I've set up a openfire server and plan to deploy Jitsi as client to all users. In my organization different people may use the same computer at different times, so I'll need for jitsi to prompt for username and password everytime it starts.
I've set up provisioning with jitsiprovs and this way Jitsi does ask for user and password everytime it starts -but- there's the "remember password" checkbox that I am certain some users will check even if I tell them not to.So, with my current setup: user A will open Jitsi, he will input usr and pwd when prompted but will also check "remember password". Later, user B runs Jitsi on the same computer, no usr and pwd prompt and, unknowingly, logs into Jitsi with User A's credentials.
Is there any way I can solve this?
PS: The search in mailing list function seems to be not working.
You can try to develop a script / batch to run Jitsi and on close, delete the data content in %appdata%\Jitsi ? Not sure about it...
why you do not set up different user accounts for different users? IMHO
it is good practice to not let users shjare the same OS account. You
will have other separation problems also, not only in Jitsi. For
example, browser history, cookies etc. will allow people to accidently
stay logged in on some websites, and another user can then accidently
use this identity.
Jitsi should not deal with user separation, this should be handled by
Am 12.02.2015 um 22:03 schrieb Federico M:
Jitsi does ask for user and password everytime it starts -but- there's
the "remember password" checkbox that I am certain some users will
check even if I tell them not to.