Engaging the NComputing systems in your business

The NComputing x300 soft ware is commonly used in the banking firms connecting many users to one host computer saving space and maintaining data integrity through a centralized system.

The NComputing x300 soft ware is commonly used in the banking firms connecting many users to one host computer saving space and maintaining data integrity through a centralized system.

Users are connected to the host through any access device that is attached to the host through a PCI card connecting with cables.

This system is supported on Microsoft windows and Linux systems.

Users require only a monitor, key board and mouse.
A host PC requires minimum Hardware of:
• 2 GHz processor
• 512 MB RAM
• 60 GB hard disk drive
• Ethernet switch or router

Installing the software: Insert the Software Installation CD into the host PC’s CD drive.

In most cases, a window will automatically appear after a few seconds with installation options. If it doesn’t appear after 2 minutes, go to “My Computer”, open the CD drive’s icon, and start the “Setup” application. At the installation screen, click the “Install Program” button.

Before the installation starts, the installation software attempts to connect to the Internet to compare the software version on the CD with the latest software version on the NComputing server.

If there is a later version on the NComputing server, a prompt will appear to ask if you want to use the version on the CD or if you want to install the latest version.

It is recommended to install the latest version rather than use an older version on the CD.

At the antivirus and firewall warning screen; click on the “Next” button.

At the software license screen, you may view the software license and print it out. When you are finished, click on the

“I agree” checkbox, and then click on the “Next” button.
At the software terms of use screen, you may view the software terms of use document and print it out.

When you are finished, click on the “I agree” checkbox, and then click on the “Next” button.

At the read me file screen, you may view the read me file and print it out. When you are finished, click on the “Next” button.

At the “Choose destination location” screen, you can install to the default location, or you can choose a different location. When you are finished, click on the “Next” button.

At the “Choose Password for Administrator” screen, select whether or not to use an administrator password and whether or not to install the Network Administration Console.

If you choose to use an administrator password, enter it and retype it. Click on the “Next” button.

Note: The Network Administration Console allows you to administer the terminal service software and the access terminals in your network.

It is recommended to be installed at least once on each network to enable administration tasks. It may be installed on every terminal service software installation.

At the installation confirmation screen, review the selections and click on the “Next” button.

After the software installation
At the “Add new users” screen, select whether or not you would like to add new users to the system.

If you click on the “Yes” button, the installation program will launch a screen to administer user accounts on the host PC.

If you click the “No” button, the installation process will continue without bringing up the user administration screen.

Note: It is recommended that all users have their own user accounts to enable control of their own settings
At the “NCT-2000-XP successfully installed” screen, select whether or not to restart the computer.

Note: It is required to reboot the computer before using the terminal service software to access the terminals connected to the host PC

The access terminal must be connected via Ethernet to the host PC. This can be done using an Ethernet switch, a router, or some other network connection method.

When registering the software, all the access terminals must be connected to the host PC using Ethernet
Network connection

Note: If the network is configured to use DHCP to get dynamic IP addresses, you can setup the access terminal to use it.

Go to the access terminal and select the “Options” button, and then select the “Setup” button.

In the “Network” tab, select whether to use a dynamic IP address or a static IP address.

If you setup the access terminal to use a dynamic IP address, you don’t need to enter anything as the IP address. You just click on the “save” button.

If you setup the access terminal to use a static IP address, you must enter the IP address and the default gateway. Then the “save” button

Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you can update the terminal services program directly over the Internet by selecting “NCT-2000-XP

Internet Update” from the “Start” menu.

Note: If the “Enter Password” window appears, enter the administrator password.

Click the “Connect” button to check for a software update. If there is a new version available, click on the “Download” button to start the update process.

If there is no new version available, click on the “Exit” button. When the download is complete, the installation of the new version will begin.

How to remove the software
To uninstall the NCT-2000-XP program, select “Uninstall NCT-2000-XP” in the “Start” menu. Follow the prompts and the programs are removed from the host PC.

After the program is uninstalled, you must restart the host PC to complete the process.

Benefits
.Requires minimal maintenance
.Its easy to install
.Powerful and flexible
.Cost effective and efficient
.Data security

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