This dialog is displayed when you are disconnecting an active connection. You can either confirm the disconnect operation or cancel it.
Click Yes to close the currently active connection.
Click Cancel to abort disconnecting. This has the same effect as selecting No. (This option is included to make the selection more intuitive for users who have clicked the Disconnect button accidentally.)
Click Help to view the help.
Note that one connection can have several windows open (such as a terminal window and a file transfer window). Disconnecting affects all windows associated with a single connection. All tunnels associated with the connection are terminated as well.
However, if you have started other, separate SSH Tectia Client instances, they are not affected by disconnecting. Disconnecting quits one connection and all of its associated windows, but none of the separate connections. Windows associated with the same connection show sequence number on the title bar.
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