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Kill All Session

Hi! I need kill the all sesion when rebbot the server. I have reboot the server and the session not kill. Thanks for the help.

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Honored Contributor II

Re: Kill All Session

Kill the QV.exe at the task manager.

Or restart the Qlikview Services at Local Services.

Hope this will help you.

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Kill All Session

If you reboot the server all processes and sessions will be killed - no need for a special killing or preparing in beforehand.

- Marcus

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Re: Kill All Session

system reboot will take care all cleaning session, services etc... Nothing special required

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MVP

Re: Kill All Session

Could you please explain what you mean by SESSION? Is it really Services or is it user session with the browser or something else. Explain how you can determine that the "sessions" didn't "kill" please....

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Re: Kill All Session

Hi! Thanks for the answers, but I'll explain better. When I go to:

System >> Licences >> QlikView Server >>Client Access Licenses (CALs) >> Assigned CALs

I see all users who are active

I need to kill all these users once a day.

How does this work?

Thanks!

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Re: Kill All Session

Hi,

The path which you are given was not contain Session. It contain Named Cal which you are assigning to you user.

If you want to delete it, then delete .pgo file.

It will automatically removed.

Regards

Great dreamer's dreams never fulfilled, they are always transcended.
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Re: Kill All Session

Hi!

Perform the following steps:

1. Under all QlikView services:

"Qlikview Directory Service Connector"

"QlikView Distribution Service"

"Qlikview Management Service"

"Qlikview Server"

"Qlikview Webserver"

2. Eliminated all *.pgo in "C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer\"

3. Restart Server

NO I get expected result. Named Cal still active.

What am I doing wrong?

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Re: Kill All Session

Hi,

Dont do the above steps.

Try.

Go to Folder where your all dashboard on live or you can say dashboard which user can access in Access Point.

There you find 4 .pgo file.Take backup of it and then remove it.

Regards

Great dreamer's dreams never fulfilled, they are always transcended.