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6.XD 5.6  - Sessions get stuck for a wile during Logoff

Posted on 2013-06-20
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Evenry time users try to logoff from their xenDesktop session , it shows them a message some programs are open and takes a while before they are eventaullay logged off.

What should we do to avoid this.

XenDesktop 5.6 FP1
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by:MOQINFRA
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I get this message for every application that i have open . Like outlook , work , adobe reader or control panel etc.


I think it a default windows behaviour if an application is open and we logoff , it does give us a message about open applications.
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by:Tony Johncock
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I know. It isn't limited to the one program that Citrix list.

The reg change I suggested in the Citrix KB does tend to work. I usually amend this for all the installs I do.
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by:MOQINFRA
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What are the values that you put in, i actuall dont see these key, so i guess need to create them.

Also i could find this

http://beyondteck.blogspot.com/2009/10/fix-programs-still-need-to-close.html
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by:MOQINFRA
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Hi Tony ,

What values you put in for the keys:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop

"HungAppTimeout"="1000000"
"WaitToKillAppTimeout"="50000000"
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by:Tony Johncock
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The values are in milliseconds - they're maybe a tad high (the first one would be 1,000 seconds and the latter 50,000 seconds).

I'd start off with 10000 and 10000 - ten seconds each and work downwards if it works but updwards if not in 5000 intervals.
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