Please help me with this case:
My client want to monitor how many users logging in the system at a time. Because their IT want to control who are in the system, and are that amount exceed the user license or not.I don't know how to do, please help me.
Thanks in advance,
It can be monitered from the Server its self,if you have the SA login.
Find it in File->Database ->Information.
There are two tabs
2.Session ->Current Session shows the current user logged in.
If you click on the DrillDown Arrow you will get a list & Name of users logged in & Idle time.
If any member is idle for more than 30 minutes you can surely delete it from the current session window.
Manish R Sharma | Techno-Functional Consultant Microsoft Dynamics NAV
It's so simple but I've just knew it.
Thanks so much Manisharma31.
Would be nice if you verify the solution.
if you have SQL Server, you can use an SQL Script or View (valid for ALL NAV Releases)
"select COUNT(*) from master..sysprocesses S where S.program_name LIKE '%Navision%' "
... adding or LIKE "%WEB Serv%" or LIKE "Classic%"or "%NAV%" ...
You can make another script using standard SQL KILL function to kill inactive sessions.. (using IDLE time, active & open transactions etc..
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Hi Roberto Stefanetti,
Why my "Licensed Sessions" show = 0 although i have login as a sa?
NAV 2009 or NAV 2013 ?
"Licensed Sessions" show = 0, only for SA user or for all users ?
"Licensed Sessions" count is taken from uploaded server license or active licence (after manual change license)
if you see 0 i think:
> you have Cronus License loaded in database server or in database
> you are using trace flag 4616
> your "sa" user is not first NAV installation user (and lost db_owner role on database) ; check if "sa" is db_owner in your db
> try to create another super user like "sa" adding db_owner & Sysadmin role
> try with WindowsLogin
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