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Finding All Sessions Using the Command Line Utility

You can use the wildcard to find all sessions that are running. The wildcard character is an asterisk enclosed in double quotation marks.

Note: The asterisk (wildcard character) and all blank spaces or special characters in the command line client that need to be escaped must be enclosed in double quotation marks.

Example of Finding All Sessions

$ -authuser my_user -authpass my_pass -s my_server_name -p 1814 -rootca root.cer -m query -u "*"


Modified: 2018-01-11