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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 Configuring the Inactivity Timer

By configuration, if no user activity is detected during a while, SSOWatch goes into secure mode; a new authentication is then needed to perform SSO.
If you want to lock keyboard and mouse on inactivity timer, then the following registry key must be used.
When this option is activated, SSOWatch is closed on inactivity timer. So Public Access FUS locks automatically keyboard and mouse since SSOWatch
is not running.
Set the StopSSOEngineOnSecurityEvent registry key (DWORD) to 1.
(default value: 0).
This registry key is located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\CommonConfig

2.5 Configuring Application Closing

When a user locks a session (for Hierarchized and Shared Access FUS) or withdraws his/her device (for Public Access FUS), SSOWatch is closed but the user’s running applications remains open. To force SSOWatch to automatically close the user’s applications before switching context, an extension DLL must be written.

2.5.1 Tips for Writing and Using an Extension DLL

SSOWatch calls these functions when it switches to the lock state (upon a smart card removal or an elapsed inactivity timeout).
SSOWatch calls these functions when it is started, stopped or when its configuration is reset. For more information: see Special Case 1 below and for more information on the EngineStartedV2 function, see Special Case 2.).
SSOWatch calls these functions when the Windows session is locked or unlocked
SSOWatch calls these functions when the user logs on or logs off (locally or remotely) a workstation.
It sets the HKCU\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\WillRestartForUPN registry value with the Windows user name
It stops SSOWatch.
It starts SSOWatch.
SSOWatch calls the extension DLL using the path set in the HKLM\Software\Enatel\SSOWatch\ExternalCall\CustomDLLName registry value.
Example: CustomDLLName = C:\SSO\MyDll.dll
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2.5.2 Using the FUS Extension DLL Feature

The FUS Extension DLL feature is designed to help you configure automated actions on running applications when SSOWatch starts or stops on a workstation configured for Fast User Switching without Authentication Manager installed.
The FUS_sessionmgr.dll file.
The FUS_config.xml file, to configure the DLL according to your needs.
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