Question about WYSE S10 (90210501) Network Terminal
Youch, thats a pickle!!
Basically, because the terminal is in loopback mode when in the OS, you would need to find an up to date .i2d file, and for the S10, then try and re-image it with Wyse Simple Imager. This will use PXE and DHCP option tags to grab the device, and push an image to it.
Make sure PXE is first in the boot order in the BIOS, people often forget this!!
All the software you need (apart from the i2d file) is available from the Wyse website. When it comes to the i2d file, you will need to contact Wyse directly to get hold of this.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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