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Wyse terminal running VNC


notebook, and two persons on white backgroundThe majority of Wyse Thin Clients run a version of VNC to permit remote administrators to interact with the otherwise Thin operating system. This is important since traditional remote control tools such as RDP or perhaps a remote access too such as Kayesa or N-Able cannot install an agent.

You can perform a “shadow” operation while using the Wyse Device Manager (WDM), however the underlying access is VNC. All you need to know is the IP address and password. The following is the default passwords. Obviously, it should be on your priority list to change this:

1 series terminals (WTOS/Blazer) password or Password
3 Series terminals (Windows CE) password or Password
5 Series terminals (Linux) winterm, password or Password
8 Series terminals (Windows NTe) Administrator
9 Series terminals (Windows XPe) Wyse
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