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Restrict logon to single access

By jcain ·
I know in Novell you can restrict a users login so that they can only access one computer at a time. Is there anywhere to do this in NT User Manager?

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by Parbo In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

Check in the usermanager for domains. you should be able to restrict the use to a specific pc.

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by jcain In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

Yes, I realize I can restict to one computer, but I would like to allow the user to access multiple computers if possible and have NT restrict use of the id to one person at a time.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

Yes,
in usermanager for domain.
2x on the user.
select the tab : logon to
and enter the computername the user may log on.

Leopold.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

What you are trying to accomplish is not build in in NT. I spoke once with someone about this and he told he could write a program or something that would be able to do that,but we never did that project since it didn't have a high priority in our organization.

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by jcain In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

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by gmscne In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

What you are referring to is concurrent logins. Yes, Novell has this feature but NT does not. You may be able to have a file open upon login by a user and have subsequent logins disallowed if his/her file is already open.

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by jcain In reply to Restrict logon to single ...

Thanks for the clarification and solution.

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