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So how can I implement those kind of restrictions? In a group they have 3 accounts but they will know the password. This is for internal app. How can I limit access from one side to other side? Also restrict access but not based on IPs? Any help is welcome.
They can delete cookies anyway... Basically a set of 3 computers represent a group in the system. Also some users won't have access to a specific computer based on its username and what the machine is.
I was trying not to be very specific... The thing is I need a way to get pc name as a unique identifier instead of using the private or public ip. For example if pc was logged in with account 1, account 2 couldn't log in there. How can you handle things like that?
Started a new Conversation What Is The Best Approach To Get Pc Name Or Unique Identifier?
Right now I'm working in an app that's using ip to limit some actions. But we use private ip. So when the user take public ip become a mess... What could be the best approach to identify pc as unique identifiers? Any idea?