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PeterM

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Hello,
how can I prevent users to login twice from different machines? The Users should only be allowed to login once on the firewall ... I hope someone can answer my question.
Best Wishes
Peter
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PeterM

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Hello

No one knows how to do this ????

Peter
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Mazrim

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Hmm no but u could do it the ugly way.


Reserv IP's for each users MAC adress. Add users and make them get logged in automatically depending on their IP adress.

Then you will be able to keep statistics on each computer. If that is what u wanted.
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SuperXX

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Hi,

I'm using KWF 5.5

I have standard rules (created using wizard) to access to internet (Cable).
I can access internet and websites, excluding HTTPS websites (like
banking sites or online services).

I check and HTTPS service is presente in outgoing rule.

Any suggestions?

Thanks for your attention,

AF



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Angelo Faria

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Hi again,

I found out that turning on Cobion option, I'm able to enter HTTPS websites.

So, why can we visit regular http sites but not https services pages,
when Cobion option is disabled?

Thanks

AF

SuperXX wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm using KWF 5.5
>
> I have standard rules (created using wizard) to access to internet
> (Cable).
> I can access internet and websites, excluding HTTPS websites (like
> banking sites or online services).
>
> I check and HTTPS service is presente in outgoing rule.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks for your attention,
>
> AF
>
>
>
>
>



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