On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 10:18 AM, Robert Cummings <rob...@interjinn.com>wrote:

> Ashley Sheridan wrote:
>> I see exactly the issue you have now, and there's no way round it. You
>> can't identify a single machine in the way you want.
>> Maybe you could restrict access to test answer materials to a user who
>> is logged in, and then lock them out when a test is in progress for
>> their username. That way, you don't have to identify a machine at all
>> (what's to stop someone from opening up a laptop next to their main
>> computer to circumvent your 'security' anyway?) and the only way they
>> can access both course materials and the test is with two sets of login
>> credentials.
> Just to follow-up... even if one could identify the machine, someone out
> there would open up a virtual machine :)

or add a second nic .., or a virtual nic, which doesnt even require
additional hardware ;)


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