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    Login Policies: Max SessionsAnswered
    Topic posted July 31, 2019 by AdamSilver Medal: 2,000+ Points, tagged Configuration 
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    Title:
    Login Policies: Max Sessions
    Summary:
    What is the significance of Max Sessions in Login Policies
    Content:

    What is the significance of Max Sessions in the Login Policies. I understood it like, we cannot have more than 255 users login at a time. Now this is true and correct then will this also include the Mobility application as well. I mean these 255 sessions will be Core Manage Sessions + Mobility Sessions or Mobility Sessions are unlimited. The reason for asking this questions is that, we have more than 1000 technicians and around 150 Dispatchers which they all be doing login at the same time. Will this be a bottleneck?

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    Zsolt Tolgyesi

    Hi Adam,

    IMO this is a misunderstanding, the max sessions is related a single account and not the summarized accounts.
    Let's say an example: I limit max session to one to deny technicians to login concurrently on two devices. Other case can be: I limit max session to two, if a technician will log into Mobility with they account, but in the same time he will use an external tool, which is communicating through his account also with OFSC behalf of the technician.
    So I believe the most of the cases the one is the right settings here.

    Regards,
    Zsolt

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    • Zsolt Tolgyesi

      Hi Adam,

      IMO this is a misunderstanding, the max sessions is related a single account and not the summarized accounts.
      Let's say an example: I limit max session to one to deny technicians to login concurrently on two devices. Other case can be: I limit max session to two, if a technician will log into Mobility with they account, but in the same time he will use an external tool, which is communicating through his account also with OFSC behalf of the technician.
      So I believe the most of the cases the one is the right settings here.

      Regards,
      Zsolt