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Manually destroying instances

Manually destroying instances

Manually destroying instances

Occasionally, our client application blows up on the user's desktop. This leaves an instance of an object within the MTS application running. In the MTS explorer when I display the components of my package, there is one instance of the object running, eventhough there is nobody using the application. This is a problem as the user can't get back into the MTS application. The only way I fix it is by shutting down the package. However, if there are other users on the system, shutting down means everyone has to logout of the application first -- not a good thing.

Is there any way that I can manually stop that instance without having to shut down?

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