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Using Sun Secure Global Desktop

Sun Secure Global Desktop software (SGD) provides you with secure, remote access to desktop applications running on application servers.

You can be writing a report on a computer in the office, administering UNIX® platform servers on your PC at home, or checking stock databases with a laptop on the train, SGD enables you do all this.

SGD also enables you to run applications over a secure network connection to safeguard corporate and private data.

With SGD, you access all the applications that you can run from a single place, the webtop.

To access a webtop, all you need is a browser with Javatrademark technology enabled.

This manual guides you through the basics of using SGD. It describes how to log in and log out of the software, as well as how you can use SGD to run applications.


Logging In

This section describes how to log in to SGD and display the SGD webtop.

User Names and Passwords

When you use SGD, you need to know your user name and password for the following servers:

The following table describes the user names and passwords you might require when using SGD.


User Name and Password Description
SGD server When you log in to SGD, you need to type a user name and password so that the SGD server knows who you are and can display your webtop. You do not need to type this password again until the next time you log in to SGD.

You might also be able to log in to SGD anonymously, that is, without typing a user name and password.

Application servers When you start an application, you might need to supply a password for the application server that runs it. The SGD server can remember these passwords, so you do not need to type them every time. Use the Save This Password option, if available, when you type your user name and password.

If you want to use a different user name and password to run an application, you can force SGD to prompt you.


procedure icon  How to Log In to SGD

Before you log in to SGD, ensure that the following requirements are met:

  • JavaScripttrademark software is enabled in your browser

  • Java technology is enabled in your browser



    Note - If Java technology is not enabled in your browser, you can download the SGD Client program to your computer. See Installing the SGD Client for more details.



  • You have a user name and password for the SGD server. Contact your SGD Administrator if you do not know your user name and password.

  • You know the login URL for the SGD server. Contact your SGD Administrator if you do not know the URL for the SGD login page.

  1. Using your browser, go to the SGD login URL.

    The SGD login URL is usually http://server.example.com/sgd, where server.example.com is the name of the SGD server.



    Note - If Java technology is not enabled in your browser, a warning message is shown. You must enable Java technology in your browser before proceeding.



    The SGD Login dialog box is shown. See FIGURE 1-1.

    FIGURE 1-1   SGD Login Dialog Box

    Login Dialog Box




    Note - If JavaScript is not enabled in your browser, a warning message is displayed beneath the login dialog box.



  2. Type in your SGD user name and password.

  3. Click the Login button.

    While SGD is starting up, the splash screen is shown. See FIGURE 1-2.

    FIGURE 1-2   SGD Splash Screen

    SGD Splash Screen


    The Initial Connection dialog box is shown. This is a security message that is shown the first time you connect to an SGD server. See FIGURE 1-3.

    FIGURE 1-3   Initial Connection Dialog Box

    Initial Connection Dialog Box


  4. Click the View Certificate button.

    The Certificate Details dialog box is shown. This screen enables you to view security certificate details, to ensure that the server you are connecting to can be trusted. See FIGURE 1-4.

    FIGURE 1-4   Certificate Details Dialog Box

    Certificate Details Dialog Box


    1. Check that the Validity and Subject fields are correct.

    2. Click Close.

      The Initial Connection dialog box is redisplayed.

  5. If the certificate details are correct, click Yes to agree to the connection.

    Once you have clicked Yes, you do not see the security message again unless there is a problem with the connection.

    The SGD Client icon is displayed in the task bar, as shown in FIGURE 1-5.

    FIGURE 1-5   SGD Client Task Bar Icon

    SGD Client Icon


    The SGD webtop is displayed. See FIGURE 1-7.

Potentially Unsafe Connection Message

If there is a security problem with the connection to the SGD server, a Potentially Unsafe Connection message is displayed, as shown in FIGURE 1-6.

FIGURE 1-6   Potentially Unsafe Connection Message

Potentially Unsafe Connection Message


If you see a Potentially Unsafe Connection message, do the following.

procedure icon  How To Deal With a Potentially Unsafe Connection Message

  1. Click the View Certificate button and make a note of the certificate details.

  2. Click the Reject button to cancel the connection and contact your SGD Administrator.


The SGD Webtop

Your webtop is a special web page that lists the applications you can run through SGD and enables you to run them.

FIGURE 1-7 shows the different areas of the webtop.

