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I would like to identify old Outlook CRM subscription clients.
I know how to find out which subscriptions are obsolete. However, for active subscriptions that use multiple subscription clients (table "SubscriptionClients"), how do I figure out which clients are still in use?
In my scenario, an Outlook CRM user connects to CRM using an unknown number of machines (beside one primary sync machine). Can I find out which computers (subscription client ids) are still in use? By looking at the database I could only figure out when a user (subscription) synced the last time, but not when a specific machine (subscription client id) connected.
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