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    Concurrent logons

    I know this has been talked about a lot before but I can't for the life of me find the threads.

    I want to look into stopping a kid logging on twice concurrently to the
    Windows 2003 network.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Concurrent logons

    A search for limitlogon should help you find what your looking for.
    Alternativley it can be done using vb scripts and a hidden share.

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    Re: Concurrent logons

    it was the vbscripts and hidden share method i was looking for.

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    Re: Concurrent logons

    Is there a version that we can use on RM CC3? We have problems with account sharing when kids get banned.

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    Which is the easier method?

    Ive heard of limitlogon for a long time, but never thought we needed it till recently where there has been a lot of kids letting others use their account while they're already logged on

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulBM View Post
    Is there a version that we can use on RM CC3? We have problems with account sharing when kids get banned.
    CConnect works fine on CC3 - although limitlogon is better, not sure of it's compatibility with CC3 as we're now vanilla - but in theory it should be OK, AYOR.

    http://www.windowsnetworking.com/kba...entLogons.html

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    Have used Flo Max Logons which is part of Flo User Manager - I found it a life saver in a vanilla envrionment.

    Flo Max Logons lets you specify by group and user how many concurrent logons they can have. So you can restrict pupils and not staf (although I have restricted some numpt staff too!) - reasonably priced too.

    www.flocs.com

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