I have users who roam a lot. Sometimes on their PC, sometimes on their notebook. Unfortuantely Spark does a poor job at handling this scenario. Once I login on my notebook, it will kick me off of my desktop (that is expected and good). But when I come back to my desktop it does not auto re-log me back in. Instead it requires that I action on the Spark client to forcibly log in.
a) Am I missing some option/setting somewhere that will mitigate this problem?
b) Why does the Spark client not detect user input (as in mouse/keyboard/etc) and use that as a hueristic to determine the user is back at the glass and therefore forcibly login for the user? This can eliminate the ping-ponging I keep reading about in older posts since the user is only interacting with one machine at a time. When the user interacts with the system his intention is fairly clear (he wants to interact on that particular machine) so Spark should auto-forcibly-re-login.
Is this already implemented? If not, what can I do to help implement it?