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Breakthrough Feature - Team Services All Initiated from the Device, No System Administrator Intervention required!

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GSW - Transfer Session - under 60 seconds

GSW - Transfer Session - Continue where you left off

GSW - Transfer Session - No System Administrator Intervention Required

GSW - Transfer Session - Takes less than 60 seconds

GSW - Swap Devices - Keep you Secure Shell session - RF Device 1

GSW - Swap Devices - Keep you Secure Shell session RF Device 2

GSW - Swap Devices - Keep you Secure Shell session both RF mobile devices

GSW - Swap Devices - and keep your RF Mobile Device Session

GSW - Swap Devices - Keep you Secure Shell session, continue where you left off

GSW - Swap Devices - control from the client, no system administer intervention required

GSW - Swap Devices - Swap in less than 60 seconds

GSW - Share Devices - Two devices share a single SSH session

GSW - Share Devices - Two devices share a single Telnet session

GSW - Share Devices - Two devices share a single secure shell session

GSW - Share Devices - Output from the server is displayed on both devices

GSW - Share Devices - Truck mount and mobile device

GSW - Share Devices - use for quality assurance, shadowing, monitoring,etc.

GSW - Share Devices - Initiate from client device, no system administrator intervention required

GSW - Share Devices - Takes less than 60 seconds

GSW - Recover Dropped Sessions on RF Devices

GSW - Recover dropped sessions on RF Devices - damaged device

GSW - Recover Dropped or Suspended Sessions from a RF Scanner

GSW - Recover Dropped or Suspended Sessions even to another device

GSW - Recover - Session Dead Battery, broken device, network failure etc.

GSW - Recover Use Team Services Recover

GSW - Recover Dropped or Suspended Sessions - No System Administrator intervention required

GSW - Recover Dropped or Suspended Sessions takes less than 60 seconds

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SHARE RF SCANNER MOBILE DEVICE SESSIONS SHARE Use Two devices  with a single session  

 

SWAP RF SCANNER MOBILE DEVICE SESSIONS   SWAP Swap Devices with a team member and keep your original sessions
TRANSFER RF SCANNER MOBILE DEVICE SESSIONS   TRANSFER Move your session to another device
RECOVER DROPPED RF SCANNER MOBILE DEVICE SESSIONS   RECOVER Recover dropped sessions
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Team Services Configuration and Security

Recovery

Transfer

Swap

Share

Overview

In some environments it may not be appropriate for all users to have access to all GSW Team Services. The system administrator may configure the default access settings for each individual Team Service operation using Registry parameters.

Note: For new installations of the GSW UTS the Registry parameters enable all Team Services by default.

  • For upgrades from a pre-Team Services version (pre 8.01) of the UTS, Team Services is disabled by default for security reasons. You must enable Team Services for operation.

 

The registry location is:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\GS_Tnet\Parameters\

The parameters, type and values are noted below:

Team Service Registry Parameter Type Values
Transfer

TSEnableTransfer

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Swap

TSEnableSwap

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Share

TSEnableShare

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Recovery

TSEnableRecovery

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Other Team Service Configuration    
 

TSHotKeyCtrl

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Enter TS hot key

TSHotKeyVK

DWORD

See HotKey Section

Left Justify TS Dialog/Text

TSLeftJustify

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Strict Teams

TSEnableStrictTeams

DWORD

0 = disable 1=enable

Team Service Registry Parameters Sizes and Values    

These default settings can be overridden using environment variables in global or per user logon scripts.

For example you may want to have Team Services disabled except for certain users. This can be accomplished by disabling each Team Service with Registry parameters and then overriding them for specific users in their logon scripts.

The environment variables for Team Services are shown below.

