizon View session under
Applications tab. You need to specify which service type and connection settings
entry will be used under the Appliance mode. For detailed instructions, please
see sections:
—— “4.5.3 Configuring Basic RDP Connection Settings” on page 64
—— “4.5.6 Configuring Basic ICA Connection Settings” on page 89
—— “4.5.9 Configuring Basic VMware View Connection Settings” on page 112
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1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Appliance Mode.
2. Click to check Enable Appliance Mode.
3. Other settings of the Appliance mode appear.
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4. Click drop-down menus to select the application (or service) type: Citrix ICA, Remote Desktop, or
VMware View, and the specific service available in that type.
5. Click Save to confirm your selections.
6. The system will enter the Appliance mode after restart.
NOTE
• To disable the Appliance mode or to access Atrust Client Setup under the Appliance
mode, please refer to “Disabling the Appliance Mode” on page 52.
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Disabling the Appliance Mode
To disable the Appliance mode, please do the following:
1. Under the Appliance mode, exit the Full Screen mode of the RDP / ICA session, or release the keyboard and
mouse from the View session (virtual desktop):
• To exit the Full Screen mode of the RDP session, press Ctrl + Alt + Pause.
• To exit the Full Screen mode of the ICA session, use the XenDesktop toolbar at the top
(You may not in the Full Screen mode).
• To release the keyboard and mouse from the View session (virtual desktop), press Ctrl + Alt.
NOTE
• Please note that the View session (virtual desktop) will remain on the background
after you release the keyboard and mouse from the View session (virtual desktop).
2. Click Ctrl + Shift + Del to launch Atrust Client Setup.
NOTE
• You cannot access the local desktop under the Appliance mode.
3. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Appliance Mode.
4. Click to uncheck Enable Appliance Mode, and then click Save to apply the change.
5. Return to the current RDP / ICA / View session:
• To return to the current RDP / ICA session, use Alt + Tab (press and hold Alt, and then press Tab to switch
between different items) to select and restore the current RDP / ICA session.
• To return to the current View session, click any place of the View session (virtual desktop)
on the background.
6. Log off from the current RDP / ICA / View session.
7. The client might shut down then. Restart your client manually.
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4.2.10 Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter)
Your mt168W is UWF-enabled by default. Unified Write Filter (UWF) is a sector-based write filter intercepting all write
attempts to a protected volume and redirecting those write attempts to a RAM cache. With UWF, all system changes
will only affect the session where the changes are made. After restart, all changes will be discarded.
WARNING
• The UWF feature is enabled by factory default. Except for changes to ACS settings,
all the changes made in a session will not be kept after the system restart. Ensure
that you choose the desired settings here before making any changes to the system.
• An icon in the Notification area of the Taskbar will indicate the current UWF state
of your system. For details, please refer to the description at the end of this section.
To configure the UWF settings, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > UWF.
2. Click the State drop-down menu to enable/disable the UWF feature.
3. Click to select other options if needed.
UWF Options
Item
Description
Next State
Click to enable / disable UWF. A restart is required for switching.
Maximum used memory
Click to select the maximum memory used for UWF.
When UWF is disabled, warn me every
Click to select how often the system warns you when UWF is disabled.
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4. Click Save to confirm your selections.
5. You may need to restart the system for the change(s) to take effect.
WARNING
• You need to restart the system for switching between the UWF enabled and
disabled states. An icon will appear in the Notification area of the Taskbar to indicate
the current UWF state of the system. The following table provides a description of
each icon:
Icon
Name
Description
Green Lock
The UWF is currently enabled. Except for
changes to ACS settings, all the other changes
made to the system in current session will not
be kept after the system restart.
Orange Lock
The UWF state was changed and will take
effect after the system restart.
Red Lock
The UWF is currently disabled.
TIP
• When UWF is enabled, you can move the mouse pointer over the UWF icon to
check currently free memory (overlay) for UWF. A tooltip as below will be shown.
NOTE
• As a thin client device, your mt168W is mainly for access to remote or virtual
desktops on servers. With the limited and protected (UWF-enabled) hard disk space,
it’s not recommended to save data on your mt168W. Instead, you can use storage
spaces over remote / virtual desktops, removable storage devices, or networks.
• In case that you need to copy a file to the protected volume, ensure that its size is
smaller than the free memory (overlay) space. Otherwise, your system may have
unexpected results or become unresponsive.
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4.2.11 Enabling or Disabling Auto Registration
Auto Registration allows that thin clients automatically register with Atrust Device Manager when they are online
and then become managed by Atrust Device Manager.
NOTE
• For this feature to work, Auto Registration must be enabled on both sides: thin
clients and target Atrust Device Manager. In addition, some configurations on
DHCP or DNS server over your network are required. For details, please refer to the
User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
• By default, Auto Registration is enabled on thin client side, disabled Atrust
Device Manger.
To enable or disable Auto Registration on your thin client, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click System > Advanced.
2. Check / Uncheck to Enable Auto Registration to enable / disable Auto Registration.
3. Click Save to apply.
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4.3 Configuring External Device Settings
4.3.1 Devices Tab Overview
Devices tab enables you to configure settings for external devices of clients. To access available settings of Devices
tab, click the tab on Atrust Client Setup.
Devices Tab Overview
1
2
Interface Elements
No.
Name
Description
1
Navigation area
Click to select a setting item under Devices tab.
2
Configuration area
Configures setting values when a setting item is selected.
4.3.2 Available Settings at a Glance
Tab
Setting
USB Storage
Icon
Description
Section
Page
Click to configure settings for USB storage devices.
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Click to configure settings for audio devices.
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4.3.3 Configuring Settings for USB Storage Devices
To configure settings for USB storage devices, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Devices > USB Storage.
2. Click the drop-down menu to select the desired setting. Three options are available: Enable USB Storage,
Read-Only Access, and Disable USB Storage.
NOTE
• When Enable USB Storage is selected, settings of RDP / ICA connection entries
under Applications tab may affect if you can use mapped USB storage devices in
remote / virtual desktop sessions. For details, please refer to sections:
—— “4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on page 76
—— “4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101
• When Disable USB Storage is selected, Citrix ICA and VMware View / Horizon View
sessions may still allow users to use locally attached USB storage devices
through redirection. To really prevent the use of USB storage devices in virtual
desktop sessions, some configurations in Citrix and VMware service delivery
environments are required.
3. Click Save to store your change.
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4.3.4 Disabling or Enabling Attached Audio Devices
To disable/enable attached audio devices, please do the following:
NOTE
• If you disable locally attached audio devices, client users are not allowed to perform
audio playback or recording with these devices in an RDP / ICA / View session.
• To perform audio playback or recording with local audio devices in an RDP / ICA /
View session, you need to enable locally attached audio devices here (the Audio
setting item under Devices tab) and configure audio related settings (if any) in the
RDP / ICA / View connection settings. For detailed instructions, please
refer to sections:
—— “4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on page 76
—— “4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101
—— “4.5.11 Configuring Advanced View Connection Settings” on page 116
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Devices > Audio.
2. Click to check/uncheck Enable System Audio Device.
3. Click Save to confirm your selection.
NOTE
• The change will not take effect until the client has been restarted.
