How do I get to this dialog box?
From X Manager or X Manager for Domains or the X Administrative Console
(Administrative Console only) Click the Domain Definitions tab.
In the left pane, select an existing session definition or click next to Sessions Definitions to create a new one.
In the Session Definition pane on the right, click the General tab.
The options are:
|Session name||The name for this session definition. This name identifies your session in the Session Definitions list.|
|Show clients on X terminal desktop||Select to run all clients in a single window, and have your display appear similar to the standard display of an X terminal. This is sometimes referred to as "single window" mode. This option is required for XDMCP connections.|
|Show clients on my desktop||Select to run clients in separate windows like operating system applications. This is sometimes referred to as "multiple window" mode.|
|On last client||Specify what action should happen when the last client is closed. For X Client sessions, this action occurs after the amount of time specified by Delay (secs). For XDMCP connections, this action occurs immediately when you log out.|
|Reset session - Reset the session. Resetting returns the server to the same state it had before clients used the session.|
|Stop session - Close the session.|
|Stop session and exit X Manager - Close the session. If this is the last running session, also exit X Manager.|
|Do nothing - Continue running the session without a reset. This is useful for applications that expect your environment to remain unchanged.|
|Delay (secs)||Specify the number of seconds of inactivity that must pass before the session is reset or stopped. If a client connects during this interval, the Reset session or Stop session setting is ignored. This setting applies X Client definitions, not XDMCP connections.|
|Note: This option does not apply if the session is running an XDMCP desktop. When you log off of the desktop, the On last client action occurs immediately (no timeout).|
|Automatically start session||Automatically start this session when X Manager starts.|
|Disable sharing||Disables sharing for X clients and XDMCP connections that use this session.|
|Limit number of session instances to||Sets a maximum limit on the number of instances of this session that can be launched by a user. This does not limit the number of clients that can run using the same session instance. It does not affect how many instances of other session types can run.|
|Note: In domain mode, all sessions for any given user are known to the domain, and the domain enforces the limit per user. A user cannot log in to multiple instances of X Manager for Domains and start the specified number of session instances on each X Manager for Domains.|
Remote Session Services
The Remote Session Services feature is available if you have installed support for running Reflection X session components on other computers. The options available to you depend on whether you are running in standalone or domain mode. For details, see: