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    Vaya is offline Starter Member
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    Default Locking down user access to certain local IPs

    Is this possible via the admin console? I'm not seeing any options for it.

    Basically we need all of our accounts to only be able to access their specific account from two subnets (Class C subnets) one being the user's local network and the other being our subnet for admin purposes. This is to stop them being able to log into each other's accounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaya View Post
    This is to stop them being able to log into each other's accounts.
    How would they be able to do that if their login details are 'secret'?
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    if they are like my users... passwords are often found on post-it notes attached to their monitors!! Doh!

    Can't tell you how many times I've had to talk to people about this... but it just keeps happening! "I have too many passwords to remember and you make me change them too often!".

    It would be nice though to be able to lock user account access down to a specific IP address so that some users could use Web Access from home (like Execs) but others could only access from the office (like regular staff)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    How would they be able to do that if their login details are 'secret'?
    Multiple users using the same email account (but only from one LAN)

    These are site emails that will be used by multiple employees. We don't want these employees travelling to other sites however and logging into whichever email they please as this lead to security issues and ...complications.

    Does that make sense?

    For example A@domain.com should only be accessible from 192.168.12.X and B@domain.com from 172.30.221.X

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