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Windows 2008 RRAS VPN Prevent Concurrent Users From Using the Same Account

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Is there a way of preventing an account being connected to RRAS more than once simultaneously?  By default, RRAS doesn't care that the same account is logged in twice concurrently.  I've looked through NPS Connection Request Policy but didn't find anything useful.

Thanks in advance.
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This has been an ongoing concern from NT to 2008, but so far there is no way to restrict this.
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Not the answer I'm looking for but it's probably the only one I'll get.  Thanks.
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Thanks FNT. Yes it is frustrating but there have been lots of posts over the past couple of years trying configure ways to stop this but I have yet to see even a 'hack' that succeeds.
Cheers!
--Rob
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