Greyed out buttons in Session Management.
Well, I just realized I have the same greyed out button issue on my X2GO
client on my Windows box at home. So this has nothing to do with domains or
profile migration. Basically in Session Management all buttons on the right
are greyed out except "New Session" no matter what session I select on the
left. I am running 184.108.40.206
-- Paul Raines (http://help.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu)
On Mon, 20 Jul 2015 4:40pm, Paul Raines wrote:
> After logging in as a new user on the machine and starting X2Go client,
> we did not see the problem with the always greyed out delete button
> in Session Management.
> -- Paul Raines (http://help.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu)
> On Sat, 18 Jul 2015 7:36am, Stefan Baur wrote:
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>> Am 17.07.2015 um 00:46 schrieb Paul Raines:
>> > We deleted the registry key and that wiped all the sessions we had
>> > defined. But the UI issue continues. We create a new session. Then
>> > go to the Session Managment dialog and all buttons are greyed out
>> > but the top one to create new sessions even after selecting the
>> > session on the left. We can double click on the session on the
>> > left to edit. So the only thing we cannot do someway or other is
>> > delete (well, beside wiping out everything in the registry key).
>> > This could have been the case even before the profile migration and
>> > we just didn't notice before. So that might be a red herring.
>> > Anyway, the user has no need to delete sessions at this time so is
>> > fine with the way things are now.
>> This still sounds rather weird. Could you please create a new user
>> account in the same domain and check if that account experiences the
>> same issues?
>> - -Stefan
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