Menu path: Sessions > Appliance Mode > XDMCP for this Display
If this session type is selected, the thin client acts as an XDMCP client.
Connection type: The type of the connection.
- Indirect via localhost: At startup, the thin client generates a list of found XDMCP hosts. The user can select a host.
- Indirect: At startup, a list of XDMCP hosts is displayed. This list is generated by the server specified under Name or IP of the server. The user can select a host.
- Direct: The login mask of the host specified under Name or IP of the server is displayed.
- Broadcast: The thin client starts a broadcast request. The login mask of that XDMCP host is displayed which is the first to respond to the broadcast request.
Name or IP of server: The name or IP of the XDMCP server.
Enable hotkeys for XDMCP Display: Defines whether hotkeys are managed by the thin client or the host.
☑ Hotkeys are managed by the thin client. When the user enters a shortcut key that is defined as a hotkey on the thin client, it starts the appropriate action. The input is not forwarded to the server. (Default)
☐ Hotkeys are not managed by the thin client. Almost all keyboard shortcuts are forwarded to the server. The hotkey [Ctrl + Alt + s] for opening the IGEL setup can still be used, provided that this hotkey is activated under Accessories > Setup.