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Hi friends

i am new to Kerio control, this awesome UTM.

i tried to define the ability to login via NTLM (without setting proxy in client's browsers), but it doesn't work!

but when i set proxy in their browsers. they can login & everything works, but a problem is until logoff, their session is consumed for previous user (as if the previous user has been login until now rather than this real user)

to solve this problem , i have decreased the auto=logoff time and this works but i know that this is not the correct workaround.

please help for above two problems

thanks in advanced






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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Users are logged out after 15 minutes of inactivity automatically.
Or they have to logout explicitly by going to https://your_firewall:4081

As for NTLM, please follow this KB article - http://kb.kerio.com/735

[Updated on: Tue, 01 December 2015 15:32]


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hi
helped. thanks
but many users forgot to logout first & then logoff from their windows.
so what solution so that when a user clicks to logoff from windows, he be logged out from kerio as well?

any logoff script in group policy so that be executed in order to be logged out from kerio as well ?
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any logoff script in group policy so that be executed in order to be logged out from kerio as well ?

http://kb.kerio.com/917

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WoooooooooW, Great Sir. Shocked
i tested it, worked perfectly. really thanks.

but a small problem, now when the users click to sign out from their windows, this sign out process takes some time & i feel this may be related to this line in logoff.vbs script:
WScript.Sleep(30000)

why this has been written such a long period ( 30000 milliseconds ) here?

it means the script must wait for 30 seconds before finish.

so i need to know would there be a problem if we change the sleep value to 3000 (3 seconds) ?


thanks again

[Updated on: Sun, 06 December 2015 16:11]

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