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Dell Wyse ThinOS Version 8.5 Administrator’s Guide

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Configuring the general display settings

To configure the general display settings:
  1. From the desktop menu, click System Setup, and then click Display.
    The Display dialog box is displayed.
  2. Click the General tab, and use the following guidelines:
    General tab
    1. Select best display setting on DDC monitor—If the monitor is VESA DDC2B (Display Data Channel) compatible, selection of this option allows the thin client to automatically select the best resolution and refresh rate.

      If your monitor is not DDC compatible, then Monitor does not support Plug and Play message is displayed. Click OK to acknowledge the message and remove it from the screen.

    2. DDC table— If the monitor is VESA DDC2B (Display Data Channel) compatible, selection of this option allows you to select the resolution and refresh rate you want from the list.
    3. User defined display setting— Select this option and select the resolution and refresh rate supported by your monitor. All combinations are allowed.
      Resolutions include:

      640 x 480 (not on Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS—T10D)

      800 x 600 (not on Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS—T10D)

      1024 x 768

      1152 x 864

      1280 x 720

      1280 x 768 (not on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS—T10)

      1280 x 1024

      1360 x 768 (not on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS and Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS—T class)

      1366 x 768

      1368 x 768 (not on Wyse 3010 thin client with ThinOS and Wyse 3020 thin client with ThinOS—T class)

      1400 x 1050

      1440 x 900

      1600 x 900

      1600 x 1200

      1680 x 1050

      1920 x 1080

      1920 x 1200

      1920 x 1440

      2560 x 1080

      2560 x 1440

      2560 x 1600

      3840 x 2160

    4. Rotation —Select a rotation option; either None, Left turn 90 degrees, or Right turn 90 degrees.
    5. Desktop Color— Only 32 bit is permitted from ThinOS 8.2. This value is selected by default.
    6. Usage Help — This section contains brief instructions for using the Display dialog box and running the test. No operator entry can be made in this box.

      Make note of the instructions in the area, regarding v-key reset usage in case of display failure.

  3. Click OK to save the settings.
Supported monitor resolutions—The following table lists the tested monitor resolutions:
Table 1. Supported monitor resolutionsThe following table lists the tested monitor resolutions.
Monitor resolutionsWyse 5060 thin clientWyse 3040 thin client
640 x 480SupportedSupported
800 x 600SupportedSupported
1024 x 768SupportedSupported
1152 x 864SupportedSupported
1280 x 720SupportedSupported
1280 x 768SupportedSupported
1280 x 1024SupportedSupported
1360 x 768SupportedSupported
1366 x 768SupportedSupported
1368 x 768SupportedSupported
1400 x 1050SupportedSupported
1440 x 900SupportedSupported
1600 x 900SupportedSupported
1600 x 1200SupportedSupported
1680 x 1050SupportedSupported
1920 x 1080SupportedSupported
1920 x 1200SupportedSupported
2560 x 1080SupportedSupported
2560 x 1440SupportedSupported
2560 x 1600SupportedSupported
3440 x 1440SupportedNot Supported
3840 x 2160–Dual 4KSupported

Dual 3840 x 2160 is supported with Dual Display ports for 30 Hz display refresh rate.

Not Supported
For information about the tested monitors, see the latest Dell Wyse ThinOS Release Notes.

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