Manual Chapter : Webtops - Modern and Standard

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Webtops - Modern and Standard

What is webtop appearance personalization?

You can customize the appearance of a webtop, including the layout of the webtop screen, images, and colors associated with the webtop. These are the settings shown on the Branding tab of the webtop.

Personalizing page appearance for webtops

Personalize webtop appearance settings to change the appearance and layout of specific webtops.
  1. On the Main tab, click
    Access
    Profiles / Policies
    Customization
    General
    .
    The Customization tool appears in General Customization view, displaying
    Form Factor: Full/Mobile Browser
    settings.
  2. In the left pane, expand the folders and navigate to
    Customization Settings
    Webtops
    webtop_name
    .
  3. In the left pane, select the Branding tab.
  4. Customize the settings for each individual element by clicking the element and changing the displayed settings.
  5. After you customize settings, click the
    Save
    icon at the top of the Customization tool.
The webtop pages display your changes.

Webtop network connectivity status icons settings

You can customize the following icons for connectivity status on the webtop. These settings are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Connected icon
16x16px image
Specifies the image for the connected status light on the webtop.
Disconnected icon
16x16px image
Specifies the image for the disconnected status light on the webtop.
Waiting icon
32x32px image
Specifies the image that displays while the client is connecting.
Warning icon
32x32px image
Specifies the image that displays next to a warning message.

'CSS sprites image' settings

You can specify the portal access connection CSS sprites image with this setting. These settings are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
CSS Sprites image
An image file
Specifies the image to use for sprites to construct the webtop windows.

Web Applications Session Timeout settings

Portal access timeouts cause special behavior on the portal access webtop screen. When the session reaches the session timeout guard time, BIG-IP Access Policy Manager displays a session timeout warning, and dims the screen behind the warning. Depending on the type of timeout, the user sees different choices. You can use the following options to customize and configure session timeout options. These settings are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
'Inactivity Timeout' background color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the color of the background that appears behind the session timeout warning pop-up screen, when the timeout occurs because the session is inactive.
'Maximum Session Timeout' background color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the color of the background that appears behind the session timeout warning pop-up screen, when the timeout occurs because the session has reached the maximum timeout.
Dialog background color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Indicates the page background color for the timeout dialog box presented by session inactivity timeouts or maximum session timeouts.
Dialog x-size in pixels
Number (px)
Specifies the width, in pixels, of the timeout dialog.
Dialog y-size in pixels
Number (px)
Specifies the height, in pixels, of the timeout dialog.
Dimmed opacity percentage
Number (1-100)
Specifies the opacity of the background that appears behind the session timeout warning pop-up screen.
Guard time
Number (seconds)
Specifies the number of seconds before timeout that the session timeout warning pop-up screen appears.
Position of buttons Background image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the button background image that appears when the mouse hover.
Position of buttons Background image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the button background image.
Position of header Background image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the background hover image.
Position of Left Sidepart image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the left-side mouse hover image.
Position of Left Sidepart image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the left-side image.
Position of Logout image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the logout image.
Position of Right Sidepart image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the right-side hover image.
Position of Right Sidepart image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the right-side image.
Position of Warning image in CSS Sprites image
Coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the warning image.

