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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 an individual telnet or ssh session

Team Members Helping Team Members

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  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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Team Services General Operation

Overview

Team Services operations are straightforward to understand and use. Below is an overview for using GSW Team Services. In this document GSW Team Services is often abbreviated "TS".

The Team Services Transfer, Swap and Share operations requires the team member who originates the operation first communicate with the 2nd team member[1] in order to request that the 2nd team member put their device (session) in the proper Team Service Accept mode for the operation. The 2nd team member must affirm that they are willing to accept a Transfer, Swap or Share. This way the 2nd team member's session is not unknowingly altered without expressly consenting to the operation.

The 2nd team member initiates Team Services and enters the “Accept Mode” for the specific Team Service to consent to the operation. This is done by pressing the corresponding function key for the Team Service operation. Session Identification information is displayed and can be quickly communicated to the originating team member.

The originating team member then enters Team Services, selects the Team Service operation, identifies the 2nd team member's session and completes the operation.

The entire process can take less than 60 seconds.

In summary, the Transfer, Swap and Share Team Service operations each have an Accept Mode and a Team Services Operation.

The Recover Team Service does not have an Accept Mode. You could consider a suspended session as consenting by default.

The Transfer, Swap and Share Team Service general procedural flow is:

  1. One team member (originator) requests a 2nd team member to participate in a team service operation.
  2. The 2nd team member puts their session in Accept Mode for the Team Service operation.
  3. Team member (originator) starts Team Service operation.
  4. Team member (originator) identifies 2nd team member's session, selects and completes operation.

The Recover Team Service operation general procedural flow is:

  1. Team member initiates the Team Service Recover operation.
  2. Team member identifies the suspended session, selects and completes operation.

Team Services state and status information is displayed in the Session Administrator. This allows the administrator to know which devices are sharing, waiting for Team Service Transfers, Swaps, Shares and etc.

Enter Team Services Tasks by typing Ctrl-x or the configured hot key. The Team Services Tasks menu is show below.

Each of the Team Service tasks is initiated by using a function key on the device. Team Service tasks that require an Accept mode use a pair of function keys, one for the Accept and the other for the Team Service tasks. When Accept Mode for a Team Service is performed, the client device display is similar to Figure 56.

Accept Mode Display

Session Selection Display


Figure 56: Accept Mode Display

On the left we see the display after a user has entered Accept Mode for Team Service Share. Note that the Session Id is s5.

On the right we see the display after the Team Service operation Swap is entered. A list of all sessions available for a Swap is displayed.

Note: Only sessions in Accept Swap mode are displayed. So there will be no confusion swapping with someone that did not consent to a swap.


Figure 57: Session Selection Display

The associated Team Service operation displays a list of sessions available for that operation similar to figure 57. The session is selected for the operation by entering the displayed line number for that session. For example to swap with session s5 the user would enter a 2 since that is the line number for session s5.

The Transfer operation uses the F1 key for Transfer Accept Mode and the F2 key to perform the Transfer operation. The Swap operation uses the F3 key for the Swap Accept Mode and the F4 key for the Swap operation. The Share operation uses the F5 key for Accept Share Mode and the F6 key for the Share operation.

2nd Team Member Originating Team Member
Team Services Operation Description Accept Mode Operation
Transfer Transfers your session to another device F1 F2
Swap Transfers your session to another device
Transfers the other session to your device
F3 F4
Share One Session is shared by two devices F5 F6
Recover Recovers a suspended session to your device n/a F7
My TS Info Display Session ID, User Name, IP Address n/a F8
Reserved n/a F9
Cancel Cancel Team Services Operation, Exit Menu n/a F10
Enter Team Services Open Team Services Menu Configurable hot key
Team Services Function Keys

A configurable hot key is used to enter GSW Team Services. The default hot key is Ctrl-x. When initiated, Team Services presents the user with a men that is used to transfer a session, recover a session, swap sessions, share a session etc.

 
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