Working with Kaspersky Thin Client
Oct 23, 2023
The main scenario for working with Kaspersky Thin Client involves preparing the system before startup, starting the system, and connecting it to a remote desktop. Once you are finished working with the remote desktop, the connection session is supposed to be closed, and the system turned off. You spend the rest of the time in a familiar software environment and do not need to interact with the Kaspersky Thin Client interface.
The main operating scenario for working with Kaspersky Thin Client consists of the following steps:
- Preparing Kaspersky Thin Client for startup
Connect a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the device before starting it for the first time. If necessary, you can also connect USB devices and/or USB tokens.
- Starting Kaspersky Thin Client
Turn on the thin client to get started.
- Connecting to a remote desktop
Connect to a remote desktop and start working.
- Locking the desktop and resuming operations
If you need to temporarily leave your workstation, lock your remote desktop. Resume operations when you return to your workstation. For detailed information about locking the remote desktop and resuming operations, see the manual of the operating system you are connecting to remotely.
- Closing a connection session
Close the remote desktop connection session when you are finished working with it.
- Stopping Kaspersky Thin Client
Turn off the thin client at the end of the workday.