how to restrict web site one time login(1101) at same time nobody used this id (1101)
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I want to log out the user when he (or someone else) logs in from a diferent computer using the same user name.
Basicaly i want to prevent multiple individuals from staying loged in under a single user name by signing out the previous users. Any ideeas about how i can acomplish that ?
We are coding an intranet site using .net DirectoryServices and AccountManagement to create a computer account in Active Directory with access rules allowing a specific user to add the computer to the domain. Has anyone had any success using the AccessRuleFactory method to set access rules? I'm stumped with a few aspects. So far, this is what we have...
Using AccountManagement, we can easily add the computer:
Dim dsamComputer As New ComputerPrincipal(dsamDomainContext)
dsamComputer.Name = UCase(txtComputerName.Text)
dsamComputer.SamAccountName = UCase(txtComputerName.Text) + "$"
txtDesc.Text = Trim(txtDesc.Text)
If txtDesc.Text.Length > 0 Then dsamComputer.Description = txtDesc.Text
dsamComputer.Enabled = True
Next we get the DirectoryEntry and ObjectSecurity for the computer. Also dim the ACE object:
Dim deComputerDirectoryEntry As DirectoryEntry = dsamComputer.GetUnderlyingObject
Dim adsComputerObjectSecurity As ActiveDirectorySecurity = deComputerDirectoryEntry.ObjectSecurity
Dim adarAccessControlEntry As ActiveDirectoryAccessRule
I Have To show A Asp.net 4 website to some people who do not have VS2010 installed in thier computers and are using Windows XP Home Edition which dows not let download the IIS , Is there any method in which i can run my files on these computers . Will downloading Asp.net 4 Runtime help if localhost is not present ????????????????
i acess vss from lan with no problems and now i want acess from a remote computer not in a Lan
I need access over the Internet
What are settings i need to set up in the server and my client machine
I am hosting my ASP.NET application on a Windows 2003 Server.
To browse to my application one has to type the path :http://serverName/applicationName
I want users to only type applicationName on the web adress area.I believe there is something to do with alias and CNAME on DNS records that can adress this.
Any help on how to go about doing this will be highly appreciated.
I'm trying to run asp.net locally, but getting the error
localhost is not set up to establish a connection on port 51624 with this computer
How can I fix it?
Is there a way to trigger a piece of code to execute at a certain time once a week?
I basically want my website to send out a reminder email every sunday. I have a function called SendReminder() and I would like to know if it is posible for it to run by itself because at the minute I have to press a button to run it.
<title>Web page that runs EXE files</title>
<h1>Web page that runs EXE files</h1>
<p>Click <a href="file:///C:/windows/notepad.exe" class="navbar">here</a>
to run notepad.exe (Windows XP, ME, 98, 95)</p>
<p>Click <a href="file:///C:/winnt/notepad.exe" class="navbar">here</a>
to run notepad.exe (Windows 2000, NT)</p>
i have 4 pages of website
2 pages are authorized to used by USER and 2 pages are restricted for user
admin can authorized to go all 4 pages
i need coding for Login window from which Admin/User Login
Hello,I'm fairly new to ASP.NET and i'm using the Membership Provider. I have the need to do similar to some banking sites. Baically I need to track "authorized" computers/ip's for a user. If the user accesses the site form a recognized Computer/IP then the user is allowed into the app after successful login. If the computer/IP is not recognized I need to redirect them to a screen to answer the security question setup in fhte Membership Provider.Has anyone done anything like this or can anyone point me to any examples? I did a search, but can't seem to find anything.
My idea is to maintain a list of authorized computers/IP addresses and check them on initial login. If the IP address isn't found I can redirect them to the questions. My concern is that they are then actually authenticated and could enter any of the site URL's as an authenticated user.
Any suggestions greatly appreciated.