New Firmware: IGEL Universal Desktop OS / LX 4.09.100

IGEL Universal Desktop LX


Version 4.09.100


Supported devices: UD2-xxx LX,UD3-xxx LX,UD5-xxx LX,UD9-xxx LX





 – Citrix ICA Client

 – Citrix Access Gateway Standard Plug-in

 – RDP rdesktop 1.6.0

 – FabulaTech USB for Remote Desktop 3.1.2

 – VMware View client 1.4.0-639205

 – Quest vWorkspace Client 7.0

 – Leostream Java Connect

 – Ericom PowerTerm

 – Ericom Webconnect

 – IBM iSeriesAccess 7.1.0-1.0

 – SAP GUI java710rev6

 – Firefox 5.0.1

 – SUN JRE 1.6.0_14

 – Totem Media Player 2.30.2

 – Voip Client Ekiga 3.2.7

 – Thinlinc Client 3.2.0

 – NX Client 3.5.0-7

 – Cisco VPN Client

 – NCP Secure Client (Enterprise) 305_007.i686

 – ThinPrint Client 7.0.38

 – Xorg X11 Server 1.7.6

 – Xorg Xephyr 1.7.6

 – PC/SC Lite 1.8.1

 – MUSCLE CCID Driver 1.4.5

 – Omnikey CCID Driver 3.6.0

 – Omnikey RFID Driver 2.7.2

 – SCM Microsystems CCID Driver 5.0.11

 – Safenet / Aladdin eToken Driver 8.0.5-0

 – A.E.T SafeSign PKCS#11 Library 3.0.1785

 – Gemalto .NET PKCS#11 Library 2.1.0

 – SecMaker NetID PKCS#11 Library

 – RedHat Enterprise SPICE Client 0.8


Known issues:


– [VMware View]

  – If a protocol is preselected and you choose another protocol at the

    VMware View client’s dialog, the connection is not be established.

  – A connection drop is not be detected if RDP is used.


New features:


– [VMware View]

  – Updated VMware View Client to version 1.4.0.

    New features:

    – Client-side caching for PCoIP: The default cache size is 50 MB and can be

      increased up to 300 MB. The cache can not be disabled! If the cache size

      is increased, make sure that you have enough system memory installed.

    – FIPS support for PCoIP. See VMware View documentation for more details.

    – Server certificates are checked now within SSL connections.

    – CA certificates for SSL connections need to be stored in the folder

      /wfs/ca-certs on the thinclient. Common CA certificates are provided by

      our base system.

    Removed features:

    – The keyboard layout and scancode is not configurable anymore, instead

      it is detected automatically now.

– [Fabulatech]

  – Updated FabulaTech USB for Remote Desktop to Version 3.1.2

    Now supports ICA and RDP Sessions.

– [ICA]

  – Support for Citrix VDI-in-a-Box connections via Firefox Browser:

    enable registry key “browser_plugin.ica.vdi_fix”.

  – Smart card logon in ICA sessions using local login window:

    the new parameter “Enable smart card logon” at page

    “Sessions->ICA->ICA Global->Local Logon” now controls if smart card logon

    is active.

    The parameter

    “Don’t show Password Protection Window (Ctrl+Alt+Delete) before Logon”

    can now be set independently.

    CAUTION: If you already use smart card logon in ICA sessions using

    local login window, you now have to set “Enable smart card logon”

    at page “Sessions->ICA->ICA Global->Local Logon”.

  – CA certificates for SSL connections must be stored now in the folder


    The old folder /wfs/icacerts is still working, but deprecated.

    Common CA certificates are now provided by our base system.

– [RDP]

  – CA certificates for SSL connections must be stored now in the folder


    The old folder /wfs/rdpcerts is still working, but deprecated.

    Common CA certificates are now provided by our base system.

– [Firefox]

  – Added maximized start to Firefox.

    New registry key:

– [X session]

  – New Xephyr version 1.7.6

– [base system]

  – Integrated Common CA certificates used by ICA, RDP and View sessions.

    Additional certificates for these sessions can be added at /wfs/ca-certs

    on the thinclient.

    Certificates must be in DER or PEM format and file extension must be

    .cer, .crt or .pem.

    CA certificates in /wfs/rdpcerts and /wfs/icacerts are still used, but it is

    now deprecated to use these folders.

    The common CA certificates can be deactivated by disabling the

    registry key “”. In this case,

    only CA certificates in the /wfs/ca-certs, /wfs/icacerts and /wfs/rdpcerts

    folders will be used.

  – Added japanese keyboard layout support.

  – Composite extension of X server can be switched off in setup

    by registry key “x.xserver0.composite”.


Fixed bugs:


– [ICA]

  – Fixed redirection of Philips foot pedals via ICA SpeechMike Control Channel.

  – Fixed audio distortions in ICA sessions.

  – Fixed flash redirection window position in seamless ICA sessions

    with flash redirection enabled.

  – Fixed reconnecting to existing sessions. There are no display problems


  – Fixed display problems after moving seamless window sessions.

  – Citrix XenApp/Program Neighbourhood: start menu is now working with

    ampersands in folder names.

– [XenDesktop]

  – XenDesktop Appliance:

    Fixed flickering issue during VNC shadowing. The confirmation dialog

    for shadowing permission is now displayed too.

– [VMware View]

  – Fixed sound output in Vmware View PCoIP sessions.

– [Network]

  – Added NFS mount options network.nfsmount<N>.nfsvers and

    x.nfs_fontdir<N>.nfsvers to define NFS protocol version.

    Some old servers require a setting of “2”.

  – Fixed wireless regulatory domain configuration with Ralink chipsets.

– [Desktop]

  – Fixed 1920×1200 display resolution with HP monitor ZR2440w and IGEL UD3.

  – Fixed Display Port output for IGEL UD5-x30 for monitors that report a DPCD

    version 1.2.

  – Added configuration for hotplug detection of Display Port monitors at IGEL UD5-x30.

    Hotplug detection is disabled by default and can be enabled with registry key:


– [base system]

  – Fixed Portuguese keyboard layout with enabled deadkeys.

  – Fixed overdrive on unamplified maximal sound volume.

  – Improved (error) messages for logon with IGEL Smartcard, Active Directory

    and Shared Workplace.

  – Fixed name server lookup feature in network tools.