Have you seen this message: “The maximum number of users are logged into the system”? Dynamics GP limits the number of logged-in users based on your license count; if your system has a five-user license, the sixth user will see that message. Trying to figure out who those users are can be frustrating and time-consuming, particularly with remote workers. All you want to know is who to kick out so you can do your job.
3 Simple Steps to Identify Who is Logged into Dynamics GP & How to Delete Their Session
- Navigate to Microsoft Dynamics GP → Tools → Utilities → System → User Activity
- On this window, you can see all users currently logged into Dynamics GP.
- To Delete a session, highlight the user and click Delete.
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