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

GSW SSH Server - RF Mobile Device Team collaboration

GSW - Team Members - Secure Shell Mobile Device session management

GSW - Helping - Secure Shell Mobile Device session management

GSW - Team Members - Secure Shell Mobile Device session management

GSW - Transfer Session - Secure Shell Server RF Mobile Device

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

Team Services - SSH Server previous
Team Services - SSH Server pause
Team Services - SSH Server resume
Team Services - SSH Server next
SHARE RF SCANNER MOBILE DEVICE SESSIONS SHARE Use Two devices  with a individual 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 Troubleshooting

Overview

There are just a few items to note when troubleshooting Team Servcies.

  • When you are performing Team Services Transfer, Swap or Share and you are in the menu where you select the session - Only sessions in the appropriate Accept Mode are displayed. For example, for Transfer, only sessions in Accept Transfer Mode are displayed. For Swap, only sessions in Accept Swap Mode are displayed, etc.
  • When you are performing Team Services Recover and you are in the menu where you select the session to recover - Only suspended sessions are displayed.
  • Check that the Team Services Registry settings are correct.
  • Check that the logon script's Team Services environment variables are correct.

There are some session configuration items that must be the same for sessions participating in Team Services.

  • The SSH settings must be the same (SSH in use or not in use)
  • GSW Encryption settings must be the same (GSW Encryption in use or not in use).
  • FIPS settings must be the same (FIPS in use or FIPS not in use).

Additionally, some configuration items and/or requirements for sessions participating in specific Team Services operations are:

Recovery

  • Session Saver must be configured
  • Session must be in suspended state
  • Client types must match (GSW or 3rd Party)
  • Unicode settings must match

Transfer

  • Session must be in Accept Transfer mode
  • Client types must match (GSW or 3rd Party)
  • Unicode settings must match

Share

  • Session must be in Accept Share mode
  • Session must not already be monitored or shared

Swap

  • Session must be in Accept Swap mode
  • Client types must match (GSW or 3rd Party)
  • Unicode settings must match

A quick way for the System Administrator to identify the Client, Unicode and SSH settings for a given session is to use the Session Administrator. Select the session and then use the menu item Session->Details. You will see a display similar to the one below.

You can identify if a client is a GSW FIPS session by the '*' pre-pended to the User Name in the User name column.

 
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