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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Windows Desktop Management Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Logging In to a VM Using a TC

Logging In to a VM Using a TC

Scenarios

If domain authentication is performed for user login, you can log in to your VM from a thin client (TC) by using any of the following:

  • A cloud client
  • A connection manager
NOTE:
  • The initial configuration described in this section needs to be performed only once on each terminal device.
  • The data required for the initial configuration and specific configuration procedure can be customized based on the actual situation.
  • For details about how to configure a TC, see the user manual delivered with the TC.

Procedure

Determine the login mode.

  1. Determine the login mode.

    • To log in from a cloud client, go to Step 2.
    • To log in from a connection manager, go to Step 6.

Log in from a cloud client.
NOTE:
  • The automatic login function stores usernames and encrypted passwords in the server address configuration file. The encrypted passwords vary according TCs. That is, the encrypted passwords generated on different TCs for the same password are different.
  • When the configuration file that contains automatic login information is pushed by a patch, the encrypted password is invalid on other TCs.
  • After automatic login fails, the login page is displayed on the client. If you enter the correct account and password and log in, the account password is automatically saved to the current server configuration and a new account password will be used in the next automatic login.
  1. Perform initial configuration.

    NOTE:

    The cloud clients on TCs are installed by performing the client upgrade. For details, see Terminal Management > Upgrading Clients in FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 System Management Guide.

    • Configure the local IP address for the TC.
    • Configure or select the cloud server address.
      1. On the TC OS, choose Start > CloudClient.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click New.
      3. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Name and Address and click OK.
        NOTE:
        • Set Address to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or service plane IP address of the WI server. For FQDN, you need to configure the DNS server address.
        • Click Advanced, select Enable automatic login to FusionAccess Desktop, and set related parameters to configure automatic login for the TC.
      4. Click Quit.
    • Configure the IP address or domain name of the clock source server.

  1. On the TC OS, choose Start > CloudClient to run the cloud client.
  2. Enter the correct username and password, and press Enter.
  3. Click the VM icon to log in to the virtual desktop.
Log in from a connection manager.

Ensure that the network connection between the TC and the VM is normal.

  1. Perform initial configuration based on initial configuration data and procedures.

    • Configure the local IP address for the TC.
    • Configure or select the cloud server address. The configuration process varies with terminals. The following uses the CT6200 as an example.
      1. On the TC OS, choose Start > Connection Manager.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Add.
      3. Set Connection Type to RDP and click Next.
      4. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Session Name and Server address and click OK.
      NOTE:
      • Set Server address to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or service plane IP address of the WI server. For FQDN, you need to configure the DNS server address.
      • Select Automatic Login and set related parameters to configure automatic login for the TC.
      1. Close the Connection Manager dialog box.
    • Configure the domain name or IP address of the clock source server.

  1. Select the newly created RDP connection and click Connect.
  1. Enter the correct username and password, and press Enter.
  2. Click the VM icon to log in to the virtual desktop.
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