For example the TightVNC Server allows accessing the remote computer thru several parallel viewers at the same time. In some cases this is a very helpful feature for the users.
Why did you switched off such a behaviour in your AMT?
There is a Session Timeout Parameter in the class IPS_KVMRedirectionSettingData.
If this is not sufficient for your need(s), I would need to look it this to see if"3rd party" terminationis possible. Can you explain to me why you would want to ungracefully terminate an activeconnection between two other sytems?
Interesting use case. One solution in this particular case would be for the operator to terminate the current session prior to leaving his station. If your current viewer does not have a "Disconnect" option, simply closing the viewer may have the desired affect. You can also develop a viewer.
Have you looked look at the KVM samples in the SDK?Samples are under
Now to your questions...
For Item 1.
-Yes, you can write your on app.
-No, there is no way to access this fieldvia the MEBx (Ctrl-p)
-The latest availableDTK does support KVM andmay be an additional thing to look at to aid in your own development efforts. click here to download
-No, there is no access to thisfield via the WebUI
SessionTimeout is afield of the class IPS_KVMRedirectonSettingData so it could bealtered via the get() and put() methods.
For Item 2.
The class also has the TerminateSession() method which youmay fit your needs.
You can find the class documentation in your SDK; once you're in the documentation it will be under:
WS-Management > WS-Management Class Reference > IPS Classes > IPS_KVMRedirectionSettingData
The SDK documentation also discusses how WS-Management is supported in Intel AMT:
click on the Contents Tab and look for WS-Management in the left window.