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Alex Heng

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Hi All, 

 

I am currently running a powershell script to disconnect users whose session state shows disconnected and the duration is more than 8 hours using task scheduler. 

 

It seems that the script is running but it's not reflected in citrix studio. 

 

Details of script
Add-PSSnapin Citrix*
Get-BrokerSession | Where-Object {$_.sessionstate -eq "Disconnected" -and $_.SessionStateChangeTime -lt (Get-date).AddHours(-8)} | Stop-BrokerSession

 

When I ran directly from powershell, it's working as intended ... Not sure where have I gone wrong.

 

Please kindly advise. 

 

regards,
Alex

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On 8/29/2019 at 5:21 PM, Anjani Bhiravabhatla said:

Hi ,

 

Powershell script that you mentioned above should ideally disconnect the user sessions after the set duration . Instead you can also configure the below policy settings to terminate the disconnected user sessions .

 

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Let us know if you need any more information regarding this .

 

Thanks,

Anjani Bhiravabhatla

 

Hi Anjani, 

 

That would be the best situation but sad to say I got no access to GPO. 

 

So the next best thing would be to use power shell scripts. 

 

I have been monitoring the results and it seems that the the sessions are not disconnected. 

 

Can someone please shed some light?

 

regards,
Alex

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