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Hello,

I'm running KWF6 on a dedicated Windows 2000 computer. From there I have several computers connected through a 1Gb network switch. Some workstations are used by more then one users. I don’t want the whole workstation to be logged but automatically, every single user when he/she log in there windows(XP) account.

This seems to be working. When a user logs into his Windows account, he is automatically logged in KWF too and statistics will count on his name. But now, after the first user, an other user logs in on the same workstation, the KWF will keep the previous user logged. KWF doesn’t see that an other user has logged on the workstation.

Does anyone have an idea what goes wrong here?

Thanks in advance,
Robbert
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Yoy can specify a timeout for automatic logoff. If this time is short it could work (User and Groups / Users / Authentication options / Automatic logout). It would be beter if the login was directly connected to the user in stead of the ip address.

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