Way to force previous connection off (or allow multiple connections)
If I am connected to a PC from one PC and then try to connect to the same PC from a third PC, I get a message and the connection is prohibited. Is there some way to "force" the previous connection to drop and allow this connection? This would be useful in a case where I have connected to a server from say a "home" PC...and forgot and left the connection active. But then I want to connect to that server from a "work" PC (or laptop). Currently, I am locked out until I can get back to the home PC and terminate the original connection.
This same scenario can also happen if you have more than one user that needs to connect to one server...and one person leaves their connection active.
This feature is coming a bit later, we surely understand how comfortable it is and we already have it on our development roadmap. Thank you and have a nice weekend.
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