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HP Compaq t5500 Thin Client
1. Optional PCI Expansion Module 2. RJ-45 3. Optional PCI Slot External Connector 4. DC Power Input 5. Parallel Connector 6. Security Lock
7. USB Connectors 8. Audio Connector - Mic In 9. Audio Connector - Line Out 10. Video Connector 11. Serial Connector
DA - 11746
North America Version 16 December 8, 2005
At A Glance
Simplified IT management for the enterprise. Upgraded features and legacy support for mainstream corporate use Helps lower ownership costs and increase resource efficiency for each end-user 733 MHz processor Powerful, discrete graphics 128 MB of DDR SDRAM standard Optional PCI Expansion Module Broad range of support for options and peripherals Microsoft WindowsCE.NET operating system Protected by Hewlett-Packard Services, including a limited three-year warranty certain restrictions and exclusions apply.
Standard Features - Models
DC641A#ABA Processor Flash (ROM) Memory Operating System Browser Client Management Software Terminal Personalities Standard
Transmeta Crusoe TMMHz 32 MB 128 MB DDR SDRAM (NOTE: 16 MB of system RAM is reserved for NOTE: processor usage.) Microsoft Windows CE.NET v4.20 Internet Explorer 6.0 Altiris Deployment Solution Yes
HP L1502 15-inch TFT Flat Panel Monitor Analog only HP L1702 17-inch TFT Flat Panel Monitor Analog only HP L1530 15-inch TFT Flat Panel Monitor Analog/Digital & Multimedia HP L1730 17-inch TFT Flat Panel Display Analog/Digital & Multimedia HP L1925 19-inch TFT Flat Panel Display Analog/Digital HP L2035 20-inch TFT Flat Panel Display HP v7550 17-inch (16.0-inch vis) Flat-face CRT Monitor HP s9500 19-inch (18.0-inch vis) CRT Monitor HP s7500 17-inch (16.0-inch vis) CRT Monitor HP s5500 15-inch (13.8-inch vis) CRT Monitor HP p930 19-inch (18.0-inch vis) Performance Natural-flat CRT Monitor 3000 Series Elo Entuitive 1725C 17-inch CRT Touchmonitor (USB) (http://www.elotouch.com)** 3000 Series Elo Entuitive 1525L 15-inch LCD Desktop Touchmonitor (USB) (http://www.elotouch.com)**
P9617D#ABA P9621D#ABA P9624A#ABA P9625A#ABA P9626A#ABA P9614A#ABA P9013A#ABA P9010A#ABA P9008A#ABA P9006A#ABA P9009D#ABA ET1725C-4UWE-3 ET1525L-BUWC-1
Compaq Security Lock Identix BioTouch USB 200 Fingerprint Scanner (http://www.identix.com)**
294316-B21; DC368A BTU-200-ML5-300
HP 128-MB Disk on Key HP 256-MB Disk on Key Compaq External MultiBay Compaq MultiBay 1.44-MB Diskette Drive (requires External MultiBay) Compaq MultiBay 60-GB Hard Drive (requires External MultiBay) Compaq MultiBay 24X CD-ROM Drive (requires External MultiBay)
DC190B DL973B 217388-001; DC373A 226935-B25; DC362A 278420-B25; DC894A 298452-B25; DC351A
HP PCI Expansion Module with Riser Card (supports single PCI device, sold separately) HP WL220 Wireless PCI Adapter (requires PCI Expansion Module) Zoom 3049 External Serial High Speed 56K modem from Zoom (http://www.zoom.com)** Zoom 2985 USB 56K External Modem from Zoom (http://www.zoom.com)**
DE961A DC756B 3049-00-00C 2985-00-00C
HP Wireless USB Mouse and Keyboard Edgeport/1 USB to 1 port Serial Cable from Inside Out Networks (http://www.ionetworks.com)** Edgeport/2 USB to 2 port Serial Cable from Inside Out Networks (http://www.ionetworks.com)** Edgeport/4 USB to 4 port Serial Cable from Inside Out Networks (http://www.ionetworks.com)** Targus Ultra Mini 4-port USB Hub from Targus (http://www.targus.com)** USB to Parallel Printer Cable (6 ft/1.8 m) from Inside Out Networks (http://www.ionetworks.com)**
300403-008 301-1001-11 301-1000-02 301-1000-04 PA055U 301-9006-01
HP DeskJet 5550 (USB and parallel) HP DeskJet 6122 (USB and parallel) HP LaserJet 1200SE (USB and parallel) HP DeskJet 3820 (USB and parallel)
C6487C C8954B C7047A C8952A
9x5 Next-Business-Day Advanced Exchange - 3 Years 9x5 Next-Business-Day On-Site Coverage - 3 Years Hardware Installation Hardware Installation (2 or more) **The warranties for HP or Compaq branded products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products. Although these third-party products may work effectively on HP or Compaq thin clients, HP does not support or warrant third-party products, including the interoperability of such products with HP or Compaq thin clients. However, third-party manufacturers and vendors may provide their own warranties and support directly to you. Please contact the manufacturers and vendors listed previously for support on their products.
