Wyse & Windows Embedded Standard (WES7, WE8S)

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Wyse 5470 User configuration settings

I am currently working on a large amount of thin client - which should be taken home and connect to their own home WiFi-network. The problem that I have is that we cannot disable the write filter, let the users connect to their WiFi and enable it back again. Summary of this is that none of the user configurations are saved. Exactly the same problem with display settings.

I found this article that tells me exactly what commands I should use to exclude the Wifi profiles from being deleted by the UWF: https://www.dell.com/support/article/nl-be/sln321410/how-to-add-wyse-unified-write-filter-exclusions...

When I do this, while installing it gives me an error: There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper. Googled it and tried to start and restart services, that should fix the problem but it didn't solve it.

I am using Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB on a Wyse 5470.

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Hi, we're on the same version (Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB) on 5470s and have the same problem.  Our issue is also with configuring customization of a Wi-Fi profile and also monitor configuration.  Did you end up finding a fix for this?  Thanks!

 

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We did find that Wi-Fi profiles are able to be saved perfectly in Windows 10 2019 LTSC.  The problem is it is only available as an upgrade to Cloudbooks that were ordered from Dell within a certain time frame.  If you aren't grandfathered in to that free upgrade you have to purchase it for $89.99 per 5470 Cloudbook.  Here is a doc on how to determine if your 5470 is eligible (if you upgrade and it's not eligible they place a watermark on the display which appears a few hours after every reboot).  Updating from Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2016 LTSB to Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019 LTSC Release Not...

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