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CA PAM Concurrent Sessions Support

Question asked by dassu10 Employee on Nov 2, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 7, 2016 by lutch01

Hello All,

 

As per the documentation it has been mentioned that CA PAM can support 2000 concurrent sessions with session recording capability. I would need some help to understand if that is applicable for Virtual Appliance, AMI Application and Hardware Appliance? If not then what are the figures for each deployment on concurrent session capability?

 

Also do we have any feature in CA PAM which can help the "SUPER" user to view from PAM appliance console:

 

1) How many users are currently using PAM and are connected to which end device?

2) Force log off some users if they see any suspicious behavior?

 

Thank you all in advance for your kind support.

 

Regards,

Suvajit

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