The User Sessions tab enables you to view and manage user sessions for the SGD server. A user session represents a user that is connected to an SGD server.
User session information is shown in the User Session List table.
The User Session List table shows details of user sessions for the SGD server.
The number of user sessions is indicated in brackets at the top of the table.
The User Session List table includes the following information for each user session:
User Identity. A unique identifier for the user.
User Profile. A profile that defines configuration settings and the applications available to the user.
Secure Global Desktop Server. The name of the SGD server hosting the user session.
Login Time. When the user logged in to the SGD server.
Use the Search options to search the User Session List table. The number of results returned by a search is limited to 150, by default. When searching for a User Identity or User Profile, you can use the “*” wildcard in your search string. Typing a search string of name is equivalent to searching for “*name*” and returns any match of the search string. The Start Time search option enables you to search for user sessions that were started between a range of times that you specify. The format of each time specified is yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss. Use one of the following formats to specify the range:
starttime - endtime
For example, 2010/05/11 08:00:00 - 2010/05/11 17:00:00.
Searches for user sessions that were started between the specified times.
For example, 20010/05/11 08:00:00-.
Searches for user sessions that were started on or after the specified time.
For example, -2010/05/11 08:00:33.
Searches for user sessions that were started before the specified time.
To show more details about a user session, select the check box for the user session in the User Session List table and click the View Details button.
To end a user session, select the check box for the user session in the User Session List table and click the End button.
To end all user sessions, click the Select Items Currently Displayed icon to select all user sessions and click the End button.
You can update the User Session List table by clicking the Reload button.
From the command line, use the tarantella webtopsession command to list user session details, and end user sessions. See The tarantella webtopsession Command.