Anyone know of a way to enforce a timeout on an IGEL device configured for Imprivata appliance mode (tap to desktop) so that after a set amount of time, the session is disconnected and you are returned to the Imprivata appliance mode login/badge tap screen? I’m not sure if this is something that would be done within Imprivata or IGEL.
Not knowing specially how it works on Imprivata, but conditional commands are doing similar thing on igel. It‘s worth a try to set a timeout of inactivity there and then specific a command like logoff which logs the local igel linux user off and on again automatically:
Hi @member, within the Imprivata Computer Policy, set an inactivity timer on the virtual desktop policy – when this triggers it should lock, disconnect and the igel should return to the login screen
Worked perfectly, thank you!
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