AdminArron Caruth (Director of Product Development, Alt-N Technologies)

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    Hello,

    It is not currently possible to have multiple users logged into the same WorldClient account at the same time. I’ll add this to our list of features to consider for future versions.

    There are a couple of alternatives that may help you. First you could use IMAP to access the account. When using IMAP multiple people can be logged into the same account at the same time. Another option would be to configure messages sent to IT@example.com to be delivered to a public folder which can be accessed by multiple users. If you’d like help setting this up please contact our support department. All of our support options can be found at http://www.altn.com/support/.

    Thanks again for submitting your idea.

    Arron

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    Hello,

    I’m not sure if this will help you or not but you can configure WebAdmin to only allow global administrators to login from LAN IP addresses. To do this create a Group with all Global Administrators as members. Then create a template to apply to the group with the options for Enable web-administration access and “..but only from LAN IPs” enabled. With this template applied to all accounts that have Global Administration access they will only be able to login to WebAdmin when connecting from a LAN IP.

    Thank you for sharing your idea to use a different port for administrator logins. It will be considered for future versions of WebAdmin.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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