Thin client Wyse SX0 S10. how to connect to a terminal server?

Good day!
Got a few thin client Wyse SX0 S10. Want to do something like the computer club to thin clients connected to terminal server.
On a stationary computer installed the software wyse device manager thin client it appeared, but is in the Unlicensed band device. When it attempts to add to the licensed devices writes that "You have no lisenses available for this vendor" although the version is free for 10 000 clients. The client saw a WDM server, but when loading writes Netboot filed Please check server configuration. To check mind is not enough.
Put on comp Dell Management Suite, but when I try to add the customer manually have to select the model of TC, the application of this model no.
Tell me, how to use these thin clients?
March 23rd 20 at 19:03
3 answers
March 23rd 20 at 19:05
Offhand, judging by the message "Netboot filed" terminal wants to load about the network, but can't.

A typical network booting first requires a DHCP server to obtain IP addresses and boot file name (very relatively speaking - image of the boot bulavki); and then TFTP serer for issuance of the specified DHCP server of the file. The boot bulavki - dB. on the website of the manufacturer.
For guglia/wikipeding'll tell you another clever word: "PXE'.

I hope the hint will be sufficient. By kr.I think that You have plugging this level, the code lacks basic tips.
March 23rd 20 at 19:07
The previous answer is certainly canonical, but have you tried login to rdp, the client probably needs to be stitched. Licenses decide on your taste, you can for educational institutions and for free.
March 23rd 20 at 19:09
Thanks for the replies! I read about PXE. As I understand the thin client does not have its permanent memory for the operating system and need to find the firmware files ThinOS and rca_boot to embed them on the server wyse device manager or tftp. After downloading on the desktop will have a shortcut to connect to RDP. This is snag free firmware and boot file is not found. On the DELL website, you need to arrange commercial support and register these devices. If money allocated to it, then try through DELL.
And ask for the access details from the previous owners? Because the "licensed" they have already paid and it would also transmit, together with cars. - princess commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:12
Pogugliv just found out that these cars has its own axis on the S10-Lin, on Ѕ30винРЕ. And new, out of the box it connects to RDP even with DHCP, even with prescribed by the owner. In the "minimum configuration" it does not need PXE and TFTP server. Perhaps a problem in the firmware? - Eleazar.Rodrigu commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:15

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