LimitLogin experices?

Somebody implemente limit concurrent connections for users throuh LimitLogin tool?
Any procedure would be appreciate it, or any detailed information about the deployment or issues, risks etc...
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Peter HartCommented:
well I'm not sure what you areasking, but you reaad all about it and downalod it from:
it does use your Active Directory database
it also needs SP 4 for w2k
llaravaAuthor Commented:
What I am asking if is somebody implemented that and what was the experience. i am not comfortable deploying a tool that is unsupported for Microsoft, that needs to modify the directory schema.
what i have heard from my colleagues is that it works good but in any case if you want to uninstall it then its not easy to get rid of it...

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i've sucessfully managed to implemented LimitLogin and its working great. However, as with every free tool there are some limitations. If you are willing to spare some additional cash go for the 3rd party solution such as UserLock 

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