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4.4 Configuring User Interface Settings
4.4.1 User Interface Tab Overview
User Interface tab enables you to configure settings for the user interface of clients. To access available settings of
User Interface tab, click the tab on Atrust Client Setup.
User Interface Tab Overview
1
2
Interface Elements
No.
Name
Description
1
Navigation area
Click to select a setting item under User Interface tab.
2
Configuration area
Configures setting values when a setting item is selected.
4.4.2 Available Settings at a Glance
Tab
Setting
Desktop
Icon
Description
Section
Page
Click to configure the display of standard
desktop shortcuts for quick service access.
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Click to configure the Num Lock mode.
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User
Interface
Keyboard
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4.4.3 Configuring the Display of Standard Desktop Shortcuts for Quick Access
The Desktop setting enables you to display or hide the standard desktop shortcuts for service quick access. Three
standard desktop shortcuts are available: Citrix Receiver, Remote Desktop Connection, and VMware Horizon
View Client, separately for quick service access of Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop / VDI-in-a-Box, Microsoft Remote
Desktop / Remote Application (RemoteApp), and VMware View / VMware Horizon View.
Remote Desktop Connection
Citrix Receiver
VMware Horizon View Client
TIP
• You can use these standard desktop shortcuts to quickly access services.
For detailed instructions, please refer to chapter 3 “Getting Started” on page 17.
NOTE
• You can also customize your desktop shortcuts for quick service access. For detailed
instructions on how to create and customize your own desktop shortcuts, please
refer to section “4.5 Configuring Service Access Settings” on page 62.
To display or hide the standard desktop shortcuts for quick service access, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click User Interface > Desktop.
2. Click to check/uncheck Remote Desktop Connection, Citrix Receiver, or VMware Horizon View Client.
3. Click Save to apply.
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4.4.4 Configuring the Num Lock Mode
To configure the Num Lock mode, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click User Interface > Keyboard.
2. Click the drop-down menu to configure the Num Lock mode. Two options are available: Single Numeric Key
or Fn + Numeric Key.
Keyboard
Item
NumLock
Mode
Description
Single Numeric Key
In NumLock mode, single numeric key is sufficient to enter a number.
Fn + Numeric Key
In NumLock mode, Fn plus numeric key is required to enter a number.
3. Click Save to apply.
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4.5 Configuring Service Access Settings
4.5.1 Applications Tab Overview
Applications tab enables you to configure settings for service access on clients. To access available settings of
Applications tab, click the tab on Atrust Client Setup.
Applications Tab Overview
1
2
Interface Elements
No.
Name
Description
1
Navigation area
Click to select a setting item under Applications tab or to select a setting
entry under a selected setting item.
2
Configuration area
Configures setting values when a setting item or entry is selected.
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4.5.2 Available Settings at a Glance
Tab
Setting
Description
Section
Page
Remote
Desktop
Click to configure RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol)
connection settings and create access shortcuts
on the desktop for RDP sessions.
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Citrix ICA
Click to configure Citrix ICA (Independent
Computing Architecture) connection settings and
create access shortcuts on the desktop for
ICA sessions.
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Applications
Icon
VMware View
Click to configure VMware View connection
settings and create access shortcuts on the
desktop for View sessions.
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4.5.11
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Web Browser
Click to configure browser session settings
and create access shortcuts on the desktop for
browser sessions.
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4.5.3 Configuring Basic RDP Connection Settings
The Remote Desktop setting allows you to configure RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) connection settings and
create shortcuts on the desktop or Start screen for Remote Desktop services. You can access services for work simply
through these shortcuts.
NOTE
• For more information on Microsoft Remote Desktop services, please visit Microsoft
website at www.microsoft.com.
Three connection types are available:
Connection Type
Remote Desktop
Remote Web Access
Web Feed
Description
Page
Select to access remote desktops/applications.
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Select to access remote applications through published Start screen tiles.
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Connection Type: Remote Desktop
To quickly configure RDP connection settings for Remote Desktop connection type, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Remote Desktop.
2. The RDP Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the RDP Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the RDP Connection list to create a new entry of RDP connection.
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4. On General sub-tab, type in the session name and the server/virtual machine address under the Server
Settings section.
NOTE
• The red asterisks indicate the required fields.
• The remote computer can be a physical server or a virtual machine. Please visit
Microsoft’s websites at www.microsoft.com or support.microsoft.com for more
information.
5. Click Save to add this RDP connection entry.
6. The shortcut for Remote Desktop connection is automatically created on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced RDP connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on page 76.
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Connection Type: Remote Web Access
To quickly configure RDP connection settings for Remote Web Access connection type, please do the following:
NOTE
• Your mt168W supports only RD Web Access based on Windows Server 2012 R2;
Windows Server 2008 R2 based is not supported.
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Remote Desktop.
2. The RDP Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the RDP Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the RDP Connection list to create a new entry of RDP connection.
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4. On General sub-tab, click the Connection Type drop-down menu to select Remote Web Access.
5. Type in the session name and connection URL through which Web-based remote applications/desktops
is accessible.
NOTE
• The red asterisks indicate the required fields.
• Consult your IT administrator for the appropriate connection URL.
6. Click Save to add this RDP connection entry.
7. The shortcut for Remote Web Access connection is automatically created on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced RDP connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on page 76.
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Connection Type: Web Feed
To quickly configure RDP connection settings for Web Feed connection type, please do the following:
NOTE
• Your mt168W supports only RD Web Feed based on Windows Server 2012 R2;
Windows Server 2008 R2 based is not supported.
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Remote Desktop.
2. The RDP Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the RDP Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the RDP Connection list to create a new entry of RDP connection.
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4. On General sub-tab, click the Connection Type drop-down menu to select Web Feed.
5. Type in the session name, the Web Feed URL through which remote applications is accessible, and your
credentials for Web Feed.
NOTE
• The red asterisks indicate the required fields.
• Consult your IT administrator about the appropriate Web Feed URL.
6. Click Update Now in the RemoteApp and Desktop Connections section. After completion, the result will be
shown as blow in that section.
7. Click Save to add this RDP connection entry.
8. The application tiles for Web Feed are automatically created on the Start screen.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced RDP connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on page 76.
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4.5.4 Accessing Remote Desktop Services
Connection Type: Remote Desktop
To access Remote Desktop services, please do the following:
1. Double click the created (customized) shortcut on the desktop.
NOTE
• You can also access Remote Desktop services through the standard desktop
shortcut Remote Desktop Connection. For detailed instructions on how to access
services via this standard shortcut, please refer to section “3.3 Accessing Microsoft
Remote Desktop Services” on page 26.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions and provide required credentials if needed.
3. The desired remote desktop will be displayed on the desktop in full screen (by default).
NOTE
• The connection type of Remote Desktop also allows you to launch applicationonly sessions; only a specific application is launched rather than a full desktop. For
details, please refer to “4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings” on
page 76.
Example: Windows MultiPoint Server 2012
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Example: Windows Server 2012
Example: Windows 8 Enterprise
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Connection Type: Remote Web Access
To access remote applications/desktops, please do the following:
1. Double click the created shortcut on the desktop.
2. A window appears prompting for credentials.
NOTE
• A warning message about security might appear. Consult your IT administrator
for details and ensure the connection is secure first. To by pass, click Continue to
this website.
