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Destroying Ghost Logins in Great Plains 6.x

Destroying Ghost Logins in Great Plains 6.x

Destroying Ghost Logins in Great Plains 6.x

Company was using Great Plains 6.x.  There are 10 users allowed, only one user set up, but they are logged in to a compnay and inactive.  There has to be a way to kill the login session, but I do not know what it is, all of the searching in the world led me here (thank god).  Being that it is an old version I believe that explains the lack of help I can find.  

We are migrating to a new system, but I need to make this system accesible to the finance people.  ANy assistance is appreciated.

RE: Destroying Ghost Logins in Great Plains 6.x

There is a screen for maintaining user sessions.

Setup > System > User Activity

From this screen, you can delete the inactive logins.

RE: Destroying Ghost Logins in Great Plains 6.x

You can also do this in Query Analyzer on the Dynamics database Delete activity where userid = 'username'

Barb E.

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