Okay, I have looked the forum over and only found a reference to manually “Disabling” each user one at a time to force them to logout so you can reboot for server maintenance. This is impractical though. It means going into each of the 27 users profiles and disabling them, doing the server maintenance, and then going back to each of the user profiles to re-enable them.
I can’t imagine that nobody else has asked about this. I must be overlooking something.
How does everyone else handle this?
I also have a client asking if there is a way to tell who is logged in at any given time. They want to see a list of users currently active on the system. Is there a way to get this?
Is this a valid bench command? I could not find it in the documentation.
If it is a valid command and does not hurt the database, then I can use it to shut everyone down before doing a reboot.
It really would be better though to be able to do this from inside the Administrator login and force a popup message telling the users they have xx number of seconds to save their work and logout before the system goes down.