• Click to select Allow to enable ActiveX Control when a popup message appears at
the bottom of the page.
3. Provide your credentials, and then click Sign in.
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4. Click to select RemoteApp and Desktops or Connect to a remote PC.
5. Click icons or follow the on-screen instructions to launch applications or desktops.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Connection Type: Web Feed
To access remote applications, please do the following:
1. On Start screen, click All apps.
2. Click to launch the desired application.
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4.5.5 Configuring Advanced RDP Connection Settings
The table below provides a description of each setting item for RDP connections. Please see this table to configure
advanced settings and customize your mt168W desktop shortcuts or Start screen tiles for service access.
NOTE
• Please note that available settings vary with the selected connection type.
Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Desktop
NOTE
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Remote Web Access, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Web Access” on page 83.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Web Feed, please refer to
“Settings for the Connection Type of Web Feed” on page 85.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Description
Session Name
Type in the name for Remote Desktop sessions.
Sever Address
Type in the computer name or IP address of the server/virtual machine where to
deliver a Remote Desktop session.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when
Remote Desktop is selected.
Three connection types are available:
Connection Type
Connection Quality
Option
Description
Remote Desktop
Provides access to remote desktops/applications.
Remote Web Access
Provides access to remote desktops/applications
through a Web browser (Internet Explorer).
Web Feed
Provides access to remote applications through
published Start screen tiles.
Select the setting that best describes the quality of your network connection.
Three options are available: Very Fast (LAN), Fast (Broadband),
Slow (Modem), and Automatic Detection.
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Select what to do next if the client cannot verify the identity of the remote
computer. Three options are available: Connect and don’t warn me,
Warn me, and Do not connect.
Server Authentication
Option
Description
Connect and don’t
warn me
Connects anyway without any warning.
Warn me
Warns and allows users to choose whether to
connect or not.
Do not connect
Disallows the connection.
Login Settings
Item
Description
Username
Type in the user/account name used for authentication.
Password
Type in the password of the user account used for authentication.
Domain
Type in the domain of the server.
NOTE: Leave this field blank if the server doesn’t belong to any domain.
Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
Description
Select whether to open a Remote Desktop session automatically or not when
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Remote
Desktop session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Remote Desktop session is ended. Four options are
available: Do Nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
On Application Exit
Option
Description
Do Nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Remote Desktop session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
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Options Sub-tab
Programs
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the Application mode. You can use
this option to select the session type. Two remote session types are available:
• Remote Desktop (when the Application mode is disabled)
• Remote Application (when the Application mode is enabled)
Start the following program
on connection
NOTE: Remote Application sessions are Remote sessions used to access only
specific applications rather than full desktops.
NOTE: Before you can open a Remote Application session, you need to add the
desired application to the RemoteApp Programs list with RemoteApp
Manager on the application hosted server. For detailed instructions on
how to add a desired application to the RemoteApp Programs list on the
server, please visit Microsoft Support website at support.microsoft.com.
Type in the location of the desired application (on the host server) if
Start the following program on connection is enabled.
Start in the following folder
NOTE: You can type in the location/path of the desired application in this field,
and specify only the name of the application in Program path and file
name (the next field). Or, you can type in the full path and name of the
application in Program path and file name, and leave this field empty.
Type in the path and name of the desired application if Start the following
program on connection is enabled.
Program path and file name
Remote APP
Format Example
Windows Media Player
C:\Programs Files (x86)\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe
Adobe Reader X
C:\Programs Files (x86)\Adobe\Reader 10.0\Reader\ArcoRd32.exe
Adobe Reader X
C:\Programs Files (x86)\Adobe\Reader 10.0\Reader\ArcoRd32
NOTE: the file extension can be omitted.
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired color depth for a Remote
Desktop session. Four options are available: 15 Bit, 16 Bit, 24 Bit, and 32 Bit.
Color Depth
NOTE: If RemoteFX is enabled, then no matter which color depth you choose
here, 32 bit per pixel will be applied.
NOTE: You can configure the upper limit of the color depth for a Remote Desktop
session on the host server. In this case, no matter which color depth you
choose here, the value cannot exceed the defined limit.
Resolution
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired display resolution on a Remote
Desktop session. Twelve options are available: Fullscreen, 1920x1200,
1920x1080, 1680x1050, 1400x1050, 1440x900, 1280x1024, 1280x768,
1280x720, 1024x768, 800x600, and 640x480.
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Multi-Monitor
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable multiple displays in a Remote
Desktop session.
Display the connection bar
when I use the full screen
Click the drop-down menu to select if the Connection bar is displayed or not in
full-screen mode.
Connection Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable printer mapping.
When Enable is selected, users can access a local or network printer in a
Remote Desktop session.
Printer Mapping
NOTE: You need to add the desired local or network printer(s) for your thin
client first, and then enable this feature here to use that printer in a
Remote Desktop session.
NOTE: To add a local or network printer for your Windows 10 IoT Enterprisebased thin client, go to Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound >
Devices and Printers > Add a printer, and then follow the on-screen
instructions to add the desired local or network printer.
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable Clipboard redirection.
Clipboard Redirection
NOTE: When Enable is selected, Clipboard can be used across local and remote
desktops (in both directions).
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable smart card mapping.
Smart Card Mapping
When Enable is selected, users can access smart cards through a smart card
reader in a Remote Desktop session.
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable port mapping.
When Enable is selected, users can access attached devices using locally
available ports, in a Remote Desktop session.
Port Mapping
NOTE: The types and availability of device ports on thin clients may vary,
depending on your product models.
Local Resources Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to configure the computer sounds and audio playback
setting in a Remote Desktop session. Three options are available: Bring to this
computer, Do not play, and Leave at remote computer.
Remote Audio Playback
Option
Description
Bring to this computer
Allows computer sounds and audio playback in a
Remote Desktop session using locally attached
audio devices.
Do not play
Disables computer sounds and audio playback
in a Remote Desktop session.
Leave at remote computer
Leave computer sounds and audio playback at
the remote computer.
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Click the drop-down menu to configure the audio recording setting in a Remote
Desktop session. Two options are available: Recording from this computer
and Do not record.
Remote Audio Recording
Option
Description
Recording from this computer
Allows audio recording in a Remote Desktop
session using locally attached audio devices.
Do not record
Disables audio recording in a Remote Desktop
session using locally attached audio devices.
NOTE: When Leave at remote computer is selected on the drop-down menu
of Remote Audio Playback, this setting item will be grayed out.
Apply Windows key
combinations
Click the drop-down menu to select where to apply Windows key combinations.
Three options are available: On this computer, On the remote computer,
Only when using the full screen.
Drives
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable locally attached drives in a Remote
Desktop session.
Supported plug and play
devices
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the supported plug and play devices
in a Remote Desktop session.
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Click to enable/disable locally attached RemoteFX USB devices.
NOTE: To use RemoteFX USB devices in remote desktops, you need to configure
the policy setting about device redirection to allow RemoteFX USB Device
Redirection as well. To do so, please follow the steps below:
1. Log in to your mt168W with an administrative account.
2. Disable UWF (Unified Write Filter) through Atrust Client Setup
(See “4.2.10 Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter)” on page 53).
3. On the desktop, click
in the bottom-left corner.
4. On the appeared Search window, type group policy, and then click to
select Edit group policy.
