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Reimaging Wyse C10LE thin client

Posted on 2013-06-12
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Does any one know how i reimage Wyse c10le thinclients?

i have just bought a pile of them 2nd hand to replace our ancient 1200le's

when i have powered up the c10le, there is no way of resetting back to factory settings - unless i have missed it somewhere?

im told i will need to install Wyse Device Manager (WDM) i have a trial version that im just installing at the moment, is this the only way to configure these clients?

all i need to set is ip, an rdp server settings thats it!
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Hold or "tap" the "G" key on the keyboard and as you are powering on the device. It should then give you the factory default info.
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Fantastico!

i had already tried the "G" button trick but it never worked

tried it again after your suggestion an it worked a charm

thanks
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You are very welcome!
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