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Stoping Multiple Logins in w2k domain

By platformrogue ·
I admin a school network and the administration wants to stop students from sharing accounts by preventing multiple simultaneous logins.

The network is a Windows 2000 Advanced Server with active directory.
The client computers are a mix of
XP Pro (The majority)
w2k pro
Win 98. (The win 98 computers are being phased out and can be ignored when answering this question)

Does anyone have any ideas on how to:
1. Prevent the multiple logins via group policy or additional software approach
2. Any techniques which can aid me in finding and reporting these violations of use policy without resorting to #1.

Thanks,
Tom Augstein

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by Pocono In reply to Stoping Multiple Logins i ...

Try this: http://www.engagent.com/products/productsinfo.asp?product=UserLock

or cconnect

Good luck

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by platformrogue In reply to

Thanks, if the other two solutions below don't work for me, I will definatly give this a try.

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by Parbo In reply to Stoping Multiple Logins i ...

http://www.giac.org/practical/GSEC/Gene_Burton_GSEC.pdf

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by platformrogue In reply to

Thanks, this paper is just what I needed and I'll be experimenting with it this week.

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by info-man- In reply to Stoping Multiple Logins i ...

Fear no more, my friend. Now you can do both (Prevent and/or report).

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;237282&Product=win2000

cheers!

info-man

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by platformrogue In reply to

Thanks, this is just what I needed and I'll be experimenting it this week.

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