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Citrix Multi-Protocol? Do I need to explicitly end a session? ...

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Using Citrix Multi-Protocol for the first time in a long time. When I connect manually to a published Citrix app I'm used to explicitly disconnecting from citrix via ctrx_disconnect_server(). 

Do I need to do this when using Citrix Multi-Protocol and connecting via ctrx_nfuse_connect()?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Citrix Multi-Protocol? Do I need to explicitly end a session? ...

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Hello,

Yes it is needed, in that way you will ensure that each vuser disconnects properly, also we suggest putting the mentioned function in the end action, in this way,
if the script fails in somehow in any other line before, it will be closing the session, in that way future connections will work as expected.


thank you!

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Re: Citrix Multi-Protocol? Do I need to explicitly end a session? ...

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Hello,

Yes it is needed, in that way you will ensure that each vuser disconnects properly, also we suggest putting the mentioned function in the end action, in this way,
if the script fails in somehow in any other line before, it will be closing the session, in that way future connections will work as expected.


thank you!

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