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    multiple logon setting

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    Using SBS 2003 is there a setting which stops people logging on with their username/password on different pc's at the same time?

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    I will second a vote for Limit Logon, we use it here to great effect. Just runs a scrip at logon to record what machine and time and then runs another script at logoff to "take" them off the system, if they don't log off they come see us and we log them off via a AD plugin and tell them to log off

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