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#1 Posted : Saturday, July 1, 2017 9:32:38 PM(UTC)

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These properties no longer exist in 6.3:


Is there some alternate way to control Join Modes? I want simple code and public visible disabled, which I was able to do very easily in 6.2 by setting those properties to False.

is there any way to change the default session name, or force a host to enter a session name? I find the new behavior to be, bad.

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#2 Posted : Monday, July 3, 2017 3:03:40 PM(UTC)
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Good morning,

In 6.3.13466, there is no way to disable the "Change Code to Name" and "Make Session Public" options for newly-created support sessions.

The next release of Control (which should be released relatively soon) will include the ability to disable the "Make Session Public" command. Likewise, there is no way to change the default session name from "Untitled Session" -- our Product Management team is aware of this limitation, and we expect this value to be configurable in the next release of Control.

I understand you would also like to disable the "Make Session Public" command as well. I suggest adding a feature request to the ConnectWise Control feature request portal regarding this functionality: http://product.screencon...m/forums/1-new-features/

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