U4847E U4849E U4865E U4866E
Transmetta Crusoe TMMHz 32 MB Flash ROM 128 MB DDR SDRAM (NOTE: 16 MB of system RAM is reserved for System Memory NOTE: processor usage.) ATI Rage XC with 8-MB SDRAM discrete graphics memory, VESA monitor support Graphics Mode Refresh Rates Color Depth 640 x 480 60, 70, 72, 75, or 80 Hz 8, 16, or 32-bit 800 x 600 60, 70, 72, 75, or 80 Hz 8, 16, or 32-bit 1024 x 768 60, 70, 72, 75, or 80 Hz 8, 16, or 32-bit 1280 x 1024 60, 70, 72, 75, or 80 Hz 8, 16, or 32-bit 1600 x 1200 60, 70, 72, or 75 Hz 8 or 16-bit Enhanced USB with Windows keys (104 keys) included Input/Output/ Keyboard Peripheral Support Scroll USB mouse included Mouse Local and/or network printers (RDP, ICA, LPD) Printer VGA-type video output (DB-15) Video Internal amplified speaker, 1/8-inch mini, full 16-bit stereo, 44-kHz sample Audio Output rate 1/8-inch mini microphone Input Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately) Security Integrated Microsoft RDP 5.1 and Citrix ICA 6.3 for remote server access. Terminal personalities Communications standard TCP/IP with DNS and DHCP support Networking 10/100 BaseT Fast Ethernet, twisted pair (RJ-45) Direct connection through RS-232, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Point-to-Point over Ethernet (PPPoE), Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), Layer-2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) Multiple master browser support on ICA Supports Citrix load balancing on ICA SNMP support allows configuration of terminal settings, reporting of terminal information and sending traps DHCP support for automatic firmware upgrades Wake on LAN PXE I/O ports and connectors Four USB 1.1 ports, 1 serial, 1 parallel, RJ-45, 1 optional PCI Microsoft Windows CE.NET v4.20 with Internet Explorer 6.0 Resident Operating System Server OS Compatibility/ Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0, Windows NT Server 4.0 Terminal Services, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services, Windows 2000 Advance Server, Windows 2000 Advance Support Server Terminal Services, and Citrix MetaFrame (thin-client/server solution, built for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows 2000 Advanced Server Terminal Services)
Microsoft Windows CE.NET v4.20 preinstalled Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 preinstalled Microsoft Windows Media Player 9.0 for CE.NET preinstalled Altiris Deployment Solution (client agent) preinstalled. Altiris Deployment Solution (management console) available as free download from Altiris at: http://www.altiris.com/hptc JetCET Print Professional v3.01 preinstalled Microsoft Windows Messenger v4.0 for CE Terminal Emulation Software English Languages 2.2 x 8.2 x 7.8 in (55 x 205 x 195 mm) Dimensions H x W x D Without stand (approximate) 9.2 x 4 x 7.8 in (230 x 100 x 195 mm) With stand 3.2 x 8.2 x 8.28 in (80 x 205 x 207 mm) With optional PCI Expansion Module nd without stand 9.2 x 4.2 x 8.28 in (230 x 105 x 207 mm) With optional PCI Expansion Module and stand 3.07 lb (1.39 kg) Weight (approximate) With stand 3.29 lb (1.49 kg) With optional PCI Expansion Module and stand 32 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) Environmental Temperature range on -40 to 140 F (-40 to 60 C) Temperature range off 20% to 80% condensing/10% to 95% non-condensing Humidity Worldwide auto-sensing 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz energy-saving automatic Power power-down German ZH1/618; EN29241-3, approved Regulatory Compliance Ergonomics UL 1950, CSA 950; TV-GS (EN60 950) approved Safety FCC Class B; CE Mark; EN55022B; VCCI RF Interference Three-year limited warranty Warranty NOTE: Certain restrictions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center for details. Emulations and Terminal Emulation Terminal ID IDs Supported ADDS A2 AIXTerm ANSI BBS AT 386 DG 410/412 HP 700-92/96 70092, 70094, 70096, 2392A, 2622A HZ1500 IBM3151 Mod11, Mod31 IBM3270 3278-2 (24x80), 3278-3 (32x80), 3278-4 (43x80), 3278-5 (27x132), 3278-2-E (24x80), 3278-3-E (32x80), 3278-4-E (43x80), 3278-5-E (27x132), 3279-2 (24x80), 3279-3 (32x80), 3279-4 (43x80), 3279-5 (27x132), 3287-1 IBM5250 5291-1, 5292-2, 5251-11, 3179-2, 3196-A1, 3180-2, 3477-FC (27x132), 3477-FG (24x80), 3486-BA, 3487-HA, 3487-HC, 3812-1 SCO Console DA - 11746 North America Version 16 December 8, 2005 Page 7
