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.
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.
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.
The X Display Manager (XDM) connection window allows you to create and configure an XDM connection.
To configure XDM settings:
Click Applications > Internet > HP Connection Administrator.
The Add Connection window opens.
Chapter 3 HP Connection Administrator