FIGURE 1-7   SGD Webtop

SGD Webtop, Showing Different Areas of the
Webtop



# Name Description
1 Menu bar Includes Logout, Help, and Info buttons
2 Applications area Lists the applications that you can run
3 Printing area Enables you to manage your print jobs
4 Information area Displays error messages and system information

The different areas of the webtop are described in the following sections.

Menu Bar

This area of the webtop includes buttons for logging out and for displaying help and diagnostics information.

See Logging Out for more information about logging out of SGD.

From the webtop, you can display a page containing diagnostics information. This is useful if you need to contact Support.

Click the Info button Info button on your webtop and then click the Detailed Diagnostics link in the Information area.

Applications Area

The Applications area of the webtop is used to display the list of applications that you can run through SGD.

See Using Applications for more information about running applications.

Only an SGD Administrator can add an application to, or remove an application from, the list of applications that you can run. If you want more applications, contact an SGD Administrator. However, you can choose how and when your applications display on your webtop. You do this by creating webtop groups. See Application Groups.

Printing Area

The Printing area of the webtop includes links that enable you to list and control your print jobs.

See Printing for more information about printing.

Information Area

The Information area is used to display error messages and system information. The information displayed includes the following:

User Name

Your SGD user name is displayed on the webtop toolbar, next to the padlock symbol, as shown in FIGURE 1-8.

FIGURE 1-8   User Name Displayed on the Webtop Toolbar

User Name Displayed on the Webtop Toolbar


If the toolbar says you are logged in as “Guest user” then you either logged in without typing a user name and password (anonymous login) or you are using a webtop that is shared with other users.

These details also display on the webtop when you first log in.

Secure Connection Status

If you have a secure connection, the locked padlock symbol Padlock symbol is displayed below the webtop menu bar. Also, when you first log in, the page that is displayed on the webtop tells you whether you have a secure or a standard connection.

Secure connections to SGD are available only if an SGD Administrator has enabled them.

You might not automatically receive a secure connection, or you might only get a secure connection under certain circumstances. Contact your SGD Administrator if you do not get a secure connection when you need one.


Using Applications

Use the Applications area of the webtop to start, stop, and manage your applications.

Running Applications

To start an application, you click its link on your webtop, as shown in FIGURE 1-9. In a few moments the application is shown, ready for you to use.

FIGURE 1-9   Webtop Link for Running an Application

Webtop Link for Running an Application


When you start an application, you might be asked for a user name and password. This is your user name and password for the application server that runs the application.

You do not have to exit an application before starting another. Just click another link.

SGD Administrators configure how the applications display.



Note - You cannot start a Windows application using a different Windows domain name. Ask an SGD Administrator to do this for you.



If you have difficulties, contact your SGD Administrator.

You can also run your applications using links in the desktop Start or Launch Menu. See Using SGD From Your Desktop Start or Launch Menu for more details.

Number of Instances of an Application

When an application is running, a triangle appears in front of the application’s name on the webtop and a number appears in brackets after it. The session toolbar also appears below the application name. The session toolbar is used to suspend, resume, or end an application. FIGURE 1-10 shows the webtop link when two instances of an application are running.

FIGURE 1-10   Webtop Link When the Application is Running

Webtop Link Details When an Application is
Running


The number in brackets is the number of separate instances of the application that you have started. SGD Administrators configure how many instances of an application you can start. To find out how many instances of an application you are allowed, point to its link on the webtop. The popup that is displayed states the number of sessions allowed.

See Suspending and Resuming Applications for more details.

What If I Get an Error Message When Starting an Application?

If an error message is shown when you click a link to start an application, try one of the following:

  • Make sure you supplied the correct user name and password for the application server. If SGD does not prompt you for this information, hold down the Shift key and click the link to force the prompt to appear.

  • Log out of SGD and exit your browser, then restart it and log in to SGD again. Click the application’s link.

  • Contact an SGD Administrator, supplying all the information shown in the error message.

Suspending and Resuming Applications

Some applications can be configured to keep running, even when they are not displayed. These are “resumable” applications.

To close an application’s window without ending the application, you suspend the application. To display the window again and start using the application, you resume the application.

As an application is still running even though it is not displayed, you can start writing an urgent report in the office and then log out of SGD at the end of the day. The application is suspended. When you get home, you can log in to SGD again, resume the application and carry on writing the report.

