Team Services - States
Team Services status and state information is available in the GSW Session Administrator. The last column in the Session Administrator is labeled TeamS for Team Services.
Figure 91: Team Services - Session Administrator
The TeamS column indicates the state or status of the session. Below are the various states and their descriptions.
State Description Reason
Sel User is in the Team Services Menu hotkey
AXfer User has consented to Accept a Transfer F1
Xfer User is selecting the session for Transfer F2
ASwap User has consented to Accept a Swap F3
Swap User is selecting a session to Swap F4
AShr User has consented to Accept a Share F5
Shr User is selecting a session to partner F6
Shr! The originator of a TS Share (session is shared) 
Recov User is selecting a session to Recover F7
Table 28 - Team Services State Table
The System Administrator can view the states of sessions as Team Service operations are occurring.
System Administrator support for Team Services - Share
When sessions are shared by Team Services the mS column and the Mon column are of interest. The partnered (or shared) sessions will have the same Monitor ID. The TeamS state of one session will be blank and the other will show Shr! The session showing Shr! is the originating Team Service session (the one that performed the F6) and the blank state is the session that performed the Accept Share (F5).
Figure 92: Team Services Session Administrator - SHARE
The Session Administrator may not have both partners of the share next to each other like in the figure above. However you can sort by Monitor ID as show below which will group partners.
Figure 93: Team Services Session Administrator - Sort