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Limit number of concurrent user logins in Windows Server 2008 Active Directory

Is there the possibility to limit Active Directory users' max concurrent login sessions? I've read many articles and discussions about the solution, but none of them seem to be working. Many had ...
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Barracuda SSL VPN Managing Users

Not really sure if this is the right site to be posting on, but I have a question about my Barracuda SSL VPN. I know there is a built-in user database on the VPN. Is there some way (in my asp.net ...
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new user with authorized_keys: how to NOT ask for the old password when setting one?

when I create a user in the system with Chef, I always upload its public key to .ssh/authorized_keys. When user logs in for the first time, he is required to "change" his password. For that a stub ...
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Adding FreeBSD user upon first login

Is it possible, to achieve the proposed behavior on my FreeBSD 8.2 server: New user ssh's into my server. He supplies as 'Login:' his student index number and a new, locked account is created with ...
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LDAP loginShell on platforms with different paths

I'm using LDAP to deal with users and authentication across my network. I'm now adding FreeBSD hosts and have hit a problem with login shells. on Linux, shells tend to be in /bin/$shellname, so ...
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Ubuntu - Identifying a logged in user's bash session

I'm trying to delete a user logged into my ubuntu system. Let's call the user bob. I'm running sudo userdel -r bob The response I get is userdel: user bob is currently logged in So I run ps ...
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Tracking Users Logged on Hours

I'm looking for some software or a solution to track users login/logout time and present that information in a manager friendly format. Users are running Windows XP though ideally I'd be able to ...
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Is NFS + NIS a modern good practice for Linux networks to achieve common logins and home directories?

I'm setting up a smallish network of Centos servers (less than 10) and I'd like to have common logins on all of them as well as network mapped home directories. I used to work with Solaris quite a ...
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How do I create an interactive daemon login?

I run a service on a debian/linux machine which runs at boot with a 'screen' session I can always attach to. I would like to create a username which I can run this service as. At the moment I use a ...