Menu path: Setup > 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.