Adding Login Locations

by | Oct 19, 2012 | JobTracker Tips

There are lots of ways to control the security in Moraware JobTracker. You can create roles for users, set the password length, change how long before you get logged out, and more.

Another security feature is that you can limit where users can log in from, using Login Locations. For example, you might want an employee to log in from the office, but not from home.

Here’s a 2-minute video that shows how to set up and use Login Locations:

Setting login locations isn’t appropriate for everyone, especially if your shop is small and you generally trust your employees. Also, you shouldn’t limit Login Locations if your IP address changes over time – which is probably how your internet provider works unless you specifically request a static IP.

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