Here is the scenario: User launches an IE website from Citrix page. This IE is published on a Windows 2003 server and when clicked it launches the IE of that Windows 2003 Server (Content redirection not possible to user desktop).
The problem is though we have limited the user session to a single session and disabled CTRL+N for the published IE application, each time the user clicks on the icon, it opens up another IE page within the same session. Application owner does not want this.
I need a solution that checks if the user has already opened up the IE page in that server and restrict him from opening another IE page within the same session or new session.
I found this code which detects IE process, but if I use this then this does not allow any second user to launch IE page:
TASKLIST /NH | FIND /I "iexplore"
IF %IELevel% NEQ 0 START iexplore.exe
Is there any way i can list the IE process for each user by some user ID and thus prevent him from launching IE for his login alone.
Is there any other solution which which checks IE process for the current user and stops him from opening another IExplore.exe ?