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I have remote users logging on to the server and leaving applications running.
Is there a way to close these applications when the user logs off?
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If they are using terminal services - go to Terminal Services Configuration under Administrative Tools, and set your sessions limits under RDP-TCP properties. You can set the sessions to reset after some time period.
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Sorry - that will force the apps closed - you may or may not care - just wanted to make you aware. If they are logging off, the apps should be closing. If they are just closing the session window, the session disconnects, but continues to run.
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