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VT100, VT101, VT102, VT125, VT131, VT132, M2200, VT220, VT240, VT320, VT340, VT420, VT510, VT520, VT525 VT100, VT101, VT102, VT125, VT131, VT132, M2200, VT220, VT240, VT320, VT340, VT420, VT510, VT520, VT525 VT100, VT101, VT102, VT125, VT131, VT132, M2200, VT220, VT240, VT320, VT340, VT420, VT510, VT520, VT525 VT100, VT101, VT102, VT125, VT131, VT132, M2200, VT220, VT240, VT320, VT340, VT420, VT510, VT520, VT525
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice and is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. The warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
HP Compaq t5000 Thin Clients
Configuring an HP Compaq t5300 or t5500 Thin Client for Kiosk Mode
Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents.... 1 Abstract.... 2 Introduction.... 2 Adding a New User Account... 2 Configuring for Kiosk Mode Using CE.NET HP Image Refresh 4.21.. 3
Adding a Connection.... 3 Setting Terminal to Run in Kiosk Mode... 3 Switching to a Different User.... 3
Configuring for Kiosk Mode Using CE.NET HP Image 4.20... 5
Switching to a Different User.... 5
This paper explains how to configure an HP Compaq t5500 or t5300 thin client for Kiosk mode. Kiosk mode allows an administrator to configure a thin client device so that it has a single or limited purpose. The administrator can securely lock the thin client and control which applications the user can access. Kiosk mode works in a manner similar to the single-purpose computing devices you find in public places, such as Internet kiosks and ATM machines. Kiosk mode offers the following advantages: Simplicity: Kiosks are configured to have a single purpose. The local user has a limited number of choices and selections to make, which reduces training time dramatically. Security: With a "locked down" GUI, there is less risk of someone changing settings or the image. If you have an Early Evaluation t5500 or t5300 unit, be sure to upgrade the image to at least version 4.20.026 and the BIOS to at least version 1.09 to use Kiosk mode.
Adding a New User Account
Before configuring for Kiosk mode, a new user account must be added. The following sections explain how to add a new user account and configure the HP Compaq t5500 or t5300 thin client for Kiosk mode. The Administrator account cannot be used in Kiosk mode. Doing so will prevent the account from having the ability to configure the system. If the Administrator account is used in a profile set for Kiosk mode, the Administrator account will automatically switch to Shell mode when it logs on. To add a new user account, perform the following steps: 1. Log on as an Administrator. 2. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Security. 3. Click the Users Tab. 4. From the Users window, click the Add button. 5. Enter a user name, such as Kiosk. 6. Enter a password (optional). 7. Click on Set from Template (the default is User). 8. Select either User or Guest and click Apply. 9. Click OK to exit the Add New Users window. 10. Click the System Tab. 11. Select Automatic Log On. 12. Select Single Button Log On (optional). 13. Click on the Account list box. 14. Select Kiosk from the account list box to be used as the automatic log on user. 15. Click the OK button in the upper right corner to exit the Security window. 16. Exit the Control Panel.
Configuring for Kiosk Mode Using CE.NET HP Image Refresh 4.21
Adding a Connection
The CE.NET 4.21 HP Image Refresh provides a simpler method of selecting Kiosk mode than the previous image.
