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falbertopl

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I have another scenario, i have a kerio control but i assing a traffic quota and a time quota to a user, when the time is over the account expires and the user stay connected and surfin in kerio control, the users are in a active directory and i use my own application to disable a user when the time is over, but i need that kerio control close section od the user when i disable it from AD or a command to say to Kerio to close the user session.

Sorry, my english it is poor.

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KursadOlmez

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Hello,

As far as I know, Kerio Control cannot check the status of users on AD.

But I have an idea;

Maybe you can force the computer "log off" after your application disabled user account on AD. While logging off you can run "http://keriocontrol:4080/logout" via wget.exe or something like that. This way user is logged out from kerio control as well.

I'm using the logoff script with the command-line written below while users are logging off the computers and it works great.

\\servername\netlogon\wget.exe -q http://kerioservername:4080/logout

Regards,

[Updated on: Tue, 03 July 2012 19:41]

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