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Sounds like you have a vanilla Windows install without any drivers loaded. Did the system come with recovery media? If so, reinstall from them and everything should be good.
Otherwise, you'll need another internet connected computer and a flash drive. Go to Acer's website and download the network drivers for the EM350 onto the flash drive. Install that driver onto your laptop and you should be able to connect to the outside world and get all the rest from the same place.
The terminals never actually freeze as they are getting desktop sessions from the host. What can happen is the desktop session can lock up and thus any corresponding user input doesn't happen due to the session being locked up. Next time this happens, see if the server/host is responsive. Assuming it is, launch Performance Monitor(Provided as part of the Windows OS) by going to Start ' Run ' Perfmon. Monitor your CPU performance. See what's taking all the CPU resources. It's not uncommon to see unncessary programs running, i.e. jusched.exe (Java Scheduler update), qttask.exe (Quick Time updater), etc. All these programs and other unnecessary programs run at startup and run for EVERY single user so in your case, the jusched.exe runs 16 times and can take valuable system resources. Disable these by going to Start ' Run ' msconfig, press enter, the farthest tab on the right labled STARTUP is where you can disable these programs. After deselecting the ones you don't need, reboot the host and tell the dialog box to NEVER tell you again so that it doesn't alarm you're users that you've messed with the startup config. Lastly, don't overlook that fact that you need 1GB NIC and backbone to the server, each device can take up to 15MB/s of network bandwidth.
I would check my network connections between the terminal and host computer. Make sure you are not experiencing large amount of collisions or loose connections. I would also check the logs on the host computer to make sure some event doesn't correspond to the times you are loosing your session. If there is, might give you a road to track down your problem.
Well, if you mean the difference between the VT500 series of terminals:
VT510, a single-session monochrome text terminal
VT520, a multi-session monochrome text terminal
VT525, a multi-session colour text terminal
If you mean the difference within the VT510 line itself:
VT510-AA is a white text model
VT510-BA is an green text model
VT510-CA is a amber text model.
Hope that helps!!
The program you are using is telling the terminal to accept a VNC request, as it will send date on the port open for VNC. So the terminal is asking you to accept the prompt to allow a remote machine to control your session.
You can set the program to ignore the VNC ports, so it wont get prompted. Failing that you should be able to change the terminals behavior to the requests by editing the wnos.ini to not allow VNC connections. I think that can be done from there. Check on the config generator for wyse terminals on technicalhelp.de to find the correct syntax.
When the red WLAN light is flashing in conjuction with the internet light it just means a wireless computer is connected to the internet through the router
However I had a problem with the internet light flashing red and it required the router to be reconfigured
You need to replace the 2mbit bios chip used by the WinCE Evo with the 4mbit one used by the NTe and XPe Evo, then you need an add on flash module, since the onboard flash is too small. After that, just find the OS file and flash away. You can find the OS files and a utility to flash from the HP support site. You'll need a crossover ethernet cable, not a patch cable, to do the flash.