To set a terminal to run in Kiosk mode, you must first create a connection: 1. In the HP Connection Administrator window, click the Advanced button to access the Advanced window. 2. On the Assign Connections tab of the Advanced window, click the Add button below the list of available connections. This invokes the Choose type dialog box, which lists the connection types registered with the system that adhere to the Microsoft Windows CE.NET-based terminal. (The Advanced window closes then reopens after the connection is configured.) 3. In the Choose type dialog box, select the type of connection you want to create and click the OK button. A Wizard or setup dialog for the connection type is displayed. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions in the Wizard or setup dialog to add the connection to the list of available connections. 5. To edit the connection, select the connection and click the Edit button. Make the appropriate changes in the Wizard or setup dialog. 6. To delete the connection, select the connection and click the Delete button. The connection is deleted from the list of available connections and from the connections lists for all users.
Setting Terminal to Run in Kiosk Mode
To set the terminal to run in Kiosk mode: 1. On the HP Connection Administrator window, click the Advanced button. 2. On the Advanced window, click the Global UI tab. 3. On the Global UI tab, select the Auto start Connection Administrator when logging into Windows check box. This makes the Kiosk mode option available. 4. Select the Kiosk mode check box. Two more check boxes become available as options. 5. If you want to hide the task bar, select the Hide connection task bar check box. 6. If you want to hide HP Connection Administrator, select the Hide the User interface not allowing changes to connection settings check box. 7. Create the necessary ICA or RDP connection. 8. Click the Save button to save your changes, or click the OK button to save your changes and exit the Advanced window. 9. Reboot the terminal for all changes to take effect.
Switching to a Different User
To switch to a different user when booting, perform the following steps:
Configuring an HP Compaq t5300 or t5500 Thin Client for Kiosk Mode 1. Press the power button to start the system. 2. Enter Alt-F4 at the five-second log on display or Log on button. 3. Log on as the user of your choice.
Configuring for Kiosk Mode Using CE.NET HP Image 4.20
To enable Kiosk mode for the HP Compaq t5500 or t5300 thin client, perform the following steps: 1. Click the HP Connection Window Icon on the desktop area. 2. Click on the HP Connection Administrator icon on the window. 3. Click Administration. 4. Right-click on the Connections > New Connection branch to create a new connection. For example, select Citrix ICA Client (ICA) from the list. Follow the ICA wizard steps to create the connection. 5. Right-click on the Failover Connection Groups > New Failover Connection Group branch, create a new failover group, and rename it Kiosk. 6. To rename the new group, left click on the group name. 7. Drag-and-drop your new ICA connection into the Kiosk group. It is not necessary to select Automatically Connect and Automatic Failure Recovery on the new failover group since selecting Kiosk mode invokes these selections automatically. However, it does no harm to select them here. 8. Right-click on Profiles > New Profiles, create a new user profile, left click on the name to rename it, and name it Kiosk. 9. Drag-and-drop the Kiosk failover group into the Kiosk user profile. 10. Click on the Kiosk user profile. 11. Click the Users button. 12. Highlight Kiosk user and click the >> button to move to the right-hand field. Do not put the Administrator account into a Kiosk or Shell mode. Doing so may lock you out of the Administrator interface. 13. Click OK. 14. Select the Kiosk radio button under Windows Start Mode. The features under Rights (Administrator, Control Panel, and Shutdown) are not available in Kiosk mode. 15. Click OK to exit the Administration Window. 16. Ensure that the new failover group that was just created does not appear in the HP Connection Administrator list of connections. 17. Click Administration. 18. Click on the Kiosk user profile 19. Verify that the Automatically Connect and Automatic Failure Recovery check boxes are enabled. 20. Exit HP Connection Administrator. 21. Select Start >Shutdown > Shutdown and restart. Click the OK button. The system will automatically boot into Kiosk mode. A connection will automatically be made. The Kiosk user will not be able to break out of the re-connection loop, gain control of the
Configuring an HP Compaq t5300 or t5500 Thin Client for Kiosk Mode thin client, or shutdown the system from the keyboard or mouse. Closing the remote connection will initiate a reconnection.
To switch to a different user when booting, perform the following steps: 1. Press the power button to start the system. 2. Enter Alt-F4 at the five-second log on display or Log on button. 3. Log on as the user of your choice.
Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company , L.P. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. 4/2004 P/N 354793-002
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