Web Applications Hometab settings

Portal access connections include an optional hometab, which provides buttons and links for working with portal access and a URL bar. You can customize and configure the hometab with the following options on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Data entry background color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the color of the background that appears behind the data entry fields on the hometab.
Data entry left and right border color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the color of the borders for the data entry area.
Data entry text color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the text color for data entry fields.
Font size (px)
pixel value (for example,
14px
)
Specifies the font size on the hometab.
Link color
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the link text color on the hometab.
Link color (hover)
A hex color code, for example,
#123ABC
. When you click the color value, two color choosers appear. One allows you to select a color from 40 common color blocks, and the other allows you to select any HTML color from a more sophisticated color wheel. You can also type the color value in as text.
Specifies the color for links when the mouse hovers over them.
Position of Background image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the background image that appears when the mouse hovers.
Position of Background image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the background image.
Position of divider image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the divider image.
Position of home image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the Home image.
Position of Left Sidepart image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the left side image.
Position of Logout image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the logout image.
Position of Open-In-New-Window image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the "open in new window" image, when the mouse hovers over it.
Position of Open-In-New-Window image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the "open in new window" image.
Position of Reduced toolbar image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the minimized toolbar image, when the mouse hovers over it.
Position of Reduced toolbar image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the minimized toolbar image.
Position of Right Sidepart image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the right side image.
Position of Shrink image (hover) in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the shrink image, when the mouse hovers over it.
Position of Shrink image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the shrink image.
Position of Transparent background image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the warning image.
Position of Transparent sidepart image in CSS Sprites image
coordinates in px (-left, -top)
Specifies the offset from the left and top margin of the CSS Sprites image for the transparent side image.
Set of elements to be displayed
comma-separated list
This is a comma-separated list of all the elements displayed on the hometab. The hometab is arranged in the order in which you specify these elements. Elements can be used more than once. The default specification is
shrink,divider,home,url,logout
.
You can specify the following elements for the home tab:
shrink
Specifies the hometab shrink element.
divider
Specifies a hometab field separator element.
url
Specifies the hometab URL box element.
home
Specifies the home link and text element.
logout
Specifies the logout link and image element.

Full Webtop Settings

You can configure the appearance of the full webtop with these Branding settings. Some of the settings differ for policies created with the
Customization Type
set to
Modern
versus
Standard
(noted below). These settings are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Expand Section Icon
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to expand a section on the webtop. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file.
Header Message icon
Image
Specifies the image for the header message icon on the full webtop. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Help Window Logo
(Modern policies only)
Image
Specifies the image for the Help window.
Shrink Section icon
Image
Specifies the image that a webtop user can click to shrink or expand a section. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Toolbar - Go Icon
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to go to a location from the webtop toolbar. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Toolbar - Help Icon
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to open the help from the webtop toolbar. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser. For Modern policies only.
Search Cancel Icon
(Standard policies) or
Toolbar - Search Cancel Icon
(Modern policies)
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to cancel a search from the webtop toolbar. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Search Icon
(Standard policies) or
Toolbar - Search Icon
(Modern policies)
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to initiate a search from the webtop toolbar. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
VDI settings Icon
(Standard policies)
Toolbar - VDI settings Icon
(Modern policies)
Image
Specifies the image that a user clicks to open VDI settings from the webtop toolbar. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.

Full Webtop Custom Header

You can create a custom header for the full webtop. These settings are only available if using the webtop with an access profile or per-request policy with the
Customization Type
set to
Standard
. The settings are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Background color
color value
Specifies the image for the company logo on the full webtop. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Custom Header
on
or
off
Specifies whether to display a custom header on the full webtop.
Logout Button Color
color value
Specifies the color for the logout button.
Logout Button Text Color
color value
Specifies the color for text on the logout button.

Full Webtop Popup Window Settings

You can add the company logo to the full webtop with these settings. They are on the Branding tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Company logo
Image
Specifies the image for the company logo on the full webtop. To change the image, click the image popout button at the right of the field, then click
Replace
. Select an image file to replace the image file. Note that you can add files to the Customization tool in the image browser.
Show Statistics Table
on
or
off
Specifies whether to display make a table with connection statistics available for display on the full webtop.
Tray Icon Set
(Modern policies only
F5
or
Generic
Specifies a default set of tray icons.

Advanced customization image settings

You set advanced customization images to make images you add through the image browser available to your advanced customization pages.
The
Advanced Customization Images
properties pages allow you to set advanced customization images from the image browser to associate with advanced customization image names. You can then use the image name to add an image to an advanced customization page.
To select an image from the image browser to associate with an image for advanced customization, click the button next to the current (or default) image name, and select
Replace
.

What is webtop localization?

