Menu path: Setup > User Interface > Screen > Access Control
In this area, you can control access to the screen. Thin client access control is enabled by default.
Disable console switching
☑ Access to your terminal screen is possible from any UNIX host. You can no longer access the console using [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F11] or [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F12].
☐ You can access the console using [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F11] or [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F12]. (default)
☑ Access to this display from other computers will be controlled. This access control is enabled by default. (default)
Disable TCP connections
☐ All TCP connections to the display are prohibited. Only local applications are displayed. The xhost mechanism no longer functions.
This parameter is ignored if XDMCP is configured.
☑ You can grant specific users permanent remote access to the thin client:
- Click on Calculate.
A 32-digit key will appear in the X-Key field.
- Enter this key in the Xauthority file on the user’s computer.
List of trusted X hosts
Here, you can approve specific computers for console access:
- Click on the Add button to open the entry mask.
- Give the name of the remote host (not the IP address) you would like to add.
- Confirm this by clicking OK.
The computer will be entered in the list.