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Not sure if this is the correct forum section but I need to restrict access to my website by physical PC. When a user signs up I want to be able to restrict access to one machine for that account so it cannot be shared round, if, for example, somebody else in the same office wanted to access the system on their PC they would need a seperate sign in.
I have done some investigation and I "think" the only way is installing an ActiveX component (which isn't an issue that is restricts to IE only) and then read the users MAC address. Am I trying to over complicate things or is that the only way? I realise that MACS can be spoofed but this is not much of an issue.
I'm trying to exclude all the contents within one of the document libraries (called NoCrawlLibrary) from being crawled and showed up in a search result, but it doesn't seem to work correctly.
MOSS 2007 SP2 (Enterprise) on Server 2003 Enterprise SP2 (32-bit); and SQL Server 2005 Enterprise SP3.
WHAT I'VE DONE SO FAR:
I have set up two SSPs (say, SSP1 and SSP2); and a site collection and a search center for each. The Default Content Access Account has access to both SSPs. I have created a document library called "NoCrawlLibrary" in each site collection that
I intend to have my search engine exclude from displaying items found within the library.
On SSP1, the Crawl Rules are as follow:
- https://ssp1.moss:1001/ssp/admin/* Exclude
- https://ssp1.moss:1001/* Include
On SSP2, the Crawl Rules are very
I have 2 submit buttons on my page. Right now, the only way to run the code behind with razor is to to If(IsPost). Since I have 2 buttons, how would I destinguish between the two in post? Is there a way to request a button that sent a post request?
I am have requirement like displaying all the user information reporting to specific manager from Active Directory.
Please help me regarding this.
So therefore I would like to create a more streamlined version of my site that is better tailored to these devices. However how do detect that the user has come to the site via a mobile device and how can i redirect them to my tailored pageMany thanks in advance
Hello All Experts,
I have made one matrix report, in which i have taken one column group named as "Branch".It will display dynamically all the branches. Now in that column group i have added two sub columnas "PO", "SO". In column "PO" i have given link of anther report with the paramtere also.
Now there is a hyperlink in PO column which is display for all the branches, i want that the hyperlink should be there for only branch name "AHD", for other branches there should not be any hyperlink to go another report.
Is this possible? if yes then how can we do this?
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