We have a production setup where we have a few generic logins for our operation for the 24/7 always available machines. However sometimes this users are being used on other machines where our ops should login with their own credentials. Is there a way to logout or disconnect a user as soon as it logon from an unapproved machine?
Eventuly these users will be moved to using a domain account and tied down that way (nobody is going to enter a long and complex password over their own credentials for easy access)
It is possible to do this through an automation script (see example code).
Note: This example is making use of SLNet calls and we can't make any commitment that these calls will still work in later versions of DataMiner.
To trigger the automation script you can use a correlation rule that triggers on the login of users or you can run it on regular time intervals through the Scheduler app. You can find an example of a correlation rule below.
As a side note when performing the disconnect it is possible that the other user will get in a loop if his client wants to connect automatically again. There is a task for this to get back to a login screen instead of the client automatically logging in again.
Hope this helps you further.