The "ThinLinc Agent Servers" table in tlwebadm seems to be a copy of data straight from the load balancer, without explanation nor documentation.
It's for example impossible for an administrator to know that the "Users" field is not a measure of the number of users using ThinLinc Sessions, but the number of unique UIDs running stuff on the machine. It's hard to remember for us developers too, but at least we can follow the code.
The columns available on the Load page in recent builds of Web Admin are less confusing.
However, the "Users" column is still confusing in the same way as before. To be consistent, we made the decision to show the same number in `tlclt load list`. So, this bug is also valid for tlctl.
The consensus in internal discussions is that we aren't really concerned about non-thinlinc users here. However, as long as the load balancer takes these users into account, we should display that number.
Unless the load balancer changes, we can try to solve this confusion using better documentation. Note that the following is written in the man pages for tlctl load:
> USERS Total numbers of users, accounting for system and ThinLinc users.