Workspace desktops provide on-demand services based on network resources and work depending on OSs and network configurations in desktops. This section describes some risky operations on desktops.
- Change the default service and startup options in the system configuration. Figure 1 shows the Services and Startup options.
Figure 1 Services and startup
- Disable HDP services shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 HDP services
- Uninstall programs shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Programs
- End the LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE, or SYSTEM processes in Task Manager. Figure 4 shows the processes that cannot be ended.
Figure 4 Task Manager
- Disable NICs, and disable or modify network configurations, as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5 Local connection
- Run the script or command for modifying a route, such as route DELETE *.
- Delete ports 28511, 28512, 28521, and 28522 from Windows firewall exception options.
- Enable software or tools, such as the IPsec, that can restrict network traffic.
- Delete files or folders in C:\Program Files\Huawei listed in Figure 6.
Figure 6 Folders
- Enable the sleep function on desktops. The sleep function is disabled for desktops by default, as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7 Sleep function
- Modify the configuration file of the HDP client (AccessAgent).
- Run Rabbit Magic or Wopti Utilities to clean or optimize the registry.
- Install a customized screensaver with complex transformation functions, which consumes system resources and causes a delay in desktop access.