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    Teacher ability to log off a disconnected Citrix session

    I want to be able to give teachers the ability to easily log off a disconnected Citrix session. This will make ensure that the students remain in the classroom rather than take the longest possible route to IT Services (and then back again) to get the session killed off.

    Does anyone using Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 (XenApp) know of anything that can do this?

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    We just bump them off after a helpdesk ticket is put on the system ( no wandering arround ) we only have one or two instances a week on a system supporting 1800 users on ~1000 thin clients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin--turbo View Post
    We just bump them off after a helpdesk ticket is put on the system ( no wandering arround ) we only have one or two instances a week on a system supporting 1800 users on ~1000 thin clients.

    Rob
    We work the same way as well but some students deliberately use this as a way of getting out of the lesson. Teachers can deal with password issues themselves as well as locked AD accounts without impacting upon teaching and learning and it would really be a valuable feature if we could give them the power to log off Citrix Sessions too.

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