Trying to find a way to get the Citrix Workspace app to automatically log out after a period of inactivity. I’ve tried following the directions for kb.igel.com/igellinux/en/configuring-a-conditional-countdown-and-command-4237879.html configuring a conditional countdown, but no luck. Attempts included killing the wfica, selfservice, and AuthManagerDaemon tasks. The screensaver pops up, but nothing gets terminated with desktops and apps still running when the screensaver gets dismissed.
Why not do it via Citrix policy?
You have to configure this on the Citrix side, timeout settings for idle sessions
That’s what I was hoping to avoid. Building out policies that juggle timeouts across our environment is going to require a lot of planning.
Do you just need Citrix to lot out, or actually log off the IGEL desktop and go back to a lock screen?
Try the profile attached, and adjust the two numbers in the screenshot to adjust the time. Just make sure the top number is at least 1 minute after the bottom 🙂
smart approach @member
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