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Ex-Spy

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How can I prevent users to login twice from different machines? The Users should only be allowed to login once on the firewall. Once he or she login into different machine, the previous machine will logout automatically. Is it have anyway to set this?
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KursadOlmez

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I think Kerio Control don't have an option like this.

But, if you are using Active Directory integration and if there is no problem while users able to logon windows from only one (Users own) computer than you can set user accounts to logon only their own machine (Active Directory/User properties/Account Tab/Log On To button).

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Yoshitoshi

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Users can move from one computer to another (when somebody is absent for example).
But it's really good idea to close all sessions except new one.

I think it's possible only with Kerio Control API (will it produced ever?)
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