Once the device is powered on (or when the initial installation is terminated) the thin client will connect to the single connection defined and is ready to accept credentials.
The wallpaper on the desktop reflect the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure used for the connection.
In this example the thin client is connecting to a Citrix Infrastructure on a I9010 model.
In this example the thin client is connecting to a RDS server on a I9030 model.
In this example the thin client is connecting to a VMware farm on a I9020 model.
Power Management of the thin client
The thin client can be powered off or rebooted by pressing the power icon placed on the bottom right part of the screen.
A dialog window is shown requesting to select the type of operation to be executed. After 10 second if there is no interaction from the user, the device is powered off.
I9010 Model: User Interface after User Login
When the user has inserted its credential in the login panel, the thin client will load the resources from the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
The loaded applications or desktops will be presented on the central part of the screen and arranged so that they are distributed on the screen.
Hovering the mouse over an icon will highlight the icon and with a single click the selected application/desktop will start.
I9020 Model: User Interface after User Login
When the user has inserted its credential in the login window, the thin client will load the resources from the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
Depending on the server rules and client options the VMware client will show the list of available desktop. Double click a desktop icon to launch the corresponding virtual desktop.
Depending on server settings, hover the mouse over the protocol allows to change which protocol has to be used.
To close the connection select "Quit" from "File" menu (or press hotkeys combination "CTRL"+"Q" on the keyboard).
The connection will be restarted in 10 seconds. User can "Connect Now" or "Abort" (close) the connection. See Connections Manager to reconnect to a closed connection.
On the upper right part of the screen the user can logout from the running session clicking on "Sign Out"
Logging out from the session will load the initial login interface.