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Enrolling Client Devices

Client Access Licenses

Discovering New Clients

Enrolling Client Devices

Manage Devices

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Reporting Services

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Commands to Single Device


System Information

Use the System Information command to get an overview of the device's properties, as well as the list of installed applications and security patches.

Installed Application

The Installed Application tab enables to get the list of installed application on the system. You can uninstall applications using WMIC command by right clicking on the application.

Inventory Information

The Inventory Information command lists the hardware specifications of the device. Click the desired grid to get detailed information on each element.

Device Performance

Administrators may want real-time information while accessing a target device. This could include CPU performance, a list of started services, or a list of running applications. Use the Device Performance command to instruct the device to send a continuous flow of data for display.

Before starting to send the data, the device will need to receive the corresponding request from Xcalibur W server. The time needed for this is equal to the pulse frequency. Therefore, Administrator should expect a delay before displaying the data.


These graphics give an overview of the current RAM, CPU and T° levels.

Application Running

The section below displays the list of applications running along with their Process ID and Memory Footprint.

You can kill an application by right clicking on the application as shown below.

Services Running

The section below displays the entire list of services with their live status.

You can Start or Stop a Service by a right clicking on the service as shown below.


In order to check the network connectivity from the device to a specific URL, Xcalibur W allows the execution of the PING and TRACERT Commands.

The corresponding results are then stored within the Command Result Window.

Device Configuration

System Time

Use the System Time command to change the date and the time.

Apps Configuration

Configuration Connections

When using thin client devices, the administrator is able to create connections to remote hosts using IE, RDP, ICA and VMWare clients. These connections can then be deployed to other devices using the Clone Configuration function.

To add a new connection, click New and fill in the appropriate fields in the Connection Parameters section.

Some optional settings are provided in order to customize the behavior while executing the connection.

Create shortcut on DesktopThe connection icon is displayed on the User's Desktop
Create shortcut in StartmenuThe connection icon is attached to the Windows Start Menu
Autostart connectionThe connection will be started automatically when the device boots up
Auto reconnect connectionThe connection will be restarted if/when it is stopped
Replace ShellThe Windows Shell Explorer will be replaced by the connection
FailoverWhen the connection stops, the connection specified in this field gets started automatically
Working DirectoryThis defines the Working Directory for the connection
ArgumentsSpecify additional parameters to the connection

Once saved, the connection will then appear in the Connection Manager as shown below.

User Experience

Screen Saver

Use the Screen Saver command to view and configure available screen savers on the device.

This command is executed using the Xcalibur W tray in order to be applied to the current user session. Please refer to Xcalibur W Tray section for more information

Image Management


Use the Imaging command to backup and restore client images.This features is available for only for Windows 7 and Windows 8 platforms (including Embedded versions). Note also that the BCD bootloader shall be included in the system partition.

Please refer to Imaging Windows OS for further information on the Imaging process.

commands_glossary/commands_to_single_device.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/21 17:18 (external edit)