The ability to see if a computer is signed in, screen locked, or signed out. Would be really nice to have it so I do not accidentally remote into active sessions.
That would require live monitoring, and I don’t think they are at that point yet (I think it would require them to have a full service instead of just a basic service that launches an ephemeral agent to do the heavy lifting). That being said, I don’t think I’ve seen a request for live monitoring, so I’ll add a vote here
Agreed, this would be a nice feature to have!
I’d love for Immy to start taking a step in this direction. It could possibly even lead into live software compliance checks.
Regardless of the scope here, the base idea gets my
I’d love to be able to control reboots based off of this as well.
@DimitriRodis dont you have some form of this check built into the Windows Upgrade/Updates script?
What you’re probably thinking of is the preflight script feature that we needed in order to be able to tell if a machine was booting/in the middle of updates. Whether a user is logged in or not or at a lock screen isn’t a factor for Windows Updates.