Team Service Environment Variable Values
Transfer

gwtn_ts_enable_transfer

'Y' or 'N', or 'y' or 'n'

Swap

gwtn_ts_enable_swap

'Y' or 'N', or 'y' or 'n'

Share

gwtn_ts_enable_share

'Y' or 'N', or 'y' or 'n'

Recovery

gwtn_ts_enable_recovery

'Y' or 'N', or 'y' or 'n'

Other Team Service Configuration  
Enter TS hot key    
Left Justify TS Dialog/Text

gwtn_ts_enable_left_justify

'Y' or 'N', or 'y' or 'n'

Team Service Environment Variables and Values  

Team Services Recovery

Team Services Recovery works together with Session Saver and thus Session Saver must be configured for Team Services Recovery to operate.

The variable TSEnableRecovery is a registry key value. This registry key sets the default behavior for all users.

  • 0 disables Team Services Recovery for all users

  • 1 enables Team Services Recovery for all users

The key is:

TSEnableRecovery DWORD

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\GS_Tnet\Parameters\TSEnableRecovery

An environment variable may be set on either a Global or Per User basis to override the default configuration specified by the Registry parameters described above.

The environment variable for Team Services Recovery is:

gwtn_ts_enable_recovery

Possible values are: Y (or 'N', or 'y' or 'n')

This allows you to have a set of users that can have different Team Services privileges than specified in the Registry key value.

NOTE: No spaces are allowed when setting environment variables.

For example: To enable Team Services Recovery the following line should be present in the user's logon script.

set gwtn_ts_enable_recovery=Y is correct

set gwtn_ts_enable_recovery = Y is not correct

Team Services Transfer

The variable TSEnableTransfer is a registry key value. This registry key sets the default behavior for all users.

  • 0 disables Team Services Transfer for all users

  • 1 enables Team Services Transfer for all users

The key is:

TSEnableTransfer DWORD

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\GS_Tnet\Parameters\TSEnableTransfer

An environment variable may be set on either a Global or Per User basis to override the default configuration specified by the Registry parameters described above.

The environment variable for Team Services Transfer is:

gwtn_ts_enable_transfer

Possible values are: Y (or 'N', or 'y' or 'n')

This allows you to have a set of users that can have different Team Services privileges than specified in the Registry key value.

NOTE: No spaces are allowed when setting environment variables.

For example: To enable Team Services Transfer the following line should be present in the user's logon script.

set gwtn_ts_enable_transfer=Y is correct

set gwtn_ts_enable_transfer = Y is not correct

Team Services Swap

The variable TSEnableSwap is a registry key value. This registry key sets the default behavior for all users.

  • 0 disables Team Services Swap for all users

  • 1 enables Team Services Swap for all users

The key is:

TSEnableSwap DWORD

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\GS_Tnet\Parameters\TSEnableSwap

An environment variable may be set on either a Global or Per User basis to override the default configuration specified by the Registry parameters described above.

The environment variable for Team Services Swap is:

gwtn_ts_enable_swap

Possible values are: Y (or 'N', or 'y' or 'n')

This allows you to have a set of users that can have different Team Services privileges than specified in the Registry key value.

NOTE: No spaces are allowed when setting environment variables.

For example: To enable Team Services Swap the following line should be present in the user's logon script.

set gwtn_ts_enable_swap=Y is correct

set gwtn_ts_enable_swap = Y is not correct

Team Services Share

The variable TSEnableShare is a registry key value. This registry key sets the default behavior for all users.

  • 0 disables Team Services Share for all users

  • 1 enables Team Services Share for all users

The key is:

TSEnableShare DWORD

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\GS_Tnet\Parameters\TSEnableShare

An environment variable may be set on either a Global or Per User basis to override the default configuration specified by the Registry parameters described above.

The environment variable for Team Services Share is:

gwtn_ts_enable_share

Possible values are: Y (or 'N', or 'y' or 'n')

This allows you to have a set of users that can have different Team Services privileges than specified in the Registry key value.

NOTE: No spaces are allowed when setting environment variables.

For example: To enable Team Services Share the following line should be present in the user's logon script.

set gwtn_ts_enable_share=Y is correct

set gwtn_ts_enable_share = Y is not correct

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