I'm doing this by putting the Simultaneous-Use option in my database as a
check item.  That way, each user gets their own sim-use setting.  My
software is setup to give them 1 by default, but a change to the db can
give them whatever I need.  That way, I don't have any Simultaneous-Use
option for the DEFAULT user - it comes completely out of the db (which I
use for Authing and I use AuthSelect statement that pulls the Sim-Use
number out along with the Encrypted Password.)  Since my DEFAULT user 
doesn't have the check item, there is no "most restrictive" setting to
match.

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ComNet Inc.
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On Mar 22, Stephen Roderick molded the electrons to say....

>On Mon, 22 Mar 1999, True Communications Corp. wrote:
>
>> defined to 1 as the default for all users in the users file. I was under the
>> impression
>> that you can override the default for any of the users by using the
>> Simultaneous-Use
>> attribute in the users file. Which is exactly what I did.
>
>Wouldn't that be nice. Unfortunately it doesn't work that way. It uses the
>MOST restrictive setting.
>
>I would really love to have a "DefaultSessionMax" or something. That meant
>without a specific Sim-Use setting use the default. Then the sim-use
>setting would OVERRIDE the default.
>
>Much better. :-)
>
>Steve
>
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