Gerrie Rockwell Automation Group - ThinManager

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ThinManager allows unprecedented control and security in a sustainable and scalable platform regardless of the size of your industrial environment or number of facilities. 

ThinManager's thin client architecture allows for deployment of less expensive hardware while giving users the applications and tools familiar to them in a format that reduces management and maintenance costs while increasing security.

Version 13
New Features
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  • Database Health Check
  • Support for Cookies in Web
  • Browser Containers
  • Sound in Containers
  • MSI patch adoption
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  • Event based content delivery
  • Canned virtual screen layouts
  • sound redirection for iTMC, aTMC
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  • Custom CA Certificates for Web Browser Containers
  • RA Firewall Utility adoption
  • Secure boot for supported hardware

Productivity Features ThinManager 13

Enable partial backup and restore of system data base, commission ThinManager at scale acorss an enterprise, and validate IT standard requirements such as DNS and PXE settings.

Database Health Check
Self service evaluation of database integrity within the UI.

Storage of Cookies for Web Browser Containers
Cookies are associated with a specific container app on a terminal, location, or user. With a checkbox in the wizard, enable the delivery of the cookies from the database when the container is created.

Sound for Containers

Enhanced Patch Management
For Service Packs (or Patch Rollup), ThinServer.exe will no longer be re-registered during install, no longer required the service account to be entered.

Visualization Features ThinManager 13

Event Based Content Delivery

Events are created from external sources and are triggered in ThinManager from variable properties configured in TermMon. Once a trigger is received from another application, ThinManager can execute a variety of actions including:

Add Display Client - New content on a terminal

Permissions - Add or remove user permissions

Pass through event - Actions triggered outside ThinManager

Switch or tile display clients - Change visualization

Preconfigured virtual screen layouts

We can now increase the productivity and reactivity of users such as operators or maintenance staff when problems arise on the plant floor by configuring actions to occur within ThinManager to respond to those problems

For example, IF a safety perimeter is breached around let's say a palletizer machine, THEN we can bring up a camera feed of that machine to the operator workstation or in the control room to see what happened at that particular place on the plant floor

We can even pass through an event from an outside application such as your MES software to trigger another pre-configured action outside ThinManager in a separate application


ThinManager Product Profile Version 12 / 11

Industrial Network and Infrastructure Security Using ThinManager

ThinManager Videos
Blog Posts and Links

Internal and External Information

System Integrator Uses Thin Client Technology to Centralize Control of Disparate Machines and Systems

Rockwell's ThinManager Site