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A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.



 
 
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Old April 15th 10, 09:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Nuno[_2_]
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

Good evening,
the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different user
cannot longer log in.
How can i surpass this?

Thanks in advance.
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Old April 15th 10, 09:17 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Leonard Grey[_3_]
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

"A session..." of what?

"...is locked..." how?

"...a different user..." what type of user?

On what version of Windows XP, including the service pack?
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Nuno wrote:
Good evening,
the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different user
cannot longer log in.
How can i surpass this?

Thanks in advance.

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Old April 15th 10, 09:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
FromTheRafters[_3_]
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

Use the admin account.

"Nuno" wrote in message
...
Good evening,
the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different
user
cannot longer log in.
How can i surpass this?

Thanks in advance.



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Old April 15th 10, 09:48 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
FromTheRafters[_3_]
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms811994.aspx

"Nuno" wrote in message
...
Good evening,
the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different
user
cannot longer log in.
How can i surpass this?

Thanks in advance.



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Old April 16th 10, 02:44 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
VanguardLH[_2_]
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

Nuno wrote:

the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different user
cannot longer log in. How can i surpass this?


Reboot (hit the Reset button).
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Old April 17th 10, 12:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Anteaus
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Default A user don't have the permission to disconnect other user.

There is, unfortunately, no proper answer to this issue in the standard
regime. An admin can FORCE the user-session to close, but cannot open or
examine the session before doing so. Thus, the admin has no idea if they are
destroying data or corrupting open files by so doing. This is a big problem
when users go home for the weekend, having forgotten to shut down.

With the MyLogon applet, a common password is used for computer-locking, or
for use of laptops away from the LAN. Thus, a colleague with authority can
unlock the computer without losing data, but there is still the option to
keep unauthorized (non-department) persons out. I feel this is a better way
of working.

"Leythos" wrote:

In article ,
says...

Good evening,
the problem i present is that, after a session is locked, a different user
cannot longer log in.
How can i surpass this?

Thanks in advance.


Only admin level users can close another users session. You do not want
to allow users to run as Admin level accounts.

If your computer is a home computer, enable FAST USER SWITCHING so that
you don't actually have to close the other person's session.

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