Is there a way to disable "remember me" for a domain, or for specific users ? Or to specify the "time out" for automatic log out ?
Question asked by Curtis Kropar www.HawaiianHope.org - 2/23/2024 at 10:03 PM
We have a client that is a medical facility. There are several staff and counselors that share the same computers.  Their director has asked me if there is a way to disable the "remember me" option on a specific computer, specific accounts, or the entire domain.  
I already had the discussion about disabling each browsers ability to remember passwords. But she would like to ensure that each time a user sits down at the computer, there is no way it brings up another users account.

With that said, is there a way to specify the "time out" duration for an account, or a whole domain ?  If no activity on the account in 8 minutes (10 , 12) , log out and clear the screen ?

www.HawaiianHope.org - Providing technology services to non profit organizations, low income families, homeless shelters, clean and sober houses and prisoner reentry programs. Since 2015, We have refurbished over 11,000 Computers !

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Ron Raley Replied
Enforce Incognito Mode on the web browsers.
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J. LaDow Replied
I moved my replies over to that thread as it's a feature request and they're more relevant there.

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