When using Unity's SA, clearly the system will allow no more than 5 simultaneous sessions to the SA. <br>Is there any way to actively monitor these active SA sessions and decide to kill the session (like killing a PID in unix)?<br><br>By the same token, is there a way to view how many active Unity SA sessions one presently has?<br><br><br>TIA<br><br>
Re: How to view the Active SA sessions and Kill Them
There's no snappy way to see how many active sessions are flying at the moment for SA/AA and the status monitor. One of the SA guys have a little prototype of such a tool that may find its way into a 3.0 patch release... it would be handy to have.
That said, here's a post on a rather "manual" way to see, more or less, active IIS connections to the Unity box:
Unfortunately there's no way to tell is it's a session being actively used at the moment or one that someong bailed out of without hitting the "log off" button at the bottom of the SA and it's just timing out our what. Not ideal but it can be helpful tracking down folks that need to know about that logoff button if you've burned through all the SA sessions.
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