How do I get to this dialog box?
From X Manager or X Manager for Domains or the X Administrative Console
(Administrative Console only) Click the Domain Definitions tab.
In the left pane, select an existing session definition or click next to Sessions Definitions to create a new one.
In the Session Definition pane on the right, click the Advanced tab.
The options are:
|Encrypt protocol to remote X server displays using cipher||Specify what encryption is used for protocol sent from the protocol router to X server displays on other computers. (Note: The 'none' option is not available if you are running in FIPS mode.)|
|Note: This setting also controls what encryption is used for protocol sent between the protocol router and remote client connectors when the Remote Session Services connection method is used to launch clients.|
|Preferred encoding||Specify the character set encoding required by the window manager to correctly display client names in window title bars. This is typically necessary when client names contain double-byte characters (such as Japanese Kanji). This setting applies to remote window managers only, that is, with servers configured for Show clients on X terminal desktop.|
|Image Byte Order||Specify the image byte order for the Session. Changing this setting to MSB can help if a client running on a big endian host is not displaying colors correctly.|
|Disable UTF-8 encoding in CTEXT clipboard pastes||When selected, Unicode characters that are not contained in the X Consortium approved standard encoding are replaced with question marks ('?') when converting a selection to a compound text (CTEXT) target. For example, if you pasted text from a word processor into a client application, special characters such as em dashes ('') would be replaced with question marks ('?'). When unselected (the default), these special characters are encoded using UTF-8 encoding.|
|Perform IP keep alives||When selected, the primary function of this setting is to instruct TCP/IP to check for terminated client sockets to Reflection X. If TCP/IP reports a lost connection, Reflection X terminates the client and its resources. Unless you experience network disruptions, it is best to enable this setting so that Reflection X correctly receives updates from TCP/IP.|
|Trace Session||While troubleshooting a problem, Micro Focus Technical Support may request that you obtain one or more traces of program actions. After receiving your trace file, Technical Support can replay the trace to replicate the problem. Enable this setting to create a trace file. This setting takes effect the next time you launch this session and remains in effect until you clear the setting.|
|Configure for replay||Do not enable this setting; it is for use by technical support when replaying a trace.|