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Cisco ASA IDFW - One IP per user

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Hello!

I've sucessfully set up my Cisco ASA 5520 with User Identity.
I use an Active Directory Agent installed on my domaincontroller, but I have one issue that I cannot solve; I need to limit the possibility of an users getting more than one IP-address. Like it is today a user can get up to 8 IP-adresses.
"IP address limits—A user can be associated with at most 8 IP
addresses across all domains-"
(From Cisco's documentation).

Is this even possible?

Please help!


Best regards!
- HFK
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It's a feature to allow a user to be using more than one device at a time.  Administrators, in particular, need this feature.
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Thanks for the reply, but in this case I need to limit the usage of devices to only one device per user. Is there any way to accomplish this?

Best regards,
- HFK
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