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Cisco ASA remote access VPN single login

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hello experts
i am using the Cisco ASA as my VPN gateway for remote client, full time user is using the IPSEC client VPN and SSL VPN for part time user and vendors.
for full time user is using the NPS as the authentication server against AD.
for part time user is using the local account authenticate.
my question is how to make the client dial in VPN via the same credential only once, or in another word once the user login VPN, they could not dial in via the same credential, except the previous session terminated.

thank you
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user xxx (or group-policy yyy)
 vpn-simultaneous-logins 1
(default = 3 ; disable user = 0)
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