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Source code changes of the file "docs/man/sesman.ini.5.in" between
xrdp-0.9.13.1.tar.gz and xrdp-0.9.14.tar.gz

About: xrdp is a remote desktop protocol (rdp) server (accepting connections from rdesktop and Microsoft’s own terminal server / remote desktop clients).

sesman.ini.5.in  (xrdp-0.9.13.1):sesman.ini.5.in  (xrdp-0.9.14)
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.TP .TP
\fBMaxSessions\fR=\fInumber\fR \fBMaxSessions\fR=\fInumber\fR
Sets the maximum number of simultaneous sessions. If not set or set to Sets the maximum number of simultaneous sessions. If not set or set to
\fI0\fR, unlimited session are allowed. \fI0\fR, unlimited session are allowed.
.TP .TP
\fBKillDisconnected\fR=\fI[true|false]\fR \fBKillDisconnected\fR=\fI[true|false]\fR
If set to \fB1\fR, \fBtrue\fR or \fByes\fR, every session will be killed If set to \fB1\fR, \fBtrue\fR or \fByes\fR, every session will be killed
within 60 seconds after the user disconnects. within 60 seconds after the user disconnects.
This setting currently only works with xorgxrdp sessions.
.TP .TP
\fBDisconnectedTimeLimit\fR=\fInumber\fR \fBDisconnectedTimeLimit\fR=\fInumber\fR
Sets the time limit (in seconds) before a disconnected session is killed. Sets the time limit for \fBKillDisconnected\fR to a value greater than 60.
If set to \fI0\fR, automatic killing is disabled. Values less than 60 cannot be set. You do not actually have to specify
\fBKillDisconnected\fR if you set this value.
This setting currently only works with xorgxrdp sessions.
.TP .TP
\fBIdleTimeLimit\fR=\fInumber\fR \fBIdleTimeLimit\fR=\fInumber\fR
Sets the time limit (in seconds) before an idle session is disconnected. Sets the time limit (in seconds) before an idle session is disconnected.
Idle means no keyboard inputs and no mouse moves/clicks here. Idle means no keyboard inputs and no mouse moves/clicks here.
If set to \fI0\fR, idle sessions will never be disconnected by timeout. If set to \fI0\fR, idle sessions will never be disconnected by timeout.
This works only with xorgxrdp session. Moreover, xorgxrdp must be v0.2.9 or late r. This works only with xorgxrdp sessions. Moreover, xorgxrdp must be v0.2.9 or lat er.
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\fBPolicy\fR=\fI[Default|UBD|UBI|UBC|UBDI|UBDC]\fR \fBPolicy\fR=\fI[Default|UBD|UBI|UBC|UBDI|UBDC]\fR
Session allocation policy. By default, a new session is created Session allocation policy. Used to decide when to allocate a
for the combination <User,BitPerPixel> when using Xrdp, and new session. Set to one of the following values:
for the combination <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize> when using Xvnc.
This behavior can be changed by setting session policy to:
.br .br
.br .br
\fBDefault\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel>
.br
\fBUBD\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize> \fBUBD\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize>
.br .br
\fBUBI\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,IPAddr> \fBUBI\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,IPAddr>
.br .br
\fBUBC\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,Connection> \fBUBC\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,Connection>
.br .br
\fBUBDI\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize,IPAddr> \fBUBDI\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize,IPAddr>
.br .br
\fBUBDC\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize,Connection> \fBUBDC\fR - session per <User,BitPerPixel,DisplaySize,Connection>
.br .br
.br .br
Note that the \fBUser\fR and \fBBitPerPixel\fR criteria cannot be turned Note that the \fBUser\fR and \fBBitPerPixel\fR criteria cannot be turned
off. For Xvnc connections, \fBDisplaySize\fR is always enabled as well. off. \fBDisplaySize\fR refers to the initial geometry of a connection,
as actual display sizes can change dynamically.
.br .br
.SH "SECURITY" .SH "SECURITY"
Following parameters can be used in the \fB[Security]\fR section. Following parameters can be used in the \fB[Security]\fR section.
.TP .TP
\fBAllowRootLogin\fR=\fI[true|false]\fR \fBAllowRootLogin\fR=\fI[true|false]\fR
If set to \fB1\fR, \fBtrue\fR or \fByes\fR, enables root login on the If set to \fB1\fR, \fBtrue\fR or \fByes\fR, enables root login on the
terminal server. terminal server.
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