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RDP Logoff Problem
#1
Hello,
 
I'm using ASG RD 2018.
When using the RDP button and choosing "Log off current user" – nothing happens. What should I do to make it work?
RDP->Send Ctrl-Alt-Del is working just fine.
 
Thanks,
Tomer Ofir
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#2
Log off is only working if the session of this user can be browsed - you can see that if you try "Refresh sesions" - if the sessions can be browsed they will be displayed under the current connection object
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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#3
(14-02-2018, 12:30 PM)DevOma Wrote: Log off is only working if the session of this user can be browsed - you can see that if you try "Refresh sesions" - if the sessions can be browsed they will be displayed under the current connection object

What do you mean - "session that can be browsed" ?
How can I make the session to be browsed?
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#4
Just use cmd.exe and try to query the session information with your user

query user /server:%computername%

If the sessions are displayed you should be also able to use log off - if not you do have the permission to query it from the remote machine
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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#5
(14-02-2018, 02:30 PM)DevOma Wrote: Just use cmd.exe and try to query the session information with your user

query user /server:%computername%

If the sessions are displayed you should be also able to use log off - if not you do have the permission to query it from the remote machine
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#6
if i open cmd on my workstation where the ASGRD is running then my logged on user does not have permissions to the server.
But, if i run the cmd using run as adminuser than I get the user information.
but still the log off feature does not work.
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#7
Did you start ASGRD also "As Administrator"?
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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