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By Litus ·
On a Windows 2000 domain, is there some way to limit the number of simultaneous logons? I want that an user/password account can't log on a domain's client more than 1 time simultaneously. Now some users log on 2 or 3 PC at the same time (with the same account/password). I want to limit this behavior.
Thanks a lot

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by Securitytech In reply to One simultaneous logon

You can setup the account so that it can be logged in to only one computer. This would effectively restrict the user to one logon at a time.

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by Litus In reply to One simultaneous logon

The user change his client computer every time that logon. I need that only one simultaneous logon is accepted. Where on the account can I setup this?

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by DKlippert In reply to One simultaneous logon
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by Litus In reply to One simultaneous logon

I read the document and there are some problems with It:
The number of users on domain is more than 500, all have a directory E:\Profiles\%username% created automatically the first time, with a roaming profile in this directory.

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by Mike Mullins In reply to One simultaneous logon

From the windows 2000 resource kit, there is a utility named cconect.exe . If you install this on each computer. You can control concurrent user logons. This tool works with both WIN NT & 2000. It's featured at http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q237282

Good Luck,
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by Litus In reply to One simultaneous logon

I have Cconect.es yet, but It seems I need SQL Server... It's that correct? Where can I find SQL Server? I need install It on clients and server or only on Server?
If this works, the points will be for you, but I doesn't finished...

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by ramoncarter In reply to One simultaneous logon

Why not restrict the user(s) by using User Manager? In User Manager you can restrict the computers a user can login to.

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by Litus In reply to One simultaneous logon

I want that an user can login to ALL clients, but symultaneously only to ONE client. (It must to logoff on client A before to login on client B)

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by Litus In reply to One simultaneous logon

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