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RemoteHMI-MenuMenu details

 

The "RemoteHMI Menu" is used for the control and administration of connections to remote systems.

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5.5.1 RemoteHMI Menu:

 

The "RemoteHMI Menu" is located on the right hand side of the Thin Client.

You can open and close it by pressing F(unction key) 8.

 

Menu with status "no Remote connection":

Fgr_StartUpMenu

Menu header with title

"Address Book" register.

Configured connections in the address book

Placeholders for more connection buttons

(Number depending on active device type and number of configured connections)

Buttons for (device settings )

 

Information fields,




Status second interface (if existing)




Status first interface




Access level

 

Click on Fgr_OpnDetails in the menu header to display further details and registers.

 

Click on Fgr_OpnConfig to get to the settings modus (changers require engineer or admin authority).

 

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Device settings

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Calibrate Touchscreen

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Backlight

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Touchscreen Rightclick

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Clean Display

 

 

5.5.2 Status line (fields):

 

Status field

Meaning

Fgr_BtnUsrState

Field showing user status. This is where the current user level is shown.

Three user levels are currently available: operator, engineer and admin.

Fgr_BtnEthrntEstblsh

First Ethernet interface with "connected" status.

There is an exchange of Ethernet frames.

This is an Ethernet connection

and can be used to set up a Remote connection,

provided the Remote PC has an active server for the connection that is to be established (VNC RDP).

Fgr_BtnEthrntFailed

Second Ethernet interface with "not connected" status

No Ethernet connection could be established. The physical (OSI layer 1) or the Ethernet protocol level (OSI layer 2) cannot be established.

The connection cannot be used to establish a Remote connection.

All Remote connections that require this connection cannot be established.

Fgr_StFld_Wifi

Status field for a wireless WiFi interface. Not active (ready) here.

 

 

5.5.3 Menu registers:

 

Use Fgr_OpnDetails to display the menu registers.

 

For some registers, you need specific authorisation to make any changes. These are specified in the brackets (...).

 

Mnu_Registers







Closes the menu






Opens the screen for settings parameters (Admin)





Opens the screen for the configuration of network connections (Admin & Engineer)




Opens the screen for the installation of applications (Admin)



Opens the screen for the configuration of server connections (Admin & Engineer)


Opens the screen for the address book, the device settings and the system information

Closes the menu registers and switches to the "Address Book".

 

Use Fgr_BtnCloseTabs to hide the menu registers.

 

 

5.5.4 Dashboard:

 

The Dashboard opens the address book in the "Connection" mode.

It contains

all selectable connections

all apps available for the current user level

the button for device settings

important system information.

 

 

Menu header with title

"Adress Book" register.

Configured connections in the address book

Placeholders for more connection buttons

(Number depending on active device type and number of configured connections)

Buttons for the

(device settings ).

information fields,

Fgr_MnuTabDashbrd

 

header

system time

information

on the Remote HMI

(Thin Client)

Information

on the system memory

user information

network information

of the 1. Ethernet interface

network information

of the 2. Ethernet interface





 

Status WLA (if existing)




 

Status 2. interface (if existing)




 

Status 1. interface




 

Access level

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Device settings

 

If applications (apps) have been allocated to the current user level (e.g. Engineer), they are shown via the "Information" field and can be started here, too.

 

Fgr_MnuDshBrdApps

 

 

5.5.5 Address book:

 

Use the "Address Book" register to

create

edit

copy

and delete addresses

 

Required authority level:

Operator

Engineer

Admin

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If not already shown, open the "Address Book".

 

Click on Fgr_OpnConfig  to turn to configuration mode.

 

Click on

 

Fgr_MnuBtnAdd

 

to set up a new connection.

 

To set parameters for the new connection, click on

 

Fgr_BtnOpnDetails

 

on the right-hand side.

 

The editing dialogue of the connection will pop up.

 

Fgr_ConnectionEditBar

 

The buttons of the editing line listed individually:

Parameterisation buttons:

Fgr_MnuBtn_Primary

Allocates the (Main connection ) status to a connection.

Each device can only have one main connection.

Fgr_MnuBtn_Fallback

Allocates the (fallback connection ) status to a connection.

Each device can have several fallback connections.

Fgr_MnuBtn_Normal

Identifies a connection as a (Normal connection ).

Each device can have several normal connections, but these are not automatically established.

Editing buttons:

Fgr_MnuBtnDelete

Deletes the current connection from the address book.

The connection will be deleted without further questions.

Fgr_MnuBtn_Copy

Copies the current connection with its parameters.

This is useful for providing another connection with individual changes to the parameters.

Fgr_MnuBtn_Edit

Opens the connection parameter screen.

Fgr_MnuBtnAdvanced

Opens a dialogue for further settings (expert modus).

 

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Main connection

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand fallback connection

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Normal connection

 

A set up connection can have 4 different connection statuses.

