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Old 09-30-2010
Question AIX 5.3 : Limitation to 1 telnet session for some users

I search the way to limit, for a group on a AIX 5.3, one telnet session by user (Simultaneous).
I search a lot in /etc/security but the only way found is with the pam authentication that i not use.
No solution found also in smit menu...

Thanks for your help.
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Old 09-30-2010
try this.
chuser maxulogs=1 user

maxulogs Specifies the maximum number of logins per user. If the user has reached the maximum number of allowed logins, login will be denied.

reference: User account control
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Old 09-30-2010
Thanks a lot Franck for your quick reply, it's working fine.
And sorry for not read correctly the manual...

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