In some circumstances where you cannot use (or open) the task manager panel to see the logged in users on a system and need to terminate a opened session, you might need to know your way around the CLI to achieve this task. Those simple steps will show you how. 1. Open the Command Prompt or PowerShell console with elevated privileges. 2.
Kill a terminal session on a server - Windows Server Step 1: Open a command prompt ( win key + R) type cmd and hit enter. Step 2: Type in "qwinsta /server:
ASP.NET Session state is disabled by default in SharePoint 2010 installation. However, there may be need in custom solutions, web parts & third party tools like Telerik reports on top of SharePoint 2010 framework where persisting information per user session is required. This is a case study we have done for our project referring below mentioned […]
Oct 30, 2017 ASP.NET Session State implementation in SharePoint
A user can always query the session to which the user is currently logged on. To query other sessions, the user must have special access permission. If you don't specify a session using the < username >, < sessionname >, or sessionID parameters, this query will display information about all active sessions in …
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