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Retail Platform Software for Windows User's Guide

3-74 Chapter 3:

3-74 Chapter 3: Understanding the RSM LE Brightness Settings You can change the brightness of the display screen on terminals 7610, 7611, and some legacy terminals through the RSM user interface. To change the brightness settings of the display screen, follow these steps: 1. On the RSM window, select PlatformDisplay. The Display section displays the settings available. 2. Select Brightness. The system displays the Brightness window. 3. Select the brightness percentage on the slider control. The color blue represents the brightness percentage that is currently set. You can also set the brightness percentage by clicking the plus (+) and minus (‐) buttons. 4. Select OK, and then select Save on the Display section. The display screen of the terminal automatically changes according to the brightness settings you have selected. If you modify the brightness settings of a client or terminal through the server, the change reflects automatically even without refreshing the terminal. If you modify the brightness settings on the terminal itself, the change reflects only after selecting Save.

Chapter 3: Understanding the RSM LE 3-75 Power States The Power States for a System can be controlled within RSM. The following controls are provided: Restart (if licensed) Shutdown (if licensed) Daily Reset Daily Wake Up (wake on alarm) Power Switch (on terminals that support power switch disable) Reboot Type (cold or warm) Boot Order (normal or network) The various models of retail systems support different power states. To access the Power States, select PlatformPower States. Restrictions Standby is supported only if the system and the operating system support ACPI and standby. Standby is not supported on Windows NT. Some of the 7402, 7457–4xxx, and 7458–4xxx terminal systems do not wake (Wake– on–LAN or Daily Wake Up) from the off state (depending on the BIOS version). Aside from these terminals, there may be more terminals that do not support this control. Some systems may require OS, network driver configuration, or BIOS changes to enable Wake–on–LAN.

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