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nhoague

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Is is possible to manually logout a user?

Say, you have a user who you do not want accessing internet. Would it be possible to change their password, and then log them out of Control so they can not log back in again?

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Goran

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Yes

Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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MI

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So, just to get some clarification on this, does the "Active Hosts" - "right click" and "logout user" not function correctly (or at all)?

We have a work station that is plugged into the network, but is not actually logged in. When I 'logout user', the debug log shows them being logged out, and then logging right back in via proxy, but it can't, because the work station is not even logged in, it's sitting at the ctrl/alt/del screen.

[07/Mar/2011 13:09:23] {user_db} UserCache: user 'ouruser' removed from cache
[07/Mar/2011 13:09:24] {user_db} UserCache: user 'ouruser' fetched from ''
[07/Mar/2011 13:09:24] {auth} User ouruser authenticated from 192.168.0.16 using Proxy
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