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Hello,
i have just tried kerio winroute firewall. I have imported the users from an Active Directory, in fact Kerio is configured to mapp the Active Directory.

I have a few questions about...

First, I am curious to know if is it possible to execute kerio commands from command line. And if this is possible is there any manual for this???
Second, how can i manage to close a connection automaticilly ?? This is not the case when the user has exceeded the quotas or the user has been idle for a certain period of time.I mean if a drop a user from the active directory in a moment that the user is connected to Internet the user stays connected. But if he logs out the other time that he tries to connect through kerio firewall, he finds it impossible(because he is not a user of the domain anymore and so he isnt a user of the firewall also)
The problem is, how can it be possible to disconnet the user at the very moment that he is dropped from the Active Directory???

Is there anybody that can help me??

[Updated on: Thu, 16 November 2006 15:40]

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Can anybody help????....please
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