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Every time i log out off of my surface pro 6 and log back in(still connected to network), i get the following message. It has something to do with hibernation and sleep settings i think but i have played around with it and still i get the same error even if hibernation is OFF.
Check you configuration utility and make sure you are connected to correct AOS and AOS service is up .
What other steps do you do before you get this error? Or do you see this directly after Windows login?
I just see this message when i log back in after 20-40 minutes. I then have to close dynamics and open it again, i tried re-installing it but the issue is still same
I was not able to find the AOS service anywhere
Seems your network connection is interrupted when you do that. It has nothing to do with Dynamics, though. Dynamics just can't handle an offline situation.
You wrote that you log out from your surface. So to me it seems natural that the network connection is cut off after that. You should close the AX client before logging off. Then you would not see this error message.
Also, to my understanding you will lose network connection in sleep, not only in hibernation. Maybe this info helps?
does it have to do anything with hibernation settings maybe?
You should not hibernate or sleep if you don't want to go offline.
Where is your AOS server located ? can you check services on your machine ? If its located on your surface then you cant do much and this is expected behavior when you loose connection. I don't think any hibernation setting is there which is going to help you .
what are the services i should be looking for?
Microsoft Dynamics Application Object Server. But I don't think you have it. The issue is just that you lose your network connection, so the client can't reach the AOS and you get this error.
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