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NDS and NetWare gave network administrators the ability to easily enforce certain restrictions on their network especially the ability for a person to open simultaneous sessions with the same login.
As with most things in Netware Directory Services, restricting concurrent connections could be performed from the administrative workstation using the NetWare Administrator utility.
When migrating to Windows Server and Active Directory, former Netware network administrators are therefore surprised to discover that Windows offers no native feature to prevent or limit simultaneous logins to their new network.
That is where UserLock comes in handy, with concurrent logins limitation features even more powerful than Netware’s native features. UserLock allows you to limit or prevent simultaneous logins to a Microsoft Windows network, per user, user group or per session type (workstation, terminal, interactive or VPN/RAS).
Limitations can be set in a granular way and can vary from one user to another or from one group to another.
With UserLock you will be able to define and enforce:
You will also be able to:
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