Suspending and resuming applications is done using the session toolbars on the webtop.

Session Toolbars for Controlling an Application

There is a separate session toolbar for each running instance of the application:

  • Click Suspend
Button to suspend an application

  • Click Resume
Button to resume an application

  • Click Cancel
Button to end an application

Click the triangle to hide and show the session toolbars for the application sessions, as shown in FIGURE 1-11.

FIGURE 1-11   Session Toolbar when Hidden

Hidden Session Toolbar


You can manage all your application sessions at once, using the following links at the top of the Applications area:

  • Click the Suspend All link to suspend all running applications

  • Click the Resume All link to resume all suspended applications

  • Click the Cancel All link to end all running or suspended applications

FIGURE 1-12   Links for Managing All Application Sessions

Application Session Management Links


Resumability Settings for Applications

To see if an application is resumable or not, point to its link on your webtop and look at the popup window that is displayed.

The available resumability settings for an application are described in the following table.


Resumability Settings Description
Not Resumable This application exits when you log out of SGD. You cannot suspend or resume non-resumable applications.

Note - Non-resumable applications only have a Cancel button in the session toolbar.

Resumable Until Log Out This application continues running until you log out of SGD. While you are logged in, you can suspend and resume these applications.
Always Resumable This application continues running even after you have logged out of SGD. When you log in again, click the Resume button to display the running application again.



Note - If you log in to SGD without typing a user name and password, resumable applications are only resumable until you log out.



Do I Lose My Work If I Close My Browser?

No, you do not lose any work if you accidentally close your browser without logging out, or if your browser crashes. You can restart your browser and log in to SGD to display your webtop.

However, if the SGD Client exits unexpectedly, or if you close down the SGD Client, your ability to resume an application depends upon how your SGD Administrator configured the application and how you logged in to SGD.

  • If an application is configured to be “Not Resumable”, then it exits when the SGD Client exits or is closed down. Typically, applications are configured to be Not Resumable if they are used only for short periods at a time, and are not business-critical functions.

  • Applications configured to be “Always Resumable”, or “Resumable Until Log Out”, continue to run for a period of time after an SGD Client exits or is closed down. Simply restart your browser, log in to SGD again and resume the applications that are still running.

  • If you logged in to SGD anonymously, in other words you did not supply a user name and password, or you are using a shared webtop, where more than one person logs in using the same user name and password, then your applications exit if the SGD Client exits or is closed down. In both cases, the reason for this is that SGD cannot tell when you log in to SGD again that you are the same user as before, because you are not using a unique user name and password. See also User Name.

Changing the Way an Application is Displayed

Your SGD Administrator defines how an application is displayed on your desktop. For example, if the application is displayed full-screen or in a desktop window.

A graphical application that is displayed in a desktop window can be scaled to fit the size of the window. If you resize the window, SGD rescales the application to fit the new window size, without displaying any scroll bars.

You can switch the application between being scaled and not being scaled by pressing the Scroll Lock key.

To see if an application is displayed in a scalable window, point to its link on your webtop and look at the popup that is shown. Alternatively, look in the status bar at the bottom of the window.

Copying Information Between Applications

For Windows applications and X applications, use the normal method for the application you are copying from, and then the usual method for the application you are pasting to. You might not be allowed to copy and paste information from particular applications. This is configured by your SGD Administrator. If you are not allowed to copy and paste between an application, the following message is pasted instead of the information you copied:

Sun Secure Global Desktop Software: Copied data not available to this application

For character applications, click with the right mouse button, and then click Copy or Paste as appropriate. To select a column of text, hold down the Shift key while selecting the text.

You can copy information between different types of application, for example from an xterm running on an application server to a text editor running on your computer.

You can only copy and paste graphics to or from Windows applications.

Running Applications Using a Different User Name and Password

To force SGD to prompt you for a user name and password when you start an application, hold down the Shift key when you click the application’s link on your webtop.

Forcing SGD to prompt you for a user name and password in this way means that SGD does not use any user name and password that has already been saved for the application server. This is useful if you want to run an application as another user.

If the Save This Password check box is selected, the new user name and password are saved, replacing any previously saved user name and password for you on this application server. This user name and password is used for any other applications you run on this application server.

