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Limit of sessions

You must have a setting to prevent that when an AD user logs in and then another user wants to log in with the same account they should no longer allow it or perhaps show you a message that there is already an established session.

Have in mind that this account manages several servers.

  • Guest
  • Jul 25 2019
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  • Guest commented
    26 Jul, 2019 04:52pm

    Brian, you can detail me more than you're mentioning.

  • Guest commented
    26 Jul, 2019 04:51pm

    Brian, puedes detallarme mas de lo que estas mencionando.

  • Guest commented
    26 Jul, 2019 04:50pm

    It is correct the configuration is available only for accounts, in this case we want it to be per server.

    Perform the tests limiting access by user accounts and what is appreciated is that it limits the user to the number of servers that can access, ie if the user has permission to 5 servers and you limit it to 3 can only access to 3 and not the other 2.

    That is why I request that you can create the option to limit per server, so when 2 people manage the same account to access a server are not closing one with the other.

  • Admin
    Brian Chappell commented
    26 Jul, 2019 11:11am

    The solution allows you to set the access multiplicity, i.e., how many simultaneous access requests can exist on each managed account. Setting this to 1 would only allow a single request at a time (although you can request access ahead of actual access time assuming the other user's request expires before your requirement).