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what these sesions means in ISA ?

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is it possible to have more than user at the same IP ?
please take a look at the picture

http://smttx.jeeran.com/11.JPG

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It looks as though the Client at that IP has a AdWare/Malware problem with thier computer (most likely)

Run a Spyware program or 2 on it. Ad-Aware SE, SpyBot Search $ Destry, and Microsoft's Anti Spyware are a good combo for that....

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thank you
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