Manual Chapter : About Windows Cache and Session Control

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  • 15.0.1, 15.0.0
Manual Chapter

About Windows Cache and Session Control

The Windows Cache and Session Control action can clean up after and control a session in a number of ways.
The Windows Cache and Session Control action, and the Windows Protected Workspace action, are not compatible and should not be used in the same session.
The Windows Cache and Session Control action provides these configuration elements and options:
Clean temporary Internet files and cookies
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action deletes temporary files and cookies after logout.
Clean forms and passwords autocomplete data
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action clears autocomplete entries in forms and fields after logout.
Empty Recycle Bin
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action empties the system Recycle Bin after logout.
Empty Temporary Folder
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action empties the system Recycle Bin after logout.
Force session termination if the browser or Webtop is closed
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action deletes files from the temporary folder that were created or modified during the session. Uses the session creation (cache cleaner start) timestamp to determine the files to delete.
Remove dial-up entries used by Network Access client
Specifies
Disabled
or
Enabled
. When set to
Enabled
, the action removes dial-up networking entries after logout.
Terminate session on User Inactivity
Specifies
Disabled
or
n
minutes
, or
n
hours
or
Custom
and a number of minutes. When not set to
Disabled
, the action terminates the session after the specified amount of time elapses.
Lock workstation on User Inactivity
Specifies
Disabled
or
n
minutes
, or
n
hours
or
Custom
and a number of minutes. When not set to
Disabled
, the action locks the workstation after the specified amount of time elapses.