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Get published apps to logoff instead of disconnecting.

Does anyone know how to configure Citrix so that users can logoff Published applications? We are running PS4.5 Advanced on Win2k3R2 Standard servers, all patched up. Can logon to all published apps fine, but when exiting the published app, it just sits there, and in the console, it indicates a active state. clicking the x in the upper right corner disconnects. Any way to set these apps up so when users exit, the session ends? We access via PN Agent, Custom connections and Web Interface. Thanks.
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t_swartz
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mgcITCommented:
check your session disconnect time
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t_swartzAuthor Commented:
I can always ratchet that down (currently one hour), but I would rather the published app just logoff once users exit the application (hitting the x in the upper right corner as they have no way to logoff), rather than it disconnecting. Any way to accomplish this?
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mgcITCommented:
if they close out and there were no other applications running then it actually should log them out.  What version of the ICA client are you using?  
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t_swartzAuthor Commented:
ICA 10.1, just installed the latest a couple days ago. Thanks.
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vinc78Commented:
You must have some process running.
Look in your Task Manager,enable the Username View.

Wfshell running maybe or another.
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t_swartzAuthor Commented:
Thanks Vinc. Turns out, they do log off, I was impatient, seems like the winlogon or wfshell process (could be another one I suppose) is just taking a while to end. If I wait about 45 seconds, it ends. Any way to speed that up a bit, or is that normal?
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mgcITCommented:
that's a little slow, but not beyond reason.  It would all depend on how many processes were running, how loaded your server is, etc...
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t_swartzAuthor Commented:
Thanks mqc, only one user, me currently, the servers haven't been put into production as of yet. I'm thinking I'll close this and split points between you and vic. If you have anything to add, great, but I'm calling this normal behavior.
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