You can customize webtop settings, including the messages displayed when starting and closing the connection, and any error messages, for any language supported on the server. These are the webtop settings available under the webtop name on the Text tab.
A webtop must be assigned to an access profile to see and customize the webtop for the languages assigned to the access profile. If you customize a webtop that is not assigned to any access profile, you can customize the default set of languages only.

Localizing captions for webtop sections

Localize webtop sections to configure captions and descriptions of them on a full webtop in a specific language.
  1. On the Main tab, click
    Access
    Profiles / Policies
    Customization
    General
    .
    The Customization tool appears in General Customization view, displaying
    Form Factor: Full/Mobile Browser
    settings.
  2. In the left pane, select the Text tab.
    A navigation tree displays in the left pane.
  3. Expand the
    Webtop Sections
    folder.
  4. Select the webtop section name.
    Settings display in the right pane.
  5. At the top right of the Customization settings pane, select the
    Language
    for which to customize the caption and description for full and mobile browsers.
  6. Type a
    Caption
    to provide a label for the webtop section on the full webtop.
  7. Type a
    Detailed Description
    to provide a detailed description for the webtop section in the full webtop.
  8. After you customize settings, click the
    Save
    icon at the top of the Customization tool.

Localizing webtops

Localize webtops to configure images, text, and layout for a webtop in a specific language.
  1. On the Main tab, click
    Access
    Profiles / Policies
    Customization
    General
    .
    The Customization tool appears in General Customization view, displaying
    Form Factor: Full/Mobile Browser
    settings.
  2. In the left pane, select the Text tab.
    A navigation tree displays in the left pane.
  3. In the left pane, expand the folders and navigate to
    Customization Settings
    Webtops
    name_of_webtop
    .
  4. At the top right of the Customization settings pane, select the
    Language
    for which to customize localization messages for full and mobile browsers.
  5. Customize the settings for each individual element by clicking the element and changing the displayed settings.
  6. After you customize settings, click the
    Save
    icon at the top of the Customization tool.

Form and Message Settings

You can customize the following settings for form and message settings that appear on webtops, in web browsers and on mobile devices, with the Customization tool. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
App Tunnels conflict with Network Access message
Text
Specifies the message that appears when an application tunnel is open and the user attempts to start a network access tunnel.
Connected message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the client is connected.
Connecting message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the client is connecting.
Connection already established error message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when a connection is already established.
Connection closed by server error message
Text
Specifies the error message displayed when an error occurs on the server, and causes the session to fail. Check the log files for more specific information.
Connection dropped error message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when an error occurs, and the connection is dropped. Check the log files for more specific information.
Connection failed to start error message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when the connection cannot start. Check the log files for more specific information.
Connection to server could not start error message
Text
Specifies the error message displayed when the client cannot make a connection to the server. Check the log files for more specific information.
DialogBox messages
Text
Specifies the message displayed in various dialog boxes that may be displayed. Several more dialog box settings are available for policies created with the
Customization Type
set to
Modern
.
Disconnected due to configuration error message
Text
Specifies the error displayed when a configuration error causes the session to stop and the client to be disconnected.
Disconnected message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the client is disconnected.
Downloading progress bar (caption)
Text
Specifies the caption displayed above the progress bar when client components are downloading.
F5 plug-in not installed or incompatible plug-in error message
Text
Specifies the error message displayed when the F5 plug-in is not installed or is incompatible with the current server. This error occurs on Macintosh®and Linux clients only.
Failed message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the connection fails.
Initialization message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the login sequence is initializing.
Installation error pppd daemon not found in /usr/sbin directory (mac/linux)
Text
Specifies the error message displayed when the pppd daemon cannot start. This error occurs on Macintosh and Linux clients only.
Installation message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the login sequence is installing software.
Loading message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the login sequence is starting installed software.
Network Access client internal error message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when an internal client error occurs and causes the network access session to fail. Check the log files for more specific information.
Network Access conflict with App Tunnels message
Text
Specifies the message that appears when a network access tunnel is open and the user attempts to start an app tunnel.
Network Tunnel
Text
Specifies the message that appears when a network tunnel is open.
Plugin installation incomplete error message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when the F5 plugin is not installed correctly. This error occurs on Linux clients only.
pppd daemon did not start error message (mac/linux)
Text
Specifies the error message displayed when the pppd daemon cannot start. This error occurs on Macintosh and Linux clients only.
Queued message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the client is queued to make a connection.
Reconnecting message
Text
Specifies the message displayed on the login screen when the client is reconnecting.
Request local credentials during linux installation
Text
Specifies the code that creates a local credentials request screen. This is required for Linux systems only. We recommend that you edit this code in an HTML editor to make the layout easier to view.
Do not add manual line breaks to the webtop form; this causes errors. Use the <br> tag to add a line break to the code.
Routing table change caused disconnect error message
Text
Specifies the error displayed when a change to the client routing table causes the session to stop and the client to be disconnected.
Secure connection stopped message
Text
Specifies the message displayed when the secure connection is stopped by the client. Check the log files for more specific information.
Toolbar text
Text
Specifies the text that appears in the webtop toolbar.

