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= Setup script =
 
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As described in the [[http://docs.univention.de/ucc-manual-1.0.html#hardware:dualdisplay UCC manual]] for all special cases the display configuration can be configured in an script. A default script is attached.
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As described in the [[http://docs.univention.de/ucc-manual-1.0.html#hardware:dualdisplay UCC manual]] for all special cases the display configuration can be configured in an script.  
 
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Following steps are necessary to setup the script:
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# Download [[Media:020 univention-ucc-setup-onemonitor.sh| configuration script]]
  
 
copy to clients
 
copy to clients
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= Setup Richtlinie =
 
= Setup Richtlinie =
  
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Revision as of 14:50, 23 June 2014

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This article describes briefly how you can setup a custom display configuration for one monitor operation in UCC-environments. Please note that UCC-Clients use per default the best suited resolution. This steps are only necessary if you need a custom resolution and only if you not have two displays in operation. If you have two displays in operation have a look on the [UCC manual]
Prerequisites:

  • UCS DC Master with installed modul UCC

Setup script

As described in the [UCC manual] for all special cases the display configuration can be configured in an script. Following steps are necessary to setup the script:

  1. Download configuration script

copy to clients or Modify image

Setup Richtlinie

Setup UMC

Additional sources

Personal tools