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Sharkky

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I know some possibilities to login/logout in WinRoute, but they don't work as I need.
These possibilities and reasons I can't use them are following:

1. User can login/logout through web-interface. But that don't work for Active Directory users.
After entering login information at web page it simply responses that "password or username are incorrect"
2. User can login through WinRoute proxy. But I don't know how to logout in this case.
3. User can login through NTLM using Internet Explorer. But I still don't know how to logout.

So the question is "How to loguout from WinRoute?"
Making less time interval of allowed user inactivity is not an appropriate enough decision,

I will appreciate any help!
Ilya.
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The1st

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Everything works fine:
1: On logon page username mast be entered as "username" , not as full domain username "domain\username".
2 and 3 : goto Web Interface to the logout page and logout from FW.
All these actions are discribed in the U. manual.

/Vladislav
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Sharkky

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Thank You for your reply!

Did I understand properly that there is no way to logout from WinRoute execpt https://mywinroutehost:4081/fw/logout?

Ilya.
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The1st

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It seems so. Another way is rule "Automatically logout users when they ar inactive .... " and set timeout 1-2 min.

[Updated on: Sun, 17 April 2005 12:09]


/Vladislav
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