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Hi

I am a fairly new user of kerio winroute firewall and have made a test setup to determine if it will fit out needs before we go ahead and purchase it.

I have everything set up and running fine but there is one key question that i need answered.

In my country new anti terrorist laws dictate that we do our own logging if we multiple users behind a firewall and thus sharing a single IP .

So this is part of the reason we are looking at kerio because we want to use it for the logging part.

I am in a company with 145 people of which the majority is maintenance and repair workers, these people have shop managers and the managers have a boss.

The problem is that we need to log these users traffic but on the other hand the log's are considered kinda confidential so the basic idea is to have one person with rights to access the log and no one else. This person will then access the log if police with a warrant says to or if another one of the predetermined scenarios will occur but only and allways with orders from the top boss.

BUT...It would be nice to be able to have more than one person with the rights to add or delete users.

Basically i need to know if it is possible to have

1 administrator with full rights
1 administrator with full rights except for the logs.

Hope kerio will do this as it is a key buy/no buy for us.

Thanks in advance.

Henrik Madsen

[Updated on: Sun, 23 August 2009 10:21]

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