The Auto Client
Reconnect section contains policy settings for controlling automatic
reconnection of sessions.
allows or prevents automatic reconnection by the same client after a connection
has been interrupted.
automatic reconnection is allowed.
reconnection allows users to resume working where they were interrupted when a
connection was broken. Automatic reconnection detects broken connections and
then reconnects the users to their sessions.
reconnection can result in a new session being launched (instead of
reconnecting to an existing session) if Receiver's cookie, containing the key
to the session ID and credentials, is not used. The cookie is not used if it
has expired, for example, because of a delay in reconnection, or if credentials
must be reentered. Auto client reconnect is not triggered if users
requires authentication for automatic client reconnections.
authentication is not required.
When a user
initially logs on, XenDesktop encrypts and stores the user credentials in
memory and creates a cookie containing the encryption key which is sent to
Receiver. When this setting is added, cookies are not used. Instead, XenDesktop
displays a dialog box to users requesting credentials when the plug-in attempts
to reconnect automatically.
enables or disables the recording of auto client reconnections in the event
logging is disabled.
When logging is
enabled, the server’s System log captures information about successful and
failed automatic reconnection events. A site does not provide a combined log of
reconnection events for all servers.