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accepted How does a running application behave when a remote desktop session “ends”?
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revised How does a running application behave when a remote desktop session “ends”?
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comment How does a running application behave when a remote desktop session “ends”?
It's not a homework question, it's just that I have to deal with remote desktop services, but I don't have the required experience and resources to test it myself. The actual question is about what happens to a running application when a RDP session "ends" somehow. Updated question to better reflect my problem.
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asked How does a running application behave when a remote desktop session “ends”?
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comment Is there any default time-out for file locks on Windows network shares?
@GregL: Ultimately only a server-side check about open file handles would tell this. But nonetheless I encountered this situation way too often, so I was wondering if there is any mechanism (caching, time-out, ...) that would keep a lock on a file on a network share, even if all "connections" to that file had been closed.
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asked Is there any default time-out for file locks on Windows network shares?
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answered Can I Boost Priority to a Process that I Killed and is Rolling Back?
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