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We have a Kerio Control 7.3.2 installation and we seem to have a problem when multiple users log on to the same Windows 7 PC (using the Switch User functionality). If UserA logs on and starts a browser session, then UserB logs on (via Switch User), all the Web traffic is still logged as coming from UserA. This is a problem if UserA had different access via the Proxy to UserB and also means we cannot assert that UserA visited a certain site as it may have been visited by UserB. Can you advise what we cna do to solve this problem?

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This is the same case for Terminal Server users. Unfortunately currently there is no way to go around this.


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There is an option on Kerio - USERS - Autentication Options.
You can mark the second check box wich says that for every browser there is going to request a new authentication.

I think that solves the problem, dont it ?
At least it solved mine ...
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