Internet Administrator for Network

User login

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Internet Administrator has three types of user login at workstations. All access rules or limits are applied to the user object or the group of objects. Workstation is only the source of activity of the user, who is logged on it at the given moment.

By default the Static computer mode of the user login is set. In this mode the Internet Administrator detects workstations and users and bind them one-to-one. It is possible to say that in this mode the user - is a computer.

In the login mode by logon into MS Active Directory after logon into the domain the logged user is binded with the workstation, at which the logon was. The entire activity of this workstation now will be registered to this user.

The login mode by user name and password is similar to the previous one. Here the user has to enter name and password which must be assigned earlier.