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Getting the number of open sessions to a WCF Net.Tcp service

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF

I am trying to find out the number of open sessions to a service. In the case of a client proxy being used but not closed. In .NET 4.0 I was able to find out the performance counter to do it, it is Max Concurrent Session

But in .NET 3.5 this counter does not exist. We can not move to 4.0 yet, and I was sure there should be a way to do (maybe via another counter) for version 3.5

For a service that is using net.tcp, what can I use to find out the number of open sessions, or the number of refused sessions?

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