Joerg.Barfurth at Sun.COM
Fri Nov 13 11:49:05 PST 2009
Colin Walters schrieb:
> On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Joerg Barfurth <Joerg.Barfurth at sun.com> wrote:
>> There are real desktop virt (thin client) systems (e.g. our Sun Ray) that
>> have the sessions on the server. It is quite easy to obtain more than one
>> graphical session that way.
> I thought the Sun Ray had portable sessions? The "Hot Desk Mobility"
> at http://www.sun.com/sunray/sunray270/features.xml certainly makes it
> sound like it does. Can you really get two login sessions on a Sun
> Ray setup?
Sun Ray sessions are identified by "tokens". A token can be a smartcard
or an authenticated username (usually without smartcard). If one user
uses multiple smartcards or uses card and cardless sessions, they get
multiple sessions. I know of use cases where that is used to have
multiple sessions for different purposes. Or cardless use may be a
fallback, when you forgot the card elsewhere.
Joerg Barfurth Phone: +49 40 23646662
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