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Wed, Apr 16, 2014 9:18 PM

Hi Please, there is a possibility to avoid concurrent login using a WLAN with captive portal and authenticating with Active Directory?

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7 years ago

Can you describe your setup a little more? Do you have 2 SSID's with each providing a different authentication mechanism?

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7 years ago

Very thanks for the feedback Keith !

The setting is 01 SSID with just using the captive portal authentication with web ZD doing query to validate the user in an active directory database. The difilculdade being to avoid the same user login simultaneously. There is something in ZD that we prevent this?

I know that there is use of DPSK, but would like to avoid concurrent login setting in web authentication with AD, ok?

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7 years ago

I thought there was a setting in AD itself that either allowed or disallowed multiple logins (but what about >1 device per user which is increasingly common?)

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7 years ago

but Keith implement a lock so that the user has access to only 02 devices is possible using captive portal with AD? but this is exactly disallowed multiple logins.

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7 years ago

Hi Alex,

Sorry for the delay, this is well outside my expertise. But I did some snooping and it appears that AD or IAS aren't natively stateful and so can't "know" whether a user has 2 logins or not. But there are some add-on products that might help:

AD plugin - http://www.isdecisions.com/blog/it-se...
Alternative RADIUS server - http://www.kaplansoft.com/tekradius/

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7 years ago

Thank you very much Keith for the return and attention, we will try in this direction, once again thank you.