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  • Themes: Select to allow themes.

  • Bitmap caching: Select to allow bitmap caching, which places commonly used bitmaps in a file on the thin client. This process improves performance by minimizing the amount of display information that must be passed over a connection.

NOTE:

Depending upon connection configuration, selecting Bitmap caching may or

may not improve performance.

Use persistent bitmap caching: Select to allow persistent bitmap caching, which stores bitmaps that are sent from the server on permanent media, such as a hard disk. Upon connection, the thin client informs the server of the bitmaps it has so that the server does not have to resend them.

NOTE:

Depending upon connection configuration, selecting Use persistent bitmap

caching may or may not improve performance.

Use protocol compression: Select to enable protocol compression, which makes communication between computers faster.

  • Use BackingStore of X server if available: Select to enable BackingStore. A BackingStore contains the set of operations that can be performed on a JNDI Attributes. Java Naming and Directory Interface (JDNI) is a programming interface (API) that allows you to connect Java programs to naming and directory services such as DNS, LDAP, and NDS.

  • Use these additional options: Select and populate to use additional rdesktop options.

For additional information, please visit the rdesktop Web site at http://www.rdesktop.org.

XDM connection

The X Display Manager (XDM) connection window allows you to create and configure an XDM connection.

To configure XDM settings:

  • 1.

    Click Applications > Internet > HP Connection Administrator.

  • 2.

    Click Add.

The Add Connection window opens.

3.

Select XDM.

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ENWW

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