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vBCms Comments Thread, Announcing the EduGeek Logon Tracker in ; When is the revised version be released? I have half installed the Beta but stopped at the website bit as ...
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    When is the revised version be released? I have half installed the Beta but stopped at the website bit as there are no instructions as to what to do next.

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    How do I install the website part of this? The instructions only tell you how to change the GPO.

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    Does this work with terminal services?

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    Awesome, well done and importantly thank you!

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    I have a query regarding the security implications of this solution, if I may.

    I notice from Website\HOW TO INSTALL.txt that you have to customise the logon and logoff scripts to include an administrative username and password and the database credentials. Given that all authenticated users on the domain can read group policy scripts from Sysvol, it wouldn't be difficult for a student (or any user) to obtain administrative credentials by finding the relevant Group Policy Container, searching for all .vbs files and then reading the details from the file (which is stored as plain text).

    Given the clear implications here, could you advise of some methods to limit / remove the risk. I appreciate, it would take a user with some knowledge or luck to do this but it wouldn't be difficult and there are some nosey users out there.

    Don't mean to pooh pooh the product but I am concerned.

    Jonathan

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    Sorry for the delay in the update, I am chasing down the updated version from the original developers which hopefully will pass it on to me soon.

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    any news.......

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    incase it hasnt been mentioned the website section instructions are actually a copy of the script setup instructions.

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    i cant get this to work... can someone help me please.

    On login, i get an error on line 115 character 1. SQL server does not exist or access denied. I know its there as i have set the blooming thing up and can see the database.

    Also, i am getting an error in line 4 on the website side of this.

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    All seems to have gone quiet.
    Does anyone have any instructions for the website side of things? Please share if you do.

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    Hi new here just looking and its looking good there is a program called userlock which i was using befor my upgrade this does what i need it to do but is expensive the EduGeek Logon Tracker needs to have similar for me to move away if this can be done im sure a lot more people will be interested keep up the good work the EduGeek.

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    @ZeroHour What happened with Edugeek Logon Tracker?



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