Conrad Sallian wrote:
Although there is no option to log out on timeout, there's another similar option. You can lock remote workstation upon terminating a remote session.
Hmmmm...thanks, but the problem is if user one disconnects and does not terminate his windows session before doing so, user 2 when logging in via remote utilities will be logged
in the system as user one.
It's not a remote utilities issue, I was hoping someone had faced and solved as similar