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Hello, is there any wahy to create users or manage groups by mac address since many of the clients are able to change the ip thus bypisingthe rules.

I thougth that by reverving addresses it would prevent client changing the ipbut it doesnt. Also i have importeduser from active directory but someuser are able to log into thaier computers with local admin passwords.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

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I just received an email from support, they say this in not supported.

Does anyone have an idea how to apply http rules without the the user needing to sing in. By IP or something esle.



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On KWF 6 you can make an automatic login by IP address on the Users definition. That is under Users and Groups / Users.

By the way, if the DHCP server is correctly configured, the IP addresses shouldn't change at least if the computer is turned on every few days. Otherwise you can make a reserved IP address on the DHCP server via MAC address.


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