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hi guys
i wrote api for kerio control in C# to do some creating users and deleting them. but here is my problem after creating or deleting users everything changed by api reversing by kerio control and the reason for this situation is if connection lost between server and remote, system automatically reversing configuration but i think done api cycle correctly. please help me how can i disable this feature or something else.
thanks a lot

here is log file:

open session from api (login)
[25/Jul/2013 00:27:20] console - session opened for host User-Agent: TS Administrations, Corp./Kerio Panel/1.0.0.
delete user from api
[25/Jul/2013 00:30:17] console - User 'test' deleted
close session from api (logout)
[25/Jul/2013 00:32:18] console - session closed for host

open session from api (login)
[25/Jul/2013 00:37:17] console - session opened for host User-Agent: TS Administrations, Corp./Kerio Panel/1.0.0.

#do some stuff ( getuser , ...)

close session from api (logout)
[25/Jul/2013 00:37:18] console - session closed for host

after a couple minutes reverting setting! why?
[25/Jul/2013 00:40:18] Configuration changes reverted.
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