 

Fgr_ConnectionStates

Indicates that the connection could not be established via the Ethernet

Indicates that the connection server has been recognised

Indicates that a connection to the server has been established

and is shown in the Thin Client

 

Indicates that a connection to the server has been established

and is currently NOT shown in the Thin Client

 

 

 

5.5.6 Applications:

 

Use the "Applications" register to access and provide *1 applications.

 

*1)

Applications that are not available for the current user level are displayed blurred.

 

Fgr_MnuRegBtns

 

 

5.5.7 Providing application:

 

Can be executed by: *1

Operator

Engineer

Admin

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Fgr_MnuBtnAdd

Allows the administrator to provide applications for access on the Thin Client.

These applications must already be installed on the system.

 

 

Click on

 

Fgr_MnuBtnAdd

 

to provide an application.

The new application will be inserted as

 

Fgr_MnuAppsNew

 

.

 

To set parameters for the new application, click on

 

Fgr_BtnOpnDetails

 

on the right-hand side.

 

The editing dialogue of the application will pop up.

 

Fgr_MnuAppsNewBar

 

Click on Fgr_MnuBtn_Edit

 

Fgr_MnuAppsNewPars

 

The parameters and buttons in detail:

Name

Entry field for a name with which the application is displayed as a button.

 

Selection field for the symbol with which the application will be displayed. The symbol should bear some relation to the function of the application, such as

Fgr_SymbWinForm

for Windows-type applications

Fgr_SymbWinForm

for database applications

Path

Entry / display field for the path to the application.

Fgr_MnuSetSelFl

Button, opens a dialogue for selecting an application in the system directories.

The selected path is imported in the "Path" field.

Parameters

Entry field for entering a text that is tagged onto the application when it is called up.

They are usually used to start an application under defined conditions.

Please refer to the description of the application for information on which texts can be attached.

Allow Access for

Selection field specifying which user level is needed to start the application.

Show on Dashboard

Fgr_MnuSwitchOn

The application will be displayed as a link and executed on the dashboard.

Fgr_MnuSwitchOff

The application can only be started via the button in this register.

Autostart

Fgr_MnuSwitchOn

The application will started automatically on  PC start up.

Fgr_MnuSwitchOff

The application can only be started via the button in this register.

 

For details see:

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5.5.8 Networks:

 

Use the "Networks" register for the administration of and information on network connections.

 

Required authority level:

Operator

Engineer

Admin

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Currently, the following parameters can be set:

 

Obtain IP Addresses automatically via DHCP

Fgr_MnuSwitchOn

During the start-up, the IP address is automatically requested by the network server. Only activate this option if the Thin Client in the network has no fixed IP address. *1a

Fgr_MnuSwitchOff

The option is de-activated, the Thin Client has a fixed address in the network. *1

 

Obtain DNS Server Addresses automatically *2 , *1a

Fgr_MnuSwitchOn

During the start-up, the server address is automatically requested by the network. Only activate this option if the Thin Client in the network has no fixed DNS server address.

Fgr_MnuSwitchOff

The option is de-activated, the Thin Client has a fixed DNS server address in the network. *1

 

*1)

If the option has been de-activated, the fields are released for data input, otherwise they are read-only.

*1a)

Requires a DHCP server that administrates the addresses in the network.

*2)

Only released once "Obtain IP Addresses automatically via DHCP" is activated.

 

The fields have the following meaning *3:

Local IP-Address

Network IP address of the Thin Client.

Subnet

Specifies the subnet address where the IP address is located.

Gateway

Specifies an address for a network gateway

through which the IP address can be accessed.

 

Primary DNS Server

Specifies an address for the DNS server in the network.

Secondary DNS Server

Specifies an address for another DNS server in the network.

Typically, this would be a DNS server that ensures DNS allocation in case of server failure of the first one.

 

*3)

Have to be pre-defined by the network administrator,

unless they are automatically administrated.

 

 

5.5.9 Settings:

 

Use the "Settings" register for the administration of and information on network connections.

 

Required authority level:

Operator

Engineer *1

Admin

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*3)

Not all settings can be edited with user level "Engineer".

 

You will find the following configuration screens in the Settings: To display or open more information, use the mouse.

Fgr_MnuSetgsTabs

Maske mit Informationen zur Firmware, dem System und Submodulen.

Konfigurationsmaske für die Geräteidentität und der Netzwerkdomain. (Engineer, Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Systemsicherheit des Gerätes. (Engineer, Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Systemsicherheit des Gerätes. (Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Zugangskontrole des Gerätes. (Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Basiseinstellungen der Verbindungen des Gerätes. (Engineer, Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Bildschirmparameter des Gerätes. (Engineer, Admin)

Konfigurationsmaske für die Aktivierung eines Updates und Informationen zu der Firmware des Gerätes. (Admin)

Maske mit Informationen zu den Lizenzbedingungen.

 

 

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