Reckon Please fix : When a Hosted session is logged out/closed by Reckon but we can't log back in..

Viv AViv A Member Posts: 109
edited July 15 in Accounts Hosted
Logging back in to Reckon Hosted after a session has been ended by Hosted is very hit and miss - am constantly having to take orders manually instead of keeping customers on hold while I Log off Remote Sessions via the Control Panel.

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  • RavRav Administrator Posts: 10,763 Administrator
    edited May 2017
    Hi Vivien,

    Apologies for asking the basic but can you run me through how exactly you are logging out when you're finished using your file?
    The team recommends that everyone use File > Exit rather than just closing the browser tab or window.

    Or are you receiving errors etc during this process? Let me know

    Cheers
    Rav
  • Viv AViv A Member Posts: 109
    edited July 2019
    Hi Rav,

    This happens after Reckon has booted me out. Sometimes after a long time of inactivity. Sometimes while I'm in the middle of a transaction entry. It does the "Sorry we had to log you out due to inactivity" or something like that. Then when I try to log back in, it says that someone is already logged in with that username. I then have to go through the control panel to log out remote sessions.

    I know you recommend to log out when you're not using Hosted, however, I am using it off and on all day long.

    Thanks.
  • John GraetzJohn Graetz Member Posts: 1,652 ✭✭
    edited July 15
    Vivien.  I suspect that your original question was misunderstood.  Mine stays open throughout the whole day, even though I might have long periods of non active use, for similar reasons to you.  I guess that I am fortunate in that I do not have many sessions ended by being booted off by Reckon.  Unfortunately this does not solve your problem, so the point that you have made is still to be replied to by Reckon - why do you have so many problems logging back in, after Reckon has booted you off?
    John L G
  • Viv AViv A Member Posts: 109
    edited May 2017
    Thanks John,

    You're correct. I am regularly booted out every day - so it's interesting to hear that this is unusual for you. I had previously been told that this was "normal". I have to say that it's extremely inconvenient and extremely frustrating.  I have even been considering going back to a desktop version.

    I was previously advised to log out correctly each time - which I do if given the opportunity. However, it seems that if I am booted out by Reckon, it doesn't always disconnect my session.

    Viv
  • RavRav Administrator Posts: 10,763 Administrator
    edited May 2017
    Hi Vivien,

    I think it might be best we get our support team on this so we can take a look at your individual case but before that, can we check off a couple of related KB's as they may assist in addressing connection issues if they're contributing to your frequent session disconnections.

    Testing your modem for connection integrity to Reckon Accounts Hosted

    Hosted continually disconnects after 20 mins operation
  • Viv AViv A Member Posts: 109
    edited May 2017
    Thanks Rav,
    I'll have a look at the links on Monday.
    Have a good weekend !
  • Viv AViv A Member Posts: 109
    edited May 2017
    Rav,

    The instructions for the 20 minute ping test are only for Windows PC machines. I run a Mac.
  • Crown Connections AustraliaCrown Connections Australia Member Posts: 10
    edited July 2019
    Sorry to rehash and old topic.

    I also get logged out of sessions many times a day, and cant always log back in.

    It says that that user is still logged in, so I logged in as Admin and the session crashed so Now I am out of users to log in as (see attached)image.

    I tried file>exit, I tried rebooting laptop, I tried dumping the cache......

    Any help appreciated
  • Crown Connections AustraliaCrown Connections Australia Member Posts: 10
    edited July 2019
    Seems I can log back in after about an hour (and 3 re boots) which is very inconvenient for a business taking phone calls every 15 minutes or so 
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