Unable to login to Business Central “Lock by another user” or “Something Went Wrong”

Unable to login to Business Central “Lock by another user” or “Something Went Wrong” I found in the forum a post related to this topic, then many MVPs replied about it and since I think this thing is interesting and could be useful to users, I summarized the opinions and some workaround that have been … Read more

Business Central SaaS – Kill Sessions

It could happen that the messages “another user has modified” or “a table is locked by another user” appear, in this case you have to wait for the situation to be unlocked, by letting the users out or waiting. Currently the only way to break the deadlocks wait and wait… get all users out, check … Read more

Directions ASIA: Focus on NAV 2018R2, Cloud and Tenerife, March 15-16, 2018

Hi guys, another big conference is near, the session spoilers begin to come out, this time (it’s the second edition) the conference is focused on “NAV 2018R2, CLOUD AND TENERIFE” ! Directions ASIA: Focus on NAV 2018R2, Cloud and Tenerife, March 15-16, 2018 “Dynamics SMB Focused Partner Community for NAV 2018 R2, Dynamics 365 ‘Tenerife’, … Read more

“How -to” restrict multiple logins for same user in NAV

Force logins limitations for some users can boost\improve system (few active Sessions..) as standard users can login in NAV multiple times, ex of real Scenario: CEO can have multiple logins, operational people NO !!  NAV 2013 and Later From NAV 2013 Microsoft created a table named: Active Sessions – Table ID 2000000110 This table contains information … Read more

“ALL ABOUT” Kill (In)active Sessions when “no more licenses”

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 … Read more

How To setup “Keep Alive Interval” setting NAV2016-NAV2017

Many posts in forums about this topic; some people report that Idle Client Timeout configured in NAV Administration is not working. Example of scenario: “Users logs in to the Navision by windows client installed on their PC but after setting idle client timeout session for 3 minutes then also it does not log off after … Read more

NAV Services and Sessions: Counting, Killing, Timeout

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 … Read more

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