Configure and manage user sessions
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Dynatrace Managed can be accessed by numerous users belonging to various groups. The number of concurrent sessions per user account should be limited to the minimum required to perform job duties. Dynatrace Managed gives you the ability to control and limit the number of concurrent user sessions per user account.
In the Dynatrace menu, go to User authentication > User sessions to view or terminate any current user sessions. The user sessions view indicates the type of sign-in, when the sign-in occurred, and the IP address or device from which the sign-in occurred.
LOCAL- Users that exist only in the cluster database and are local to the cluster
LDAP- LDAP users
SSO- Sign-in from your identity provider
DEVOPSTOKEN- Sign-in from Mission Control pro-active support
To terminate a session, select and confirm the action. The session will immediately terminate and log out the user.
To modify the number of concurrent user sessions permitted, select Configure concurrent sessions. You can set different limits for regular users and admin users. Admin accounts are users who belong to any group that has global cluster-admin permissions.
To remove all session limits for administrators and regular user accounts, turn on Unlimited concurrent sessions.
Use the REST API to update automatic logout policy. By default, there's no auto logout of users who stay on auto-refreshable pages. See Update cluster user sessions configuration