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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

2.2.1 Authorizing FUS on Workstations

1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the access point security profile that applies to computers that will be used for hierarchized Fast User Switching.
2.
In the Advanced Login tab, select Allow unlock if allowed by user security profile:
3.
Click Apply.

2.2.2 Activating Hierarchized Access FUS

Make sure Advanced Login is installed on the workstation you want to be used for Fast User Switching.
For more details on administration roles, see Quest ESSO Console Administrator Guide.
1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the user security profile that applies to users that will use the hierarchized Fast User Switching.
2.
Click the Unlocking tab.
The Unlocking tab appears.
3.
Fill-in the tab as explained in the following "Unlocking Tab Description" section.
Enter a user hierarchy level (0 is the lowest level, and 50000 is the highest).
When a user tries to perform a FUS on a workstation, Quest ESSO refers to the unlocking level before the closing level.

2.2.3 Overriding the User "Unlocking Level" (Optional)

1.
In Quest ESSO Console, from the Directory panel, click the application security profile that applies to applications for which you want to override the user unlocking level.
2.
Click the Configuration | General tab.
The General tab appears.
3.
Select the When application is used, set user’s "unlocking level" to: select the check-box and set the level number.
4.
Click Apply.

2.3 Configuring Shared Access FUS

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