Is it not possible to control the Workstation settings via a Window Policy
Setting ?

On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 8:19 AM Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Switching 5250 is not on the plate. Again, I'd rather have something I
can control at the server to stop this.
Technically auto-reconnect has it's uses. For example when you do a
switch to your HA solution. Training users how to manually do a reconnect
can be done but I'd rather not. Again, I'd rather figure out how to limit
this at the server.

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Hmm. The emulator we use internally (and which we bundle with our CRM
product), which I helped write, does not even *have* auto-reconnect
(I've never even heard of such a thing until now), and if it has a
"device in use" collision when connecting, it (1) increments the counter
in the device name, if you specify a device name, and (2) stops trying
and puts up a dialog after a set number of failed attempts to connect.

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