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Enterprise Single Sign-On 8.0.6 - Session Management Administrator Guide

1 Overview 2 The Fast User Switching (FUS) Feature 3 The Multi-User Desktop Feature 4 The Roaming Session Mode 5 The Double-Login Prevention Feature

3.3.1 Configuring the Session Manager

1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the access point security profile that applies to computers that is used for Multi-User Desktop.
2.
In the Multi User Desktop tab, Welcome screen area, select Opaque mode:
3.
Click the to specify the background color of the welcome screen (default color: white).
4.
Click Apply.

3.3.2 Configuring the Control Mode

1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the access point security profile that applies to computers that is used for Multi-User Desktop.
2.
In the Multi User Desktop tab, Welcome screen area, select Transparent mode:
a)
Lock keyboard and mouse check box: automatically blocks these devices and requires Quest ESSO authentication to authenticate.
Seconds field: enter the number of seconds after which the welcome screen changes position.
Manually check box: enables users to move the welcome screen manually with the arrow keys.
c)
Information window is resizable check box: enables users to resize the welcome screen by pressing the:
d)
Allow reboot check box: enables users to restart the workstation by clicking the Reboot button in the Welcome screen.
e)
Show help url check box and field: enter a help URL in the field and select the check box to display a link in the Welcome screen.
4.
Click Apply.
For more information on the keys, please refer to 3.1.2.2 Control Mode.

3.4 Configuring the Exclusion of Applications

When switching between user sessions, Multi-User Desktop hides, displays or terminates applications unless if they are listed in the Always display windows of these processes field. Applications in this list are ignored by Multi-User Desktop and are always displayed on the desktop.
1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the access point security profile that applies to computers that is used for Multi-User Desktop.
2.
In the Multi User Desktop tab, Welcome screen area, enter the list of applications as named in the windows process list in the Always display windows of these processes field:
3.
Click Apply.

3.5 Configuring Multi-User Desktop Session Management

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