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I had an experience this morning where I was working on some extensions in a specific domain, and another tech logged in remotely to work on a different domain. After getting some customer complaints, I found that the accounts I was working on ended up in the domain that the other tech had logged into. Is there a way to force the second person to log in as read only, or at least be aware that someone is already in making programming changes? I am currently running 3.1.2.3120 win32

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I also found another glitch with 3.1.2.3120 is that when you are signed on as the system administrator, and are adding to a domain address book that it throws you into a user level login, and you cannot do anything else, unless you click on admin, and then enter back into the domain

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I have found that this issue runs deeper than I had expected. Today when I was doing a training session for one of our new hosting customers, I had them all in front of 3 different computers, and I had them all log into their individual web portals at the same time with different (extensions) usernames and passwords, however when the login screen processed, they were all logged in as the same person. I am still running 3.1.2.3120

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I also found another glitch with 3.1.2.3120 is that when you are signed on as the system administrator, and are adding to a domain address book that it throws you into a user level login, and you cannot do anything else, unless you click on admin, and then enter back into the domain

 

Found the problem related to the switching of admin level access to user level access after the domain address book entry is created. Next release will have the fix.

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