HP TC ThinPro 6.2 Batch Processing Task Execution Guide

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This document focuses on the ThinPro 6.2 system of HP TCs and describes how to implement the following functions using HPTC:

(1)                Prepare for AccessClient deployment, for example, creating directories, granting permissions, and creating shortcuts.

(2)                Push and execute the AccessClient installation package or upgrade package.

(3)                Push configuration files and certificates.

(4)                Collect client logs.

 

 

1         ThinPro 6.2

1.1     Task Templates

ThinPro 6.2 involves the following template files:

(1) HDP01-ThinPro-Preparation.xml:

Create the following directories and enable the User user to have full control permission for these directories:

/etc/.accessclient

/usr/local/HDPClient

/usr/local/HuaweiAccessClientBackup

/home/user/.local/share/data/Huawei

/var/log/hdplog

/apps

/dev/input

Grant the User user the permission to create soft connections in the /usr directory.

Enable the User user to run CloudClient and HDPShareAppTray as the administrator.

(2) HDP02-ThinPro-CreateConnections.xml:

Create shortcuts for CloudClient and HDPShareAppTray in Connection Manager.

Set CloudClient to start at boot.

(3) HDP03-ThinPro-Install AccessClient.zip:

Push the AccessClient_x64lnx.run file to the /tmp directory of the TC and perform the installation.

(4) HDP04-ThinPro-DeployConfigFiles.zip:

Push the configuration files and certificate files to the corresponding directory on the TC.

(5) HDP05-ThinPro-CaptureLog.xml:

Collect HdpLog files on the TC.

Note: Operations described in sections 1.2 and 1.3 must be performed before the AccessClient installation package is pushed.

 

1.2     Preparing for the Deployment - HDP01-ThinPro-Preparation.xml

(1)                Place HDP01-ThinPro-Preparation.xml in the location that can be accessed by the HPDM Console.

(2)                Select HP ThinPro 6-64, choose Template > Import > Exported Templates (*.xml, *.zip), select the HDP01-ThinPro-Preparation.xml file, and click Import.

(3)                In HPDM Console, drag the imported HDP01-ThinPro-Preparation task to the target TC, as shown in the following figure.

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(4)                In the displayed dialog box, click OK to deliver the task. Wait until the task is complete.

 

1.3     Creating a Connection in Connection Manager

(1)                Import HDP02-ThinPro-CreateConnections.xml. For details, see (1) and (2) in step 1.2.

(2)                In HPDM Console, drag the imported HDP02-ThinPro-CreateConnections task to the target TC.

(3)                In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK to deliver the task and wait until the task is complete. Then you can create a connection in Connection Manager of the TC (even if AccessClient is not installed).

 

 

1.4     Pushing and Installing AccessClient

(1)                Import HDP03-ThinPro-Install AccessClient.zip. For details, see (1) and (2) in step 1.2.

(2)                In HPDM Console, right-click the imported HDP03-ThinPro-Install AccessClient task and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. In the displayed dialog box shown in the following figure, select Send Task and click Editor.

 

(3)                On the Task Editor page, click Add to add the AccessClient_x64lnx.run file to be pushed, enter /tmp in file and registry, and click OK. Then, click OK in the Task Editor window.

(4)                Enter Package Description Editor, as shown in the following figure. Note the configuration items in the red box, and click Generate.

 

(5)                After the task is modified and transferred to the HPDM Server, drag the task to the target TC and click OK to deliver the task and install AccessClient.

1.5     Pushing Configuration Files

(1)                Import the HDP04-ThinPro-DeployConfigFiles.zip file.

(2)                In HPDM Console, right-click the imported HDP04-ThinPro-DeployConfigFiles task and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. In the displayed dialog box shown in the following figure, select Deploy file and click Editor.

 

(3)                Click Add from local to add the configuration file to be pushed. Note that Path On Device is the configuration file or certificate path in /home/user/.local/share/data/Huawei, and click OK.

(4)             

 

(5)                In Package Description Editor, perform the following settings:

 

(6)                Drag the task to the target TC. In the displayed dialog box, click OK to push the configuration file.

1.6     Collecting AccessClient Logs

(1)                Import template file HDP05-ThinPro-CaptureLog.xml.

(2)                In HPDM Console, drag HDP05-ThinPro-CaptureLog to the target device, and click OK to collect the log directories.

(3)                The collected log directories are saved in the \ftproot\HPDM\Repository\Files\Captured directory.

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