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Authorization Manager - Admin ending user sessions


JulieLaboe
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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

Ahh...duh!  Thank you!

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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

Ahh...duh!  Thank you!

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Hello Julie,

 

If your Eclipse SE environment is setup to use the Ipro Authorization Manager, then managing sessions using the Connections tab in the Authorization Manager is the ONLY method that can be used.

 

The Manage User Sessions tab is only available when using the Local Authorization File method.

 

Ending a user connection will invalidate the user's session, which will make Eclipse SE unusable for that user until they log back in to the software.

 

-Cody

Ahh...duh!  Thank you!

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