You can create a session group of active sessions. You can use the HostConnectedCount = 0 AND GuestConnectedCount > 0 filter if you're looking for sessions with only a guest connected, or HostConnectedCount > 0 AND GuestConnectedCount > 0 if you're looking for sessions with a host and guest connected.
Thank you for your quick response Rishikesh. That's not what I was looking for. What I am looking for is that, when I logon to my connectwise account. I should be able to see how many computers are being used now (user are logged on to ). So, it should give me list of computer being used
Sandip, If you mean how many hosts are currently connected to sessions. In which case it would just be HostConnectedCount > 0
If this is not what you meant then please give us a scenario which would describe the request in details.
Where the User: field has '(Active)' is what I'm after.User LIKE '*Active*'
does not work
In that case, you should use GuestLoggedOnUserName instead of 'User.' Here's our whole list of session group filters.
If anyone runs across this post the answer is:
GuestLoggedOnUserName <> ''
Returns any machine that has a user logged in (the string is not empty).
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