CentOS based virtual appliance for Microsoft Hyper-V Server incl. IGEL UMS Server

Hello folks,

i’ve done a small release during the night… A video for the basics is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx09hItZM44

The download for the appliance is available here: Offline, download latest Version

Release Date: 11.05.2012

Copyright 2012 cloud-client.info

EMail: mhoting@cloud-client.info

This is a non commercial release without any official support by IGEL Technology or cloud-client.info.

Use on your own risk, the publisher is not responsible for any damage or issue related to the use
of this free release.

Requirements for the VM:

Getting started:
Copy the folder cloud-client.info IGEL UMS Appliance 1.0 to your Hyper-V VM folder.
Import the VM via the Hyper-V console and set the Network Card to the Network you want to connect to.
Start the VM, by default the VM will pick up a DHCP address. If you want to use a static IP you can
configure this in the DHCP Server by assigning a IP to the VM’s MAC-ID (see below).
After the vm is startet open the VM console and login to the System with the username igel (credentials
see below. Now you can assign also a static IP (Network setup is on the right in the top menu).
On the desktop you can see two links to open the UMS console or administrator tool.

Note: I’ve setup default directory rules, new clients will directly moved to the device folder. You can
motify this of course depending on your needs.

Tested with:
Windows 2008 R2 SP1

Default User: igel Password: igel
Root User: root Password: igel
IGEL UMS Main User: Administrator Password: igel
IGEL UMS Sub Admin User: igel Password: igel
FTP User: anonymous login incl. write permission

Operating System:
CentOS 6.2 Kernel 2.6.32-220.14.1.el6.i686

Hostname: igelrmserver
MAC-ID: 00:15:5D:01:A6:47 (Do not change the MAC-ID!)

Installed Services:
IGEL Unversal Management Suite 4.01.500 with enabled automatic registration for thin clients (DHCP or DNS entry required!)l
Telnet Service
VNC Service
Hyper-V Integration Services 3.2 (Note: start mountcdrom.sh in console to mount a cd/dvd; see Microsoft KB2600152)
Firewall (Disabled by default)
XDMCP connections enabled (Free Windows XDMCP Client=http://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/files/)
proftpd (Configured with anonymous read/write access, warning: the appliance is not designed to handle a lot firmwares, watch the free available hdd space)

Have fun