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Nikxx

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Hi,

Is there any way to configure kerio to only allow X ammount of minuts for an specific user to access the internet ?

For example: I acces the internet on a computer, the browser ask for my user and password, after login, i can user free internet for 10 minuts. After that, all is blocked again and i can only access more 10 minuts tomorrow.

Thanks !

[Updated on: Tue, 27 August 2013 15:49]

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silars

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That's come up before, but that is something that means a lot of different things to different people.

So, does the 10 mins start from the login or the first usage of data? What if they walk away to the bathroom or get caught in a conversation - do they get any time back? If they do, how do you account for that time?

It does sound like you have a pretty narrow set of guidelines, but others have not.

I believe you will need to submit a feature request in any case. There may already be a request that you can vote on.
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Nikxx

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Well, i belive that once they started surfing (since it is a small ammount of time, ony 10 minuts) it will go on until it ends.

But some nice workarround for that problem is the one Triton Webfilter uses: You get 30 minuts (for exemple), but on small packs of 5. So, if you start surfing, you request 5 minuts, after that, you request more 5, and so on, until it runs out.

How about that ?
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