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How to select single side accelerated option in HP velocity via HP device manager ?

thin-client t620
Microsoft Windows 10 IOT

Hi Support,

As i had already played around and i found nowhere else to selecte Single sided "Accelereated" option via registry or any through command line except GUI Small pop-up task in task pane in Thinclient.

I know we can set the settings as per need and capture the image then roll out but its not a genuine option for one setting we can re-image all Thinclinet even in my environemnt around 700 cliinets that's not posible and doesn;t make sense at all.

 

I dont know why its not option like other HP pre-installed tools like HP ram disk, hp UWF and Hp hotkeys we do have option to do changes via registry or comand which we can roll-out via HP Device manager to all.

 

By default all thin clients have HP velocity mode Enabled. so why dont we use this setting to install HP veleocty server on management server to see all clietns status but it doesn;t work without selecting accelerated mode.

 

1. Clients have this option enabled by default


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2. If you click on this, following small window pops-up and you can see its enabled.  but single sided Accelerated not selected.

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3. If you open HP velocity server, then you will see nothing listed it means no client is visible even velocity is enabled. Now at this point login to client and select single sided "Accelerated option" then as soon as you did this the clinet is visible on velocity server.

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Could you please transfer this information to ThinClinet team, so it means we can't do remotely via script/command to select single sided "Accelerated" option without this not visible the clients on HP velecoty management console.

So what is the option or command to disabled HP velocity on client via HP Device manager because if we are not using then needs to be diabled because it conusmes bandwidth has read somwhere.

 

Many thanks for your help and support to connecting different teams.

 

Wishing you all the best.

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