2013 at GSW
Graphical User Interface (GUI) Configuration Tool - Major
Windows Explorer style interface allowing provisioning and configuration manangement. Faliliar to use operations such as copy, paste, rename, delete, export, import are applied tto configurations on a user or system basis. Create templates and quickly view summary configuration data.
Innovation - Major
TEAM SERVICES provides your mobile device users a breakthrough in Telnet/SSH2 technology that shatters all prior usability and efficiency standards by allowing unprecedented user collaboration. Now mobile device users are empowered to share resources, transfer, swap, share and recover dropped sessions. All from the mobile device, no system administrator necessary. All operations can be performed in under 60 seconds.
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STRICT TEAMS -
Overview - Optional Grouping of User's into Teams for interaction with Team Services
- Only users defined as part of a team can participate in Team Services operations with other members in the team.
- Organize groups, departments, locations into Teams such that they can help each other, but not impact other Teams.
- particularly useful in Application Server Environments and in situations when the pool of SSH2/Telnet Users span multiple departments, locations or companies.
Strict Teams must be enabled.
Often workflows are specific to distinct groups (or teams) and the administrator wants to allow only members within that group to have the capability initiate Team Services operations SHARE, SWAP, TRANSFER and RECOVER.
This is particularly useful in Application Server Environments and in situations when the pool of SSH2/Telnet Users span multiple departments or locations.
Configuration of Strict Teams is done through the file tsgroups.txt This file resides in the gs_uts installation root folder. Configuration instructions and examples are contained in the tsgoups.txt file.
Tom obtains the wireless mobile device. He is already connected with his truck mount device. Tom wants to allow his truck mount device session to be shared. From the truck mount device he enters Team Services (Figure 75) and then initiates the task Accept Share by pressing F5. The truck mount device display shows his session id is “s5” and waiting for a partner(Figure 76).
|Tom's Truck Mount Device|
Figure 75 - Team Services Task Menu
Figure 76 - Accept Share Mode
|Wireless Mobile Device|
Figure 77 - Team Services Task Menu
Figure 78 - Selects 2 to Share session ID s5
Tom takes the wireless mobile device and connects creating a temporary session. Tom enters Team Services on his wireless mobile device and presses F6 to initiate the Share task(Figure 77). The list of sessions in Accept Share mode is shown(Figure 78). Tom sees s5 is listed by the number 2. He presses 2 to join session s5. Tom's mobile device is now connected to the same session as the truck mount device. The result is shown in Figure 79
Tom's original temporary session is maintained and he can return to it by undoing the share by pressing control-x from the wireless mobile device (Pressing control-x from the truck mount device does not undo TS Sharing). The truck mount device continues in its session. This is shown in
This can be useful when a Team Member is working and needs to temporally join another team member's session (for assistance, support, quality assurance, etc.) and then needs to resume his work.
Note: If you exit (Either by typing EXIT or any other means of closing the session) the session (from either device) the truck mount session is closed and the mobile device is returned to its original session as shown below.
No System Administrator Intervention Required
All done in less than 60 seconds!
GSW TEAM SERVICES - SHARE OVERVIEW