Menu path: Navigation Tree > Thin Clients > [Directories] > [Name of the thin client]
This area shows up-to-date information regarding the selected thin client.
Setup and startup
IGEL Cloud Gateway
Expiry date of the maintenance subscription
Last start time
Network name at last restart
Runtime since last restart
Runtime since setup and startup
Battery Level: The battery level is shown on mobile devices. The display can be updated by clicking on . This function is available from Linux version 10.03.100. The frequency at which the device sends details of the current battery level to the UMS can be set via the setup; further information can be found under Battery Level Control.
CPU speed (MHz)
Size of the flash memory (MB)
Graphic chipset 1
Graphics memory 1 (MB)
Graphic chipset 2
Graphics memory 2 (MB)
Operating system type
Serial number of the device
Template definition check
Manufacturer of monitor 1
Model of monitor 1
Serial number of monitor 1
Size of monitor 1 (inches)
Native resolution of monitor 1
Date of manufacture of monitor 1
Manufacturer of monitor 2
Model of monitor 2
Serial number of monitor 2
Size of monitor 2 (inches)
Native resolution of monitor 2
Date of manufacture of monitor 2
In this area, the features available on the thin client are listed.
Windows updates and hotfixes
In this area, the Windows updates and hotfixes installed on the thin client are listed.
In this area, the partial updates installed on the thin client are listed. This information is available from IGEL Universal Desktop W7 Version 3.12.100 and IGEL Universal Management SuiteVersion 5.03.100.
The following information regarding partial updates is shown.
User login history:
Specific types of user login can be logged in the UMS.
The user logins are logged if the following options are enabled:
Thin client or profile: System > Remote Administration > Logging > Log login and logout events checkbox
UMS: UMS Administration > Misc Settings > Enable user logon history checkbox
If logging is enabled, the following information is saved:
The following login types can be logged in the UMS: