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VSJadhav
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Helper II

Can we stop/restrict 2nd logged-in session of same login account when 1st is already logged-In

Hi Team,
 
I seen that one user account can be logged-In on two different browsers at same time.
Is it possible to stop or restrict 2nd logged-In when 1st one already logged-In?
Or can we able to show any message(or email to notify) as "Same account already logged-In" to that user at login time?
 
Thanks,
Vaibhav
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OliverRodrigues
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I don't think that would be possible, but must confess it's an unusual requirement.

Sessions should always run independently, so signing in with different browsers / at the same should be supported on usually any web application.

 

If you still need it, I would look into the following:

  • Setup Azure Insights to track user's activities
  • When a new login happens, you can perhaps query via API the activity of the user on Azure Insights
  • If there is recent activity, you can redirect them to the logout page / display a message

 

I don't know if the above is possible to achieve, that's just what I would look into, but again.. I would fight back on this requirement, doesn't seem like a web standard thing to be doing




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VaibhavSJadhav
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@OliverRodrigues Thanks for your valuable response.

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