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NAV Services & Sessions: Counting, Killing, Timeout
Understanding and Configuring Session Timeout
“When you start the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client, a connection is established with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance, and a corresponding session is added on Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server includes several timeout settings that determine when a session closes because of inactivity, a lost connection, or the client closes.
Source NAVTeam & NAV MSDN Online
NAV 2015 Session Counting
Nice post about Session Counting in 4 tier environment
Stop Idle using Powershell
Stopping Idle Microsoft Dynamics NAV Services using Powershell
Nice Post about “How to Stop” Idle Nav Services
“PowerShell has a powerful set of commands that allow you to start new sessions and execute commands in those sessions within the context of your main script.”
Kill Sessions in Dynamics NAV 2013/2015
Source Olof Simren
NAV 2015 “Full” Tracking
NAV 2015 TRACKING SESSIONS, USERS ACTIVITY, CHANGE LOG
KILL INACTIVE NAV SESSIONS FROM SQL
(only dor Old Releases NAV 3.10 .. NAV 2009)
// KILL SQL INACTIVE SESSIONS FOR NAV APPLICATIONS, ONLY FOR SLEEPING SESSIONS
Kill Idle Connections using ADO
“To save concurrent uses in NAV it might be a good idea to kill idle connections automatically.”
Nice with ADO Connerction”
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