To create users, start the MultiPoint Manager program.
Then, go to Users and click on : Add user account.
Enter the requested information :
On Windows Multipoint Server 2012, there are 3 types of users :
The user has been created.
Now, we have 2 users :
In our case, we use a zero-client connected in Ethernet : Dell Wyse 1010 zero-client
So, to assign it to our server WMS 2012, we go in the "Network Stations" tab.
For the moment, the list is empty.
We connect the different user devices to our zero-client :
Then, we turn on the zero-client with the switch at the top left.
When the zero-client is booted, it will automatically recover an IP address thanks to the DHCP server present on your network.
In our case, it's the DHCP server present in the router provided by our ISP.
Then, it will attempt to connect to a Windows MultiPoint Server.
As you can see in the MultiPoint Manager, this zero-client has already been assigned to a server named "QCWMS2012".
If you click on "Identify client", the program will show you the IP address and the MAC address of your zero-client.
Then, the zero-client will try to connect to the server "QCWMS2012" (which does not exist).
As a result, you can not connect the zero-client to the server.
In fact, this assignment was done automatically by Dell and it's problematic because the MultiPoint Manager no longer allows us to assign it to our server at the moment.
To solve this problem, simply select the zero-client (by checking the box on the left), then click on "Clear assignment".
On the user station, you will see that the zero-client tells you that it's no longer assigned to a host and that we should assign it via the "Network Station" tab of the MultiPoint Manager program.
Now, we have the possibility :
Click "Assign to this server" to assign the zero-client to your WMS 2012 server.
Now, our zero-client is assigned and connected to our WMS 2012 server.
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