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Does anyone know of a way to determine if the user is currently in a Citrix/Terminal Services session or not?

I have customers with a mixed bag of local workstations connecting directly to the Server and remote workstations connecting via a Citrix/TS server.

I really would like to tell, via script or calculation, whether the user is in a Citrix/TS session or not.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated including command line code.

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Probably a couple of different ways of doing this. But the one that comes to mind is to use the environment variable SESSIONNAME. If you do "echo %sessionname%" in the command prompt you should get "Console" for a non-TS session and "RDP-xxxxx" for a TS session.

Now to get that info into FM is another story, since FM doesn't allow easy integration of windows scripting but it can be done with a VBscript plugin, or with a VBscript triggering a FM import script.

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