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Need to stop the concurrent user session

Hi friends,

Here I am using novell access manager 3.2 sp3 in suse Linux
Requirement: - Need to stop /block the concurrent user session.
Description: - For example if a user logged into a SSO integrated
application through the GOOGLE CHROME web browser ,in this case if the
same user is trying to access the same SSO integrated application from
the different system or different browser in that case I need to stop
the second session .How to achieve this . Please suggest me.

Thank you so much in advance ,

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Re: Need to stop the concurrent user session


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