Lately I'm installing systems in remote areas or sites where no hard-line internet is available. Some are using 4G, some are using PtP broadband, but both have excessive bandwidth fees.
What would be great is the option to have the server kick (remote) clients after x minutes should the user forget to shut their clients down. You could have something similar to what banks do as in a pop up prompt after x minutes "Are you still watching?" with a yes/no before kicking?
In the near term, perhaps add a "on client connected" action that exposes the client IP to events and a "kick client" API call and I could write my own script.
All of this information is available in the Audit logs and I could grab and parse them but there is still no way I have found to kick a specific client.
Also, I think I've noticed that the android client stops on its own when it loses focus, does the iphone app do that too?
Please sign in to leave a comment.