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type: session state change task trigger

The <session state change task trigger> inspectors return information about Windows actions that are triggered by changes in Terminal Server session states, such as switching users or logging in remotely.

console connect of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a connection state change, for instance when users are switched on the client computer.

console disconnect of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a disconnect state change, for instance when users are switched on the client computer.

delay of <session state change task trigger> : time interval

Returns a time interval corresponding to the delay between the detection of the specified session state change and the time the task is started.

remote connect of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a remote connection change, for instance when a user connects to a session using a remote desktop connection.

remote disconnect of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a remote disconnect change, for instance when a user disconnects from a session using a remote desktop connection.

session lock of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a session lock change, for instance when a computer is locked.

session unlock of <session state change task trigger> : boolean

Returns a boolean TRUE if the terminal server console has experienced a session unlock change, for instance when a computer is unlocked.

user id of <session state change task trigger> : string

Returns the user identifier (as a string) required to run the tasks associated with the specified session state-change trigger.

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