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I have one user who repeatedly gets the following message after a few hours and goes away upon restarting the NAV rtc client. Nobody else gets this error message, the database isn't close to being full, memory on the server is good.
As I can see from the screen, the issue has happened when the user is on the Item Card. Could you check whether it happens only when the user opens Item Card? If it happens on all pages, you may try installing the client using the installable which has used on other user's machine or use the latest build.
It is the client, not the server, that provokes the error. If you are adventurous you could fire up SysInternals Process Explorer and look at handles and resources of the nav.client.exe process.
My guess is that that PC has a anti-virus, monitoring, something-in-the-background program that probes all the running processes, and thereby creating handles that does not get released again..
We have the same problem running on NAV 2017 version 10.0.22286.0. We have checked the server power and we use less then 40%. We have checked the client machine it uses less then 20%. We have disables AV from checking NAV service. We have raised the allowed memory for NAV by a lot (within their guidelines)
Most of the users we have that experience the problems are working with Document Capture and “bigger” files then other users. Over a day they run out of resources 3-5 times. Close NAV start again and continue.
We have had our hosting partners involved and several NAV partners to look at this and no one knows where to look now.
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