Use the System Tools
dialog box (Extract CMOS Settings to a USB Key for Distribution). It also allows you to view
wnos.ini cached information for troubleshooting purposes.
) to configure Trace and
Event log settings, Performance Monitor graphs (graphs that display client CPU,
Memory, and Networking information), and for CMOS management (extract and
restore cmos settings as described in
Figure 3. System Tools
Use the Trace and
Write Event log options on the General tab to configure the settings you want
(be sure to enable the EnableTrace option of the Privilege parameter in a
wnos.ini file - see
Reference Guide for Cisco Virtual Experience Client 2112/2212
Use the Network
Capture to USB option on the General tab to enable the capture of network
information (a network trace of all traffic coming in and out of the zero
client) to a USB drive that is inserted into the zero client (after logon and
use of the XenDesktop server or network, you will see a WTOS_WS.pcap file in
the USB drive which you can analyze using software such as a packet analyzer
used for network troubleshooting, analysis, and so on).
Be sure to insert
the USB drive into the zero client before selecting the Network Capture to USB
option. Note that the Network Capture to USB option is automatically cleared if
there is no USB drive inserted and you exit the dialog box, or after restarting
the zero client (if needed, you must select the option again).
Use the Performance
Monitor button on the General tab to display client CPU, Memory, and Networking
information (graphs display on top of all windows).
Use the Device
Viewer tab to display all the locally attached devices, including USB, Serial,
and Parallel on applicable platforms. The Device Viewer button was previously
found in the Devices tab of the System Information dialog box.
The Mirror File
Server tab has been removed from the System Tools dialog box as it can now be
viewed in the Device Viewer tab.
Figure 4. Device Viewer
If you are using
global INI files, use the Global INI tab to view wnos.ini information.
Figure 5. Global INI
If you are using
username INI files, use the user.ini tab to view user.ini information.
Figure 6. user.ini