RemoteFX USB redirection
5. On the opened window, select Computer Configuration >
Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote
Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Connection Client >
RemoteFX USB Device Redirection > Allow RDP redirection of
other supported RemoteFX USB devices from this computer.
6. Select Enabled and to which users this setting applies: Administrators
Only or Administrators and Users, and then click OK.
7. Enable UWF through Atrust Client Setup.
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RD Gateway Sub-tab
Connection Settings
Item
RD Gateway Server Settings
Sever Name
Description
Click the drop-down menu to choose if a RD Gateway server is used,
automatically detected, or manually configured. Three options are available:
Automatically detect RD Gateway server settings, Use these RD Gateway
server settings, and Do not use an RD Gateway server.
Type the IP address / URL / FQDN of the RD Gateway server.
NOTE: Consult your network administrator for details.
Click the drop-down menu to select the logon method. Three options
are available: Allow me to select later, Ask for password (NTLM), and
Smart card.
Logon method
Bypass RD Gateway server for
local addresses
Option
Description
Allow me to select later
Users can select a logon method while
connecting to the server.
Ask for password (NTLM)
Users will be prompted for a password while
connecting to the server.
Smart card
Users will be prompted for a smart card
while connecting to the server.
Check to prevent traffic to and from local network addresses from being routed
through the RD Gateway server and make a connection faster.
Logon Settings
Item
Description
Use my RD Gateway credentials
for the remote computer
Check to use the same set of credentials for authenticating to both the RD
Gateway server and the remote computer.
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Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Web Access
NOTE
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Remote Desktop, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Desktop” on page 76.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Web Feed, please refer to
“Settings for the Connection Type of Web Feed” on page 85.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Description
Session Name
Type in the name for Remote Web Access sessions.
Connection URL
Type in the connection URL through which RD Web Access is available.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when Remote
Web Access is selected.
Three connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Remote Desktop
Provides access to remote desktops/applications.
Remote Web Access
Provides access to remote desktops/applications
through a Web browser (Internet Explorer).
Web Feed
Provides access to remote applications through
published Start screen tiles.
Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
Description
Select whether to open a Remote Desktop session automatically or not when
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Remote
Desktop session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Remote Desktop session is ended. Four options are
available: Do Nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
On Application Exit
Option
Description
Do Nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Remote Desktop session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
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Options Sub-tab
NOTE
• No options are available under the Options sub-tab in the connection type of
Remote Web Access.
RD Gateway Sub-tab
NOTE
• No options are available under the RD Gateway sub-tab in the connection type of
Remote Web Access.
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Settings for the Connection Type of Web Feed
NOTE
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Remote Desktop, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Desktop” on page 76.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Remote Web Access, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Remote Web Access” on page 83.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Description
Session Name
Type in the name for Web Feed sessions.
Web Feed URL
Type in the URL through which RD Web Feed is accessible.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when Web Feed
is selected.
Three connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Remote Desktop
Provides access to remote desktops/applications.
Remote Web Access
Provides access to remote desktops/applications
through a Web browser (Internet Explorer).
Web Feed
Provides access to remote applications through
published Start screen tiles.
Login Settings
Item
Description
Username
Type in the user/account name used for authentication.
Password
Type in the password of the user account used for authentication.
Domain
Type in the domain of the server.
NOTE: Leave this field blank if the server doesn’t belong to any domain.
RemoteApp and Desktop Connection
Item
Description
Update Now
Click to fetch and update the published applications list from the server.
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Options Sub-tab
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired color depth for a Remote
Desktop session. Four options are available: 15 Bit, 16 Bit, 24 Bit, and 32 Bit.
Color Depth
NOTE: If RemoteFX is enabled, then no matter which color depth you choose
here, 32 bit per pixel will be applied.
NOTE: You can configure the upper limit of the color depth for a Remote Desktop
session on the host server. In this case, no matter which color depth you
choose here, the value cannot exceed the defined limit.
Resolution
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired display resolution on a Remote
Desktop session. Twelve options are available: Fullscreen, 1920x1200,
1920x1080, 1680x1050, 1400x1050, 1440x900, 1280x1024, 1280x768,
1280x720, 1024x768, 800x600, and 640x480.
Multi-Monitor
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable multiple displays in a Remote
Desktop session.
Display the connection bar
when I use the full screen
Click the drop-down menu to select if the Connection bar is displayed or not in
full-screen mode.
Local Resources Settings
Item
Description
Apply Windows key
combinations
Click the drop-down menu to select where to apply Windows key combinations.
Three options are available: On this computer, On the remote computer,
Only when using the full screen.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Click to enable/disable locally attached RemoteFX USB devices.
NOTE: To use RemoteFX USB devices in remote desktops, you need to configure
the policy setting about device redirection to allow RemoteFX USB Device
Redirection as well. To do so, please follow the steps below:
1. Log in to your mt168W with an administrative account.
2. Disable UWF (Unified Write Filter) through Atrust Client Setup
(See “4.2.10 Configuring UWF (Unified Write Filter)” on page 53).
3. On the desktop, click
in the bottom-left corner.
4. On the appeared Search window, type group policy, and then click to
select Edit group policy.
RemoteFX USB redirection
5. On the opened window, select Computer Configuration >
Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote
Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Connection Client >
RemoteFX USB Device Redirection > Allow RDP redirection of
other supported RemoteFX USB devices from this computer.
6. Select Enabled and to which users this setting applies: Administrators
Only or Administrators and Users, and then click OK.
7. Enable UWF through Atrust Client Setup.
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RD Gateway Sub-tab
NOTE
• No options are available under the RD Gateway sub-tab in the connection type of
Remote Web Access.
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4.5.6 Configuring Basic ICA Connection Settings
The Citrix ICA setting allows you to configure ICA connections for Citrix services and create shortcuts on the local
desktop for service access. You can access virtual desktops and applications for work simply through these shortcuts.
NOTE
• For more information on Citrix desktop virtualization solutions, please visit Citrix
website at www.citrix.com or Citrix Knowledge Center at support.citrix.com.
NOTE
• You can also access Citrix services through the Internet Explorer or the standard
desktop shortcut Citrix Receiver. For detailed instructions on how to access
services via this standard desktop shortcut, please refer to section “3.2 Accessing
Citrix Services” on page 20.
• The following topics in this section will guide you through the steps of creating and
customizing your own service access shortcuts on the desktop and Start menu.
• To configure connection settings for Citrix VDI-in-a-Box, you can choose Web
Logon or XenDesktop connection type.
Connection Type: Web Logon
To quickly configure ICA connection settings for the connection type of Web Logon, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Citrix ICA.
2. The available ICA Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
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NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the ICA Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the ICA Connection list to create a new entry of ICA connection.
4. On General sub-tab, leave the connection type as Web Logon as default, and then type in the desired
session name and the IP address / URL / FQDN of the server through which Citrix services are accessible
under the Server Settings section.
NOTE
• The applicable or best suitable information type of the server side may vary with
your Citrix environment. Consult your IT administrator for more information.
5. Click Save to add this ICA connection entry. The access shortcut will be created automatically on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced ICA connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101.
Configuring Client Settings
Configuring Service Access Settings
Connection Type: XenDesktop
To quickly configure ICA connection settings for the connection type of XenDesktop, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Citrix ICA.
