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WES 7 ver. 5.3.0

Supported Models

Supported Models are:

  • C9700 (see note below)
  • A9700 (see note below)
  • U9700 (see note below)
  • A9074 (see note below)
  • U9074 (see note below)
  • D9074 (see note below)
  • E9174
  • N9172

See the note below for installation limits of this Firmware and Service Pack.

Important Note

Disk Space Limitation

Dear Customer,

Remember that from version 5.2.0 the firmware is available and can be used only on thin clients with at least 16GB of DoM (Disk on Module) and with at least 2GB of free disk space on it.

The attempt to upgrade a device that does not meet the above conditions will produce a simple reboot of the device.

Release Notes

Issue IDTypeFromDescription
TCSETTE-496Improvement5.3.0WiFi driver is upgraded to version (32bit) (Yes SP).
TCSETTE-493News5.3.0This image version is the first that can be installed on the new thin client models: E9174 and N9172.
TCSETTE-492Improvement5.3.0Added Microsoft Patches: KB4088875, KB4041778, and KB3185319 (upgraded available at March 2018).
TCSETTE-491Improvement5.3.0VMware Horizon Client: version 4.7.0 is provided in the firmware image. More information at this link
TCSETTE-490Improvement5.3.0Citrix HDX RealTime Media Engine is upgraded to version 2.4 in the firmware image. More information at this link
TCSETTE-489Improvement5.3.0Agile is upgraded to version 2.3.7 on the firmware image. (Remind that you can install Agile or update it using the specific ThinMan command).

Known Issues

Issue IDTypeDescription
TCSETTE-498FixRDP Session: if the connection is closed by the server due to user inactivity, at the next login the session crash.
TCSETTE-372FixRAM memory full when many prints are executed on the local device with UWF filter enabled.
Workaround: use FBWF Write Filter and add the directory C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool to the write filter exceptions.
TCSETTE-299AlertHTML5 videos are not supported using Internet Explorer 11 (e.g. YouTube videos).
Workaround: install and use Flash Player to render videos.