Administration

Table of Contents

12. Accessing Client Resources from the ThinLinc session
12.1. Accessing the Clients Local Drives
12.1.1. Introduction
12.1.2. Mounting and Unmounting Local Drives
12.1.3. Accessing local drives from Windows Remote Desktop Servers
12.1.4. Mounting Drives at Login
12.1.5. Limitations and additional information
12.2. Using Serial Port redirection
12.2.1. Introduction
12.2.2. Requirements
12.2.3. Enabling Serial Port Redirection
12.2.4. Accessing the redirected port from applications
12.2.5. Limitations and additional information
12.3. Using Sound Device Redirection
12.3.1. Introduction
12.3.2. Requirements
12.3.3. Using sound redirection with Linux applications
12.3.4. Using sound redirection with Windows Remote Desktop Servers
12.3.5. Limitations and additional information
12.4. Using Smart Card Redirection
12.4.1. Introduction
12.4.2. Requirements
12.4.3. Enabling Smart Card Redirection
12.4.4. Limitations and additional information
13. Commands on the ThinLinc Server
14. Server Configuration
14.1. Configuring ThinLinc Servers in a Cluster
14.1.1. Configuration Options
14.1.2. Cluster Management
14.2. Server Configuration Parameters
14.2.1. Parameters in /vsmagent/
14.2.2. Parameters in /vsmserver/
14.2.3. Parameters in /vsm/
14.2.4. Parameters in /appservergroups/
14.2.5. Parameters in /sessionstart/
14.2.6. Parameters in /tlwebadm/
14.2.7. Parameters in /webaccess/
14.3. Configuring Logging on ThinLinc servers
14.3.1. ThinLinc server components
14.3.2. Per-Session Logging
14.4. Customizing the User's Session
14.4.1. Session startup - the big picture
14.4.2. Session startup on VSM Agent
14.4.3. Profiles and the standard xstartup.default file.
14.4.4. Session Startup with a Client Supplied Start Program
14.4.5. Configuring available profiles
14.4.6. Configuring different Linux Desktops based on the selected profile
14.4.7. Speeding up Session Startup
14.4.8. Configuring the language environment on the server based on the client language
14.4.9. Forcing sessions for some users to certain agent hosts
14.5. Limiting Lifetime of ThinLinc Sessions
15. Shadowing
15.1. Introduction
15.2. Disable shadowing feature
15.3. Granting shadowing access to users
15.4. Shadowing notification
15.5. Shadowing a user session
16. Hiveconf
16.1. Overview
16.1.1. Basic Syntax
16.1.2. Tree Structure
16.1.3. Mounting Datasources
16.1.4. Hostwide Configuration
16.1.5. Hiveconf Tools
16.2. Hiveconf and ThinLinc
16.2.1. The ThinLinc Configuration Tool - tl-config
17. Administration of ThinLinc using the Web Administration Interface
17.1. Introduction
17.2. Configuring tlwebadm
17.3. Modules
17.3.1. The System Health Module
17.3.2. The Status Module
17.3.3. The VSM Module
17.3.4. The Profiles Module
17.3.5. The Locations Module
17.3.6. The Desktop Customizer Module
17.3.7. The Application Servers Module
18. Building Custom Linux Desktops with the ThinLinc Desktop Customizer
18.1. Introduction
18.2. Using the ThinLinc Desktop Customizer
18.2.1. Concepts
18.2.2. Using the ThinLinc Desktop Customizer
18.2.3. Handling Applications
18.2.4. Defining a Menu Structure
18.2.5. Defining Application Groups
18.2.6. Distribute Configuration to all agent hosts
18.3. Enabling the Custom Desktops for users
18.4. Tips & Tricks with TLDC
18.4.1. Unwanted Icons on the Desktop with KDE
18.4.2. File Associations for Applications Not In the Menu
18.4.3. Home Icon not Working in KDE?