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Sessions view

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 12, 2016

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Windows defines sessions as a link between two network devices such as a client and a server. A session between a client and server consists of one or more connections from the client to the server.

The DameWare Remote Support Sessions view displays the details of all open sessions of the remote computer with the following sortable columns:

  • Client: Displays the client(s) currently connected to the remote system.

  • User Name: Displays the name of the client user that is connected to the remote system.

  • Time: Displays the session connect time in HH:MM:SS.

  • Idle Time: Displays the idle time returned for the current session connection in HH:MM:SS.

  • Opens: Displays the current number of opens that a session connection has.

  • Guest: Displays whether the connected user is a Guest on the remote system.

  • Transport: Displays the device used to make the connection to the remote system. For example, a typical connection might be using the Network Interface Card device running NetBIOS over TCP/IP and would look something like this: \Device\NetBT_E190x1.

  • Type: Displays the session connect machine Operating System.

Use mini toolbar on the Sessions view to delete or view the properties of a selected session, and/or connect to the remote system using Mini Remote Control.

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