Menu path: Structure Tree > Thin Clients
In the Thin Clients area, you can manage end devices registered on the UMS server. All devices registered on the UMS server are shown.
The name of a thin client shown in the structure tree is used for identification in the UMS and does not need to be identical to the name of the thin client in the network. The name shown in the structure tree does not need to be unique and can be used a number of times.
The unit ID serves as a unique identifier. With IGEL thin clients, IGEL zero clients, devices with the IGEL UDC and devices with the IGEL UMA, the unit ID is assigned the MAC address of the device.
You can structure the Thin Clients area by creating directories and, possibly, sub-directories. When doing so, you should bear in mind that each thin client can only be shown once in the structure tree. You can move a thin client by dragging and dropping it from one directory to another.
The symbols in the structure tree show the status of a thin client:
With UD Pocket, the status icons differ from the icons described below.
When the device is connected via IGEL Cloud Gateway (ICG), a cloud symbol iconis added to the device .
The thin client is online.
The thin client is offline.
Changes were not yet transferred to the thin client (possible with all statuses).
The thin client will show the logon screen (if configured).
The thin client will receive an update.
The UMS has no license for the thin client.
The thin client has never been registered.
The UMS monitors the status of the thin clients by regularly sending UDP packets. In accordance with the preset, this occurs every 3 seconds. You can specify the interval for the online check in the Misc > Settings > Online Check menu. You can also update the status manually.