2. The available ICA Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the ICA Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the ICA Connection list to create a new entry of ICA connection.
4. On General sub-tab, click the Connection Type drop-down menu to select XenDesktop.
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5. Type the session name, the IP address / FQDN of the server through which XenDesktop is accessible,
to discover available
user credentials, the domain of the server, and then click the Search icon
desktop groups.
NOTE
• The applicable or best suitable information type of the server side may vary with
your Citrix environment. Consult your IT administrator for more information.
• The Search icon works only when required data (fields marked with a red asterisk)
have been provided.
6. Upon completion, the Search Dialog window appears for you to select the desktop group. Click the
drop-down menu to select the desired desktop group, and then click Select to confirm.
7. The selected desktop group name automatically appears in the Desktop Group field.
8. Click Save to confirm. The access shortcut will be created automatically on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced ICA connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Connection Type: XenApp
To quickly configure ICA connection settings for the connection type of XenApp, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Citrix ICA.
2. The available ICA Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the ICA Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the ICA Connection list to create a new entry of ICA connection.
4. On General sub-tab, click the Connection Type drop-down menu to select XenApp.
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5. Type the session name, the IP address / FQDN of the server through which XenApp is accessible, user
to discover available applications.
credentials, the domain of the server, and then click the Search icon
NOTE
• The applicable or best suitable information type of the server side may vary with
your Citrix environment. Consult your IT administrator for more information.
• The Search icon works only when required data (fields marked with a red asterisk)
have been provided. If your XenApp server doesn’t belong to any domain, just type
its computer name in the Domain field.
6. Upon completion, the Search Dialog window appears for you to select the application. Click the drop-down
menu to select the desired application, and then click Select to confirm.
7. The selected application name automatically appears in the Application Name field.
8. Click Save to confirm. The access shortcut will be created automatically on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced ICA connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Connection Type: Server Connection
To quickly configure ICA connection settings for the connection type of Server Connection, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Citrix ICA.
2. The available ICA Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the ICA Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the ICA Connection list to create a new entry of ICA connection.
4. On General sub-tab, click the Connection Type drop-down menu to select Server Connection.
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5. Type the session name, the IP address / FQDN of the server, user credentials, and the domain of the server.
NOTE
• The applicable or best suitable information type of the server side may vary with
your Citrix environment. Consult your IT administrator for more information.
• Only connections to XenApp servers are supported by this connection type.
6. Click Save to confirm. The access shortcut will be created automatically on the desktop.
NOTE
• Depending on your plan of service delivery and the configuration of your server(s),
you may need to configure other advanced ICA connection settings for service
access. For more information on other available settings, please refer to section
“4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings” on page 101.
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4.5.7 Accessing Citrix Services
For Connection Types of XenDesktop, XenApp, and Server Connection
To access Citrix services, please do the following:
1. Double click the created (customized) shortcut on the desktop.
NOTE
• You can also access Citrix services through the standard desktop shortcut Citrix
Receiver. For details on how to access services via the standard desktop shortcut,
please refer to section “3.2 Accessing Citrix Services” on page 20.
2. The desired application or desktop is displayed on the screen.
For Connection Types of Web Logon
To access Citrix services, please do the following:
1. Double click the created (customized) shortcut on the desktop.
NOTE
• You can also access Citrix services through the standard desktop shortcut
Citrix Receiver. For details on how to access services via the standard desktop
shortcut, please refer to section “3.2 Accessing Citrix Services” on page 20.
2. The Web browser is launched with the Citrix Logon screen.
Logon Screen Example: XenApp and XenDesktop 7.5 Platinum
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3. Type in the required credentials and domain name, and then click Log On.
NOTE
• If your service-hosted server doesn’t belong to any domain, type in the server name
instead if required.
4. Click to select the desired application(s) or desktop(s).
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5. The selected application(s) or desktop(s) will be displayed on the screen.
Example: Applications Delivered by XenApp 7.5 Platinum
LINE, Mozilla Firefox, Adobe Reader, and Calculator
Example: Desktop Delivered by XenDesktop 7.5 Platinum
Windows Server 2008 R2
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4.5.8 Configuring Advanced ICA Connection Settings
The table below provides a description of each setting item for ICA connections. Please refer to this table to
configure advanced settings and customize shortcuts on the desktop and Start menu for service access.
NOTE
• Please note that available settings vary depending on the selected connection type.
Settings for the Connection Type of Web Logon
NOTE
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of XenDesktop, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of XenDesktop” on page 103.
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of XenApp, please refer
to “Settings for the Connection Type of XenApp” on page 106.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Server Connection, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Server Connection” on page 109.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Session Name
Description
Type in the name for Citrix ICA sessions.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when Web Logon
is selected.
Four connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Web Logon
Provides application, desktop, and content
access services through the interface of a
Web browser (Internet Explorer).
XenDesktop
Provides desktop delivery services.
XenApp
Provides application delivery services.
Server Connection
Provides full server access services for
administrators (XenApp servers only).
NOTE: When Web Logon is selected, your mt168W will use a Web browser for
service access. The Internet Explorer is always used no matter if you
have installed other browsers and which browser you have set as default.
For more details, please refer to section “4.5.7 Accessing Citrix Services”
on page 97.
Sever Address
Type in the IP address / URL / FQDN of the server through which Citrix services
are accessible.
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Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a Citrix ICA session automatically or not when Windows
10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Citrix ICA
session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Citrix ICA session is ended. Four options are available:
Do nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Citrix ICA session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
Options sub-tab
Web Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired browser window mode. Two
options are available: Full Screen and Normal Mode.
Mode Setting
Option
Description
Full Screen
The browser is opened in the Full Screen mode.
Normal Mode
The browser is opened in the Normal mode.
NOTE: This setting item is available only when Web Logon is selected in the
Connection Type field. This type of connection allows you to access
services through the interface of the Web browser.
NOTE: The used Web browser for service access is always the Internet Explorer,
no matter which browser you set as the default.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Settings for the Connection Type of XenDesktop
NOTE
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of Web Logon, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Web Logon” on page 101.
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of XenApp, please refer
to “Settings for the Connection Type of XenApp” on page 106.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Server Connection, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Server Connection” on page 109.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Session Name
Description
Type in the name for Citrix ICA sessions.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when XenDesktop is
selected.
Four connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Web Logon
Provides application, desktop, and content
access services through the interface of a
Web browser (Internet Explorer).
XenDesktop
Provides desktop delivery services.
XenApp
Provides application delivery services.
Server Connection
Provides full server access services for
administrators (XenApp servers only).
Sever Address
Type in the IP address / FQDN of the server through which XenDesktop
is accessible.
Username
Type in the user/account name used for authentication.
Password
Type in the password of the user account used for authentication.
Domain
Type in the domain of the server.
Type in the desktop group.
Desktop Group
in front of the field to discover available
NOTE: You can use the Search icon
desktop groups. For detailed instructions, please refer to “Connection
Type: XenDesktop” on page 91.
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Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a Citrix ICA session automatically or not when Windows
10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Citrix ICA
session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Citrix ICA session is ended. Four options are available:
Do nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Citrix ICA session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
Options sub-tab
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired color quality for a Citrix ICA
session. Three options are available: No preference, Better Speed (16-bit),
and Better Appearance (32-bit).
