Posted 07 September 2006 - 08:59 AM
I'm developing an InTRanet system for my company, which runs Win2k throughout. My login script works from active users on the server. These users must be entered into the database before they can logon and are only allowed one session at a time. So when they are at work it should be fine, yeah? But when they are at home and their computers are off. Is the information safe? Only 3 users will have access to delete records, and only one directory has execution rights, containing just two files.
Thanks in advance
Posted 07 September 2006 - 10:16 AM
If i right , i think you have dual solution , the first solution is unactive these accounts after X clock , i mean in the login script you can check server time , if the server time is 3 PM or high stop the log in , otherwise if the time is between 8 AM to 2 PM login without any problem .
the second solution you can do it if you have Unix server by Corn jobs .
Posted 08 September 2006 - 10:10 AM
Posted 08 September 2006 - 10:18 AM
if the users accounts are set in a good fashion then i see no problam.
but if the administrator is letting users make accounts with stupid usernames and passwords then you might get hacked by someone coming accross the company website that is linked to the InTRanet
in your case it all comes down to user accounts made via admin for securty purpose.
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