Hmmm...well my first guess would have been that you had >1 QVPR so it kept getting corrupted. But that's not the case if you have all services running on 1 box. I'm not sure why the setting keeps getting reset--it may be a genuine bug in QMS, or it may be your antivirus or file protection or something.
I've run into "disappearing" setting myself. To fix this, at least temporarily until you can find out what's going on, going back to QMC >> System >> QlikView Servers >> Document and make sure "Allow Session Collaboration" is checked. Then, immediately browse to the folder C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer, right-click the file "Settings.ini" and select Properties. Set the "Read Only" checkbox and press OK. This will prevent any service from overwriting the QVS settings, so the collaboration setting should stick.
To be honest I can't remember - We were having a few teething problems at
the time. I've just checked now and the session collaboration box is still
ticked. I got distracted with another issue then when I went back to it ,
it had just corrected itself !
Sorry I can't be anymore helpful
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Re: Session Collaboration Availability on Server
created by gavinchia in Community Information - View the full discussion
Any luck on this? I have the same issue here. The "Session
Collaboration" checkbox gets unchecked by itself. This happens about 2
hours after I had checked it. Any idea?
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