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11-10-2011

Would be good if Discover could switch to an idle mode if not used for e.g. 15min to free the blocked license. I tend to keep Discover open almost the whole day and so block a license.

I'm ok to get queued again if all licenses are used and I did not use D2 for some time but had it open.

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Does it help that SiteCatalyst 15 allows admin users to "boot" people from Discover in order to free up a license? I guess my question is, what is the incremental value from what you're proposing over what was added to SiteCatalyst 15?

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11-10-2011

it's quite a different scenario.

It doesn't block a license if an user keeps Discover open but doesn't currently use it.

I, for example, have SC open almost all day in my browser tab one and Discover for a long time. It's just easier to keep it open than loading, logging in, etc. over 10 times a day.

If logs show that there are no long time idle users that block access for others, feel free to close as "not needed".