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Name: Displays the name of the connection. You cannot change the connection name.

Type: Displays the type of connection (Web, RDP, XDM, ICA, or other). You cannot change the connection type from this column.

Primary: Select the check box to designate a connection as primary. The thin client attempts secondary connections if the primary connection fails. If more than one secondary connection is associated with a primary connection, the thin client prioritizes the secondary connections starting with the first connection in the group.

Auto: Select the check box to designate whether a user is automatically logged on when HP Connection Administrator starts up. You must log in using the root account to enable or disable automatic connections.

Persistent: Select the check box to designate whether the system will attempt to reconnect when a connection fails. You can only make primary connections persistent.

Prompt: Select the check box to configure the system to determine whether a user is still using the thin client after a group of connections fails. Clear this check box to allow the system to continue to cycle through the connections in the group.

NOTE: The user must quit the current session to disable automatic connection.

Right arrow: Click to add a selected Available Connection (left list box) to the selected user’s connection list (right list box).

Left arrow: Click to add a selected Available Connection (left list box) to the selected user’s connection list (right list box).

Up arrow: Click to move a selected user connection up in the list.

Down arrow: Click to move a selected user connection down in the list.

Save: Click to save changes made to user connections and user interface settings.

Cancel: Click to cancel unsaved changes made to user connections and user interface settings and exit the Advanced Configuration utility.

OK: Click to save changes made to user connections and user interface settings and exit the Advanced Configuration utility.

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