Holding down the Shift key has no effect in the following cases:

Using a Single-Button Apple Macintosh Mouse

Many Microsoft Windows applications and X applications make use of a middle mouse button or a right mouse button. To use these applications from an Apple Macintosh mouse with one button, click the button while holding down one of the following keys on the keyboard:


Printing

SGD enables you to print from your applications to a printer attached to your computer.

Usually, you can choose the printer you want to print to. However, for some applications you might only be able to print to your default printer.

Managing Your Print Jobs

You use the Printing area of the webtop to manage your print jobs. The Printing area shows the number of jobs currently in the print queue and includes controls for managing your print jobs, as shown in FIGURE 1-13.

FIGURE 1-13   Printing Area of the SGD Webtop

Printing Area of the SGD Webtop


When documents are printing, the webtop tells you how many print jobs are in the queue.

Click the Pause link to temporarily stop printing. The printer icon changes to show you when printing is paused, as shown in FIGURE 1-14.

FIGURE 1-14   Printing Paused Icon

Printing Paused Icon


If you pause printing, any print jobs that are pending are held in a queue until you either cancel them or resume printing.

Click the Resume link to start printing again after you have paused printing.

Click the Cancel All link to delete all your print jobs.

To manage print jobs individually, click the List All Jobs button. The webtop displays a list of all the print jobs in the queue, along with information about the job. For example, the number of copies and the printer to use.

If you have paused printing, click Resume
Button to print just that one print job.

To cancel a print job, click Cancel
Button .

Printing From UNIX Platform Applications

SGD enables you to print from UNIX platform applications to a printer attached to your computer.

Printing from UNIX Platform Applications to UNIX, Linux, or Mac OS X Platform Computers

From a terminal window on the application server, you can print a file to your default printer by typing the following command:


$ lp file

Alternatively, you can specify any client printer that your SGD Administrator has configured.

For example, if a client printer named salesprinter has been configured by your SGD administrator, you can use the following command:


$ lp -d salesprinter file

Printing from UNIX Platform Applications to a Windows Computer

The following command prints file to your default printer on the Windows computer:


$ lp file

You can also print to a port on the computer. For example:


$ lp -d LPT1: file

You can also print by specifying the universal naming convention (UNC) name of a network printer that is accessible from the computer. To use a UNC name, you must enclose the printer name in quotes and escape backslashes as appropriate for the shell. For example:


$ lp -d ’\\\\PRTSERVER\\HPLJ5’ file

To avoid problems with UNC names, you can print using a “friendly” name such as:


$ lp -d label-printer file

In this case, the friendly name must be configured by your SGD Administrator.

Printing From Windows Applications

SGD enables you to print from Windows applications to a printer attached to your computer.

Printing from Windows Applications to UNIX, Linux, or Mac OS X Platform Computers

If you print from a Microsoft Windows application to a UNIX, Linux, or Max OS X platform computer, you see the client printers that have been configured by your SGD Administrator.

In the application server’s Print dialog box, the printers on your computer are designated by “Sun SGD” in the printer name, as shown in FIGURE 1-15.

FIGURE 1-15   Microsoft Windows Print Dialog Box, With an SGD Client Printer Selected

Microsoft Windows Print Dialog Box, Showing
an SGD Client Printer Selected


See Configuring Your Client Printers for more information on how you can configure your own client printers.

Printing from Windows Applications to a Windows Computer

If you print from a Microsoft Windows application to a Microsoft Windows computer, you see some, all, or none of the printers that are attached to the client and also the printers that are attached directly to the application server. The SGD Administrator configures the client printers you can see.

In the application server’s Print dialog box, the printers on your client are designated by “Sun SGD” in the printer name, as shown in FIGURE 1-15.

PDF Printing

With SGD you can also use Portable Document Format (PDF) printing. This avoids many problems with print drivers by using the Adobe PDF format.

SGD has two PDF printers: Universal PDF Printer and Universal PDF Viewer.

On Microsoft Windows computers, the Universal PDF Printer printer displays the print job as a PDF file in Adobe Reader, which then prints the PDF file to your default printer. The Universal PDF Viewer printer displays the print job as a PDF file in Adobe Reader. You can then decide whether to print or save the PDF file.

On UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X platform computers, there is no difference between the Universal PDF Printer and Universal PDF Viewer printers, as the print job is always displayed as a PDF file in a PDF viewer. You can then decide whether to print or save the PDF file.

