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kaven

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How can I prevent users to login twice from different machines?
I have set User authetication in Kerio, show only user have account can access internet.The problem that i have now is, user share thier account to other collegue, show will occupy Kerio License. I found no way to block this.

The Users should only be allowed to login once on the firewall. Once he or she login into different machine, the previous machine will logout automatically. Is it have anyway to set this?
Thank you
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PeterM

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Hi,
i've got the same problem
Can you fix it in a furure release`?
Mfg Peter
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ahmed_alhamdany2

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hi
I have the same problem , Any one take us the solution ? please
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winkelman

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What I do is explicitly block certain PC's from using the Internet. You can do this based on IP address or the PC's hostname if it is on DHCP with KWF as the DHCP server. This way, people can share their accounts as much as they like, if someone is not allowed to use the Internet he cannot (from his/her machine).

Of course, my own login account overrules all blocks, so I can perform updates from the Internet, etc. Also certain servers are not affected by this block, such as the antivirus update servers.
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