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Pytong

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Hello.

Users in my LAN received IP from the DHCP. Most of policy in the traffic is set by authorization through by name/user. So users get the access to resources, when they`re logIn by WebServ (//:4080).
The problem is ...
For example.
Someone is logged, but i see that in the same time someone else uses the same login. Probably someone gave a password to another person. The result is that a few computers have the same rights

Question is ...

If there`re any options in KWF owing to using the same login by another computer at the same time will be impossible

KWF 6.2.3
Best regards
Pytong PL

[Updated on: Fri, 09 March 2007 19:59]


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winkelman

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If I see such a thing happening here, I always block the users account and mail them to come by to explain how someone else knew their password and that if they do it again it will take a long time before they get another password.

That helps to make people not share their access...
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VesA

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My advice: do not allow to login twice. Razz
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Pytong

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Thanks for reply

winkelman wrote on Fri, 09 March 2007 15:38

If I see such a thing happening here, I always block the users account and mail them to come by to explain how someone else knew their password and that if they do it again it will take a long time before they get another password.
Cool

Well .. there`s no option who will be regulating this ?

[Updated on: Fri, 09 March 2007 17:30]


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