Using PDF Printing

From a Windows application, you print in the normal way and select either the Universal PDF Printer or the Universal PDF Viewer printer in the application’s Print dialog box.

From an application running on a UNIX or Linux platform application server, you print in the normal way, specifying a PDF printer as part of the print command. For example:


$ lp -d "Universal PDF Printer" file


$ lpr -P "Universal PDF Viewer" file

The file must be a PostScript file, so the application must be able to output PostScript.

On Windows computers, the PDF file is displayed in the Adobe Reader. Depending on the printer you select, either of the following applies:

  • If the Universal PDF Printer printer is selected, the PDF file is printed automatically to your default printer. The Adobe Reader runs minimized and does not exit when the print job has finished.

  • If the Universal PDF Viewer printer is selected, the PDF file is displayed in the Adobe Reader window. You can then decide whether to print or save the file.

On UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X platform computers, the PDF file is displayed in a PDF viewer. You can then decide whether to print or save the PDF file. There is no difference between the Universal PDF Printer and the Universal PDF Viewer printers, as the print job is always displayed in a PDF viewer.

Printing Troubleshooting

If you print from an application and the output does not appear, check the following.


Possible Cause More Information
Have You Paused Printing? Make sure that your webtop indicates that printing is not paused. See FIGURE 1-14.
Is Your Printer Set Up Correctly? Make sure your printer is set up correctly. For example, by printing a web page to the printer from a browser.
Have You Printed To the Correct Printer? You can choose a printer to print to. If you do not select a printer, output is sent to your default printer.

To see which printer is your default printer, point to the printer icon on your webtop. A popup shows the name of your default printer.

If you want to change your default printer, you must log out of SGD, change the default printer, then log in to SGD again.

Is the Message “No Client Printer Available” Displayed? Make sure that your webtop does not display a “No Client Printer Available” message and that the printer icon does not contains a red X. This means that SGD does not support printing for your computer or for your printer.

Your SGD Administrator might be able to help enable printing.


If none of the above solves your printing problem, contact your SGD Administrator.


Changing Your Settings

You can configure the following settings by clicking on the Edit button in the Applications area:

Client Settings

Each time the SGD Client starts it uses a profile. A profile is a group of configuration settings that control the SGD Client. The settings in a profile define the following:

You have one profile for each SGD server you connect to.

The available client settings are described in Appendix C.

Editing Profiles

You can only edit profiles if your SGD Administrator has configured SGD to let you do this.

You can only edit profiles from a webtop. On your webtop, click the Edit button in the Applications area of the webtop, and then click the Client Settings tab.

You can only edit your own profiles, and you can only edit the profile for the SGD server you are currently connected to.

When you first edit a profile, the settings are the ones that your SGD Administrator has configured for you.

To restore a profile to the system default settings, click the Reset button.



Note - You must log out of SGD and log in again for changes to your profile to take effect.



Application Groups

Only an SGD Administrator can add an application to, or remove an application from, the list of applications that you can run. However, you can choose how and when those applications display on your webtop. You do this by creating groups.

Groups are useful for grouping similar applications together or for hiding applications you do not use very often. How you use groups is up to you.

procedure icon  How To Create a Group

  1. On the webtop, click the Edit button.

  2. Click the Edit Groups tab.

  3. Click the Add New Group button.

    Type a name for the group.

    In Choose Your Content, select the check boxes for the applications and documents you want to include in the group.

  4. Set the display options for the group.

    To hide the applications and the group so that they do not display on your webtop, you deselect the check box next to I Want to See This Group on My Webtop When I Log In.

    To hide the contents of the group so that only the group name is displayed when you first log in, you deselect the check box next to I Want to See the Contents of This Group When I Log in.

    FIGURE 1-16   Creating a New Group Using the Edit Groups tab

    Creating a New Group Using the Edit Groups Tab


  5. Click the Save Group button.

  6. Click the Update button.

    The names of the webtop groups you create are displayed on the webtop.

    FIGURE 1-17   Group Displayed on a Webtop, Showing Group Contents

    Group Content Displayed on a Webtop


    A separator line to show you which applications are in the group is also displayed.

  7. Click the triangle to hide and show the applications in the group.

    FIGURE 1-18   Group Displayed on a Webtop, Hiding Group Contents

    Group Names Displayed on a Webtop


    You can add as many groups as you like. You can change or delete a group whenever you like. After making a change you must click Update.


