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MVP Business Solutions (NAV) ...a blog about Microsoft Dynamics NAV Technology, from NAVISION 3.60 to NAV 2017, 13 years of NAV.
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Roberto Stefanetti NAV Blog MVP Business Solutions (NAV) & 8230;a blog about Microsoft Dynamics NA MVP Business Solutions (NAV) ...a blog about Microsoft Dynamics NAV Technology, from NAVISION 3.60 to NAV 2017, 13 years of NAV. Roberto Stefanetti NAV Blog MVP Business Solutions (NAV) a blog about Microsoft Dynamics NAV Technology, from NAVISION 3.60 to NAV 2017, 13 years of NAV. Roberto Stefanetti NAV Blog MVP Business Solutions (NAV) a blog about Microsoft Dynamics NAV Technology, from NAVISION 3.60 to NAV 2017, 13 years of NAV. Menu Vai al contenuto Home About Downloads Interviews Links My Blogs to PDF Project Management Video & Slideshare ALL ABOUT Kill (In)active Sessions when no more licenses Rispondi Sometimes it happens that there are no more licenses available for Dynamics NAV , from NAV 2013 R2 and next releases, it s necessary to run the Windows Client or to use Powershell statements to kill some sessions and unlock others. If you are unable to access to NAV ( no more licenses ), you should need to use SQL Console and kill sessions from there (reading from Active Sessions Table of from sysprocesses View on master db..) Some user don t want to use SQL Server to achieve this ! WARNING : No more licenses !! Immediately Buy Others !!! There are many ways to kill sessions , i list below some methods. With NAV Server Login C/AL Powershell Without NAV Server Login SQL Server Stored ProceduresT-Sql VB .NET Application Below some methods to kill the sessions even in the case of no more licenses available : SQL Script and VB.NET C/AL Statement to Kill Sessions The Standard Statement for C/AL Code is: STOPSESSION( Session ID ); Example: IF CONFIRM ( Kill Session ? ) THEN STOPSESSION( Session ID ) GOA