Webtop BIG-IP Edge Client Settings

You can customize the following settings for the BIG-IP Edge Client webtop, in web browsers and on mobile devices, with the Customization tool. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Connection Established notification
Text
Specifies the message that appears in the BIG-IP Edge Client when a connection is established.
Disconnected due to configuration error notification
Text
Specifies the message displayed in the BIG-IP Edge Client when the connection is closed due to a configuration error.
New BIG-IP Edge Client available message
Text
Specifies the message displayed during connection, when a newer version of the BIG-IP Edge Client is available from the server.
Routing table change causes disconnect notification
Text
Specifies the message displayed when a change in the routing table on the client machine causes the client to disconnect.

Show and Hide Settings

You can customize the following show and hide settings for the webtop, in web browsers and on mobile devices, with the Customization tool. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Connection cipher algorithm
Text
Cipher algorithm.
Connection cipher strength
Text
Cipher strength.
Connection Details Info Header
Text
Connection details.
Connection Details Value Header
Text
Value.
Connection duration
Text
Connection duration.
Connection hash algorithm
Text
Hash algorithm.
Connection idle time
Text
Idle.
Connection idle timeout in seconds
Text
Idle timeout in seconds.
Connection IPv4 address
Text
IPv4 address.
Connection IPv6 address
Text
IPv6 address.
Connection key exchange algorithm
Text
Key Exchange Algorithm.
Connection port
Text
Port
Connection protocol
Text
Protocol.
Connection security protocol
Text
Security protocol.
Disable logging link
Text
Specifies the link text to disable logging.
Enable logging link
Text
Specifies the link text to enable logging.
Hide label in table caption link
Text
Specifies the text on the webtop screen that the user clicks to hide a table caption.
Show IP address configuration link
Text
Specifies the text on the webtop screen that the user clicks to show the IP address configuration.
Show label in table caption link
Text
Specifies the text on the webtop screen that the user clicks to show a table caption link.
Show log file link
Text
Specifies the text on the secure access screen that the user clicks to show the log file.
Show routing table link
Text
Specifies the text on the webtop screen that the user clicks to show the routing table.
Status element
Text
Specifies the text on the webtop screen that heads the status section.

Logout and Relaunch Settings

You can customize the following settings for logout and relaunch messages that appear on webtops, in web browsers and on mobile devices, with the Customization tool. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Logout link
Text
Specifies the link text on the webtop screen that the user clicks to log out.

Activity Section Settings

You can customize the following setting for the activity section on the Text tab under the webtop name. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Activity section caption
Text
Specifies the caption for the section that shows client and server activity.