Using SGD From Your Desktop Start or Launch Menu

You can use SGD from your desktop Start or Launch Menu. This is called Integrated mode. When you use SGD in Integrated mode, the links for starting applications display in your desktop Start or Launch Menu, instead of on your webtop. This means you can run applications through SGD in the same way as applications installed on your computer.

procedure icon  How to Add SGD to Your Desktop Start or Launch Menu

To add SGD to your desktop Start or Launch Menu, you usually have to perform an initial login to display a webtop, and then edit your profile.

  1. Start a browser and go to the SGD login URL.

    The SGD login URL is at http://server.example.com/sgd, where server.example.com is the name of the SGD server.

  2. Log in and display a webtop.

  3. Edit your profile as follows.

    1. Click the Edit button in the Applications area of the webtop, and then click the Client Settings tab.

    2. Select the Add Applications to Start Menu check box.

    3. To start the SGD Client when you log in to your desktop, select the Connect on System Login check box.

    4. If you want the SGD Client to log you in automatically to SGD when it starts, select the Automatic Client Login check box.

      Your SGD Administrator can tell you whether you can use automatic logins.

    5. Configure the proxy server settings.

      Your SGD Administrator can tell you what proxy server settings to use.

    6. Click Save.

  4. Log out of SGD.

Working With the Start or Launch Menu

This section describes the how you do the following tasks using the desktop Start or Launch Menu.

Logging In

You log in to SGD by clicking the Login link on your desktop Start or Launch Menu. See FIGURE 1-19.

FIGURE 1-19   Logging In Using the Desktop Start or Launch Menu

Logging In From Desktop Start or Launch Menu




Note - If you log in to more than one SGD server, there is a Login link for each server in the Start or Launch Menu.



Once you have logged in to SGD, the Start or Launch Menu is updated with the links for the applications you can run through SGD, as shown in FIGURE 1-20.

To use SGD in Integrated mode, you always log in using the Start or Launch Menu. If you start a browser and log in, your applications are not displayed in the Start or Launch Menu.

FIGURE 1-20   Webtop Content Links in the Desktop Start or Launch Menu

Desktop Start or Launch Menu Links


Displaying a Webtop

If you need to display a webtop, for example to be able to edit your profile, resume a suspended application or manage printing, you click the Webtop link in the Start or Launch Menu. The webtop is displayed in your default browser.

Running Applications

To start an application, you click its link on the Start or Launch Menu. To start another instance of the application, you click the link again.

Unlike the webtop, you cannot suspend and resume individual applications. Instead, when you log out of SGD, your running applications are either suspended or ended, depending on their resumability settings. See Suspending and Resuming Applications. When you log in again, any suspended applications you have are resumed automatically.

See Using Applications for more information about running applications using SGD.

Printing

You cannot manage individual print jobs from the Start or Launch Menu and so print jobs go straight to the selected printer.

See Printing for more information about printing using SGD.

Using Application Groups

If you have arranged any of your webtop content to display in groups, those groups are also used in the Start or Launch Menu. If the group is configured to hide webtop content, the content does not display in the Start or Launch Menu.


Using My Desktop

My Desktop is a feature that enables you to log in and display a full-screen desktop application, without displaying your webtop.

My Desktop displays the desktop application configured for you by an SGD Administrator, for example, a Microsoft Windows desktop.

You start My Desktop by clicking the My Desktop link on the SGD Web Server Welcome page, at http://server.example.com. This link displays the SGD Login page. Once you have logged in, the My Desktop full-screen desktop application is displayed.

An alternative way to start My Desktop is by going to http://server.example.com/sgd/mydesktop.

After starting My Desktop, you can close the browser window.



Note - You cannot suspend or resume your My Desktop application. You must log out of the desktop application as normal.




Logging Out

The log out procedure varies, depending on whether you are using the SGD webtop or you are using SGD from the desktop Start or Launch Menu.

Logging Out of the SGD Webtop

Always log out of SGD before closing your browser.

Click the Logout button on your webtop and click OK when prompted for confirmation. See FIGURE 1-21.

FIGURE 1-21   Log Out Button on the Webtop

Log Out Button


Logging Out Using the Start or Launch Menu

To log out of SGD in Integrated mode, you click the Logout link on the Start or Launch Menu.