Menu path: Setup > Security > Logon > Active Directory / Kerberos
In this area, you can enable local login to the thin client via the Kerberos protocol. Active Directory/Kerberos must be configured, see Active Directory/Kerberos.
- Login to Active Directory domain
☑ You can log in to the thin client via Active Directory.
☐ You cannot log in to the thin client via Active Directory. (Default)
☑ You can log in with a user name and password. (Default)
☐ You cannot log in with a user name and password. If logging in with a smartcard is set up, you can log in with a smartcard.
- Remember last user name
☑ The login dialog will be prepopulated with the last user name that logged on. Explicit must be enabled for this.
☐ The login dialog will not be prepopulated. (Default)
☑ You can log in using a smartcard.
☐ You cannot log in using a smartcard. (Default)
- Smartcard removal action: Specifies what action is performed when the smartcard via which the user is logged in is removed.
- Log off: The user is logged off from the thin client.
- Lock thin client: The screen is locked.
Logout Shortcut Locations
The start options for the logoff function are specified here.
☑ The session can be launched from the start menu.
☑ The session can be launched with the Application Launcher.
☑ The session can be launched with a program launcher on the desktop.
☑ The session can be launched with the quick start panel.
☑ The session can be launched with the start menu's system tab.
☑ The session can be launched with the Application Launcher's system tab.
☑ The session can be launched with the desktop context menu.
- None: No password is requested when launching the session.
- Administrator: The administrator password is requested when launching the session.
- User: The user password is requested when launching the session.
- Setup user: The setup user's password is requested when launching the session.
☑ The session can be started with a hotkey. A hotkey consists of one or more modifiers and a key.
Do not use [AltGr] as a modifier (represented as
Mod5). Otherwise, the key that is configured as a hotkey with AltGr cannot be used as a regular key anymore. Example: If you configure [AltGr] + [E] as a hotkey, it is impossible to enter an "e".
These are the pre-defined modifiers and the associated key symbols:
- (No modifier) =
- [Ctrl] =
When this keyboard key is used as a modifier, it is represented as
Mod4; when it is used as a key, it is represented as
- [Alt] =
Key combinations are formed as follows with
- Ctrl +
xev -event keyboard. Press the key to be used for the hotkey. The text in brackets that begins with
keysymcontains the key symbol for the Key field. Example:
(keysym 0xff09, Tab)