As a user or administrator you can interact with your Cisco VXC clients through the embedded HTTPS web interface (the Administrative Web Interface) and On Screen Display (OSD). To minimize the total learning curve and maximize the accessibility, the web interface and OSD are organized as similarly as possible and are structured in a task-oriented fashion.
The Administrative Web Interface and the OSD let you configure the client through the GUI. With the OSD, messages appear overlaid on the user display as required.
This document describes the interface for Cisco VXC Clients running PCoIP. This document does not describe the Administrative Web Interface for PCoIP software integrated into products such as VMware View.
The configuration features are also available through some connection brokers and the Cisco VXC Manager console (standard snap-in to the Microsoft Management Console used to manage multiple PCoIP endpoints). These features are not described in this guide. For more information on the Cisco VXC Manager, see the Administration Guide for Cisco VXC Manager.
The Administrative Web Interface and OSD have various menus and pages. The following tables list each the pages according to their menus as well as if they are available in the Administrative Web Interface, OSD, or both.
Many of the pages available from the OSD include a subset of parameters that are available in the Administrative Web Interface.
Table 1 Configuration Menu
Web, OSD, or Both
In the OSD, this page is available from the Options > User Settings menu.