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Dell Wyse ThinOS Version 9.0 Operating System Release Notes


Important notes

  • It is recommended that you configure the Wyse Management Suite settings before you check in the thin client to the Wyse Management Suite server. This is because, the device gets full configurations from the Wyse Management Suite when it is checked in to the Wyse Management Suite server.
  • When the device is checked in to Wyse Management Suite, all configurations are pushed from the Wyse Management Suite server to the client and the local settings are discarded.
  • When the device is not checked in to Wyse Management Suite, the Admin Policy Tool settings are pushed to the client side.
  • When you change any device settings on the ThinOS User Interface (UI), the modified settings are automatically synced to Admin Policy Tool.
  • You can configure both Wyse Management Suite and Admin Policy Tool to manage any device settings. After the device reboot or recheck in to Wyse Management Suite, the device settings from Wyse Management Suite take priority and override the Admin Policy Tool settings
  • You cannot downgrade the ThinOS firmware from 9.0 to 8.6 using Wyse Management Suite. You must use the Dell Wyse USB Imaging Tool to install the ThinOS 8.6 image.
  • It is not recommended to configure resource files such as packages and firmware in Select group. The Select group feature is used to set different broker settings for different login user groups.
  • If you are using the Device Security White List Policy setting, you must first specify Hub in the Class field by adding a row. If you do not add Hub to White list, all USB devices are inaccessible when connected to the thin client.
  • When you set the White List or the Black List in the Device Security policy, it is not recommended to set Vendor and Product ID and Class simultaneously in the same row. However, if you configure both options simultaneously in the same row, the device first checks the Vendor and Product ID followed by the Class list.
  • When you use the Device Security policy to define the class name of the White and Black list, it is recommended to use any of the supported class names—Interface_Descriptions, Audio, CDC_control, HID, Physical, Image, Printer, MASS_STORAGE, Hub, CDC_Data, Smart_Card, Content_Security, Video, Personal_Healthcare, Audio_Video, Billboard, Type-C, Diagnostic_Device, Wireless, Miscellaneous, Application, and VendorSpecific.
  • When you configure the Bluetooth, Wallpaper, Audio, Serial port, and Device Security settings using the Admin Policy Tool, ensure that you restart the thin client for settings to take effect.
  • If you want to redirect your iPhone devices, ensure that you clear both Exclude disk devices and Exclude audio devices check boxes in the Global Connection Settings window.
  • If you want to redirect or map your Android smartphones in a desktop session, ensure that you select the Use USB for Transferring images option on your smartphone. Do not select the Use USB for Transferring media files option.
  • If you want to use a mapped printer in the ICA session, ensure that your printer supports the Post-Script format.
  • If both IPv4 and IPv6 are enabled in the remote session, ensure that you enable both IPv4 and IPv6 options on your thin client.

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