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vBCms Comments Thread, Announcing the EduGeek Logon Tracker in ; Originally Posted by DaveP Is there an estimated date of delivery? I will be sorting it tonight, I have the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Is there an estimated date of delivery?
    I will be sorting it tonight, I have the code right now.

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    +1 for the different numbe of connections for staff (not that I want to be nice the them but I might have to).

    Second question, if it runs using login/logoff scripts can I simply assign it to my student GPO so that it doesn't run for the staff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post

    Second question, if it runs using login/logoff scripts can I simply assign it to my student GPO so that it doesn't run for the staff?
    That is my understanding, that question was asked at the conference. Does help a bit with the 1 connection limit doesn't it.

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    As an alternative, you might want to check out a similar system I developed a while ago called LoginTracker. It's freely available under the GPL license on my website here: Craig Rodway

    No need for Microsoft technologies on the server-side either. Version 2 is in development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    Second question, if it runs using login/logoff scripts can I simply assign it to my student GPO so that it doesn't run for the staff?
    That is correct simply apply it to the required GPO (Full instructions are included in the download pack) and away you go.

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    Is the download pack available yet?

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    Yes, I've been looking to play around with this as well!!!

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    Q: Can it allow more than 1 concurrent logon, i.e. for staff?
    A: Not at the moment but it is very easy to change this so it can, if we get enough requests for this we can get this added.
    This would be a very useful function. Especially if the concurrent logon count could be differentiated between users and groups of users....?

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    Would like the option of multiple logons as a primary we have single logon for a whole class.

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    Download link is now on the article for you guys to get started. Instructions in the folders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Download link is now on the article for you guys to get started. Instructions in the folders.
    Cool, will have a play when I get a chance.

    I think it would be a good feature to have multiple logons for staff too.

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    BTW the HOW TO INSTALL.txt file in the Website folder of the pack gives instructions on how to install the GPO Scripts.

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    Isn't it a bit insecure to place domain admin credentials in a logon script which every user has access to?

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    Isn't it a bit insecure
    I was just looking and thought that.. whether it's domain or universal local admin credentials, commercial s/w or a free lunch, the answer is always: yes.

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    2 secs and I will teach you how to encode the vbs. Its pretty easy

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