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    Re: restricting users to only one logon

    Webman I have just tried your vbs download but I can still logon as the same user twice did I miss something

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    Re: restricting users to only one logon

    Make sure the network folder exists as specified in the .VBS files (currently set as \\panther\disk2\logon) and that users have write access to this to create the token.

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    Re: restricting users to only one logon

    Hi webman, I think I have done all that but i'm at home now so I will check in the morning.

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