Web Applications Session Timeout Settings

You can localize the timeout settings for portal access applications that are displayed on the webtop.
Name
Value
Description
Header message (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the message displayed when the idle timeout is reached for a portal access session.
Header message (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the message displayed when the maximum session time timeout is reached for a portal access session.
Postfix text for 'remaining time' message (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the text after the seconds display in the remaining time warning for a portal access idle timeout.
Postfix text for 'remaining time' message (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the text after the seconds display in the remaining time warning for a portal access maximum session time timeout.
Postfix text for seconds in 'remaining time' message (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the text after the number of seconds remaining when an idle timeout is reached.
Postfix text for seconds in 'remaining time' message (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the text after the number of seconds remaining when a maximum session time timeout is reached.
Prefix text for 'remaining time' message (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the message displayed before the seconds and postfix message display in the remaining time warning for a portal access idle timeout.
Prefix text for 'remaining time' message (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the text before the seconds and postfix message display in the remaining time warning for a portal access maximum session time timeout.
Prefix text for seconds in 'remaining time' message (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the text displayed before the number of seconds remaining when an idle timeout is reached.
Prefix text for seconds in 'remaining time' message (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the text displayed before the number of seconds remaining when a maximum session time timeout is reached.
Text for 'disconnect' button
Text
Specifies the text on the button that the user clicks to disconnect the session.
Text for 'disconnect' button tooltip
Text
Specifies the tooltip text for the button that the user clicks to disconnect the session.
Text for 'stay connected' button (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the text on the button that the user clicks to stay connected to the session in the event of an idle timeout.
Text for 'stay connected' button (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the text on the button that the user clicks to stay connected to the session in the event of a maximum session time timeout.
Text for 'stay connected' button tooltip (idle timeout)
Text
Specifies the tooltip text for the button that the user clicks to stay connected to the session in the event of an idle timeout.
Text for 'stay connected' button tooltip (maximum timeout)
Text
Specifies the tooltip text for the button that the user clicks to stay connected to the session in the event of a maximum session time timeout.

Web Applications Hometab Settings

You can localize the timeout settings for portal access applications that are displayed on the webtop. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Home image text
Text
Specifies the text for the home image on the hometab.
Home link text
Text
Specifies the text for the home link.
Logout image text
Text
Specifies the text on the image that the user clicks to log off the system.
Logout link text
Text
Specifies the text for the link that the user clicks to log off the system.
Open in new window image text
Text
Specifies the text on the image that the user clicks to open in new window.
Reduced toolbar
Text
Specifies the text to expand a reduced toolbar.
Shrink image text
Text
Specifies the text to shrink an image.

Full Webtop Settings

You can localize particular messages and links for full webtops. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name. Some of the settings are only for policies created with the
Customization Type
set to
Modern
. Those are noted in the table.
Name
Value
Description
Applications and links
Text
Specifies the header text for the applications and links section on the full webtop.
Empty URL input message
Text
Specifies the text in the empty URL field on the full webtop.
Fallback Section Name
Text
Specifies the name of the fallback section.
Help Window Contents
Text
Specifies help window contents. Modern policies only.
Help Window Contents Header
Text
Specifies help window header. Modern policies only.
Header message
Text
Specifies the header message for the full webtop.
Maximum timeout message
Text
Specifies the text when a session timeout is about to occur.
Network access
Text
Specifies the text for the network access section.
Search
Text
Specifies Search.
Search - resource not found
Text
Specifies message for search when the resource is not found.
Toolbar name for VDI settings
Text
Specifies name on the toolbar for VDI settings.
Toolbar - Help
Text
Specifies help for the toolbar. Modern policies only.
Webtop Title
Text
Specifies title to appear on the webtop.

