The Information page lets you see details about the device. The Administrative Web Interface shows version, vital product data (VPD), and attached device information. The OSD lets you view the device version information.
The Version page allows you to view hardware and firmware version details.
The following figures are for example purposes only. Your build numbers may differ.
Figure 1. Version Web Page
Figure 2. OSD: Version
Table 1 Version Parameters
This is vital product information provisioned by the factory to uniquely identify each client.
MAC Address: Client unique MAC address
Unique Identifier: Client unique identifier
Serial Number: Client unique serial number
Firmware Part Number: Part number of the current firmware
Hardware Version: Client hardware version number
This information reflects the current firmware details.
Firmware Version: Version of the current firmware
Firmware Build ID: Revision code of the current firmware
Firmware Build Date: Build date for the current firmware
PCoIP Processor Revision
The silicon revision of the PCoIP processor. Revision B of the silicon is denoted by a 1.0.
This information reflects the current firmware bootloader details:
Bootloader Version: Version of the current bootloader
Bootloader Build ID: Revision code of the current bootloader
Bootloader Build Date: Build date of the current bootloader
Attached devices display
The Attached Devices page lets you see the type and status of the monitor and USB hardware currently attached to the client.
Figure 3. Attached Devices Web Page
Table 2 Attached Devices Page Statistics
This section displays the model, status, mode, resolution, serial number, vendor identification (VID), product identification (PID), and date of the monitor attached to each port. The first line is for monitor 1. The second line is for monitor 2.
This section displays the port mode, model, status, device class, subclass, protocol, vendor identification (VID), and product identification (PID) of the USB device attached to the client.
USB Device Status
The possible status options include:
Not Connected: No device is connected.
Not in Session: The device is detected outside of a PCoIP session.
Not Initialized: The device is detected in a PCoIP session but the virtual machine has not initialized the device.
Failed Authorized: The device is detected in a PCoIP session but is not authorized.
Locally Connected: The device is detected and authorized but locally terminated in a PCoIP session (for example, a local cursor).
Connected: The device is detected and authorized in a PCoIP session.