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JDE Power User Lockdown by client machine

JDE Power User Lockdown by client machine

JDE Power User Lockdown by client machine

Is there a way to Limit or lock down what client machines that can login with the JDE user ID?

We are on Xe B7333 and have limited the user in Active directory, but if a user logs in as himself, then any user can login into JDE with the JDE User ID then has full access. I have some power users that are getting a little to nosy in other apps and want to lock them out without having to go and change the JDE User password...too many scheduler jobs to change.

Thanks for any help.

Lead, Follow of get the %&*#%$ out of the way !!

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