Terminal settings are stored in configuration files. These files are ordinary unicode text files, they can be edited by any text editor, that supports unicode, Notepad will do. All possible parameters and their values are listed in the configuration file parameters manual.
Full terminal configuration is the union of parameters from:
list.wtc(not supported by WTware configurator)
If terminal finds its MAC-address in
list.wtc or its configuration file
it tries to connect to terminal server. Otherwise Terminal configuration wizard starts.
Common configuration file name is
all.wtc. Terminal searches for it int directory
Everyone in data directory, that you selected during installation. By default it's
C:\users\all users\WTware\Everyone\. Place in all.wtc parameters with common values for all terminals,
for example server.
Terminal configuration files are stored in
Terminals directory in
WTware data directory, that you selected during installation. By default it's
Terminal with network card MAC-address
searches for it's configuration in directory 00.01.02.aa.bc.8e, file should be named
config.wtc. Pay attention to letter register if your TFTP-server is on Unix-computer!
Pay attention to include files, that are placed in directories
Connections in WTware data directory. Using keywords template
and connection you can include additional files into terminal configuration file.
ListIncludes directory (in data directory, specified during installation) contains common configuration files with terminal parameters. Terminal includes these files using list.wtc file.
ATTENTION! Edit list.wtc only manually. Graphic configurator doesn't work with list.wtc, can't read or edit files from ListIncludes directory. So be careful not to configure one terminal using configurator and list.wtc.Syntax is the same as in configuration file. Terminal will place specified in list.wtc files from this directory at start of main configuration file before parsing. Therefore you can specify here include, connection, next screen.
Included files list is stored in
Everyone/list.wtc file. Syntax:
01.02.03.04.05.06[([username@][terminalname])] [file [file ...]]] [# comments]For example:
02.03.04.05.06.07 file1Terminal with MAC-address 02.03.04.05.06.07 reads parameters from
03.04.05.06.07.08(john@) file2Terminal with MAC-address 03.04.05.06.07.08 reads parameters from
ListIncludes/file2file and sets username "john" in Windows login window.
04.05.06.07.08.09(term5) file6 file7 # Chief computer.Terminal with MAC-address 04.05.06.07.08.09 is named term5 (similar to clienthostname parameter). It reads configuration from
Terminal reads configuration files in this order:
connectiondirectories in terminal configuration file
Parameter value is overwritten as new value becomes available. I.e. if server parameter value is specified both in all.wtc and in terminal configuration file, value from terminal configuration file is used.