Wyse 3000-Xenith 2
Wyse 3002-Xenith 3
Wyse 5000-Xenith Pro 2
Use the easy 2-step process to quickly
connect your Wyse Xenith zero client
to your Citrix XenDesktop environment.
Refer to the administrators guide for
more detailed information.
Note: Be sure you have read the Caution
Statements on the reverse of this document
before setting up and operating Wyse Xenith.
Setting Up Wyse Xenith
Wyse Xenith 2
Wyse Xenith 3
Wyse Xenith Pro 2
Components may vary based on model and location.
*Make sure the monitor and the T00X and T00DX
zero clients are turned oﬀ and disconnected
from AC power before VESA mounting (assemble
with the 920275-03L screw kit; insert the zero
client with cables facing down or to the side,
but never facing up).
**Wireless option not available in all localities.
Connecting to Your Desktop
Plug in your zero client to your network cable, and then press the power button to turn on
Wyse Xenith to see the XenDesktop logon screen. Simply enter your User name, Password,
and Domain (provided to you by an administrator) and click Log on. After authentication is
successful, your desktop is presented for use. Note: If you have more than one connection
assigned, you will see the list of desktops from which you can select.
Administrators: Use DCHP Option Tag #181 to
have Wyse Xenith auto detect the XenDesktop
environment (for information go to the Wyse
Knowledge Base and search for Solution 19575).
If you do not see a Log on dialog box but
instead see this Conﬁgure XenDesktop location
message, click OK.
In the Remote Connections dialog box that appears,
enter the XenApp or XenDesktop Broker Server URL
in the Citrix Web Interface box (provided to you by
an administrator). If instructed to do so by your
administrator, click the XenApp or XenDesktop
button (after clicking the button and clicking OK,
the system will restart to apply the new settings for
the XenApp or XenDesktop default settings). If you
are not instructed to click the XenApp or
XenDesktop button, click OK.
After clicking OK, you will be presented with the
XenDesktop logon screen.
Note: If you do not see a Log on dialog box, contact
your IT department for help. Review administrators
guide for more details.