4.0 Working with Sessions

Each terminal session document contains configuration settings specific to each host and session you configure. Session customization options include:

  • Themes: to change display options such as font and color

  • Keyboard Maps: to customize keystroke actions

  • Mouse Maps: to customize mouse click actions

  • Hotspots: To help speed data entry.

  • Ribbon: To customizing the ribbon or menu user interface

To customize session setting

  1. Open the session.

  2. Open the Document Settings dialog box.

    The steps depend on your user interface mode.

    Ribbon or InfoConnect Browser

    With a session open, from the Quick Access Toolbar, click .


    With a session open, tap the Gear icon and then select Document Settings.

    Classic MDI

    With a session open, go to Options > Settings

Disabled Settings

If you find that settings are unavailable, it's likely they have been disabled by your administrator. When this is the case, the User Account Control icon appears in the upper-left corner of the workspace.

Clicking the Change Currently Disabled Settings link next to this icon allows an administrator to enable settings.

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