Or - which is a kind of “dirty” solution - you program it in NAV:
You could create some piece of code - like checking in CU1 if a user tries to logon a second time, or whatsoever - which fires a SHELL command that executes a kind of “process killer”. In the “goode olde 2.something” times we used for this “TaskTerminator” from ZeaSoft (Freeware).
SecSetup.TESTFIELD(SecSetup.“Native Taskkiller Program”);
TaskToKill := STRSUBSTNO(’%1 - Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision’, COMPANYNAME);
SHELL(STRSUBSTNO(’"%1" %2’, SecSetup.“Native Taskkiller Program”, TaskToKill));
Of course, this killer has to be executed on the client you want to kick. So you have to put some process, e.g. periodical checking of a certain flag via OnTimer - is there OnTimer in 2.00? - and then force the client to “commit suicide”.
As mentioned, that’s not a nice solution … but a solution …
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