Signoff is not always disconnecting from the host. IT has a parameter called ENDCNN when this parameter is set to *no then you are not disconnecting the system (So in your case users will not be signed back).
Specifying endcnn to *yes will cause reconnect and re signon in your case. (This is not the default of endcnn though ..).
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