AutoLogin is disabled by default (AutoLogin=no). If enabled, the AutoLogin feature automatically logs the user in as the Default User, unless you cancel the AutoLogin before the CountDown interval expires. You can cancel AutoLogin by pressing the ESC key.
To enable the AutoLogin feature, change the AutoLogin parameter in the wlx.ini file to AutoLogin=yes. For more information about how to edit the wlx.ini file, or about the AutoLogin or Countdown parameters, see the INI reference guide for the thin client.
If you enable AutoLogin, the thin client automatically boots and signs in as the default user (thinuser mode), which restricts user access.
In thinuser mode, the FireFox shortcut does not appear in the Start menu and xterm does not appear in the Application Browser. Users can access System Information by clicking an icon in the notification area of the task bar. To set up access to FireFox, edit the wlx INI file to specify the required parameters.
CONNECT=BROWSER \ Description="Cisco Home Page" \ URL=http://www.cisco.com \ Resolution=FullScreen \ Mode=Normal
After application of the new wlx INI file, an icon for FireFox appears on the thin client desktop. For more information about how to edit the wlx INI file, see the INI reference documentation for your device.
Dell Wyse thin client users do not have access to the WDM icon in thinuser mode. This behavior is expected because users do not need this access. If you require access WDM to troubleshoot device check-in issues, you can open the application from xterm. For more information about how to manage Dell Wyse thin clients, see the administrator guides for your base image version.