You can change various settings and enable local directories.
- Enable sound
- Audio output will be forwarded from the server to the thin client. The audio data can then be played back via the built-in loudspeaker or the headset.
- Audio output will not be forwarded to the thin client. (default)
- Redirect serial port
- The serial port data will be forwarded from the thin client to the server. The serial port can be used in the ThinLinc session.
- The serial port data will not be forwarded to the server. (default)
- Enable printer
- The local printer can be used in the ThinLinc session. (default)
- The local printer cannot be used in the ThinLinc session.
- Enable smartcard readers
- The server has access to the thin client’s local smartcard reader.
- The server does not have access to the local smartcard reader. (default)
- Enable drive access
- The server has access to local directories. These directories can be selected in the Exported Paths and Permissions area.
- The server does not have access to local directories. (default)
Exported Paths and Permissions
To edit the list, proceed as follows:
- Click on to create a new entry.
- Click on to remove the selected entry.
- Click on to edit the selected entry.
- Click on to copy the selected entry.
To select a local directory for server-side access, proceed as follows:
- Click on .
- In the Path field, enter the local directory path. Example: /userhome
- Select the Permission that the server is to have for the directory.
- Read only: The server has read rights for the directory but no write rights.
- Read/write: The server has read and write rights for the directory.
- Disabled: The server has no read rights and no write rights for the directory.
If you set a directory to “Disabled”, ensure that it is not a sub-directory of a directory for which the server has read or write rights.
- Click on Ok.