Posted by Richard Neer on February 25, 2016 at 14:58:07:
In Reply to: CA switch /TSRALL and multiple /S:nnn posted by jim guerber on February 25, 2016 at 14:36:08:
Are you referring to using the /S:nnn switch multiple times on the same target line of the shortcut, or referencing my printer question?
I've tested adding the /S:nnn switch multiple times on the target line, specifically "/S:10 /S:11 /S:12", and differently, "/S:10 /S:20 /S:30". In each case, the fist session is properly received, followed by the next one specified when "New session" is selected from the session menu, and so on. Once all three sessions were open, a request for another was denied as expected, same as if not specifying the /S:nnn switch when required based upon using /TSRALL on the CA host side.
I have not tested auto-launching multiple sessions, if that is even possible, like in local license configuration.
However, specifying the switch multiple times, each with a different session nnn, does work and retrieves the proper sessions in sequence when the user requests another session.
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