Requested Color Quality
Option
Description
No preference
No preference for a specific color quality.
Better Speed (16-bit)
The 16-bit color quality is used for better
display speed.
Better Appearance (32-bit)
The 32-bit color quality is used for better
desktop appearance.
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired window size of a Citrix ICA
session. Eight options are available: Default, Seamless, Full Screen,
640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, and 1600 x 1200.
NOTE: When the XenDesktop toolbar is enabled on the server side, you may not
be able to change the window size.
Window Size
NOTE: For more information about how to disable the XenDesktop toolbar,
please visit Citrix websites at support.citrix.com or www.citrix.com for
online help.
NOTE: In case that you don’t want to disable the toolbar, you can use the
toolbar or your mouse to resize the launched window if needed.
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Device Mapping
Item
Description
Mapping Local Drive
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local drive(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached drive(s) will become available in
launched Citrix ICA sessions.
Mapping Local Serial Ports
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local serial device(s)
in a Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached serial device(s) will become
available in launched Citrix ICA sessions.
Mapping local Printers
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local printer(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached printer(s) will become available
in launched Citrix ICA sessions.
Connection Settings
Item
Description
Network Protocol
Click the drop-down menu to select the protocol(s) used for connection. Three
options are available: TCP/IP, TCP/IP + HTTP server location, and
SSL/TLS + HTTPS server location.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or choose the desired sound
quality in a Citrix ICA session.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or to configure the quality
setting for audio playback in a Citrix ICA session. Four options are available:
High - high definition audio, Medium - optimized for speech, Low - for
low-speed connections, and Off.
Option
Description
High - high definition audio
Allows endpoint devices to play a sound
file at its native data transfer rate. This
is recommended for connections where
bandwidth is plentiful and sound quality is
important.
Medium - optimized for speech
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 64Kbps, resulting
in a moderate decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
speeches and recommended for most LANbased connections.
Low - for low-speed connections
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 16Kbps, resulting
in a significant decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
low-bandwidth connections, allowing
reasonable audio performance during a
low-speed connection.
Off
Disables audio playback in opened ICA
sessions.
Audio Quality
Encryption
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired encryption method. Five options
are available: Not configured, Basic, RC5 128 bit (login only), RC5 40 bit,
RC5 56 bit, RC5 128 bit.
Apply Windows key
combinations
Click the drop-down menu to select where to apply Windows key combinations.
Three options are available: On the local desktop, On the remote desktop,
In full screen desktops only.
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Settings for the Connection Type of XenApp
NOTE
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of Web Logon, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Web Logon” on page 101.
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of XenDesktop, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of XenDesktop” on page 103.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of Server Connection, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Server Connection” on page 109.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Session Name
Description
Type in the name for Citrix ICA sessions.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when XenApp is
selected.
Four connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Web Logon
Provides application, desktop, and content
access services through the interface of a
Web browser (Internet Explorer).
XenDesktop
Provides desktop delivery services.
XenApp
Provides application delivery services.
Server Connection
Provides full server access services for
administrators (XenApp servers only).
Sever Address
Type in the IP address / FQDN of the server through which XenApp is accessible.
Username
Type in the user/account name used for authentication.
Password
Type in the password of the user account used for authentication.
Type in the domain of the server.
Domain
NOTE: Type in the full computer/server name if your XenApp server doesn’t
belong to any domain.
Type in the application name.
Application Name
in front of the field to discover available
NOTE: You can use the Search icon
applications. For detailed instructions, please refer to “Connection Type:
XenApp” on page 93.
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Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a Citrix ICA session automatically or not when Windows
10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Citrix ICA
session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Citrix ICA session is ended. Four options are available:
Do nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Citrix ICA session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
Options Sub-tab
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired color quality for a Citrix ICA
session. Three options are available: No preference, Better Speed (16-bit),
and Better Appearance (32-bit).
Requested Color Quality
Window Size
Option
Description
No preference
No preference for a specific color quality.
Better Speed (16-bit)
The 16-bit color quality is used for better
display speed.
Better Appearance (32-bit)
The 32-bit color quality is used for better
desktop appearance.
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired window size of a Citrix ICA
session. Eight options are available: Default, Seamless, Full Screen,
640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, and 1600 x 1200.
Device Mapping
Item
Description
Mapping Local Drive
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local drive(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached drive(s) will become available in
launched Citrix ICA sessions through this connection.
Mapping Local Serial Ports
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local serial device(s)
in a Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached serial device(s) will become
available in launched Citrix ICA sessions.
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Mapping local Printers
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local printer(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached printer(s) will become available
in launched Citrix ICA sessions through this connection.
Connection Settings
Item
Description
Network Protocol
Click the drop-down menu to select the protocol(s) used for connection. Three
options are available: TCP/IP, TCP/IP + HTTP server location, and
SSL/TLS + HTTPS server location.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or choose the desired sound
quality in a Citrix ICA session.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or to configure the quality
setting for audio playback in a Citrix ICA session. Four options are available:
High - high definition audio, Medium - optimized for speech, Low - for
low-speed connections, and Off.
Option
Description
High - high definition audio
Allows endpoint devices to play a sound
file at its native data transfer rate. This
is recommended for connections where
bandwidth is plentiful and sound quality is
important.
Medium - optimized for speech
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 64Kbps, resulting
in a moderate decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
speeches and recommended for most LANbased connections.
Low - for low-speed connections
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 16Kbps, resulting
in a significant decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
low-bandwidth connections, allowing
reasonable audio performance during a
low-speed connection.
Off
Disables audio playback in opened ICA
sessions.
Audio Quality
Encryption
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired encryption method. Five options
are available: Not configured, Basic, RC5 128 bit (login only), RC5 40 bit,
RC5 56 bit, RC5 128 bit.
Apply Windows key
combinations
Click the drop-down menu to select where to apply Windows key combinations.
Three options are available: On the local desktop, On the remote desktop,
In full screen desktops only.
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Configuring Service Access Settings
Settings for the Connection Type of Server Connection
NOTE
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of Web Logon, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of Web Logon” on page 101.
• For descriptions of available settings for the connection type of XenDesktop, please
refer to “Settings for the Connection Type of XenDesktop” on page 103.
• For descriptions of settings for the connection type of XenApp, please refer to
“Settings for the Connection Type of XenApp” on page 106.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Session Name
Description
Type in the name for Citrix ICA sessions.
This table only provides descriptions for available settings when
Server Connection is selected.
Four connection types are available:
Connection Type
Option
Description
Web Logon
Provides application, desktop, and content
access services through the interface of a
Web browser (Internet Explorer).
XenDesktop
Provides desktop delivery services.
XenApp
Provides application delivery services.
Server Connection
Provides full server access services for
administrators (XenApp servers only).
Type in the IP address / URL / FQDN of the XenApp server.
Sever Address
NOTE: Server Connection only supports connections to XenApp servers.
Username
Type in the user/account name used for authentication.
Password
Type in the password of the user account used for authentication.
Type in the domain of the server.
Domain
NOTE: Type in the full computer/server name if the server doesn’t belong to any
domain.
