Wyse Management Suite server (includes repository for application and operating system images)
Optional—Additional Wyse Management Suite repository servers (repositories for additional images, applications, and AD authentication)
Optional—HTTPS certificate from a Certificate Authority such as www.geotrust.com/.
To set up the Wyse Management Suite on a private cloud, the following requirements must be met:
Install a supported server operating system on one or more server machines.
Ensure that the systems are up-to-date with current Microsoft service packs, patches, and updates.
Ensure that the latest version of the supported browser is installed.
Obtain administrator rights and credentials on all systems involved with the installations.
For the Pro features, obtain a valid Wyse Management Suite license. Standard edition does not require a license.
By default, the Wyse Management Suite imports the self-signed SSL certificate that is generated during the installation to secure communication between the client and the Wyse Management Suite server. If you do not import a valid certificate for your Wyse Management Suite server, a security warning message is displayed when you access the Wyse Management Suite from a machine other than the server where it is installed. This warning message appears because the self-signed certificate generated during installation is not signed by a Certificate Authority such as geotrust.com.
You can skip this screen and complete this setup or make changes later in the console by logging in to the Wyse Management Suite private cloud and importing from the Portal Administration page.