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Access Timer - 1.Apr.2008 11:34:07 AM   
doyek

 

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It is posible that i can create access rule to allow the users to access anywebsites only in one hr. But this users have already an access rule that access to a certain websites. It this posible...how to do this? Any links or tutorial to do this. Thanks in advance.

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RE: Access Timer - 1.Apr.2008 12:25:56 PM   
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How do you define one hour with a stateless protocol like HTTP?

Question:   If I open a simple HTML website with a browser and walk away from it,...then come back two weeks later and close the browser window,...how long was I on the site?

Answer:  About 3 seconds.  That's about how long the page took to load into the browser window.  The rest of the time while it is just sitting there doing nothing there is no connection.

Any application that "claims" to report the time spent on a website is, in truth, only making a "best guess" based on the log-time between the first log entry of a connection to the site and the last log entry of a connection to the site plus about 20 minutes added to that to cover the default HTTP Session timeout after the last log entry at which point the Session Cookie on the server "dies".

Can anything remotely similar to what you are asking be done with Access Rules?  No, to my knowlege there is nothing.

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