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Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a Citrix ICA session automatically or not when Windows
10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the Citrix ICA
session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a Citrix ICA session is ended. Four options are available:
Do nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a Citrix ICA session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
Options Sub-tab
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired color quality for a Citrix ICA
session. Three options are available: No preference, Better Speed (16-bit),
and Better Appearance (32-bit).
Requested Color Quality
Window Size
Option
Description
No preference
No preference in a specific color quality.
Better Speed (16-bit)
The 16-bit color quality is used for better
display speed.
Better Appearance (32-bit)
The 32-bit color quality is used for better
desktop appearance.
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired window size of a Citrix ICA
session. Eight options are available: Default, Seamless, Full Screen,
640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, and 1600 x 1200.
Device Mapping
Item
Description
Mapping Local Drive
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local drive(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached drive(s) will become available in
launched Citrix ICA sessions through this connection.
Mapping Local Serial Ports
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local serial device(s)
in a Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached serial device(s) will become
available in launched Citrix ICA sessions.
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Mapping local Printers
Click the drop-down menu to enable/disable the mapping of the local printer(s) in a
Citrix ICA session. If Yes is selected, the locally attached printer(s) will become available
in launched Citrix ICA sessions through this connection.
Connection Settings
Item
Description
Network Protocol
Click the drop-down menu to select the protocol(s) used for connection. Three
options are available: TCP/IP, TCP/IP + HTTP server location, and
SSL/TLS + HTTPS server location.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or choose the desired sound
quality in a Citrix ICA session.
Click the drop-down menu to disable audio playback or to configure the quality
setting for audio playback in a Citrix ICA session. Four options are available:
High - high definition audio, Medium - optimized for speech, Low - for
low-speed connections, and Off.
Option
Description
High - high definition audio
Allows endpoint devices to play a sound
file at its native data transfer rate. This
is recommended for connections where
bandwidth is plentiful and sound quality is
important.
Medium - optimized for speech
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 64Kbps, resulting
in a moderate decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
speeches and recommended for most LANbased connections.
Low - for low-speed connections
Compresses any sounds sent to endpoint
devices to a maximum of 16Kbps, resulting
in a significant decrease in the quality
of the sound. This option is suitable for
low-bandwidth connections, allowing
reasonable audio performance during a
low-speed connection.
Off
Disables audio playback in opened ICA
sessions.
Audio Quality
Encryption
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired encryption method. Five options
are available: Not configured, Basic, RC5 128 bit (login only), RC5 40 bit,
RC5 56 bit, RC5 128 bit.
Apply Windows key
combinations
Click the drop-down menu to select where to apply Windows key combinations.
Three options are available: On the local desktop, On the remote desktop,
In full screen desktops only.
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4.5.9 Configuring Basic VMware View Connection Settings
The VMware View setting enables you to configure View connection settings for VMware View or Horizon View
desktop services and create shortcuts on the desktop and Start menu for service access. You can access on-demand
desktop services for work simply through these shortcuts.
NOTE
• For more information on VMware desktop virtualization solutions, please visit
VMware website at www.vmware.com.
NOTE
• You can also access VMware View or Horizon View services through the standard
desktop shortcut VMware Horizon View Client. For detailed instructions on how to
access services via the standard desktop shortcut, please refer to chapter 3 “Getting
Started” on page 17 or the Quick Start Guide for mt168W.
• The following sections will guide you through the steps of creating your own service
access shortcuts on the desktop.
To quickly configure VMware View connection settings, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > VMware View.
2. The View Connection list appears in the Configuration area.
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NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the View Connection list will be empty.
3. Click Add on the top of the View Connection list to add a new entry of View connection.
4. Type in the desired session name, and then click Save to confirm.
NOTE
• This is the only required field for the creation of a service access shortcut on the
desktop. Other data can be provided during the period of service access. Depending
on your needs, you might choose to type in more other data.
5. The new entry is added to the View Connection list and the access shortcut is created automatically
on the desktop.
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4.5.10 Accessing VMware View or Horizon View Services
To access VMware View or Horizon View services, please do the following:
1. Double click the created (customized) access shortcut on the desktop.
2. A window appears allowing you to add the name or IP address of the View Connection Server.
3. Double-click Add Server icon or click New Server in the top-left corner.
4. A window appears prompting for the name or IP address of the View Connection Server. Enter the required
information, and then click Connect.
5. A window may appear with a certificate message about the remote server. Consult your IT administrator for
details and ensure the connection is secure first. To bypass, click Continue.
6. A window may appear with a Welcome message. Click OK to continue.
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7. Provide your user name and password on the opened window, and then click Login.
8. A window appears with available desktops or applications for your credentials. Double-click to select the
desired desktop or application.
9. The desktop or application will be displayed on the screen.
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4.5.11 Configuring Advanced View Connection Settings
The table below provides a description of each setting item for View connections. Please refer to this table to
configure advanced settings and customize shortcuts on the desktop and Start menu for service access.
General Sub-tab
Server Settings
Item
Session Name
Description
Type in the name for VMware View or Horizon View sessions.
Type in the computer name or IP address of the View Connection Server.
Connection Server
NOTE: For more information on View Connection Sever, please visit VMware
website at www.vmware.com.
Port
Type in the port number used to communicate with the View Connection Server.
To use the default value, simply leave it blank.
Use secure connection (SSL)
Check/Uncheck to enable/disable secure connection.
Click to select whether to verify the identity of the remote server and whether
to connect to an untrusted server. Three options are available: Do not verify
server identity certificates, Warn before connecting to untrusted
servers, and Never connect to untrusted servers.
Certificate checking mode
Option
Description
Do not verify server
identity certificates
Do not verify the identity of the remote server
and connect to it anyway.
Warn before connecting to
untrusted servers
Warns and allows users to choose whether to
connect or not.
Never connect to
untrusted servers
Disallows untrusted connections.
Login Settings
Item
Description
Log in as current user
Check to log in to VMware View or Horizon View services with the current user
credentials. When checked, the User Name, Password, and Domain Name fields
will be grayed out.
User Name
Type in the user name for authentication.
Password
Type in the password for authentication.
Domain Name
Type in the domain name of the View Connection Sever.
Type in the desktop name. Or, leave it blank for users to select one.
Desktop Name
NOTE: If Manual is selected for the Display Protocol field below, this field will be
grayed out.
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Click the drop-down menu to select the display protocol. Three options are
available: Manual, Microsoft RDP, and PCoIP.
Display Protocol
Option
Description
Manual
Manually select the desired display protocol.
Microsoft RDP
Use Microsoft RDP as the display protocol.
PCoIP
Use VMware PCoIP as the display protocol.
Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a VMware View or Horizon View session automatically or
not when Windows 10 IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, when you log in to the system, the VMware View or Horizon
View session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a VMware View or Horizon View session is ended.
Four options are available: Do Nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and
Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do Nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a View or Horizon View session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
Options Sub-tab
Window Settings
Item
Description
Click the drop-down menu to select the desired display size of a View desktop.
Five options are available: Full Screen, Multi Monitor, Large Window,
and Small Window.
Display
Option
Description
Full Screen
Opens the selected View desktop in full screen.
Multi Monitor
Opens the selected View desktop in multiple displays.
Large Window
Opens the selected View desktop in a large window.
Small Window
Opens the selected View desktop in a small window.
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4.5.12 Configuring Web Browser Settings
The Web Browser setting item allows you to configure browser session settings and create shortcuts on the
desktop or Start menu for browser sessions.
Configuring General Browser Session Settings
To configure general browser session settings, please do the following:
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Web Browser > Global Setting.
2. Refer to the table below to set up home page, proxy, and automatic configuration settings, and then click
Save to apply.
Basic Settings
Item
Description
Home Page
Type in the URL of a Web page for quick access via the Home button.
Proxy Settings
Item
Description
Use a proxy server for your LAN
Check to use a proxy server in your local area network.
HTTP Proxy Server
Type in the IP address of the proxy server.
HTTP Proxy Port
Type in the communication port of the proxy server.
No Proxy For
Type in the IP address(es) to bypass the proxy server.
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Automatic Configuration
Item
Description
Automatically detect settings
Check to automatically detect browser settings.
Use automatic configuration
script
Check to allow automatic configuration and indicate the IP address where a
configuration file is located.
Address
Type in the IP address when Use automatic configuration script is selected.
Configuring Specific Browser Session Settings
To configure specific browser session settings and create shortcuts on the desktop and Start menu, please do
the following:
TIP
• You can use this feature to create a desktop shortcut for a specific web page, for
example, your intranet home page.
1. On Atrust Client Setup, click Applications > Web Browser.
2. The Browser Session list appears in the Configuration area.
NOTE
• If you haven’t create any entry, the Browser Session list will be empty.
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3. Click Add on the top of the Browser Session list.
4. On General sub-tab, type in the desired session name, the URL of the initial web page, and select other
settings if needed (refer to the table below for descriptions).
Common Settings
Item
Autostart When Startup
On Application Exit
Description
Select whether to open a browser session automatically or not when Windows 10
IoT Enterprise starts.
If Yes is selected, every time when you log in to the system, the browser
session will be opened automatically.
Select what to do when a browser session is ended. Four options are available:
Do Nothing, Restart Application, Reboot, and Shutdown.
Option
Description
Do Nothing
Returns to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise desktop.
Restart Application
Opens a browser session again.
Reboot
Restarts your thin client.
Shutdown
Turns off your thin client.
5. Click Save to confirm. The access shortcut will be created automatically on the desktop.
Appendices
This chapter provides instructions for the maintenance of your mt168W thin clients.
A.1 Resetting Your mt168W
How to reset your mt168W to the unmanaged state and its settings
under Atrust Client Setup to factory defaults
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A.2 Updating Firmware for Your mt168W
Four ways to update firmware for your mt168W
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A.1 Resetting Your mt168W
Reset Mode enables you to restore settings under Atrust Client Setup to the factory defaults. Additionally, it also
releases a managed mt168W from the management of Atrust Device Manager, a management console developed
by Atrust for remote and mass client management.
You can perform Reset Mode locally through Atrust Thin Client Menu.
NOTE
• You can also release a managed mt168W remotely from Atrust Device Manager.
For details, please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
To reset your mt168W, please do the following:
1. Restart your mt168W.
2. During the POST (Power-On Self-Test) period, press Esc on the keyboard to enter Atrust Thin Client Menu.
At rust Thin Client Menu
Normal boot
Reset Mode
Firmware Update
Reboot
Shutdown
NOTE
• Five options are available on Atrust Thin Client Menu: Normal boot, Reset Mode,
Firmware Update, Reboot, and Shutdown. See the table below for the
description of each option:
Menu Option
Description
Normal boot
Powers up your mt168W as the normal startup procedure.
Reset Mode
Resets Atrust Client Setup settings and remote management
status for your mt168W.
Firmware Update
Updates firmware for your mt168W through the network.
Reboot
Restarts your mt168W.
Shutdown
Powers off your mt168W.
3. Use arrow keys to select Reset Mode, and then press Enter to continue.
4. A message appears prompting you for confirmation. Type y to confirm.
5. Upon completion, press Enter to restart.
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Four ways are available to update firmware for your mt168W:
Method
Description
Atrust Thin Client Menu
USB Flash Drive
Downloads firmware from a remote computer and updates firmware for your thin client.
Updates firmware with a USB flash drive created by Recovery USB Disk Creator.
Atrust Client Setup
Initiates firmware update locally on the thin client with the help of Atrust Client Setup.
Atrust Device Manger
Initiates firmware update remotely on the remote computer with Atrust Device Manager.
Using Atrust Thin Client Menu
To update firmware using Atrust Thin Client Menu, please do the following:
1. Connect your thin client to the network, and then restart it.
2. During the POST (Power-On Self-Test) period, press Esc on the keyboard to enter Atrust Thin Client Menu.
3. Select Firmware Update and then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the task.
NOTE
• You need to specify the IP address of the firmware server over the network. A
firmware server is the server where Atrust Device Manager is installed and client
firmware files are imported through Atrust Device Manager.
• For more information about Atrust Device Manager, please refer to the User’s
Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
Using a USB Flash Drive
To update firmware using a USB flash drive created by Recovery USB Disk Creator, please do the following:
NOTE
• For instructions on how to create a USB flash drive using Recovery USB Disk Creator,
please refer to the Quick Guide for USB Creator.
1. Plug the USB flash drive, and then restart your thin client.
2. During the POST period, press F7 to enter the Boot Device menu.
3. Select the USB flash drive on that menu to enter Atrust Thin Client Recovery System screen.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the task.


Using Atrust Client Setup
To update firmware using Atrust Client Setup, please refer to section “4.2.5 Updating Firmware from the
Management Computer” on page 40.
Using Atrust Device Manager
To update firmware using Atrust Device Manager, please refer to the User’s Manual for Atrust Device Manager.
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Specifications

Specifications
Atrust mt168W mobile thin client
Processor
System Memory
Flash Memory
Display
Keyboard / Touchpad
Sound
I/O interfaces
Networking
AC Adapter
Battery Pack
Operating system
Supported Protocols
Management
Security
Dimensions
Weight
Environment
Intel® Celeron® N2807, Dual-core, 1.58 GHz
4 GB DDR3
16 GB mSATA (Optional: 32 / 64 GB)
Type: 11.6” 16:9 Glare
Maximum Resolution: 1366 x 768
Color Depth: 18-bit (262,144 color tones for each RGB color)
Keyboard: 87 keys
Touchpad: 2-button Glide pad
Built-in speakers
Left side:
Right side:
1 x VGA
1 x DC IN
1 x RJ-45
1 x USB 3.0
2 x USB 2.0
10/100/1000 Mb Ethernet
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
INPUT: 100-240 V, ~2.5 A, 50-60 Hz
OUTPUT: 19 V, 2.1 A, 40 W
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
11.1 V, 2800 mAh, 31 Wh
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
1 x Microphone port
1 x Headphone port
Microsoft RDP with RemoteFX / Citrix ICA with HDX / VMware PCoIP
Atrust Client Setup / Atrust Device Manager
Kensington security slot
(W)297 x (D)193 x (H)36 mm
1.18 kg (approx.)
Operating Temperature:
Non-operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity (Rh):
Non-operating Humidity (Rh):
0° C ~ 35° C
-30° C ~ 60° C
10% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
5% ~ 95%
Display and base:
1 x Built-in microphone
2 x Built-in speaker
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