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APPX Login Manager For Unix/Linux

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  Attach - This button is only enabled if your login manager has been configured to allow reconnections, in which case the Workstation IDs will be 'PIPE' as in the example above. The second session (on /dev/pts/1) is a character mode session, which you cannot Attach to. If your login manager is not configured for reconnections, then the Workstation ID will be either an IP address (for GUI connections) or a /dev/ address for a character mode connection. Since an APPX System Administrator will see all running sessions, they can Attach to any user's session. A new window will open on the Administrators desktop, and the client window on the users desktop will close (when they attempt to use their session). A non Administrator will only see their own sessions, and therefore can only Attach to their own session.
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Kill - This will attempt to cancel the selected session. This will only be successful if you have sufficient O/S permissions to allow it, i.e., you have Administrator level. See .UTIL KILL SESSION for more information.
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Kill - This will attempt to cancel the selected session. This will only be successful if you have sufficient O/S permissions to allow it, i.e., you have Administrator level or you are cancelling one of your own sessions. See .UTIL KILL SESSION for more information.
  Exit - This will exit the session manager without logging in to APPX.
 
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