The following utilities are affected by logging off, restarting, and shutting down the thin client device:
Unified Write Filter—After you turn on the system, the Unified Write Filter utility starts automatically. Dell recommends you to use the UWF as described in the Microsoft documentation. For more information, see www.microsoft.com, and navigate to the Unified Write Filter documentation.
NetXClean Utility—NetXClean is a clean-up utility that keeps extraneous information from being stored on the flash memory. Clean-up is triggered automatically on restart, shut-down, or user log-off. If you want to keep certain profile configurations, for example, printers, configure the NetXClean to refrain from cleaning up any number of explicitly declared profiles. For more information about NetXClean, see Before configuring your thin clients , and Understanding the NetXClean utility .
Power Management—A Monitor Saver turns off the video signal to the monitor, allowing the monitor to enter a power-saving mode after a designated idle time. To access the power settings, go to Start > Control Panel > Power Options.
Wake-on-LAN—This feature discovers all thin clients connected to your LAN, and enables you to wake them by clicking a button. For example, to perform image updates and remote administration functions on devices that have been shut down or are on standby. To use this feature, the thin client power must be turned on.