Full Webtop Popup Window Settings

You can localize particular messages and links for full webtops. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Description
Action label
Text
Specifies the label for the action section on the webtop popup.
Application Name label
Text
Specifies the label for the application name section on the webtop popup.
Application tunnel port conflict warning tooltip
Text
Specifies the tooltip text for a port conflict for the application tunnel.
Application tunnel port messaging tooltip
Text
Specifies the tooltip text for the port used for the application tunnel.
Application Tunnels label
Text
Specifies the label for the Application Tunnels.
Apptunnels confirm your action title
Text
Specifies the text for user to confirm action.
Apptunnels message shown when no tunnels assigned to current OS
Text
Specifies the message to display when there are no Apptunnels assigned.
Apptunnels No button
Text
Specifies a No button.
Apptunnels Ok button
Text
Specifies an OK button.
Apptunnels Yes
Text
Specifies a Yes button.
Connected to message
Text
Specifies the text for the tunnel or resource the user is connected to, on the webtop popup.
Label for Dialog Close button
Specifies the label for closing a dialog box. For Modern policies only.
Logged in as message
Text
Specifies the label for the user name that the user is logged in as on the webtop popup.
Network access label
Text
Specifies the label for the network access section.
Optimized Applications label
Text
Specifies the label for the optimized applications section.
Page title
Text
Specifies the page title for the popup window.
Resource close warning message
Text
Specifies the message that verifies that you want to close a resource.
Status label
Text
Specifies the text for the status label on the popup window.
Summary label
Text
Specifies the text for the label for the summary section on the popup window.
Terminate All Tunnels button
Text
Specifies the text for the button to stop all tunnel connections.
Terminate button
Text
Specifies the text for the Terminate button for a specific connection.
Terminate NA Tunnels button
Text
Specifies the text for the button to stop the network access connection.
Total Traffic label
Text
Specifies the label for the total traffic display.
Traffic compression label
Text
Specifies the label for the traffic compression display.
Traffic label
Text
Specifies the label for the traffic display.
Traffic Received label
Text
Specifies the label for received traffic section.
Traffic Sent label
Text
Specifies the label for sent traffic section.
Traffic Type label
Text
Specifies the label for the traffic type section.
View label
Text
Specifies the label for the view section.
Warning
Text
Specifies a warning.
Warning before closing popup
Text
Specifies the warning that appears before closing the popup window and closing all connections.
Warning when user navigated from Webtop
Text
Specifies the warning that appears when the user attempts to navigate away from the webtop and close connections.
Warning when Webtop closed
Text
Specifies the warning when the webtop popup is closed and connections are to be closed.

Full Webtop VDI Dialog Labels

You can localize VDI dialog labels. These settings are on the Text tab under the webtop name.
Name
Value
Close Folder Browser
Close Browser
Dialog caption for logon
Type your username and password
Dialog caption for user defined destination
Type your remote host address
Dialog caption vdi settings dialog
Select the client type for VDI resource launch
Dialog caption when application can't be launched
Application Launch failed
Dialog caption when client needs to be selected
Select client
Dialog caption when logon failed
Logon failed
Dialog caption when there are no resources found
No resources found
Dialog message from vdi settings dialog, used when client type is enforced by the administrator
[VDI_CLIENT_NAME] is enforced by administrator.
Dialog message to display native client download link
You can download [VDI_CLIENT_NAME] from <a target="_blank" href="[VDI_CLIENT_URL]">here</a>.
Dialog message when application can't be launched
Application Launch failed
Dialog message when client needs to be selected
You can open the resource with <b>[VDI_CLIENT_NAME]</b> or <b> HTML5 Client</b>. Please select one.
Dialog message when there are no resources found
There are no resources currently available for this user.
Error message caption when autolaunch couldn't be performed due to site isn't in trusted sites list
Application autolaunch failed
Error message connection to server failed
Connection to your resource failed. Please click the <b>Try Again</b> button to try again or <b>Close</b> button to close this dialog.
Error message logon to server failed
Logon to your resource failed. Please click the <b>Try Again</b> button to try again or <b>Close</b> button to close this dialog.
Error message when autolaunch couldn't be performed due to site isn't in trusted sites list
To perform autolaunch this site should be added to trusted sites list
Error message server is overloaded
Server reports that it is overloaded. Please contact your server administrator.
Label for Cancel button
Cancel
Label for Close button
Close
Label for Connect button, used in user defined destination dialog
Connect
Label for Domain field
Domain:
Label for download button, used in installer dialog
Download
Label for Logon button
Logon
Label for Ok button, used in vdi settings dialog
OK
Label for Password field
Password:
Label for skip button, used in installer dialog
Skip
Label for Try Again button
Try Again
Label for user defined destination field
Destination:
Label for Username field
Username: